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Dedication - Let Me Rock You / Pito Deep


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Artista Dedication
Titolo Let Me Rock You / Pito Deep
Supporto 12inch
Etichetta Claremont 56
Data di Rilascio 04.11.2016
Paese GB 
Genere Disco, Nu Disco

Disponibilità: Non disponibile

15,00 €


Well over a decade has passed since the birth of Dedication, Mikey Yamada and Felix Dickinson's collaborative band. The project was born way back in 2005, during one of Dickinson's frequent DJing trips to the Far East. While staying in Japan, the Cynic Records boss found himself in Yamada's studio, alongside new friend Tsuyoshi Kosuga (a bassist and guitarist most famous for his work as part of Cro-Magnon), and arpenter-turned-keyboard wizard Botch. The name Dedication was borrowed from the clothing brand Yamada had been eveloping for some time. Felix took the recording of that frst session back to the UK, where Kyle Chandler (his partner in Foolish and Sly) added some vocals. That track, 'It's A edication' was released on Cutting Edge in Japan the following year. Since then, Dedication material has slipped out frustratingly infrequently, a refection of the occasional nature of their recording sessions. Aside from a high profle - and well received - 12' on DFA in 2014 ('I Ain't Gonna Tell You', which was backed with a scorching rework by DJ Kaos), the outft's output has been limited to a handful of tracks on hard-to-fnd compilations. Here, two of those in-demand compilation cuts appear on 12' for the frst time, via Claremont 56, the long-running label operated by Dickinson's old friend Paul 'Mudd' Murphy. On the A you'll fnd the sublime 'Let Me Rock You', a track that frst emerged on Jason Kincade's Mangiami collection, a tribute to the legendary NYC bar-turned-midweek party venue of the same name. Tactile, groovy and emotion-rich, the track sounds like a long lost, late '80s remix by Frankie Knuckles - perhaps the Godfather of House's legendary reworks of Womack & Womack's 'Missing Persons Bureau', and Chaka Khan's 'Ain't Nobody' - with Botch's fuid piano solos recalling the similarly superb work of Satoshi Tomie. It's little less than a dreamy, wide-eyed dancefoor hug. On the fip you'll fnd 'Pito Deep', a track named after a deep underwater trench that was recorded after Dedication's band members swapped instruments. Powered by a headline- grabbing synth bassline, tidal guitar fourishes, crunchy Clav lines and spacey synth solos, the track has been in demand since it frst appeared on Mule Music's CD-only The Defnitive Japanese Scene compilation way back in 2009. Finally, this winding chunk of deep disco brilliance has fnally made it to wax.
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