- Audio CD (September 3, 1999)
- Original Release Date: October 19, 1999
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Live
- Label: Webster Hall Records
- ASIN: B00001T3J1
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #261,068 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Webster Hall's New York Dance CD Vol. 3 Live
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Top Customer Reviews
Serving all thing to all people, DJ Smokey Fontaine mixes in SM Tracks, GOT THE GROOVE dropping seriously hypnotic horns. Why else buy this CD? For the SpeedGarage song that started it all, Armand Van Helden's rendition of SUGAR IS SWEETER by CJ Bolland. Listen for the ambient breakdown with those sweet female vocals
"Sugar daddy, set me free . . . Sugar daddy, come for me . . . Sugar daddy, set me free . . . Sugar daddy, come for me"
And then that awsome BASSLINE!
So, if you like your Johnny Vicious, your house progressive and love choons like the summer anthem MEET HER AT THE LOVEPARADE, run, don't walk to your record shop for your copy of Webster Hall NY Dance CD Volume 3.
Webster Hall's NY Dance vol. 2 came out, was a little better
Webster Hall's NY Dance vol. 3 came out, OOOOHHHHH MMMYYY GOODDD!!!!!
It blew the world away!!! The world had never been introduced to music and mixing like this ever before! Every single track is pumpin! With a cool intro, and the sickest mixing ever heard. DJ Smokey mixes in his own unique way that no other can dupliate. And where else is a better place to display your best mixin skills than the worlds best nite club....
Good job Smokey!
Also check out Webster Hall's NY Dance vol. 4 by resident DJ Ricky Corbo, that cd is also MADD sick!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
But then again, the DJs out here in California are different. If I went to a club and paid $$ to listen to junk like this, I'd leave, go to the local Burger King, take a cab home,... Read morePublished on December 7, 2008 by Kevin
Oh my God - I primarily bought this CD because it had one of my favorites on it - "Ecstacy" by Johnny Vicious. When I listened to the whole thing it was unbelievable. Read morePublished on December 21, 2001