Bab Musique presents Summer Disco Edits.
01. Black Soul - Africa Africa (Switch "Groov" Exp. edit)
02. Juluka - Umbaqanga Music (2014 mix)
Two tracks edited and mixed by Switch "Groov" Experience - Recorded at le Studio du Toucan (Paris Est)
Free download // Flac condition
Summer Disco Edits are simply desire to share music in order to do credit to two bands. And to give smile and energy of course !
"Africa Africa" is a tune performed by Black Soul and originally produced by New York records label Beam Junction in 1976 (and released by Vogue in France). Black Soul was a disco group from Dakar (Senegal) and it worked in Big Apple with legendary Tom Moulton producer who executed mix of this track (thanks to Beat Electric blog for infos). The work of Switch "Groov" Experience respects in large part the original (not much additionnal productions) proposing an instrumental longer mix with wah-wah guitar, funky brass and loud beat very closed to early 80’s disco house production.
For the second is it a travel and dig’s beautiful story. Switch "Groov" Exp. found in Cape Town couple years ago Juluka’s disco 12" produced by local records label Minc and released in 1983. Juluka was formed by Johnny Clegg and Sipho Mchunu. A saxophonist zoulou black guy with an anthropologist and singer white guy into south african society torn apart apartheid. And both made cheap disco music with a real humanity sense and ultra positive vibes. Here the 2014 version is only remaster work : a deeper bass, an equalization treatment to clear drums and brass. Just a tactful production touch.
Enjoy Summer Disco Edits and Having Fun !!!
Share it ! Play it ! Sing it ! Dance it !