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Get Down Edits Vol 4 [Vinyl] Out Now

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    Get Down Edits Return With There 4th Vinyl Release,
    Get Down Edits Vol 4 Available Now to Buy At Juno Records
    Tracks By Get Down Edits, Fingerman & Deadly Sins

    A1 - Get Down Edits - S`Punk [Deo`s Groove]
    A2 - Fingerman - Too Much

    B1 - Get Down Edits - Heaven Sent
    B2 - Deadly Sins - I Left My Heart

    Piccadilly Record`s Review

    "Get Down Edits" return with "Vol 4" in the series with all killer no filler disco edit biznizz from "Get Down Edits", "Fingerman" and "Deadly Sins". Up first, Get Down Edit's head honcho flips the "Bob James" "Spunky" into a relentlessly bouncing midtempo disco house gem. It keeps all the wonderful rhodes noodles, but lets the 4/4 take the lead for when the dancefloor isn't ready for some beatless and rough Detroit action. Up next, oh my word, "Gregg Holmes", aka "Fingerman", put his finger (hehe!) and looped up "Luther Vandross" to devastating effect. "Too Much" is one of the naughtiest edits I've heard in a long time, the way that guitar lick rolls over one of the fattest bottom ends this side of the Grand National keeps your head nodding for days before Gregg lets the original play out.
    If "S'Punk" was GDE's peak time number, "Heaven Sent" is the after hours jam. On this one "Stanley Clarke" gets put through the wringer for some early morning heavy boogie, sublime. "Deadly Sins" are given the unenviable task of closing a stella release and do it in fine form. "I Left My Heart" is a groove driven disco rub of Ned Doheny's "To Prove My Love", now with a bigger bump and all those sultry touches from the original intact!

    Released by: Get Down Edits
    Release/catalogue number: GDE004
    Release date: Apr 1, 2013


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