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Philly Re-Grooved-the Tom Moulton Philly Groove [Import]

Philly Re-Grooved-the Tom Moulton Philly Groove Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (September 7, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B003VW3CM2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,460 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. We re On The Right Track by Ultra High Frequency (featuring Ben Aiken) 6:36
2. Armed And Extremely Dangerous by First Choice 6:34
3. I Told You So by The Delfonics 5:44
4. This Is The House (Where Love Died) by First Choice 6:41
5. Big Stone Wall (Around Your Heart) by Tapestry 4:17
6. Let Us Entertain You by The Philly Groove Orchestra (featuring First Choice) 7:00
7. Second Best (Is Never Enough) by Finishing Touch 5:15
8. Gotta Get Away by First Choice 7:44
9. Ruby Lee by Nat Turner (featuring Major Harris) 4:43
10. Gonna Keep On Lovin Him by First Choice 4:34
11. Don t Put Me Down by Finishing Touch 9:09
12. Whatcha Gonna Do by Heaven n Hell 9:49

Editorial Reviews

2010 collection of Philly remixes from the legendary Tom Moulton, originator of the remix, the breakdown section, and the 12-inch single vinyl format. Includes the hard-to-find 'We're On The Right Track' by Ultra High Frequency and the wonderful 'Don't Put Me Down' by Finishing Touch and the utterly sensational 'Whatcha Gonna Do Heaven n' Hell' which will be one of the soundtracks to Summer 2010! Harmless.

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Philly Re-Grooved--->AMAZING!! September 7, 2010
Format:Audio CD
WOW,
That's what I have to say after listening
to this for the very first time today!!! I was blessed to get this in my
mailbox today and I was flabbergasted as to what I heard!!

I'm here to give you a full report!!
This is not for your everyday 1979 Donna/KC/BeeGees Disco Fan.

This is for the Philly Sound Fans--(like me)
and it does not disappoint one bit!!

Twelve tracks all newly remixed by Tom Moulton.
And I say he is at the top of his game here!!
The Good Parts first;

Let's go thru them 1 by one:

1 - "We're On The Right Track" - Ultra High Frequency - 6:36
from the first 10 seconds I knew I was gonna love this--As many times as I played the original single, I knew the differences right away.
The bongos are right up front and clear this time around; and it starts with the Instrumental verse for the first 2:40--the rest is just like
the original but with a W I D E dynamic quality that was absent with the
original---the train at the break is lowered (thank goodness),
and it goes to a long instrumental fade out
for the last 41 seconds--DYNOMITE!!
It is credited to Ultra High Frequency featuring Ben Aiken.
(now we know who was the lead singer)

2 - "Armed And Extremely Dangerous" - First Choice - 6:34
I expected the least surprises from this one but I was wrong.
The intro bangs into the song right away (no elongated looping), but takes a little different turn going into the instrumental a
bit earlier at 4:13, keeping the momentum up. The strings & horns
are clear as can be during this part and the police siren is gone!!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
I am filled with feelings, I have accelerated my heart listening to Philly ReGroove beautifully remixed by Master Tom Moulton (most RESPECTED veteran mixer of all time, the inventor of the disco mix and THE 12'' Disco Extended).

I can not believe that I am listening to an extended version of "Do not Put Me Down - Finishing Touch" that song is so beautiful, my favorite in the track list. After the excellent review made by John J. Negron "Jay" I've not much to say, but I had to express my feelings and opinions with the release of this album.

This record is cause for great celebration (for me), not only for the excellent sound that has, in addition to a great remastering and I'm speechless to see the full tracklist, originally very short songs, Tom Moulton did a beautiful job, beautiful became extended, to be full of pleasure, this is an album that takes your breath away.

I want to mention in reference to the record label "Harmless" who finally released this impressive work is its 100th release!

Notes about Tom Moulton:
Tom Moulton (born 1940) is an American Record producer and originator of the remix, the breakdown section, and the 12-inch single vinyl format. He has humbly maintained that the last two innovations were pure accidents. Perhaps contrary to expectation, Moulton's early successes in "mixing down" dance records were the result of insistently taking away elements from the original multi-track.

A Tom Moulton Mix is a phrase indicating that a dance record had been mixed by Tom Moulton. Prior to Moulton (and throughout his active years), no major player had prefaced their name with "A" and followed it with "Mix". One will find examples of this usage today, but in Mr.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars RE-GROOVED WITH A TOUCH OF BROTHERLY LOVE December 6, 2010
Format:Audio CD
As cliché as this sound, I love the Philly sound as much as the next man- which could be manifested by the amount of albums and CD's I have in my collection with the Philadelphia International/TSOP label on it. That's not even counting albums by Blue Magic, The Spinners, and the Salsoul label which I also own that's entrenched in the Philly soul sound. It's easy to fall in love with these songs with its sweeping strings, funky grooves, romantically soulful vocals, and thumping bass drums beats that either flirt with disco or becomes out and out dance floor stompers. Tie its impeccable pop sensibility into this; it has the knack for being sophisticated and gritty at the same time. If the sound of Philly soul was a person, it will be a fully dressed individual from around the way (or simply the hood) mingling and injecting his/her soul into mainstream high society- and fitting in perfectly in the process. It's like the perfect interracial romance set to music.

As great as the Philly sound is, it can become repetitive when taken in huge doses. Much like the classic Motown sound of the 60's, the Philly sound can become formulaic with its emphasis on the same production values, instruments, and sound textures. On the other hand, when you're really in the mood for these songs, you will thoroughly enjoy them no matter how monotonous they can get after so many consecutive listens. That double edged sword of quality runs rampant on this latest collection from the legendary Tom Moulton. Throughout these twelve generally excellent remixes from the Philly Groove imprint, the joy and limitations of the Philly sound becomes explicitly apparent.
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