Blue Six ‎– Music And Wine

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Music And Wine (Mig's Petalpusher Vocal) 8:20
Music And Wine (Original Funkaphonic Vocal) 7:44
Music And Wine (Th'Attaboy Vocal) 8:58
Music And Wine (Jay's Blue Silk Dub) 6:00

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cashox

cashox

August 13, 2015
referencing Music And Wine, 12", NM002

this naked music sound has dated itself quite badly in my book - and to be honest i have removed most of them from my collection as i find them rather boring. I used to like all their material at some point, but as i said, it has grown old and really has no place in one of my sets today, since it sounds so late nineties...
MARKVISIONARY

MARKVISIONARY

March 21, 2015
referencing Music And Wine, 12", NM002
good track who think its that old still sound fresh now
scoundrel

scoundrel

March 15, 2013
referencing Music And Wine, CD, Maxi, NMCD1

A classic track. It's probably been overplayed at this point, but its qualities still can't be overlooked. MUSIC AND WINE established Naked Music, for a time, as a force to be reckoned with. The "Original Funkaphonic Vocal" mixes silky vocals with smooth production, while Miguel Migs dubs out the vocals slightly, while layering in a perky synth line. Denes brings two of his own smooth mixes to bear with the "Conga Lounge Mix" adding a bit to the percussion, and the "Blue Silk Dub" dives down deep. But the mix to go to still is "Th'Attaboy Vocal," which brings in a heavier rhythm and bassline, which seems to amplify the sadness inherent in the vocals. Still lovely after all these years (and listens).
LeonD

LeonD

November 7, 2010
referencing Music And Wine, 12", NM002
I here ya, classic,

A lot of gems in Naked,

somewhereindetroit

somewhereindetroit

July 12, 2009
referencing Music And Wine, 12", NM002
"Music And Wine" is a vocal house classic in every sense of the word and was without a doubt one of the best vocal house songs of 1999, definitely one of the songs that defined the summer. Miguel Migs Petalpusher mix is more pumped up and more instrumental while staying true to the original. If this song would have been exposed to a wider audience it would have been a top 40 pop hit as this is one of the catchiest, most irresistible house music songs I've ever heard. This was perhaps one of Jay Denes' finest moments as a producer and one of Miguel Migs finest moments as a remixer, a great mix of the New York and San Francisco sounds of the era.