VA - Too Slow To Disco pres. Yacht Soul - Cover Versions (Limited Colored Vinyl) (RSD21) [2LP]
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Too Slow To Disco pres. Yacht Soul - Cover Versions (Limited Colored Vinyl) (RSD21)

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A1. The Main Ingredient - Summer Breeze
A2. Dee Dee Bridgewater - He's Gone
A3. Tavares - I Hope You'll Be Very Unhappy Without Me
A4. Betty Everett - God Only Knows
B1. The Ebonys - A Love Of Your Own
B2. Pointer Sisters - Dirty Work
B3. Leslie Smith - Nothin' You Can Do About It
B4. The Brothers Johnson - In The Way
C1. Greg Phillinganes - Lazy Nina
C2. Peabo Bryson - Minute By Minute
C3. Chaka Khan - Everywhere
C4. Aretha Franklin - What A Fool Believes
D1. Billy Paul - Let 'em In
D2. Side Effect - Georgy Porgy
D3. Quincy Jones - Takin' It To The Streets
D4. Millie Jackson - This Is It
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This is the new compilation by TSTD/DJ Supermarkt with Soul/Funk Coverversions of Westcoast/AOR/Yachtpop gems!

TSTD returns with another trip into the musical past of the sundrenched Westcoast: This time DJ Supermarkt unearthed 17 Soul & Funk Coverversions of original Westcoast/AOR/Yachtpop gems. As slightly expected, the The Afro-American musicians add a heavy dose of Funk and heavenly Soul to the game. The original tracks are covered by big Soul & Funk acts like Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Quincy Jones, Brothers Johnson, but also forgotten acts like The Ebonys, Leslie Smith, Side Effect. And you can find tracks originally performed by the big league of the Westcoast, like The Doobie Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, Hall & Oates, Steely Dan, Wings, and even The Beach Boys, alongside lesser known acts like Ned Doheny, Bill LaBounty, Airplay!

Most tracks are from the late 70s/early 80s, but failed to become big hits and fell under the radar. Like Chaka Khan doing a seriously funky version of Fleetwood Mac’s „Everywhere“ (from an unreleased album recording), next to obscure reworks like Leslie Smith’s version of „Nothin’ You Can Do About It“ by the overlooked Airplay (Jay Graydon and David Foster). There are especially surprising versions here, like Millie Jackson’s gospel-like rendering of „This Is It“ by Kenny Loggins/Michael McDonald, or Billy Paul’s „Black Power“-influenced version of Paul McCartney/Wings’ „Let Em In“ and the rare cover of The Beach Boys’ „God Only Knows“ by Betty Everett. Overall another TSTD collection of smooth, sunny, extremely soulful and funky tracks, that needed to be dug-out to be heard again. This is Bottled Sunshine!

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