Bobby Konders Feat. Massive Sounds ‎– A Lost Era In NYC 1987-1992

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Massive Sounds Feat. Mutaburaka* The Poem 8:24
Bobby Konders - House Rhythems* Nervous Acid 5:00
Jus' Friends Feat. Robert Owens As One 6:06
Massive Sounds Expressions (Flute Mix) 7:57
Dub Poets Blak And Whit 10:50
Rydims Nice And Slow 6:19
Massive Sounds The Future 6:56
Bobby Konders - House Rhythems* Let There Be House 5:12
Bobby Konders - House Rhythems* Massai Woman 8:10
Rydims Mello 6:20
Massive Sounds Slackness And Sax 6:26

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Ommaz

Ommaz

September 14, 2019
referencing A Lost Era In NYC 1987-1992, 3x12", Comp, GIGOLO 93

Fantastic compilation. No fillers here, just quintessential house from start to finish. Just buy it.
AceBeaty

AceBeaty

July 9, 2019
edited 3 months ago
referencing A Lost Era In NYC 1987-1992, CD, Comp, GIGOLO 93, Gigolo 93
I doubt that track 6 is was originally released as "Nice And Slow" by Rydims. If not mistaken it's "My Sound" under the Freedom Authority ‎moniker. Equally track 7 was never released as 'The Future' by Massive Sound but as "Future" on the Bobby Konders "Nervous Acid / Future?" 12 inches on Massive B records in 1992. Track 11 as well was never originally released under the alias "Massive Sounds" but as "Freedom Authority". Glad that I purchased many of Nu Groove & Massive B cakes when they were released, they sound way better.
balschuler

balschuler

June 27, 2019
referencing A Lost Era In NYC 1987-1992, 3x12", Comp, GIGOLO 93
Pro tip: If you're looking for the hard-to-find Robert Owens - "As One (Raw Mix)" this is probably your best bet because the 1992 test pressing almost never comes up for sale --> https://www.discogs.com/Jus-Friends-As-One/release/1272985
Hadox

Hadox

February 19, 2018
referencing A Lost Era In NYC 1987-1992, CD, Comp, GIGOLO 93, Gigolo 93
Essential NY House from the underrated Mr. Konders. Yes, it sounds somewhat dusty here and there but don't let that put you off. Big up DJ Hell for releasing and giving this music the reboot it deserves.
a-groove

a-groove

January 27, 2016
referencing A Lost Era In NYC 1987-1992, CD, Comp, GIGOLO 93, Gigolo 93
this is one of the worst mastered releases i have ever heard. both the vinyl and the cd sound atrocious. some good songs but avoid this release and look up the originals.
REENO

REENO

November 23, 2015
referencing A Lost Era In NYC 1987-1992, CD, Comp, GIGOLO 93, Gigolo 93
Great selections, but they appear to be mastered from vinyl.
corradod

corradod

November 25, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
referencing A Lost Era In NYC 1987-1992, 3x12", Comp, GIGOLO 93

This triple is fantastic ... concentrate of house music history