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Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons - Beggin' (Pilooski Re-edit)



Frankie Valli Beggin Pilooski Re-edit
Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons - Beggin' (Pilooski Re-edit)
(7"/12"/CDS) 679 Recordings, 2007-06-02

Tracklisting 12 inch :
A1. Beggin' (Pilooski Re-edit)
B1. Beggin' (Speaker Killer Remix)
B2. Who Loves You

Links :
myspace.com/frankievalli679
myspace.com/pilooski
myspace.com/pilooskiedits
gilgweb.com
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Four_Seasons_(group)
679recordings.com
youtube.com/user/679recordings

Press Release : Frankie Valli has had what you might call a varied career: you might know him best for the theme song to Grease and he was last spotted on TV coming to a grisly end as Rusty in the Sopranos. But as well as 'Grease' and 'Oh What A Night', the Italian American crooner has made some storming white soul records that over the last 30 years have been leapt on by the Northern soul and disco undergrounds.

'Beggin' is the track, a tune that, re-edited by Parisian DJ Pilooski on one of his ultra-limited Dirty Edits twelve inches on his own Dark & Lovely label, became a euphoric fusion of emotional Northern soul stomper and end-of-the-night, hands-in-the-air rave moment.

Note CD-Single features two versions of 'Beggin'': Pilooski Re-Edit Radio Version and Original Version.
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