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Pépé Bradock & The Grand Brûlé's ChoirBurning

Label:Kif Recordings – KIF S.A. 08, Kif Recordings – KIF .S.A 08
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:France
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Deep House

Tracklist

A1Burning Hot5:24
A2The Right Way4:29
BDeep Burnt11:09
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Notes

Produit pour Brad Peep ent...
℗&© KIF.s.a 1999.

A1 samples the vocals of Karen Young's "Hot For You".
A2 samples The Headhunters' "Here And Now".
B samples Freddie Hubbard's "Little Sunflower".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): DFI-9 9_3 BURNING KIF S.A. 008 A POMPON TR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): DFI-9 9_3 BURNING KIF S.A. 008 B POMPON TR
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Burning (12", White Label)Kif RecordingsKIF S.A 008France1999
Burning (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress)Kif RecordingsKIF.S.A 008France2006
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Burning (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue)Kif RecordingsKIFSA08France2007
Burning (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue)Kif RecordingsKIFSA08France2010
Burning (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue)Kif RecordingsKIF S.A. 08France2016

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Reviews

  • waxwell's avatar
    waxwell
    I have a mispressed copy with original cover.
    B-side is Deep Burnt tho, A-side is completely different songs (Pressed this one's A-side on A-side→ https://www.discogs.com/ja/release/2603601-Les-Rieurs-Kass-Style).
    LMK if you are interested in purchasing.
    [email protected]
    • TheoryAbstract's avatar
      Edited 25 days ago
      One of the most brilliant and beautiful deep house records of all time. "Deep Burnt" samples an orchestral section of a jazz funk song called "Little Sunflower" by Freddie Hubbard, and very much like an orchestral composition it then takes you on a 11min journey using filters, delays, and stereo panning effects that will melt your brain! "Burning Hot" is a bouncy quirky track with instrumentation that sounds like was lifted from an 80's Donald Fagan record (which is aweome) and it's a joint that just makes your head nod while doing a little shimmy or some pop lockin'. The third track on this sublime 12" is "The Right Way" which is raw rugged hip hop styled breakbeat bizness with a funky distorted bassline lifted from a rare Headhunters SF Funk styled album! I mean this shit is all around next level and still sounds ahead of the times almost 30 years after its release.
      • skullhead72's avatar
        skullhead72
        When I bought it I was like 'meh' about Deep Burnt. I mean, nice, in a stoner way. Actually dug Burning Hot. History says I'm an idiot, apparently.
        • djmikecastillo's avatar
          Edited one year ago
          Meh. I have pretty eclectic taste in music but this track does little for me (or for the dance floor). It's warm-up or closing material at best. I had a copy of the original 12" and quickly departed with it for the undeserved price it fetches. strictly for the purist house-heads, as they say.
          • jdvdb's avatar
            jdvdb
            I remember vividly the first time hearing this track. I was dancing in my favorite club and had to run up the DJ (a friend of mine) the moment he dropped the needle on this gem. Since then, I have two copies and will never part with them.
            Deep Burnt is the cornerstone of Deep House.
            • platniumbeats's avatar
              platniumbeats
              Without a doubt deep burnt is one of the best deep house tracks ever made
              • j_ellemore's avatar
                j_ellemore
                I bought this at the time when it was new and was DJing regularly, buying 50-60 records a month. It sort of passed me by, I'm surprised to see how revered this track has become over the last few years. Listening back, it's an amazing deep track. Kif released some great records back then, this is also a classic: https://www.discogs.com/release/213710-Savannah-Featuring-Chezeré-The-Right-Time
                • dylaf's avatar
                  dylaf
                  Edited 2 years ago
                  Really surprised nobody has mentioned the source of 'Deep Burnt', Freddy Hubbard's 1979 version of 'Little Sunflower' https://www.discogs.com/master/72335-Freddie-Hubbard-The-Love-Connection
                  This material was also edited later on by Theo Parrish (Ugly Edits).

                  Doesn't matter who got there 1st, 'Deep Burnt' is about as classic as 2nd generation house music get's.
                  Essential, epic, simple & spiritual, will never tire.
                  • zevulon's avatar
                    zevulon
                    I just assume by the high amount of "Owners" that most has ticked of this original pressing when the reality is, that they have a reissue. If I'd buy a copy of this 1999 original and would get any of the represses, I'd be furiously mad...
                    • freedomfries's avatar
                      freedomfries
                      Solid classic material here. I only wish there was a good digital version for sale somewhere. I lost my turntables long ago.

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