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The big apple bites back : New York house & remix culture

Contains:
  • 1. Everyman [Joe Claussell remix] / Double Exposure
  • 2. Let no man put asunder [Frankie Knuckles remix] / First Choice
  • 3. Ain't no mountain high enough [Larry Levan remix] / Inner Life
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Backbeats; 17
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Publisher:
Demon, 2010
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Livin' the night life : 80s New York garage classics

Contains:
  • 1. I like (What you're doing to me) / Young & Company
  • 2. Weekend / Class Action
  • 3. You don't know [remix] / Serious Intention
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Publisher:
Demon, 2009
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Saturday house fever : 90s garage anthems

Contains:
  • 1. Victim of love / Gary Vonquest
  • 2. How do you see me now? / Extortion
  • 3. Baby love (Asja Iman) / Cassio
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Demon, 2009
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Soul steppin' : 80s soulful steppers

Contains:
  • 1. All about the paper / The Dells
  • 2. Fan the fire / The Impressions
  • 3. When I'm gonna find true love / Patti Labelle
In series:
Backbeats; 10
Publisher:
Demon, 2009
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Gimme a break : 70s breakbeats & future samples

Contains:
  • 1. Schoolboy crash / Average White Band
  • 2. I can't stop / John Davis
  • 3. Are you my woman (Tell me so) / The Chi-Lites
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Publisher:
Demon, 2009
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Boogie's gonna getcha : 80s New York boogie

Contains:
  • 1. Share the night / World Premier
  • 2. Please don't break my heart / The Affair
  • 3. Main thing / Shot
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Publisher:
Demon, 2009

Ian Dewhirst on Wikipedia

Ian Dewhirst (born 17 October 1936 – 20 January 2019) was an accredited local historian, author and public speaker from Keighley, West Yorkshire. He appeared on television programmes, and contributed to newspapers and magazines.

Dewhirst has written countless books about Yorkshire; many being based on the history of his town. He wrote a weekly column entitled 'Memory Lane' in the towns' newspaper, The Keighley News. Subsequently, he has af…

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