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DJ Day - Got Get It Right EP

DJ Day Got To Get It Right
DJ Day - Got Get It Right EP
(12") Melting Pot MPM033, 2007-01-19

Review :
After an involving ("take a new way - got to get it right") soul/folk intro with TV News samples, DJ Day Djouls

Tracklisting :
A1. Intro
A2. First Step
B1. A Place To Go
B2. Outro

Links : (listen)

Press Release :
DJ Day goes on a Mizell-Brothers-meets-Dilla-mission with this "What's Going On"-style EP. Soul music for 2007.

When he started working on the tracks in July 2006 the war between Israel and Lebanon had just begun and it clearly affected the way the music turned out.

"I made this record not only for you, but also as a message to myself.", Day says in the liner notes. "Sometimes it's important to step outside of your world and look at where we're headed as people. That is what I tried to do with this record."


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