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United 8 - Getting Down (To Get Down) (Quantic Remix)

Various - Atlantiquity
United 8 - Getting Down (To Get Down) (Quantic Remix)
- on Various - Atlantiquity
(CD/2xLP) Atlantic RHIN74643, 2005-04-29

This visionary collection of remixes by contemporary producers is a modern homage to classic grooves from the incredible Atlantic Records catalog. Masterminded by deejay/tastemaker Garth Trinidad, Atlantiquity gathers 12 remixes of soul, funk, and jazz classics, including Spinners' "I'll Be Around," Average White Band's "Pick Up The Pieces," and Sister Sledge's "We Are Family."

Tracklisting :
1. Kleeer - Tonight (Sa-Ra Remix featuring the Sa-Ra All Stars & Me'Shell Ndegéocello)
2. Slave - Watching You (Vikter Duplaix Remix)
3. Eddie Harris - Bold And Black (DJ Nu-Mark Remix)
4. United 8 - Getting Down (To Get Down) (Quantic Remix)
5. Average White Band - Pick Up The Pieces (Charlie Dark Remix)
6. Sister Sledge - We Are Family (Daz-I-Kue Remix)
7. Donny Hathaway - Little Ghetto Boy (Freddy L. Remix)
8. Chic - A Warm Summer Night (King Britt Remix)
9. Spinners - I'll Be Around (Kev Brown Remix)
10. Carmen McCrae - Just A Little Lovin' (GB Remix)
11. Faze-o - Riding High (Remix featuring Tiombe Lockhart & The Army of Love)
12. Yusef Lateef - Nubian Lady (Metisse Remix)


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