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Psycut presents Larry Blackmon



Psycut presents Larry Blackmon
Psycut presents Larry Blackmon
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2010-01-19

DJ Psycut offers here a superb tribute mix to Larry Blackmon from Cameo, without any soft indulgence towards 'mainstream' -nevertheless excellent- tracks like Find My Way, Rigor Mortis, Shake Your Pants, Word Up or Candy...

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Larry Blackmon – producteur, auteur, compositeur, chanteur, bassiste, batteur et percussionniste né en 1956 à NYC. Batteur pour le groupe Black Ivory sur le morceau You and I en 1971 (sur le label Today), Mais aussi pour le groupe East Coast en 1973 (sur le label Encounter) avec entre autre la chanteuse Gwen Guthrie (RIP) et Gregory Johnson (RIP - clavier de Cameo). Leader de Cameo depuis 1974, un des groupes les plus important de la black music américaines des années 70 et 80. Producteur entre autre de LA Connection, Mantra et Charles Earland au début des années 80.
Un mix à l’image de Paris DJ’s : soigné et ne faisant pas uniquement la part belle aux tracks dit mainstreams que sont les néanmoins excellents Find my way, Rigor Mortis, Shake your Pants, World Up ou encore Candy.

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Tracklisting :
01. DJ Cam feat. Cameo - Love Junkie (Dilla Remix)
02. Cameo - Funk Funk
03. L.A. Connection - Burn Me Up
04. Charles Earland - Earland's Jam
05. Cameo - On The One
06. Cameo - Is This A Way
07. Cameo - It's Serious
08. Cameo - Energy
09. Mantra - Here We Come
10. Cameo - Just Be Yourself

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Credits :

Selected and mixed by DJ Psycut (myspace.com/dj_psycut)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com)
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