Barry White with everlasting sweet amazing music, especially dedicated 4 tracks Micromix, listen
Written by Daniele Milani on 28/08/2020
Hi from DANIELE MILANI , This time the new Micromix is dedicates integrally to the BIG voice singer Barry White. It’s includes 4 of the most famous tracks for Barry’s repertory:
1 – Barry White – Don’t Make Me Wait Too Long (Jay-K’s Club Mix)
2 – Barry White – Let The Music Play (House Remix)
3 – Barry White – Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love Baby – (Eric Faria Remix)
4 – Barry White – You-re My First, My Last, My Everything (Dance Remix)
Barry White, Barry Eugene Carter (Galveston, September 12, 1944 – Los Angeles, July 4, 2003), was an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, arranger and record producer. In his career he has won two Grammy Awards and has sold more than 100 million records.
Talking about this immense artist in a few lines is very difficult. In the 70s / 80s / 90s he invented a sub-genre called Sexy Disco. His deep powerful but also sexy voice made everyone appreciate him. When he sings the Woofer and Subwoofer speakers of the loudspeakers have fun moving in a sensual way. Barry left us a few years ago but … the tons of crazy songs are forever. The beauty of being an artist at this level is that you remain immortal.
I have chosen these 4 tracks among his thousands, perhaps in my opinion they are the 4 most important and known tracks to everyone. I also chose fairly recent remix versions where the talented DJs left the songs in purity but rejuvenated them with current sounds and speakers. Happy listening and lots of fun!
Personally the Barry is among the 10 favorite Discofunky artists.
As always they started rotating on ⇒V2BEAT Music TVision!
Carefully Selected with love for you by Daniele Milani Music Ddesigner & Music Critic
MICROMIX IS SCHEDULED ON
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This time I’ve gratefully the superb music of a early ’70s soul and funk group that left a big trace on the black music environment: The Commodores. I’ve mixed 4 of their best hits songs in a Micromix tracks that is now rotating on V2BEAT on line Music television.
MICROMIX The Best Of Commodores
New Micromix this week which includes 4 tracks
1 – Commodores – Easy (Vintage Culture Remix)
2 – Commodores Brick House (Club Mix)
3 – Commodores – Lady (You Bring Me Up Up) (Extended Rework)
4 – Lionel Richie – Angel (Boogieman Remix Radio Edit)
The “Commodores” are an American group of funk / soul genre.
They met with great success between the seventies and the eighties. They formed in Detroit in 1968 and immediately signed to Motown Records.
Great group Funky have produced unforgettable songs both to dance and to listen to with the exit from the group of front man Lionel Richie they got lost, while he was very successful as a soloist, in fact I also included his song “Angel”.
I found these versions very appealing to a younger audience.
I had the pleasure of seeing and hearing them in concert in Milan in 1993 they were crazy 3 hours of concert without ever stopping.
The “Commodores” GREAT to listen again nowadays even remixed with a modern instrumentation and tools, this will not denature the original intention of the group, even, to listen with a new force and spirit. Have this Micromix and Enjoy, don’t forget to leave your comments!