DJ Shan Frenzie – Love Sensation (Mixtape)


 

Aurra – Such A Feeling [Shep Pettibone Mix 2]
Gwen Guthrie – Ain’t Nothing Going On But The Rent
The Pointer Sisters – Dare Me
Jazzie Ladies – Blowin Your Mind
Serena – get Your Body Up
Ann Margret – Everybody Needs Love Sometimes
Empress – Take Me Along
Sharon Redd – Can You Handle It [Francois K Mix]
Ashford & Simpson – Street Corner
Lady D – Lady D
Karen Silver – Nobody Else
Alicia Myers – I Want To Thank You
Salsaoul Orchestra with Loleatta Holloway – Runaway
Stephanie Mills – You Can’t Run From My Love
Rene & Angela – I’ll Be Good
Sharon Brown – I Specialize In Love
Blondie – Rapture
Rufas feat Chaka Khan – Somebody’s Watching You
Sandy Mercer – You Are My Love
Carol Williams – Love Is You
Jackie Moore – This Time Baby
Gloria Scott – That’s The Way Love Is [DJ Friction Extended Disco Mix]
Karen Young – You Don’t Know What You Got
Cerrone Feat Jocelyn Brown – Hooked On You [Dim’s Old School Of Disco Mix]
Whitney – Million Dollar Bill [Scrimshire edit]
Loleatta Holloway – Love Sensation [Shan Frenzie Edit]

GROOVE THERAPY LINKS!

  1. ONLINE –www.groovetherapy.podbean.com/
  2. FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/pages/groovetherapy/
  3. TWITTER – www.twitter.com/groovetherapy
  4. SOUND CLOUD – http://soundcloud.com/groovetherapy/

About GROOVE THERAPY

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.

 

 

AUDIO- FUNK, DISCO EDIT: Loleatta Holloway – Love Sensation (Shan Frenzie edit)


 

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 LINKS!

  1. ONLINE –www.groovetherapy.podbean.com/
  2. FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/pages/groovetherapy/
  3. TWITTER – www.twitter.com/groovetherapy
  4. SOUND CLOUD – http://soundcloud.com/groovetherapy/

About GROOVE THERAPY

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.

 

 

 

R.I.P Loleatta Holloway! You were and always will be one of the true voices of DISCO, SOUL, FUNK & HOUSE. Thank you for the musical memories!


Loleatta Holloway Dies At Age 64

By Paul Cashmere
59 minutes ago (Tue, 22 Mar 2011 18:02:11 +1100)

Disco star Loleatta Hollaway, best known for the 1980 disco song ‘Love Sensation’ and the voice on hits by Blackbox and Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, has died from heart failure at the age of 64.

Loleatta started out singing in her mother’s choir, the Holloway Community Singers, before recording her first single in 1971. At the end of the decade she sang backing vocals on Dan Hartman’s ‘Re-Light My Fire’ who then wrote and produced what became her greatest hit ‘Love Sensation’.

‘Love Sensation’ was reinvented a decade later when Blackbox sampled her vocal on ‘Right On Time’. Loleatta was also the voice of the Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch hit ‘Good Vibrations’ in 1991.

In more recent years Loleatta recorded a cover of Madonna’s ‘Like A Prayer’ for the Madonna tribute album ‘Virgin Voices’. She was also sampled on the Whitey Houston 2009 recording of ‘Million Dollar Bill’.

And some of the musical memories she has left us;

 

MIX: DISCO SOULFUL HOUSE – End Of Summer Mixtape BY Phil Toke & Soul of Sydney


Soul Of Sydney’s End Of Summer 09 Mix tape

Mixed by: Phil Toke & Soul Of Sydney

Style: Funk, Disco & Soulful House

Duration: 74 minutes

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Track List

1. The Originals- Down To Love Town (Dims special re edit) Todd Terry-Acapella
2. Roy Ayers– Running
3. The Strikers- Body Music
4. Sam-Jam – Dance N Chant (Todd Terje re edit)
5. Stephanie Mills– Put Your Body In It
6. Geraldine Hunt– Cant Fake The Feeling
7. First Choice – Let No Man Put Asunder
8. Loleatta HollowayLove Sensation
9. Sylvester – I Need You (Dim’s secret re edit)
10. MAW- Expensive (acapella)
11. Blaze- My Beat (S.U.M.O. Rebounce)
12. Kerri Chandler– Coro (‘Kaoz 6:23’ Dark Mix)
13. Neil Armstrong Moon Landing
14. Harry Choo Choo Romero- Mongobonix (From Beneath The Earth’s Crust)
15. Marc Evans – Reach Out For Love
16. Stevie Wonder- Another Star (Knee Deep Remix)
17. Rhythm Republic ft Peyton- Never Give Up
18. Matt Caseli & Aston Martinez- Gonzalo’s Guestlist

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Soul Of Sydney's End Of Summer Mixtape: FUNK, DISCO & SOULFUL HOUSE


Soul Of Sydney’s End Of Summer 09 Mix tape

Mixed by: Phil Toke & Soul Of Sydney

Style: Funk, Disco & Soulful House

Duration: 74 minutes

DOWNLOAD

PLAY

Track List

1. The Originals- Down To Love Town (Dims special re edit) Todd Terry-Acapella
2. Roy Ayers- Running
3. The Strikers- Body Music
4. Sam-Jam – Dance N Chant (Todd Terje re edit)
5. Stephanie Mills- Put Your Body In It
6. Geraldine Hunt- Cant Fake The Feeling
7. First Choice – Let No Man Put Asunder
8. Loleatta Holloway – Love Sensation
9. Sylvester – I Need You (Dim’s secret re edit)
10. MAW- Expensive (acapella)
11. Blaze- My Beat (S.U.M.O. Rebounce)
12. Kerri Chandler- Coro (‘Kaoz 6:23’ Dark Mix)
13. Neil Armstrong Moon Landing
14. Harry Choo Choo Romero- Mongobonix (From Beneath The Earth’s Crust)
15. Marc Evans – Reach Out For Love
16. Stevie Wonder- Another Star (Knee Deep Remix)
17. Rhythm Republic ft Peyton- Never Give Up
18. Matt Caseli & Aston Martinez- Gonzalo’s Guestlist

DOWNLOAD

PLAY