Nature Boy (Henry's Rework) (preview) by henrygreenwood published on 2013/04/09 20:25:55 +0000 AND001 – limited vinyl on A&R Edits Released: Monday 27th May, 2013 Side AA: Voice Of Nature (Reworked by Henry Greenwood) Selected by GW Cutting his teeth on the UK bar DJ circuit with gigs six nights a week, as well as being a member of production duo Casio Social Club, Henry Greenwood has nurtured an understanding of the vital ingredients required for a killer dance floor groove. From the early days of breaking both the pause buttons on his family stereo system (whilst crafting his first reworks) to spinning alongside Derrick Carter at London's disco-flavoured club night Slide, Henry is carving a razor-sharp niche in the ever-evolving re-edits movement. Here, Henry has revisited George Benson's 1977 single, 'Nature Boy', originally a Nat King Cole classic from 1948. It was a radio edit heard whilst driving that initially caught his attention, and, after hunting down the original cut, he looped up a prominent 8-bar section to forge an instrumental deep house burner. After some direction from Greg Wilson, and encouragement to reincorporate more of the vocal, his 'Voice of Nature' version was born, an early doors gem that has been a staple in Wilson's sets during recent times.