Various ‎– The Soulful House Experience

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Nervous Records ‎– NRV 20515-2
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1 Loni Clark Rushing (Mindtrap's Deep Organ Dub)
Remix – Mindtrap*
2 Kim English Treat Me Right (Jon Cutler Mix)
Keyboards – Vijay IyerRemix – Jon Cutler
3 Albertracks Salsa
4 Midnight Express Feat. Sabrina Johnston Hallelujah (Tom De Neef Mix)
Remix – Tom De NeefVocals – Sabrina Johnston
5 Albertracks Teddy
6 Albertracks We Can Fly
Vocals – Samuel*
7 The Pride Feat. Byron Stingily, Norma Jean* & Jasper Street* Paradise (Deepah Vocal Mix)
Remix – DJ Spen & KarizmaVocals – Byron Stingily, Jasper Street Co., Norma Jean Wright
8 DJ Andre (2) Singing After Dark
9 E-Man Caves Of Altimira (Michael Moog Club Remix)
Remix – Michael Moog
10 Viola* Little Girl (Masters At Work Ritual Work)
Producer – Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez, "Little" Louie Vega*Remix – Masters At Work
11 Billie It Comes Back Around
Producer – Kyle Smith
12 Frank Delour Feat. Leslie Carter Living For Love
Vocals – Leslie Carter
13 Byron Stingily Feat. Leee John U Turn Me (Bini & Martini Mix)
Remix – Bini & MartiniVocals – Leee John
14 Kerri Chandler Rain (New Vocal Mix)

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Total running time: 58:45.
<i>Nervous Records has been at the forefront of soulful vocal house music since it's inception in 1991 and continues the tradition of quality tunes with new soulful house anthems on this compilation.</i>

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lewisdene

lewisdene

January 2, 2014
Since its inception in 1991, Nervous has been at the forefront of soulful vocal house, with this collection featuring 14 nuggets from their current repertoire. Viola’s sleeper ‘Little Girl’ (equally as strong as KOT’s ‘Finally’) is featured in its MAW remix and sets the tone, while Jon Cutler adds his soul-etch production to Kim English’s heartfelt ‘Treat Me Right’, with Michael Moog going deep on E Man’s sublime reading of Steely Dan’s ‘Caves Of Altimira’. Smoothly mixed the album also includes Midnight Express’ gospel drenched ‘Hallelujah’, Albert Cabera’s disco delight ‘Teddy’ (a sampled homage to Mr Pendergrass) and the all star vocal affair, ‘Paradise’, which sees Byron Stingily, Norma Jean and the Jasper Street Company battling it out for top honours. A worthy testimonial to one of house music’s most respected homes.