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John Morales - The M+M Mixes Volume 3 album flac Performer: John Morales
Title: The M+M Mixes Volume 3
Style: Disco, Funk, Soul
Released: 2013
Country: Japan
MP3 album: 1897 mb
FLAC album: 1535 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: MMF MPC MOD AA MP3 MIDI VOX
Genre: Funk and Soul

Subtitle: NYC Underground Disco Anthems & Previously Unreleased Exclusive Disco Mixes.

Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of John Morales presents The M & M Mixes Volume 3 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Sold Out. 1. Side Effect - Always There (John Morales M & M Mix) 09:02. 2. Jean Carn - Was That All It Was (John Morales M & M Mix) 09:56.

Dan Hartman: Vertigo/Relight My Fire 2. Diana Ross: No One Gets The Prize 3. Cher: Take Me Home 4. Three Ounces Of Love: Star Love 5. The Emotions: Don't Wanna Lose Your Love 6. Cheryl Lynn: Got To Be Real 7. Frankie Beverly: Before I Let Go 8. Eddie Kendricks: Girl You Need A Change of Mind. CD4: 1. Tom Browne: Funkin For Jamaica 2. Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes: Don't Leave Me This Way 3. Barry White: Let The Music Play 4. Level 42: Mind On You 5. Katzuma: All Night 6. Mannix: Standing Right Here 7. Hi-Tension: Hi Tension 8. MFSB: Love Is The Message. Download from free file. Скачать с помощью Mediaget. com/John Morales The M+M Mixes Vol 4 (2017).

The Jones Girls - You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else (Instrumental) (9:46) 04. Curtis Hairston - I Want Your Lovin' (Just A Little Bit) (Instrumental) (6:05) 05. John Davis & The Monster Orchestra - Up Jumped The Devil (M+M Instrumental Mix) (8:23) 06. Skyy - First Time Around (Instrumental) (8:45) 07. Raw Silk - Do It To The Music (Instrumental) (9:13) 08. Third World - Now That We Found Love (Instrumental) (9:40) 09. Marvin Gaye - I Want You (Instrumental) (8:30)

Various - The M+M Mixes Volume 3 If you're unfamiliar with John Morales, you might look at The M+ M Mixes Volume 3 and ask yourself the very reasonable question, "Who is this guy who thinks he can remix Barry White and Marvin Gaye?" The short answer is, one of the few people who can do so with any credibility.

Album · 2013 · 22 Songs. Always There (John Morales M & M Mix). You Can't Have My Love (John Morales M & M Mix). 3. Do What You Wanna Do (John Morales M & M Mix).

The duo are known for adding touches of latin percussion to their extensions and Part-A of a two part retrospect sees Morales unveil some previously unreleased M&M material

John Morales presents The M+M Mixes Volume 3, NYC Underground Disco Anthems & Previously Unreleased Exclusive Disco Mixes.

Tracklist

1-1 Barry White Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up 10:08
1-2 Side Effect Always There 9:02
1-3 Jean Carn Was That All It Was 9:55
1-4 Hamilton Affair* You Can't Have My Love 9:20
1-5 T-Connection Do What You Wanna Do 9:08
1-6 Sandy Barber I Think I'll Do Some Stepping On My Own 9:17
1-7 Johnny Hammond Fantasy 8:03
1-8 Teddy Pendergrass If You Know Like I Know 9:25
2-1 The Jones Girls You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else 10:57
2-2 Third World Now That We Found Love 9:36
2-3 Donald Byrd And The Blackbyrds* Rock Creek Park (M+M Retouch) 9:17
2-4 The Dramatics Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get 6:56
2-5 John Davis And The Monster Orchestra* Up Jumped The Devil 8:22
2-6 Teddy Pendergrass Only You 9:25
2-7 Curtis Hairston I Want Your Lovin' (Just A Little Bit) 7:41
2-8 Marvin Gaye I Want You 8:29
3-1 Loleatta Holloway Hit And Run 11:27
3-2 Mahogany Ride On The Rhythm 8:39
3-3 Instant Funk Crying 9:37
3-4 Loose Joints Is It All Over My Face? 10:08
3-5 Debbie Trusty Searchin' For Some Lovin' 8:21
3-6 Skyy First Time Around 10:18
3-7 Salsoul Orchestra* You're Just The Right Size 9:52
3-8 Raw Silk Do It To The Music 9:37

Credits

  • Edited By, Mixed By, Engineer – John Morales

Notes

Subtitle: NYC Underground Disco Anthems & Previously Unreleased Exclusive Disco Mixes

℗&© 2013 BBE Records
Made in the E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 730003121128

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BBE211CCD, BBECCDJ211 John Morales The M+M Mixes Volume 3 ‎(3xCD, Comp, Dig) BBE, Ultra-Vybe BBE211CCD, BBECCDJ211 Japan 2013
BBE211CLP John Morales The M+M Mixes Volume 3 (Part A) ‎(2x12", Comp) BBE BBE211CLP UK 2013
BBE211 John Morales The M+M Mixes Volume 3 (Part B) ‎(2x12", Comp) BBE BBE211 UK 2013
BBE211ICD John Morales The M+M Mixes Volume 3 Instrumentals ‎(2xCD, Comp) BBE BBE211ICD UK 2013
BBE211 John Morales The M+M Mixes Volume 3 ‎(2xCD, Comp, Promo) BBE BBE211 UK 2013


Comments: (4)
Shem
i am looking for a complete intrumental of this track - scott grooves played it .... bloddy genius probably made it but it was just too many instruments and JUST NO VOCALS :=0
Amhirishes
I bought this expecting to get pretty much what I got: An OK track selection, that neither excites you with any rare and undiscovered tracks, nor immediately makes you cringe because it is to much of a middle-of-the-road wedding DJ selection. Having said that, any half way decent collector will have most of these tracks already. But of course you won't have them in the format of the Previously Unreleased Exclusive Disco Mixes done by John Morales. And with regards to those mixes I got exactly what I expected:I have been collecting this kind of music for more than three decades and while there is surely some good work to be found amongst the hundreds of remix projects by John and the M+M duo, there has been a fairly sour taste left in my ears ;-) a looong time ago. If I needed to explain to anyone why I do not rate him as highly as some other remixers of similar renown I would reach for this compilation to explain it. My three main complaints: Drum sounds, drum programming and song structure. I don't know when each of these remixes were made, but regardless of their age my criticism is that the drum sounds used, especially many hi-hats, are weak and annoying. I don't know how to best describe it but they are neither "clean" but equally they are not dirty (as in funky). To me they often just sound "cheap" - which might be due to their vintage.The rhythms though, ie the drum programming, is so monotonously boring that it really takes the funk out of many of the tracks. Titles like "Now That We Found Love" or the West End classics "Ride On The Rhythm" and "Do It To The Music", to name just three, loose all their "swing" and get steam-rolled by Mr. Morales' unimaginative drum programming. There is simply no enhancement achieved by these remixes: The day I received this 3CD set I happened to also have the original Blackbyrds album in my CD changer and hearing the original "Rock Creek Park" in comparison to this "M+M Retouch" really made me wonder where the remix could have its use. I think it would feel equally out of place in a modern club amongst other tracks with fat 4-to-the-floor bass drums as it would do in a set of 80s club tracks with their original funky / jazzy vibe.My third issue with many of the mixes is the incredible length. Don't get me wrong: I don't mind an eight, ten or even fifteen minute long groove, but either you lock it in the pocket or you create a really interesting structure; listen to Dmitri's Philly Int'l remixes for good examples of the latter. To stretch everything into the 8-10 minute range without doing either is just tedious. Take John's version of Curtis Hairston's "I Want Your Lovin'" for example: Timothy Regisford and Boyd Jarvis had originally delivered a mix which gently extended the simple 3 minute pop song structure to five and a half minutes while keeping you entertained. It was enough to create a classic (with a absolutely listenable seven minute plus Dub mix on the flip!). John stretches the basic verse and chorus structure by adding a couple of boring instrumental minutes to it (of course in addition to messing up the original drum and bass sound...). The image that came up in my head was that this would be a great for any DJ to talk over and read out some number plates of people who need to move their cars because they are blocking the fire exits. Funnily enough this is the shortest track at 7:41 on the whole set. Hey, you might still hear the same tune on the sound system by the time you've moved that car. On the other hand you might decide that this dancefloor is not worth coming back to.I expect to get some flack from Morales aficionados for my opinion. Fell free to disagree.
Zehaffy
Fully agree on the Rock Creek Park bit at least. Who on earth needs a plasticky 909-is drum pattern underneath that? Please, that track doesn't need anything, no edit, no remix. It just needs to be played fu**'n LOUD!
Nidor
Well done , my thoughts exactly....(in fact my thoughts from the late 70s onwards) The drum machine parts added are so boring. A good structured classic mix should be around 05.30 - 07.00 a longer mix for home listening is just so boring most of the time. There are good mixes & rubbish mixes depending on your taste you can sort them out.........(Don`t mention Shep Pettibone !!!)