Check out these for dope edits! Some hand crafted dance-floor heat thanks to Sydney;s powerhouse party rocker DJ FRENZIE (groovetherapy, 2ser). Some of the rare gems our boy Frenzie has pulled out to play exclusively at the block party jams over the last year.
Frenzie has been around the block more than a few times. He’s got well over twenty years of experience behind him, a record collection that will make any deejay envious, and a concrete rep as one of Australia’s most trusted party rockers. Taking inspiration from when DJ’s used to play for no less than 6 hours straight and transition between styles: Original Soul & Funk 45’s – check. Deep House, Disco & Boogie – check. Hip Hop, R&B, Breaks & Beats – check. Party anthems and forgotten classics – check. Frenzie has got you covered.
His Groove Therapy radio show (now in it’s eleventh year) has been broadcasting weekly on 2SER FM every Friday lunchtime and has become an essential listen to all musically savvy Sydney-siders, while the podcast of the show has garnered a huge loyal fan base in all corners of the globe.
A veteran touring DJ of the Australian east coast, Frenzie also recently rocked dance floors in San Francisco and New York – and has had support billing alongside a who’s who of DJ royalty. Infact, pioneering deejay Grandmaster Flash requested Frenzie as his official support DJ for his most recent 2013 Sydney tour (four shows in total) – and only months earlier, Frenzie could be seen cutting it up on the turntables on stage with New Yorks Hip Hop legends The Ultramagnetic MC’s.
…and it’s no small wonder – Frenzie definitely has the skills to pay the bills. In 2012 he placed second in the New South Wales heats of the DMC, the most prestigious DJ competition in the world (He’s last foray into battle deejaying was almost twelve years earlier).
But can he rock a party? Frenzie has been dropping memorable sets for years. Whether it be a one hour power mix or an all night marathon set behind the turntables, Frenzie has plenty of experience reading the crowd and always drops an entertaining set – custom built from carefully considered quality jams and a dash of turntable trickery. Not only can Frenzie mix a record, he has definitely earned his stripes as the number one chief party rocker.
VIDEO FOOTAGE & PHOTOGRAPHY TAKENAT SOUL OF SYDNEY BLOCK PARTY – FEB 10 2013
MUSIC – RAHAAN – HIT & RUN EDIT 2009
DJ RAHAAN (CHICAGO) – SUN MARCH 24 (AFTERNOON SET)
SOUL- DISCO – FUNK – EARLY HOUSE VIBES
Our House Sydney & Soul Of Sydney are proud and excited to present renowned Chicago DJ, Rahaan. Having been inspired by Chicago dance pioneers such as Ron Hardy, Farley Jackmaster Funk, and The Hot Mix 5, Rahaan has been playing music spanning everything from DEEP HOUSE, DISCO, BOOGIE & FUNK since the 80’s & is the dopest DISCO DJ around if your ask us.
His fearsome talent behind the decks has led to a fanatical worldwide following while his mixes are highly regarded, weaving rare and choice cuts flawlessly.
Rahaan has released numerous tracks through music labels JiscoMusic, Stilove4music, KAT and was a producer on Peven Everett’s “Sexy One” on Unified Records. His performances have spanned the globe and included famed parties such as the Southport Weekender, Northern Soul and Bring The Heat.
Local support includes Frenzie (Groove Therapy Radio), Gian Arpino (Tan Crackers Soul Club) Phil Toke, Michael Zac, Eadie Ramia and Soul Of Sydney DJ’s
– we are doing this strictly for the LOVE of good music & amazing people, please feel free to spread the word to any of our friends who you think might dig the idea,
ABOUT SPIRIT OF HOUSE?
Spirit Of House is a secret afternoon party collaboration between Soul of Sydney & Our House put on every couple of months to pay homage to the last 30+ years of House music & its Disco-Funk roots in unique & interesting locations. We make a special point pay tribute to the DJ’s, Producers and iconic clubs who have helped create and shape House music over the last three decades. Figures & Clubs such as Frankie Knuckles, Larry Levan, Ron Hardy, Glenn Underground, John Morales, Kerri Chandler, Ron Trent, Joey Negro, Joe Claussell, Danny Krivit, Kenny Dixon Jr, Theo Parrish, Norman Jay, Lil Louis Masters At Work The Warehouse, Zanzibar, The Musik Box and The Paradise Garage.
Our House Sydney & Soul-Of Sydney, bringing you that BODY MUSIC!
CHICAGO HOUSE – NY DISCO – GARAGE – FUNK – BOOGIE – DEEP HOUSE – ACID HOUSE
Really feeling this ‘DISCO RAP’ cut from T Ski, an absolute classic with a bit of help with a remix by by Sydney based remixer DJ OZYBOY who has been doing his thing reworking classic cuts like this since the late 80’s.
Diggin’ this slow burning Love Sensation disco re-working of thanks to Local DJ & Radio Presenter Shan Frezie. Check out more of his dope remixes here at soundcloud & be sure to check out the man’s killer radio spot Groove Therapy which has been pushing a solid dose of killer ‘Black Music’ goodness for over 10 years now.
Weekly podcast available online here
GROOVE THERAPY has been broadcasting since 2002, every Friday lunchtime (12pm) on radio 2SER FM, Sydney Australia.
The show is presented and mixed by Shan Frenzie.
Soul, Funk, Hip Hop, R&B, Disco and party jams! Shan Frenzie grew up on a healthy diet of these sounds. He’s not some newschool DJ wannabe, flexing his beatport MP3’s and pumping his fists in the air. He’s got over 20 years of experience behind him, a record collection that will make any other DJ envious, and a concrete rep as one of Australia’s most trusted party rockers.
Frenzie has been around the block more than a few times, and seen a bunch of styles come and go over the years – many of them originally championed in the club by him. Taking inspiration from when DJ’s used to play for no less than 6 hours straight and transition between styles: Original Soul & Funk 45’s – Check. Deep House, Disco & Boogie – check. Hip Hop, R&B, Breaks & Beats – Check. Party joints and forgotten classics – Check!
Frenzie by nature? The name came from that mid eighties era when Australia adopted Hip Hop culture. Back when writing your names on trains, cutting it up on the turntables at neighbourhood jams, and laying down your latest production on a 4 track cassette recorder was the thing. He was catching wreck on the turntables long before earning your rep on facebook was the norm.
Since those days he has grown out of his namesake somewhat and done a number of significant things: Managed regular residencies at a number of Sydney’s most successful night clubs, Hosted 5 different radio shows up and down the east coast, written articles for many leading street press publications, and toured around Australia with some of the biggest events in the festival circuit. It’s never been just about playing other peoples music – Frenzie has the qualifications to teach many a young buck DJ a thing or two about being a genuine lover of the music.
But can he rock a party? Frenzie has been dropping memorable sets for years. Whether it be a one hour power mix or an all night marathon set behind the tuntables, Frenzie has plenty of experience reading the crowd and always drops an entertaining set – custom built from carefully considered quality jams and a dash of turntable trickery (Yeah, the man can most definitely mix a record!).
Shan Frenzie also hosts one of Sydney’s most beloved radio shows “Groove Therapy” – An hour and half long weekly mixtape of uninterrupted music gems from the “funkier” side of dance music history. It’s been broadcasting live on radio 2SER FM since 2002, and podcasting around the world for just as long – and as all his regular listeners know, stands testament to Shan Frenzie’s dedication to purveying great music to party down to.
Soul Of Sydney and Our House Sydney are blessed to present one of the legends (not used lightly) of New York Disco and an early pioneer of dance music production, remixing and DJ’ing – John Morales.
John has been involved in the creation of hit DISCO records for the better part of 30 years with over 500 songs on his own, and as part of John Morales & Sergio Munzibai (M & M Productions). Known in the industry as an innovator and chance taker, John has always welcomed the challenge of working with new artists and can lay claim to being one of the originators of the extended mix, remix and re-edit concept.
Having worked, remixed or edited everyone from Marvin Gaye, Inner Life, Jocelyn Brown, Fantastic Aleems, Teddy Pendergrass, Harold Melvin, Evelyn Thomas, Fantastic Aleems, Brass Construction, War, Candi Staton, Loletta Holloway, First Choice, Salsoul Orchestra & Double Exposure just to name a few, expect John to give a FUNK & DISCO lesson covering 30+ years of the sound that shaped music as we know it today.
Local supports include Gian Arpino, Phil Toke, Alex Dimitriades, Phil Hudson & Soul of Sydney DJ’s
In 1975 while working as a DJ in local Bronx club, John Morales realised that he wanted to lengthen the duration of some of his records. Back then the duration of most records was 3 to 4 minutes, so by using his TEAC 71/2 and a box of razor blades, John started splicing tape for endless hours and became one the first DJ’s to create the ‘extended mix’ (or ‘remix’ in it’s original form). In doing so, he realised that he could achieve a similar outcome by cutting, slicing and taping parts from different recordings. This formed the basis for his acclaimed (deadly) medleys. John says “I can still see the 100′s of edits zoom by every-time I play the tape”. John Morales started to release some of his reel to reel edits, medleys and remixes to Acetate via the Sunshine Sound (a NYC studio where DJ’s could bring their reel to reel tapes and have acetate copies cut one at a time), so that he could play these tracks at clubs. Greg Carmichael gave him his first mixing job after hearing some of his Sunshine Acetate mixes and these first two official mixes made him famous: ‘Dance and Shake Your Tambourine’ by ‘The Universal Robot Band’ and the classic ‘I’m Caught Up” by Inner Life. However some of his early mixes and edits, even those officially released, were and remain uncredited and so might not appear in his discography! John has worked for numerous acts and has been involved in the creation of over 500 songs – both on his own and as part of John Morales & Sergio Munzibai (M & M Productions). John Morales can lay claim to being one of the most important figures in the creation of the extended mix, remix and re-edit concept.
Growing up in Greenwich Village, New York City, in the 1960s, Danny was surrounded by music. His mother was an accomplished jazz singer and his father was the manager of legendary jazz trumpeter Chet Baker before going on to open up “The Ninth Circle”, a Village hot spot, where Danny worked as a boy. It was here that Danny met some of the most influential people in the music scene; Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Charlie Mingus, John Lennon & Yoko Ono, amongst others. His home was also a hotbed of musical inspiration, with The Mothers of Invention living down the hall, and Sid Bernstein (Manager of The Rascals) living upstairs, the rascals would regularly pop down to the Krivit household to practice their future hits on the piano. At school, a close friend and classmate was the son of Creed Taylor, the production genius behind many artists who recorded on the VERVE, C.T.I. & KUDA labels, and another close friend, legendary Nile Rogers, help Danny pick out his first guitar.
By 1970, Danny was already a vinyl junkie & an amateur DJ, But DJ’ing as a profession wasn’t fully realized until 1971, after another neighbor/friend of Danny’s (Vice
President of Polydor Records) introduced Danny to one of his artists – none other than the legendary James Brown, who gave Danny white-label advance promo copies of his “Get on the Good foot” and “Think” by Lynn Collins. Around the same time, Danny started Djing & programming music for “The Ninth Circle” which by now had been transformed into a disco. Danny’s father opened his second club called “Ones” In 1975; Danny was their sole DJ through 1977. Danny’s sets were a big success and from this he started promoting and Djing at his own after-hours club down the street. At this stage, Danny was becoming part of the underground scene, club-hopped a lot, meeting some of the greatest DJ names of the time. These included Nicky Siano (of the Gallery), Walter Gibbons (of Galaxy 21), Tee Scott (of Better Days), David Rodriguez (of The Limelight), Richie Kaczar (Club Hollywood), and Bobby DJ (of Le Jardin) amongst others. Although all outstanding names, one DJ and club stood out amongst the rest: DJ David Mancuso and The Loft.
The Loft (A musical center and Mecca for DJs) was a unique place and home of the original DJ “Record Pool”. This is where Danny began his long time friendships with DJs Larry Levan and Francois Kevorkian (Francois K). In 1977 when Danny started Djing at “Trude Hellers”, he also had become an avid roller skater, and with his girlfriend at the time (Daphne Rubin Vega) would regularly skate over to the Paradise Garage, where Larry would let them skate around the club while he would check out some of the new records that week on the sound system. The Garage remained Danny’s main stomping ground until it closed in 1987.
Danny’s list of DJ residencies steadily grew throughout the 70s and in 1979, after Djing at the opening of the Roxy; he became their main resident DJ for the next 4 years. In the early 80s the Roxy was the home of some of the best Hip hop DJs of the day like “D.S.T”, Grand master Flash, and Africa Bambaata. Since Danny was one of the few white boys who could scratch mix, he earned the nickname Danny Rock. Throughout the 80s & very often playing 6 & 7 nights a week, the list of clubs he played at exploded & included places like, Area, Dancateria, The Ice Palace, Laces, The Limelite, Red Zone, Save The Robots, Studio 54(Virgin Islands), Tracks, The Tunnel, The World, and many, many others. Even a guest spot at the legendary Paradise Garage.
Since the late 70s trade magazines such as Billboard (which he still reports to weekly), Cash Box, Record World, & Dance Music Report amongst others, have listed Danny’s play lists and Danny’s mix tapes have been getting airplay on radio station WBLS, WKTU, & KISS FM.
The 80s’ saw the beginning of Danny’s studio work. He worked on tracks featuring legends such as, James Brown – “Soul Power”, “Give it up and Turn it loose”, “Funky Drummer” (reputed to be the most sampled song in history!), Ecstasy, Passion & Pain – “Touch and Go”, Brenda and the Tabulations – “Let’s Go All the Way”, Gloria Gaynor – “Casanova Brown”, and what is probably THE most quintessential version of MFSB’s classic – “Love Is The Message”.
Moving into the 90s, Danny commanded legendary status amongst young and old as well as continuing to forge new paths in dance music into the millennium. He inherited the Ninth Circle from his father and continued to DJ at NY clubs such as Mars, Tracks, The Choice, Palladium, Shelter, Sound Factory Bar, Twilo, The Warehouse, & The Loft.
At it’s inception in 1996, Danny joined Francois K and Joe Claussell to form the Body and Soul team, at club Vinyl in NYC and regularly played every Sunday for it’s entire run, while also regularly Djing in various clubs in New York & Japan & everywhere in-between, Body & Soul has also been enjoying some special events in Brazil, France, LA, London, Portugal, Italy, Singapore & sensational annual events in Japan.
While Body & Soul in NY is now more of a seasonal event, & still going strong since 2002, Danny has been enjoying a similar success on his own, as resident DJ of the award winning “Best Party In NYC”, “THE 718 SESSIONS”, which started in Brooklyn (718), & kept the name even after moving to Manhattan. More than just the DJ, he is responsible for large part of the creative aspects of the party, as in the graphic designing of the flyers & merchandise. And in-between this & traveling the globe, has also held down a barrage of guest spots @ places like; APT, Aqua Booty (Miami), Central Park Roller Events, Cielo, Deep (LA), Giant Step, Lincoln Park Music Festival (NJ), Love, Mighty, & The End Up (San Francisco), Pacha, Roxy, Shelter, Stereo (Montreal), Sole, Spirit, Table 50, & Warehouse….
1971-2011 Danny is currently celebrating 40 YEARS as a NYC DJ & has enjoyed many highlights, just to name a few: Like the summer of 2003 at Museum Of Modern Art’s PS1 in NY, playing for an incredible 5,000 of his 718 Sessions fans, & then again to 7,000 fans in July 2006 for Body & Soul’s 10th anniversary. & In 1999, for a 15,000 strong crowd for the first of three annual Body and Soul “Summer Stage” events in NYC’s Central Park. & an equal number of highlights in Japan, like New Year’s Eve 2001, when he played for an attendance of 21,000 people, & December 2005 @ club Ageha, also playing for an incredible 7,000 of his own fans. & Starting in 2002, Body & Soul’s annual events in Japan have also been consistently phenomenal highlights, especially in 5/08 performing along side his now wife, Japan pop icon, AK!
Danny’s talents and reputation have grown immensely and continues to do so, with demand for his DJing & editing work reaching new heights & exploding worldwide from
North & South America to Europe & Japan, with his Producer/Editor/Mixer credits included on well over 200 records. Earning a status of “King Of The Re-edit” since the early 80’s, he’s been a major force in bringing attention & world acceptance to the art of editing, even spawning an onslaught of imitators. Also since the early 80’s, Danny has also been a VJ, with a collection of well over 5000 rare soul performances on video from the 60s, 70s, 80’s, & 90’s. His vinyl record collection is now well over 80,000. He has also contributed to many historical films & literature such as: “Maestro”, “Love Saves The Day”, “Last Night A DJ Saved My Life”, & Mel Cheren’s “My Life & The Paradise Garage”, “Downtown Calling”, “All Hopped Up and Ready To Go”, “The Disco Files” include Danny Krivit as a legendary key player in the history of NY night life & Most definitely one of the very few people who can honestly say he’s consistently DJ’d in all the hottest clubs in NY for the past 40 years!
Now how is this for a resume…
Kim English – “It Makes A Deference” < Re-Mix > Nervous 12/06
Blaze – “The Muse” < Re-Mix > 10/05
Incognito – “Morning Sun” <Re-Mix> (Pony Canyon/Japan) 8/03
Missy Elliott – “4 My People” <Re-Mix> (Ibadan) 7/03
Soul Switch feat. Melissa Morgan – “Believe In Yourself” (Co-mixed w/Nicky Siano) Yellow Orange Records / 2000
Tanya Gardner -“Rewrite” – (Co-mixed with Nicky Siano) West End /2000
Arthur Russell – “In The Light of a Miracle” (Point Music) / 1997
Judy Albanese – “That Ain’t Right” (Maxi) / 1995
EU – “Ain’t Heard Nuthin’ Yet” (Co-Mixed With David Morales) Virgin / 1990
Maxtrax – “Love is the Message” (Profile) / 1989
Keasha Jenkins – “Still Waiting” (Profile) / 1989
Fonda Rae – “The Price You Pay” (Fila) / 1987
Carole Williams – “Queen of Hearts” (Profile) / 1987
Ecstasy, Passion and Pain – “Touch and Go” (Sunny View) (Co-mixed with Tony Smith) / 1986
James Brown – “Give it up or Turn it Loose”- (Polydor) / 1986
Gloria Gaynor – “Casanova Brown” (MGM) / 1986
Foster Sylvers – “Mistermeaner” (MGM) / 1986
Bumper to Bumper – “Don’t hold back” (Jump Street) / 1985
The Dynamite Duo – “Can’t Stop” (Silver Screen) / 1984
Rosetta Brown – “Don’t Make Tracks” (Strawberry) / 1984
Sounds of JHS 126 – “Chill Pill” (Sleeping Bag) / 1983
Milton Hamilton – “We Have All The Time” – Edits By Mr. K 12″ Vinyl Sampler Vol. 3 – Strut /K7 3/11
Philadelphia International All-Stars –” Let’s Clean Up The Ghetto” – Edits By Mr. K 12″ Vinyl Sampler Vol. 3 – Strut /K7 3/11 Teddy Pendergrass – “You’re My Greatest Inspiration” – Unrestricted Access 10/10 Maxwell – “Til The Cops Come Knockin” – Unrestricted Access 9/10 P’taah – “Everything Is Naturally Free” – King Street Sounds 8/10
Chairmen Of The Board – “Life & Death” – Edits By Mr. K 12″ Vinyl Sampler Vol. 1 – Strut /K7 8/10
Midnight Movers – “Follow The Wind” – Edits By Mr. K 12″ Vinyl Sampler Vol. 1 – Strut /K7 8/10
The Soul Searchers – “We The People” – Edits By Mr. K 12″ Vinyl Sampler Vol. 2 – Strut /K7 8/10
Black Blood – “Chicano” – Edits By Mr. K 12″ Vinyl Sampler Vol. 2 – Strut /K7 8/10 Freddy Turner – “Spead Love” < Re-Edit > King Street Sounds 10/09 Shuya OKINO & United Legends Replayed By Sleep Walker “Thank You” < Edit > Especial 10/08 (Japan Only)
Jazzanova – Theme From “Belle Et Fou” < Re-Edit > Sonarkollektiv 10/08
Strutin Unlimited – “Everybody Loves The Sunshine” < Re-Work > Grand Gallery 3/08 (Japan Only)
Sade/Boyd Jarvis “ I Couldn’t Love You More” < Edit > – 3/08
Foster Sylvers – “Misdemeanor” < My 1986 Re-Mix > 12/07 Jephte Guillaume pres. AK – “Shining Your Way” < Re-Edit > King Street Sounds 9/07 Collection of Edit’s by Mr.Khttp://www.opusrecords.com/index.cfm?aPg=DannyKrivit Gary’s Gang – “Let’s Lovedance Tonight” < Re-Edit > Sam/Nervous 5/07
DJ Oji – “Be You “ < Re-Edit > King Street Sounds 5/07
Jody Watley – I Want Your Love < Re-Edit > – Avitone Recordings 4/07
Wunmi – “Talk, Talk, Talk” < Re-Edit > Kudos Records12/06
Orgone – “Funky Nassau” < Re-Edit > Nuff Rope 10/06
Stephanie Mills –“What’cha Gonna Do With My Lovin” < Edit by Mr. K > 10/06
Change – “Hold Tight” < Re-Edit > 10/06
Joi Cardwell – _What It Feels Like” – (King Street) 10/06
Peven Everett – “Stuck” < Re-Edit > Defected 3/06
Rene & Angela – “I Love You More” < Edit by Mr. K > (Captiol) 12/05
Leela James – “Music” < Edit by Mr. K > (White Label) 10/05
Mary J Blidge – “I Try” < Edit by Mr. K > (White Label) 10/05
Kraftwerk – “Trans Europe Express” Beats < Edit by Mr. K > (White Label) 10/05
Amerie – “Love’s Off The Chain” < Edit by Mr. K > (White Label) 10/05
Lil’ Louis – “Do You Love Me” < Edit by Mr. K > Mahattan/Japan 8/05
Marvin Gaye – “I Want You” ” < Edit by Mr. K > (White Label) 7/05
Amerie – “One Thing” < Edit by Mr. K > (White Label) 7/05
Richie Havens – “Going Back To My Roots” < Edit by Mr. K > Elektra 3/05
Madeline Bell “That’s What Friends Are For” < Re-Edit > Victor Entertainment/Soul Source (Japan) 2/05
Jungle Wonz – “Bird In A Gilded Cage” (Skylax) 10/04
Hokis Pokis – “Nowhere” < Re-Edit> (Supreme) 10/04
Younghearts – “Do You Have The Time” (Supreme) 10/04
Soul Central – “Strings Of Life” <Edit> (Defected) 8/04
Salsoul Orchestra – “Salsoul Rainbow” (Salsoul UK) 8/04
Salsoul Orchestra feat Loleatta Holloway – “Runaway” (Salsoul UK) 8/04
Bob Marley – “Is It Love” <Re-Edit> (White Label) 7/04
Diviniti – “Find A Way” (King Street) 7/04
Sicania Soul – “Starlite” (Irma) 7/04
Inner Life – “Moment Of My Life” (Salsoul/UK) 6/04
Salsoul Orchestra – “Love Break” (Salsoul/UK) 6/04
Chieko Kinbara – “Spring Rain” King Street/Japan 5/04
First Choice – “Let No Man Put Asunder” (Salsoul/UK) 4/04
Surface – “Falling In Love” (Salsoul/UK) 4/04
The Chi-Lites – “Are You My Woman” (Soul Source Boogie compilation / Soul Source/Japan) 3/04
Marry J Blidge – “Ooh! Love Is…” (Cottage Groove) 3/04
New Birth – “Deeper” <Edit By Mr. K> (White Label) 2/04
Earth, Wind & Fire – “Runnin” (Sony/Soul Source/Ibadan) 3/04
Earth, Wind & Fire – “Brazilian Rhyme” <Re-Edit> (Sony/Soul Source/Ibadan) 3/04
Earth, Wind & Fire – “Runnin” (Soul Source – compilation) Japan 3/04
Earth, Wind & Fire – “Brazilian Rhyme” <Re-Edit> (Soul Source – compilation) Japan 3/04
RSL – “Wesley Music” <Re-Edit> (Giant Step) 3/04
Brian Eno – “Jezebel Spirit” <Edit By Mr. K> (White Label) 12/03
Brian Eno – “Mea Culpa” <Edit By Mr. K> (White Label) 12/03
Tweet – “Boogie ll Night” <Edit By Mr. K> (White Label) 1/04
Tribe Called Quest/Erykah Badu – “I.C.U.(Doin’ It)” (White Label) 1/04
Soul Central – “Strings Of Life” <Edit> (Whistle Bump/UK) 10/03
Ecstasy, Passion & Pain – “Ask Me” <Edit> (Disco Juice) 10/03
Sisters Love – “Give Me Your Love” <Edit> (Disco Juice) 10/03
Cymande – “Bra” (Disco Juice) 10/03
MFSB – “Love Is The Message” (Disco Juice) 10/03
DJ Jorj – “Only You” – Distant) 10/03
Beyonce – “Crazy In Love” ” (White Label) 8/03
The Chi-Lites – “Are You My Woman” ” (White Label) 8/03
Diana Ross – “Love Hangover” <Edit> (Motown) 7/03
Jungle Brothers – “Round & Round” (Ibadan) 6/03
Incognito – “On The Road” <Edit> (Ibadan) 6/03
Pal Joey – “I Sing” <Edit> (Mother Tongue) 5/03
AK – “No One Else” Jon Cutler Re-Mix Feat. Brian Jackson A&R/Danny Krivit (King Street) 4/03
Klash – “Akoba” – (Wave) 2002
AK – “Say That You Love Me” (Virgin/EMI-Japan) 2002
Earth, Wind & Fire – “September” (Sony-Japan)
Donnie – “Do You Know” (Giant Step) 2002
Aretha Franklin – “Rock Steady” (Ibadan)
Titanic – “Sultana” (Ibadan)
Yukihiro Fukutomi Feat. Josh Milan – “Love Each Other” (King Street) / 2002
Mondo Grosso – “Star Suite” (King Street) / 2001
The Clark Sisters – “You Brought The Sunshine” (Strut) / 2002
Chaka Khan – “I Know You, I Live You” (Strut) / 2002
B 52s – “Mesopotamia” (Strut) / 2002
Frankie Knuckles – “Keep On Moving (La Familia)” (Definity/Junior Boys Own) / 2001
Kings Of Tomorrow – “Finally” (Distance/Defected) / 2001
Pal Joey – “You’re Luv” (Wave) / 2001
“Do You Know” (Giant Step) / 2001
MFSB – “Love IS The Message” (Nuphonic) / 2001
Salsoul Orchestra feat Loleatta Holloway – “Runaway” (Unidisc) / 2001
Salsoul Orchestra – “Salsoul Rainbow” (Unidisc) /2001
Giorgio Moroder – “Evolution” (Ibadan) / 2001
Double Exposure – “Everyman” (Strut) / 2001
Chi Lites – “My First Mistake” (Strut) / 2001
Love Unlimited Orchestra – Theme From “King Kong” (Strut) 2001
Voyage – “Point Zero” (Strut) / 2001
Lamont dozier – “Going Back To My Roots” (Strut) / 2001
El Coco – “Delicado” (Strut) / 2001
Everyday People – “I Like What I Like…” (Strut) / 2001
DJ Pierre feat. Sabynaah Pope – “Together” ( Maxi) /1998
Evelyn King – “One More Time” ( King Street) / 1997
The Mac Vibe “Mr Meaner” (8 ball) /1996
Peter Brown “Dance Wit Me” (Chemistry) /1994
Blind Truth feat. Tata Vega – “Love is The Key” (Minimal) /1993
Dawn Martin “Can you feel the Music” (Maxi) / 1990
28th St. Crew – “Notice Me” (Vendetta) /1989
James Brown – “Funky Drummer”- (Polydor) / 1986
James Brown – “Soul Power” (Polydor) /1986
Brenda and the Tabulations – “Let’s Go All the Way” (Casablanca) /1986
Visage – “Pleasure Boys” (Polydor) /1986