8 thoughts on “ Time Moves On (Dubby Version) - Crue-L Grand Orchestra - The Remixes (Vinyl)

  1. Jan 10,  · Señor Coconut And His Orchestra - Beat It Lambeth Community Youth Steel Orchestra, The - The Sound Of Silence London Symphony Orchestra, The / Royal Choral Society, The - Two Tribes / Relax
  2. Side one features the full 8 minute version of the tune from – building beautifully up over time, with great beats layered underneath the sweet keyboards of Jose Roberto Bertrami! The "space jazz mix" is a bit sharper and more contemporary – a nice crackle, but still plenty of soul. inch, Vinyl record.
  3. Crue-L Grand Orchestra - The Remixes download mp3 album. Crue-L_Grand_Orchestra House Deep_House Disco Japan. Performer: Crue-L Grand Orchestra. Album: The Remixes. Style: House, Deep House, Disco.
  4. Dub music is characterized by a "version" or "double" of an existing song, often instrumental, using B-sides of 45 RPM records and typically emphasizing the drums and bass for a sound popular in local sound systems.A "version" is a record with the vocals removed, the alternative cut of a song made for the DJ to "toast" over (a form of Jamaican rapping).
  5. two CD set. The Southport 41 Weekender has been hailed as one of the finest in its 20+ year history with enthusiasts from all over Europe turning up for what is without doubt one of Dance music's most important and popular landmark events/5(3).
  6. Remix – Hiroshi Okamoto: F2: Time Moves On (D.M.R. Takimiix) Remix – Hiroshi Okamoto, Kenji Takimi: G1: Got To Be Real (Northern Birth Takimiix) Remix – Kenji Takimi: G2: Candymountain In The Rainywoods (Steelguitarpella) Remix – Hiroshi Fujiwara: H1: Time Moves On (Light No Drums) Remix – DJ Harvey: H2: Time Moves On (Dubby Version 5/5(5).
  7. Wishing you all a Happy Holidays filled with love, beauty, family and peace. Here is the latest mix from the monthly series by Dj inresticensupameharmmedrocksettna.coinfo "December Mix" is a tour de force of uncharted territory with as wide a spectrum of songs that borderline on the left field side of dance, world and house music. Lately I have been exploring some mid '70s and mid to late '80s Chicago house as the.
  8. The track is presented in two versions, a traditional, dubby roots reggae take and a house remix on the flip side (that manages to retain its reggae flavor through the bass line and brass). With its cranked up BPM and additional percussive touches, the house version--unsurprisingly--has more life to it and is actually the better of the two.

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