April 24, 2013 in Ananda Project, Anthony Nicholson, Avery Sunshine, Barbara Tucker, Black Shampu, Blaze, Carolyn Victorian, Cevin Fisher, Charlotte Hunt, Chris Brann, Daishi Dance, DJ Kawasaki, DJ Oji, DJ Roland Clark presents Urban Soul, Doreen Younglove, Eastside Movement, Hanna Hais, Hippie Torrales, Ivan Iacobucci, Kerri Chanlder, Kiko Navarro, Kimara Lovelace, King Street Sounds, Lavette, Lenny Fontana, Mr.V, Roy Davis Jr., Satoshi Tomiie, Soul Movement, Sunshine Jones, The Freemasons, Tiger Stripes, Timmy Regisford, Tomo Inoue, UDAUFL, Ultra Nate, X Fade
Title: Classic House Grooves: Mixed By Daishi Dance & DJ Kawasaki
Artist: Various Artists
Release Date: April 22, 2013
Label: King Street Sounds
Cat#: KSD 219
Available At Beatport
Two of the top djs and House producers in Japan, Daishi Dance & DJ Kawasaki step out of the King St/Nite Grooves vault with an armful of fierce classics & neo-classic jams. They get their regular fill of playing for large crowds on the mainland where Daishi Dance holds residency at some of Tokyo’s biggest clubs like ageHa, Womb, and Precious Hall in Sapporo, Hokkaido. Likewise, Kawasaki, whose repertoire is a crossover between House & Jazz, also has a residency at Club Room in Tokyo. On this digital album, their styles shine through as they lay down 26 of some of the finest tunes to ever hit the dance floor in the last 20 years. They’ve included some of their own cool production work like Kawasaki‘s original release “Blazin’,” his remix of Ananda Project feat. Avery Sunshine‘s “Stalk You,” and Daishi Dance‘s remix of Roland Clark presents Urban Soul‘s “Life Time.” They also throw in a massive set of classics like the Roy Davis Dub and DJ Pierre 1994 original of “Good & Plenty Love” by X Fade feat. Lavette, Satoshi Tomiie‘s mix of Ultra Nate‘s 1995 hit “Party Girl (Turn Me Loose),” and David Morales‘ Def Club Mix of “Glory Glory” Ananda Project feat.Terrance Downs released in 2000. No King St classic comp would be complete without Blaze presents Underground Dance Artists United For Life feat. Barbara Tucker‘s “Most Precious Love,” here with the Freemason‘s “Proper” Club Mix, Lenny Fontana presents Eastside Movement‘s “Inner City,” and Timmy Regisford Shelter Anthem mix of “When Can Our Love Begin” by Kimara Lovelace. Original tunes by Kiko Navarro, Sunshine Jones, Anthony Nicholson, Ivan Iaccobucci and others are also in the mix. Take a listen and be captivated by some new & classic catalog.