Rhythm&Soul - 1998 mp3 album
Date of release: 2014
Size MP3: 1689 mb
Size FLAC: 1110 mb
Format: MP4 ASF AA WAV MPC FLAC DXD
The 1998 Soul Train Music Awards were held on February 27, 1998, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Puff Daddy was the top nominee with five nominations, other top nominees included Janet Jackson, Aaliyah and Maxwell. The show was hosted by Patti Labelle, Erykah Badu and Heavy D. Puff Daddy. Winners are in bold text. Erykah Badu – Baduizm. Puff Daddy & the Family – No Way Out.
Djebali, Rhythm&Soul. 3. 1998 (Djebali Dub Remix). 123 bpm, 8A, A minor, 2014-11-10, Deep House, 13 4. Djebali, Rhythm&Soul. 4. 1998 (John Dimas Remix). 125 bpm, 8A, A minor, 2014-11-10, Deep House, 12 4. John Dimas, Rhythm&Soul.
Rhythm&Soul – 1998. Tracklist 1. 1998 (Original Mix)7:00 2. 1998 (Djebali Remix)7:22 3. 1998 (Djebali Dub Remix)6:14 4. 1998 (John Dimas Remix)6:46. Parisian producer Rhythm&Soul has been bubbling away on the deep house underground for some time, having released his first 12″ back in 2011. Here, he pops up on occasional collaborator Jef K’s long running Silver Network imprint.
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TRACKLIST: Rhythm & Soul N°1 01 - James Brown - Get Up ( I Feel Like Being A ) Sex Machine. 00:05:16) 02 - Chic - Le Freak. 00:03:30) 03 - KooL & The Gang - Celebration.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 97/159 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Rhythm of the Soul. BPM Profile Rhythm of the Soul. Album starts at 101BPM, ends at 106BPM (+5), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Dave Weckl Band.
The result: the Dave Weckl Band's hard-to-categorize adventure, Rhythm of the Soul. Here, he celebrates his liberation from Corea's Elektric fold with a vengeance. The ensemble ventures into a variety of decades: the 70s, with Steve Tavaglione blowing percussive sax over Buzz Feiten's wah-wah over Jay Oliver's Fender Rhodes Crusaders feel; to the 60s, where, on "101 Shuffle," Weckl and Tom Kennedy lay a throbbing foundation based on Booker T's "Green Onions" for the playful interaction of saxman Bob Malach and.
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|A2||1998 (John Dimas Remix)
Remix – John Dimas
|B1||1998 (Djebali Remix)
Remix – Djebali
|B2||1998 (Djebali Dub Remix)
Remix – Djebali