- Joined on February 6, 2007
Listen to the last radio show on RaBe, 95.6
Born in 1962, active as DJ between 1979 and 1983. After all these years I still prefer the rougher and more bumping boogie tracks of these days. Although these mostly US American releases were hard to get in Europe I was and I am still after them.
Right now I am fascinated of the obscure Funk/Disco/Boogie secenes we didn't know antything from at the time, like Nigeria or Egypt.
<i>Yes, it's me</i>
This is another example of a rather strange track selection for a 7" single.
The A-Side, which should be the bigger hit, is a nice soul ballad, a vocal downtempo track, but nothing spectacular at all. Songs like these were usually used as filler for an ... See full review
The A-Side of Step Off with vocals from Junior and the voice of Nuff Juice is somewhat similar to Junior biggest success "Mama Used To Say" and even more "Communication Breakdown" from 1983. Of course there are new elements in the song, but it's a solid ... See full review