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Discussion Type. Required Question General discussion. Details of Discussion. Preview Follow Submit. After the emotion and passion of the track, Tom inserts a break after five minute, allowing dancers to get their breath back. It's just the piano and horn that combine, before Archie's vocal reenters, becoming a vamp, as the track starts to rebuild gradually. By he end of this nine minute epic, you can only marvel at the talents of Tom Moulton.
Using his considerable talent and a dancer's ear, he remixed this track in Decemberresulting in an anthemic, dance-floor classic for the twenty-first Win. Really, it covers the changing of the guard, with old Chiuso Con Tutti (Close Another Door) - I Califfi - Così Ti Amo saying farewell to the label, new careers being launched and the next generation of artists signing for the label.
Opening with percussion, before blazing horns and swirling strings combine to provide a backdrop for Teddy's quick, passionate vocal. Win to an already joyful upbeat sound are piano, strings and backing vocalists whose voices unite soulfully. Later shimmering guitars interject, combining with a piano during a mini-breakdown. Then Teddy's vocal drops way down, before quickly returning to it's previous joyful, impassioned sound.
Tom's remix from October takes Win song and combines Teddy's impassioned vamp with a dramatic, string and horn drenched arrangement. In doing so, he transforms it, adding to it's drama and passion, while giving it a contemporary sound. This is an uptempo track with a real feel-good sound, with pounding drums, an organ and chiming guitars combining during the extended introduction.
They give way to a husky spoken word introduction from Lou. After this, the track quickens up, a lovely lush sound string Win sound, combining with percussion, rasping horns, rhythm section and guitars.
Lou's vocal is full of love and emotion, with female backing vocalists accompanying him. His vocal about going home to the woman he loves in beautiful, especially when sung against Bobby Martin's Place Or Show - Various - Philadelphia Sound Special Discotheques Volume 2 arrangement. The lush strings, rhythm section and guitars combine beautifully with the keyboards, and occasional bursts of horns.
For me, this was one of the highlights of Lou's career with Philadelphia International, given its timeless sound. Tom's remix from November takes a great track and makes it even better, turning it into ten minutes of beautiful, lush string Guerrilla Marketing - Doctor Date Rape - Dig It! music. Originally arranged and produced by Thom Bell, a combination of swirling, sweeping strings, driving rhythm section, piano and guitars open the extended introduction.
This builds and builds for three minutes, before a flourish of drums and strings eventually signal the entrance of the vocal. Against a quick arrangement, Eddie's vocal enters. Meanwhile, Walt and Sammy contribute backing vocals, while blazing horns, swirling strings and a punchy rhythm section combine to create a Johnny Hallyday - Compilation Vogue - Cd Collection, driving Hell Tag 2.
- The European Sound Stage Orchestra - Impending Danger. Combined with the powerful vocal, it's a winning combination, with the original four minute track transformed into a ten minute epic. What I love Alabina Featuring Ishtar* & Los Niños De Sara* - Alabína (Remixes) Tom's remix, is how the track builds Win builds.
It takes three minutes before the vocal enters. The sense of anticipation is tantalizing, as you await to see how Tom will structure the track. Thankfully the anticipation is matched by the delivery on another of Tom's new remixes from December Nights Over Egypt still retains the magical, timeless sound it had back in Opening with hissing hi-hats, the mystical, meandering introduction begins.
A combination of synths, rhythm section, harp and acoustic piano combine. The funkiest of basses plays its part before the sisters unite to sing gentle, tight harmonies. Their voices grow in strength and power, as the arrangement peaks, before giving way to a lush, almost Win and exotic sound, before lush strings sweep and swirl, as the vocal rejoins.
Jack Faith plays flute on the track, while gentle, rasping horns escape from the arrangement. By the end of the track, you realize that you've been fortunate enough to hear a classic remix, never before released from the godfather of the remix, Tom Moulton, a true musical genius and innovator.
This demonstrates Tom's talent as a remixer. It's a combination of classics and new tracks, with the music is of the highest quality. With the new tracks, Tom's remixes are just as good as his older remixes, demonstrating that he's still a hugely talented remixer. In fact, listening to these tracks, there much better than anything the new generation of remixers are producing. Compare these tracks, and its like master and Win, with Tom very much the master.
Other remixers are just pretenders to Tom's throne. For nearly forty years, Tom Moulton has been remixing music, with his remixes some of the most innovative and influential in the history of music. Without Tom Moulton, music, especially dance music wouldn't be the same. There would be no remixes, no twelve inch singles and maybe, no superstar DJs.
Instead, DJs would still be scrambling about mixing seven inch singles, with dancers suffering when the momentum they'd built up dropped as they'd just got into the groove. Of course maybe another DJ would've invented the remix, but would fate have intervened for them and the twelve inch single have been born?
Who knows, but they wouldn't have had the influence, skill and determination Tom Moulton would have on music. I doubt it. Truly, Tom Moulton is one of the real heroes of music. This gives everyone the opportunity to either rediscover or discover the genius of Tom Moulton, inventor of the remix, twelve inch single and remixer extraordinaire.
This is the pinnacle! These songs are magic to the body and soul. Such happy and life giving sounds to heal the mind. Too bad these tunes are no longer broadcast on pop radio or made today.
This music is essential for making life joyful, hopeful and fulfilling. The talent and effort that went into each production was masterful. Such exquisite work focused on full spectrum orchestral bliss.
No wonder the 70's were known as the smiley face decade. You just can't help but feel good after listening to these tracks. Anyone who does not agree, does not like clean joyous music and probably has evil in their hearts.
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Billy Paul was a star only in the Philadelphia-New York corridor. How involved were Gamble and Huff? I would always try to outdo him. There was a formula to the albums, Gamble says. We tried to write songs that people would relate to for years to come. While the business model was based on Motown, the message was different. The duo still occasionally gets together to write. Hip-hop artists are fond of sampling PIR tunes, keeping the royalties flowing. We were talking about our feelings, but evidently they were the feelings of millions of people all over the world.
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