Boo Williams ‎– A Little Something For You

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Guidance Recordings ‎– GDR 037
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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special thanx to jesus christ the god of israel: sju, guidance recordings and rhoda franklin

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DayzOne

DayzOne

June 3, 2018
It is all about the Ch-Town Techno track. Deep house deep techno and just all around beautiful music for the well minded dancefloor.
MEERBLICK

MEERBLICK

January 11, 2018
Anger is so minimalistic and tech, it seems he took the bass sequence from ''Rinder & Lewis - Gluttony'' from their album ''Seven Deadly Sins'' (1977).
GlennOverground

GlennOverground

January 8, 2018
Amazing record...anyone wanting to sell a reasonably priced copy please hit me up
charec

charec

August 9, 2017
Amazing record. Jew Dan samples Cymande - Bra (1972) >>>
meltdog

meltdog

April 2, 2015

Fairytale, such an awesome tune..really love those chords and addictive drums
enabler

enabler

November 28, 2014

I'm just now getting hip to the Guidance catalog and this is an absolute standout. Though the other songs have more youtube views, "Jew Dan" is the one for me. Great record.
baj

baj

September 18, 2014
"Chi-Town Techno" samples Klein & MBO's "Wonderful"
-roland-

-roland-

January 8, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
This is easily my favourite Guidance and Boo Williams record.. "Jew Dan" and "Chicago Style Techno" are timeless deephouse gems, which everytime i play them, never fail to surprise me how warm and deep those tracks actually sound.. Those perfect basslines immediatelly catch the attention of listeners and carry a happy and joyful spirit which enriches every dancefloor.. "Anger" of course is a true acid anthem, i've seen plenty of people going mad to this.. for me there are indescribably huge emotions and memories connected with those tracks!

Thank you so much Willie Griffin!
kool_fraser

kool_fraser

September 2, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
This EP from Boo is really deep as deep house gets. Really spiritual, uplifting, pensive, thoughtful, moving, grooving, pleasing and simply special music. It's replete with Mr William's signature bubbling basslines, as well as floating disco strings, lovely ethereal vibes, and solid, weighty kick drums. If you love life and love music then this will do it for you. Peace and love to the world.