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Marshall Jefferson - Move Your Body · The Evolution Of Chicago House Mp3


Performer: Marshall Jefferson
Genre: Electronic / Funk, Soul
Title: Move Your Body · The Evolution Of Chicago House
Country: UK
Released: 27 Oct 2003
Style: Deep House, Disco, House, Soul
Label: Unisex
Catalog Number: USEXCD 004
FLAC version ZIP size: 2350 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1099 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2878 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 819

Tracklist

1Isaac HayesI Can't Turn Around3:09
2NightwritersLet The Music Use You6:07
3Ce Ce RogersSomeday6:27
4Quest Mind Games6:12
5William SI'll Never Let You Go2:53
6Jungle WonzTime Marches On3:09
7Serious IntentionYou Don't Know4:09
8First ChoiceLet No Man Put Asunder7:12
9Inner Life Feat. Jocelyn BrownAin't No Mountain High Enough
Vocals – Jocelyn Brown
4:41
10Frankie Knuckles Feat. Jamie PrincipleYour Love
Vocals – Jamie Principle
6:20
11Joe SmoothPromised Land5:26
12Marshall JeffersonMove Your Body5:26
13Chip ELike This4:34
14PhutureAcid Tracks1:42
15Farley "Jackmaster" Funk & Jesse SaundersLove Can't Turn Around
Vocals – Darryl Pandy
5:42
16PocketsCome Go With Me5:43
17Ten CityDevotion6:53
18Cheryl LynnYou Saved My Day4:12
19Fingers IncMystery Of Love6:24
20E.S.G.Moody2:45
21Mr FingersCan You Feel It
Vocals [Uncredited] – Chuck Roberts
5:08
22Peech BoysDon't Make Me Wait4:18
23AdonisNo Way Back4:22
24Ralphi Rosario Feat. Xavier GoldYou Used To Hold Me
Vocals – Xavier Gold
4:47
25Hercules7 Ways To Jack6:12
26Inner Life Feat. Jocelyn BrownI'm Caught Up (In A One Night Love Affair)
Vocals – Jocelyn Brown
7:12
27Sleezy DI've Lost Control4:08
28PhortuneString Free4:48
29LoggYou've Got That Something7:12

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
USEXLP004Marshall Jefferson Move Your Body · The Evolution Of Chicago House ‎(2xLP, Comp)UnisexUSEXLP004UK2003

Credits

  • DJ MixMarshall Jefferson

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 5 014797 133280
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5014797133280

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Album

Roughly 20 years later, after a slew of groundbreaking productions that helped form the sound of house music as you should know it, that same person has come up with a glowing summary of an illustrious community that made sure that no demolition or amount of mainstream whitewashing would kill disco. In Chicago, along with a few other cities in the States and abroad, disco continued to thrive and evolve in the underground, where it all took root. move your body - Marshall Jefferson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Chicago your evolution of chicago house. 1 go with me 2 ve got that something free to Marshall Jefferson Move Your Body The Evolution Of Chicago House Come Go with Me, You've Got That Something and more. 29 tracks 158:43. Get album. Marshall Jefferson born September 19, 1959 is widely regarded as one of the leading innovators of the genre of music now known as house music, in particular the subgenre of Chicago house. read more. Born in Chicago, Illinois he was originally a read more. Marshall Jefferson is by reputation an okay DJ but nobody will question his prowess in the studio. He is behind dozens of quality Chicago house releases, too many to list here and his influence on house music in general is immeasurable. This mix however is testament to my belief that when it comes to DJing, first and foremost comes the records, then the programming, then the technical stuff. This Album is an Opportunity to Turn a Whole New Generation Onto the Beauty and History of the Original House Music Scene in Chicago from the Mid to Late 1980's, Creating a Balance Between Knowledge, Creativity, Mixing Skills and History in Order to Captivate Today's Audience. This Album Introduces to a New Audience Together with the Original and Enthusiastic Fan Base the Rich History and Impact of the Chicago House Scene as it Actually Happened. Compiled and Mixed by the True Godfather of House, Marshall Jefferson. Promised Land. Mind Games. Move Your Body. String Free. My Salsoul: The Foundations of House. Contributions By. royalflush, blarch. New Album Releases. 80s Chicago House Anthems. House Every Weekend 1. Made In Chicago - 35 Years of House Music. Move Your Body 1986 To Present. Marshall Jefferson & Curtis Mcclain. Greatest - Frankie Knuckles. Frankie Knuckles. In the Beginning feat. Life Evolution. Harley & Muscle. Miami 2013 The Closing Selection. Nasty Rips and Shifting Peaks, Vol. Trax Records: The 25th Anniversary Album. House Music All Night Long - Volume 2. Look At You Records. Treppenhouse Vol. Move Your Body The House Music Anthem. Marshall Jefferson - Move Your Body The House Music Anthem. On this page you can download song Marshall Jefferson - Move Your Body The House Music Anthem in mp3 and listen online. House Disco Acid House. Marshall Jefferson
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A special mix, released the year before my own personal antipodean summer of love. 10,000 miles from home I discovered the joy of dancing, taking yokes, smoking too many cigarettes and talking in depth with someone I had just met on a balcony while below us Jeff Mills lashed out balls to the wall techno.

I bought this at a HMV in downtown Sydney and put it on my trusty Sony Discman as soon as I left the shop. The intro still gives me chills and when Pockets - Come Go With Me kicked in my mind was truly blown. When it transitioned into Logg - You've Got That Something my mind was the galaxy brain meme. Spread over two CD's there are many moments like this; the breakdown of You Saved My Day segueing into the opening arpeggios of Your Love, wrapping my head around Liz Torres' vocals on Quest - Mind Games, opening CD2 with Moody and having the penultimate track be Chip E's Like This and closing everything off with Ain't No Mountain High Enough. Jefferson's balance of boogie, disco and house is absurdly well placed.

This is clearly a produced DJ mix featuring dubby effects and loops as well as snippets of vocals and beats sprinkled between transitions and would likely sound a lot different as a live mix. Not better or worse, just different. There is also a lot of hype man proselytising regarding the 'TRUE GODFATHER' of house music, Mr. Jefferson. This could get tiresome but I think it's a little bit (though not entirely) tongue in cheek.

I still haven't heard another mix quite like this. Marshall Jefferson is by reputation an okay DJ but nobody will question his prowess in the studio. He is behind dozens of quality Chicago house releases, too many to list here and his influence on house music in general is immeasurable. This mix however is testament to my belief that when it comes to DJing, first and foremost comes the records, then the programming, then the technical stuff. As a package it comes with a lengthy bio and interview with Marshall and the invaluable tip for any prospective interviewers out there: if you want Marshall to talk, the one thing you need to do is buy him a nice big steak!