Vincenzo ‎– The Love That I Knew

Label:
Dessous Recordings ‎– dessous 09
Format:
Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A Where's The Love That I Knew 8:40
B1 La Nueva Escuelita 6:36
B2 Urbanized 7:12

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Written and produced for Fairground Prod. 99.
Recorded at Fairpark HH.
Published by Ed. Babelfish.
Made in England.
Distributed by Word And Sound.

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MLatino

MLatino

September 8, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Beautiful track from Vincenzo, simply one of the best deep house tracks ever made. The vocals always make me smile, although they're sounding so sad. Best track to hear to find yourself some rest. Trying to get my hands on this one for so long; belongs in every serious deep house collection.
bhbognar

bhbognar

October 28, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
"Where's The Love That I Knew?" is easily one of Vincenzo's best and most thoughtful pieces. The music takes its time to build into a slow, aching groove that just doesn't stop--a lone female voice strikes a melancholy note against minor chords and a warm bass line, and the entire song moves in and out of these elements at its own pace, in a bittersweet ebb-and-flow. Both Urbanized and La Nueva Escuela are also stong tracks, each with its own warmth and atmosphere. This is Vincenzo in fine form.