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Smoove Presents Mo Record Kicks Act II
Smoove Presents Mo' Record Kicks Act II
(CD/Digital) Record Kicks RKX037, 2011-04-18

Mo' Record Kicks is back! And Act II is an even heavier collection of Record Kicks exclusives, b-sides, remixes and material that appears on CD and compilation for the very first time. The man behind this fine selection of RK sounds needs no introduction, DJ/Producer smoove has been an avid collector of all that is funk for more than 30 years and is one half of the renown duo Smoove & Turrell. He has releases out on Acid Jazz, Jalapeno and to name a few, as well as having founded the labels Wack Records and Wass Records. From deep funk to afrobeat, early reggae and vintage soul, Mo' Record Kicks II packs in the best of the Record Kicks sound. Whether you're a cool cat or a funky monkey, this collection will have you out of your seat and ready to hit the dance-floor at any time or day!

Smoove Presents Mo Record Kicks Act II
Smoove Presents Mo' Record Kicks Act II
(CD/Digital) Record Kicks RKX037, 2011-04-18

NICK PRIDE & THE PIMPTONES - Waitin’ So Long feat. Jess Roberts (Smoove rmx) by Record Kicks

Tracklisting :
01. The Baker Brothers - The Young Patter 04:08
02. Floyd Lawson - Roof Top Sugar 03:21
03. The Third Coast Kings - Spicy Brown 04:09
04. William Joseph Fowler & The Disciples - Prophets Bound To Christ 03:05
05. Kokolo - The Grunt 03:43
06. The New Mastersounds - Witness (Smoove mix) 05:44
07. Ray Lugos LES Express - Love Me Good (feat. Roxie Ray) 03:03
08. Trio Valore - Fuoco 02:50
09. Link Quartet - Take Four 05:05
10. Ray Harris & The Fusion Experience - Scaramunga (Valique Jam mix) 02:54
11. The Diplomats Of Solid Sound - Give Me One More Chance (Lack Of Afro remix) 03:35
12. Mr Comicstore - Are You Ready (feat. Nicole Willis - Discomix version) 04:36
13. The Liberators - Rags To Riches (Ray Lugo remix) 03:40
14. Nick Pride & The Pimptones - Waiting So Long (feat. Jess Roberts - Smoove remix) 04:31
15. Crabs Corporation - Let It Go (Jen Matthias & Dave Barker remix) 03:26
16. Hannah Williams & The Tastemakers - Deep Fried Funk 03:32
17. Dojo Cuts - Ain't So Low 03:48
18. The Hawk - Under My Skin 03:27

Links :
soundcloud.com/recordkicks/va-smoove-pres-mo-record-kicks
discogs.com/artist/Smoove
smooveandturrell.com
myspace.com/wackrecords
myspace.com/smooveremix
myspace.com/smooveandturrell
recordkicks.com
soundcloud.com/recordkicks
myspace.com/recordkicks
twitter.com/recordkicks
facebook.com/pages/Record-Kicks/245865579477
facebook.com/group.php?gid=29663278868

Press Release :
MO' RECORD KICKS is back! And Act II is an even heavier collection of RK exclusives, b-sides, remixes and material that appears on CD and compilation for the very first time.

The man behind this fine selection of RK sounds needs no introduction, DJ/Producer SMOOVE has been an avid collector of all that is funk for more than 30 years and is one half of the renown duo Smoove & Turrell. He has releases out on Acid Jazz, Jalapeno and Record Kicks to name a few, as well as having founded the labels Wack Records and Wass Records.

Not only did Smoove lovingly hand-pick each cut that appears on MO' RK II, but he is also responsible for 2 of the first-rate remixes that appear here: THE NEW MASTERSOUNDS and NICK PRIDE & THE PIMPTONES both get a Smoove reworking, while brand new afro-funk combo from Sydney THE LIBERATORS are remixed by Kokolo head honcho Ray Lugo, THE DIPLOMATS OF SOLID SOUND are given the Lack Of Afro treatment, RAY HARRIS & THE FUSION EXPERIENCE get a makeover by Valique and "Are You Ready" by MR. COMICSTORE feat. NICOLE WILLIS appears in a discomix version. Other highlights of the compilation include a cracking gospel funk piece by WILLIAM JOSEPH FOWLER & THE DISCIPLES, some deep funk by recent RK signing HANNAH WILLIAMS & THE TASTEMAKERS, and brand new material by Big Boss man's bass player Scott Milsom aka THE HAWK. Plus singles by THE BAKER BROTHERS, LINK QUARTET, FLOYD LAWSON, CRABS CORPORATION and more!

From deep funk to afrobeat, early reggae and vintage soul, MO' RK II packs in the best of the Record Kicks sound. Whether you're a cool cat or a funky monkey, this collection will have you out of your seat and ready to hit the dance-floor at any time or day!


"Smoove lovingly picks a fantastic collection of musical summer fruits served with a dollop of style. If this were a cake I'd eat it and buy another!" Diesler (Tru Thoughts / Freestyle)
"Nice nice funky soulful stuff, crunchy or slick rare grooves, soul, all in here. I like it!" - Michael Reinboth (Soul Searching / Compost)
"With Smoove as selector you gotta expect the goods, as he doesn't disappoint. Another quality set of Mo' Record Kicks including some tasty remixes!" - Pete Isaac (Jelly Jazz / Phonic FM)
"Mò Record kicks Act II is a really great comp with some golden nuggets which will light up the dance floor!" - Perry Louis (Jazzcotech)
"Fantastic compilation by Smoove & Record Kicks! Equally deep rooted, original and fresh. Double thumbs up!!!" - Marc Hype (MPM / Soul Clap! Berlin)
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