|1.||Abacus - "My Brazilian Love"|
|2.||Last Session - "Sometimes I Feel Like"|
|1.||Ron Trent - "Morning Fever"|
|2.||Ani - "Love Is The Message"|
US label Prescription Classics serve up the fourth part in the From The Vaults series. Taking timeless beauties from the archives, Ron Trent's label is now re-issuing these deep dance gems. Part 4 kicks off with Abacus's "My Brazilian Love". Raw chords, delicate swinging hi-hats and perfectly executed percussive sections give it pure soul and groove. Last Session's "Sometimes I Feel" is fuelled by a strong kick that's kept in check by a bassline to die for and sultry vocal snippets. Label boss Ron Trent is up on the flip with "Morning Fever"; its epic guitar riff and chord patterns get as deep and funky as they come, garnished with tinny percussion and low slung momentum. Lastly, "Love Is The Message" from Ani is the "For Those Who Didn't Hear It The First Time" version from 1994. Riding off its tribal percussion and sharp drum taps, the sexy vocals ooze with allure over the constantly driving groove. Essential.
Ernie (Minuendo Recordings), Marcello Napoletano, Marcoradi * Hear & Now, Ksoul, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Juno Recommends Deep House, Nicholas, Deymare, Alex Bradley, MuteOscillator, STORM QUEEN/MORGAN GEIST
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