The Brand New Heavies / Fatlip - Saturday Night (Jay Dee Remix) / Worst Case Scenario mp3 album
Title: Saturday Night (Jay Dee Remix) / Worst Case Scenario
Date of release: 2000
Size MP3: 1928 mb
Size FLAC: 1861 mb
Format: TTA MIDI DTS MMF AU AAC WMA
The Brand New Heavies. Saturday Night (Remix Instrumental). Remix – Jay Dee. F1. –The Pharcyde. F3. –N'Dea Davenport. Bullsh ttin' (Remix Instrumental).
The Brand New Heavies is the debut album by British acid jazz and funk group The Brand New Heavies. After signing with Acid Jazz, the band released "People Get Ready" as a vinyl single backed with "Gimme One Of Those". Their next release, in 1990, was the single "Dream Come True" featuring Jay Williamson, then known as Jay Ella Ruth, on vocals. The same year, the band released their self-titled debut on Acid Jazz Records in a largely instrumental version
Discover all The Brand New Heavies's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. is a remix of. Sometimes by The Brand New Heavies (1997). was sampled in. Tennessee by Arrested Development (1992). When You Gonna Learn (Original Demo) by Jamiroquai (1992). Special Request by Manix (1991). see 2 more connections. Saturday Nite (1999) by The Brand New Heavies feat. Got to Give It Up by Marvin Gaye (1977). was remixed in. Saturday Nite (Jay Dee Remix) by Jay Dee (2000). Saturday Nite (Blacksmith Mix) by Blacksmith (1999).
Jay Ella Ruth also left the group at this time, with N’dea Davenport brought in instead. Brand New Heavies found hits in the UK with Dream Come True and Stay This Way, but it was with Never Stop that the Heavies broke the US market, becoming the first group to break into the American R&B Chart since Soul II Soul’s success.
The equally impressive Brand New Heavies, however, used technology sparingly, stressed the use of real instruments, and were unapologetically retro and '70s-sounding through and through. Drawing on such influences as the Average White Band and Tower of Power, the Heavies triumph by sticking with the classic R&B approach they clearly love the most.
Album Jay Deelicious: The Delicious Vinyl Years 95-98. She Said (Jay Dee Remix) Lyrics. I guess everybody needs somebody to love You can't leave love lonely Cause being naive to it you can just lose it like that See kisses for bruises don't make it heal back It be's the sex appeal that's from the next and not necessarily the sex and One might appeal to the intellect having. I was high like the vocal tone of my nigga Bootie Brown Decided to take a ride to see what's really going down Up on the North side of town Of course I bought a quarter pound Of bomb hemp, feeling alright like Johnny Kemp On a Friday night Looking right cause my shit is tight Blazing blunts to.
|–The Brand New Heavies||Saturday Night (Jay Dee Remix) (12")||5:00|
|–The Brand New Heavies||Saturday Night (Jay Dee Remix) (MixShow Version)||3:43|
|–The Brand New Heavies||Saturday Night (Jay Dee Remix) (Instrumental)||4:59|
|–Fatlip*||Worst Case Scenario (Dirty Version)||4:02|
|–Fatlip*||Worst Case Scenario (Clean Version)||4:02|
|–Fatlip*||Worst Case Scenario (Instrumental)||4:02|
|DV PRO 9003-1||The Brand New Heavies / Fatlip*||The Brand New Heavies / Fatlip* - Saturday Night (Jay Dee Remix) / Worst Case Scenario (12", Promo)||Delicious Vinyl||DV PRO 9003-1||US||2000|
|none||Brand New Heavies* Featuring Mos Def / Fatlip*||Brand New Heavies* Featuring Mos Def / Fatlip* - Saturday Night / Worst Case Scenario (12", TP)||Rainbo Records||none||US||Unknown|