Petalpusher ‎– Breakin' It Down

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Naked Music Recordings ‎– NM001, Naked Music Recordings ‎– nm 001
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Breakin' It Down (Mig's Bump Deluxe Vocal)
Engineer – Jay-JRemix – Miguel Migs
6:39
A2 Breakin' It Down (Dave & Jay's Metro Dub)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Dave Warrin, Jay Denes
5:52
B1 Breakin' It Down (Mig's Here & Now Dub)
Engineer – Jay-JRemix – Miguel Migs
7:27
B2 Breakin' It Down (Downtown Original)
Bass, Engineer – L. Henry Sarmiento IICongas – Michael CarabelloDrums – Jerome LeonardoKeyboards – Steve Hoffman (2)Saxophone – Charles McNielTrumpet – Mark Write
6:35

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): NM001 A A&M MASTERING AG Z899.1(2)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): NM001 B A&M MASTERING AG Z899.2(2)

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xamic

xamic

April 13, 2011

Wow! Well, what do we have here? This was the very beginning of Naked Music and not only this... Almost 12 years have gone by since we heard this tune, but it doesn't seem to make us ever be bored while listening to it! "Mig's bump deluxe mix" enlightens even the duller days with a positive energy breakin' beat, whilst the two dubs give you a driving feeling. The original track is totally suitable for summer nights with good friends and afterhours cocooning! Thumbs up for vocalist Ledisi, one truly sensational performer.
electronicsurgeon

electronicsurgeon

March 22, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
Why has nobody reviewed this? Seriously. I love all kinds of music, electronic or otherwise. From hip-hop to acid to folk to German techno to minimal to disco to jazz to 20's blues(you get the idea). I'm not trying to genre drop to be hip, I'm just saying that my music taste has no boundaries, and I've listened to a lot of it. I've heard many songs I like, but man, this song is so pretty(for lack of a better word)and never gets old. I'd used to play this on my porch in a low economy neighborhood filled with gangsters and drug dealers and such. Every time I put this record on, my neighbor, who is an older guy that didn't talk much,asked what it was. He would usually listen to older rap and maybe a little fusiony jazz, but he always loved when I played this. He'd blaze up and just nod his head to this track. This track would or should, move anyone who loves music. There is something very special about this record, even if you don't like Naked music stuff, or even deep house...