Eternal City feat. Orlando Johnson - Come Back To Me (Hadogy Records) by 8DPromo published on 2012/03/14 19:15:31 +0000 Coming soon on Hadogy Records ------------------------------------------------------------------ Come Back To Me (Haldo Remix) Come Back To Me (Gianni Sponti Remix) Come Back To Me (Mod Floor Remix) Come Back To Me (Rey Pedroso Remix) Come Back To Me (Philip G. Original Mix) Hadogy Records is a new label spearheaded by renowned Italian DJ Haldo. Haldo has a lengthy production resumé, contributing top tracks and remixes to the likes of Transport Recordings, Conya, Adaptation Music, and his own Proceed Records. With this debut release on Hadogy, Haldo joins fellow Italian DJ Gianni Sponti and musician Dom Scuteri to form Eternal City. Their individual experiences on the scene are impressive: Dom created Lemon Records in the 80's and had chart success with his Black Connection and Time Passing projects, Gianni is an accomplished DJ and supervisor for various compilations including the La Maison series, and Haldo has been prolifically working with some of house music's best, including remixes for legendary names like Tony Humphries and Victor Simonelli. The track "Come Back To Me" features the vocals of a legend in his own right, Orlando Johnson. Orlando has been producing and singing on classic records since the late 70's and is an integral player in Italian dance music history. "Come Back To Me" is presented here in multiple versions, all which excel in part due to Orlando's powerful, soulful vocals. All of the Eternal City members contribute: Haldo supplies a charged, kinetic dance floor version, Mod Floor (AKA Dom Scuteri) gives the track a pulsing, big room flavor with transformed and effected vocals, and Gianni Sponti provides a deep, dark bump with tribal percussive elements in his mix. In addition, DJ Rey Pedroso, who began spinning disco records in the late 70's and is a member of Orchestra Industrial Automatica, remixes "Come Back To Me" into a sparse, strictly after-hours track with a slinky low-end and a solid, deep dance floor drive. The most striking version, however, comes courtesy of Philip G. (AKA Philip Greenwill), a Rome-based producer obsessed with Detroit's Tamla-Motown sound. Philip G.'s version lovingly embraces this retro sound, transforming "Come Back To Me" into a 60's soul stomper worthy of The T.A.M.I. Show. All in all, it's an impressive debut for Hadogy Records and certainly whets the appetite for things to come.