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Rocco Raimundo - Keep On Keepin On

House of Disco Records on July 25, 2012 15:29

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His music may be fitting for the perfect massage or romantic candle-lit dinner, possibly even responsible for the creation of countless offspring around the world, but Rocco Raimundo is both unashamed and inspired by what his musical talents can often induce.

Australian born, but clearly Italian Casanova by name and nature, The Prodigal Son of Funk has a gift for furnishing our senses with sexy, sensuous and soulful beats. His mix tapes have reputedly salvaged more failing relationships than Dear Deirdre, while his own productions are the epitome of modern day audible erotica.

Too much? Well, you and your diminishing box of tissues had better leave the room then. Rocco’s latest ‘On The Rocks’ EP, served up on the ever-flourishing House of Disco label, is nothing short of the perfect amorous soundtrack - four stunning reworks that will get your labido hornier than James Brown on an aphrodisiac.

First up is ‘Keep On Keeping On’ turning idle small talk into welcomed Whispers. Up next is ‘Love Glow’ which pays homage to The Pendletons’ ‘Waiting On You’, turning this rare 7” classic into a slow jam that’s ready for the long haul.

Then to really get the juices going is ‘Go On And Fly’, a beautiful mid-temp reincarnation of Les McCann & Eddie Harris’ ‘Go On And Cry’, again highlighting Rocco’s love for orchestral compositions. By this stage you should be wearing only underwear and a roused smile. And if ever there was a better way to reach the apex of passion, then surely ‘Night Moves’ is it – consummating a rather fine display all round.

Released by: House of Disco Records
Release/catalogue number: HOD005


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