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Stevie Wonder vs Grant Phabao

Grant Phabao presents The Lone Ranger - Fever


FEVER 70's DEEJAY STYLE! "For all these years I wanted to do Fever and I had to wait until I met Grant Phabao and TIMEC to get it right. It's a combination style of Ranger, singer and deejay. Counteracting styles. Gliding in deejay style. Original 70 deejay style of Lone Ranger, you know." (The Lone Ranger, about the Kulchaklash album)...

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Stevie Wonder vs Grant Phabao

Stevie Wonder vs Grant Phabao - Uptight


A few months ago we received some bootleg MP3s of Grant Phabao riddims that had leaked on the p2p, credited to the Booty Smash Soundsystem. It's probably the same guys who sent us a copy of this glorious 7 inch, for which they said "only 100 copies were pressed, in Jamaica"... Stevie Wonder's magic voice on Grant Phabao's 'new vintage' 70s reggae production works so well we decided to...

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Ty Grant Phabao Remix

Ty - Don't Watch That (Grant Phabao Remix)


What's happening in Paris DJs headquarters? So many cool remixes have started to appear in our headphones these days... And all EXCLUSIVE!! After some mighty George Clinton soul reggae thang, a rare Philly soul reggae mashup of Lee McDonald (which will finally NOT be released - Favorite Recordings being run by a complete crook) and a supa-cool hip hop act from Rawkus Records, The Procussions,...

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The Procussions Grant Phabao Remix

The Procussions - Simple Song (Grant Phabao Remix)


In those hard times when government individuals thrive more and more on the poor, it's really nice to meet educated and involved artists. The Procussions are that kind of people, nice, intelligent and with something to say, without ever losing their natural cool. This is rare enough to be pointed out... Their latest album, 5 Sparrows For 3 Cents, was released earlier this year in the US but only...

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Lee McDonald Weve Only Just Begun Grant Phabao One Drop Rework

Lee McDonald - We've Only Just Begun (Grant Phabao One Drop Rework)


An incredible reggae soul remix that's been bootleged by the infamous thief that is Pascal Rioux / Favorite Recordings. We ordered him not to release this since his conditions were not interesting at all and since he had stolen thousands of euros from us in The Pusher Distribution company we had launched together but he did it anyway. He then sent us a letter saying he had sold the first pressing...

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The Mackrosoft The Immortality Project Grant Phabao Remix

The Mackrosoft - The Immortality Project (Grant Phabao Remix)


This track is not for music categories, but for recipe books : take elements from a US West coast jazz/funk lounge number [For example, "The Immortality Project" by Seattle's funkateers The Mackrosoft]. Select the 70's groovy melody of the Fender Rhodes and wah-wah guitar, of course. Cherish the sax licks from multiple-man Skerik. Don't forget the organ stylings from former Beastie Boys...

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DJ Guarana Latino Fiesta In Paris

DJ Guarana & Gino Rossi - Latino Fiesta In Paris


Our second virtual release is a mix of samba and electronic grooves, with an undeniable measure of humor that revels in the duality of being both respectfully influenced by and satyrically critical of the Latin-meets-electronic music sound. The music in itself is a nice mix of Latin percussion and melodies, done up in a smooth, slightly French nu-jazz style....

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George Clinton U Aint Runnin Shit Grant Phabao Skank

George Clinton - U Ain't Runnin Shit (Grant Phabao Skank)


Reggae meets Funk! Our first single is an unreleased remix of George Clinton's "U Ain't Runnin Shit" from his latest album "How Late Do U Have 2b B4 Ur Absent", carefully skanked by Grant Phabao into a sunshine piece of psycadelicreggaesoulthang. The track has been fully approved by the Dr. Funkenstein himself who visited us while in Paris for a supa-show at Le Zenith, along...

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