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|2.||"You Just Can't Smile It Away"|
|3.||"Let Me Be The One"|
|5.||"You Control Me"|
|7.||"Hot, Hot (Give It All You Got)"|
|9.||"So Much To Live For"|
|11.||"Keep On Moving"|
|12.||"My Dear" (unreleased instrumental)|
Some six years after releasing a limited-edition collection of reworks from his bulging archives, spiritual house maestro Joaquin "Joe" Clausell serves up a sequel. Broadly speaking, the New York-based producer's fine revisions fall into two camps: faithful and reverential re-edits with minimal additional instrumentation (see his ace edit of Methusalem's "Robotism", a spaced-out tweak of disco-boogie epic "Let Me Be The One" and the spiraling San Fran disco madness of "Hot, Hot (Give It All You Got)"), and house-focused hush-hush re-interpretations (the incessant sax loops, bustling bass, wild organ riffs and jacking beats of "Conversation" and more soulful flex of "You Just Can't Smile It Away"). More importantly, all are superb, club-focused revisions that sound like peak-time anthems in waiting.
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