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Don't Stop
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Don't Stop (12")
Cat: TKD 13070. Rel: 03 Jul 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Ish - "Don't Stop" (9:23)
  2. John Tropea - "Livin' In The Jungle" (6:42)
Get On Down (Medlar mix part I & II)
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Cat: TKD 13063. Rel: 05 Sep 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Get On Down (Medlar mix part 1) (5:53)
  2. Get On Down (Medlar mix part 2) (6:26)
Review: Way ahead of his time, King Sporty was in a league of his own when it came to Jamaican disco funk: "Get On Down" sounded nothing short of future in 1979. It still does today for that matter, but that hasn't stopped Wolf Music maestro Medlar extending it into an epic two-part suite for the iconic TK Disco. Removing nothing from the original at all and simply toughening the drums and adding occasional dubby reverb drops, our full attention is squared on the natural ease and flow of Sporty's house-like sense of groove. A very wholesome edit.
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Do What You Wanna Do
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Do What You Wanna Do (12" Nachpressung)
Cat: TKD 13061. Rel: 18 Sep 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. T Connection - "Do What You Wanna Do" (Kon Keep It Movin mix) (8:09)
  2. T Connection - "Do What You Wanna Do" (Kons groove) (5:05)
  3. Jimmy McGriff - "Tailgunner" (Todd Terje edit) (6:51)
Review: Re-issue of the TK Disco classic from 1977 and it still sounds as awesome as ever. Particularly if when you get two dons of the current scene to edit it. On the A side Boston's Kon gets on board to give it two fine re-edits. The "Kon Keep It Movin' mix" clocks in at just over eight minutes and works the track main hooks for a lot longer on this cleverly executed an essential edit for any serious DJs box. "Kon's Groove" is a more condensed version of the previous and great modern revision of the track. On the flip we've got none other than Todd Terje, giving Jimmy McGriff's classic "Tailgunner" a tasty re-edit too. The classic from 1977 gets its epic Hammond Jazz organ solo extended over nearly seven minutes of glory!
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Why Can't We Live Together
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Cat: TKD 13062. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Why Can't We Live Together (original) (4:39)
  2. Why Can't We Live Together (LNTG No More Work rework - Late Night Tuff Guy edit) (7:01)
Review: Last year, legendary disco label T.K released a pair of 12" singles featuring fresh Todd Terje reworks of classic material from K.C & The Sunshine Band. It was such a success that they've decided to repeat the exercise, recruiting Aussie rework specialist Late Night Tough Guy to breathe new life into Timmy Thomas' impassioned anti-war record and the recent subject of sped-up sampling by Drake, "Why Can't We Live Together". Typically, his version is built around a lolloping, disco-friendly house groove, onto which the original record's killer organs and vocals sit. It's tastefully done and hugely playable, of course, though some disco DJs will still prefer to reach for Thomas' impeccable original. Handily, T.K has included that heartfelt slice of soul brilliance on the A-side.
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Free Bass
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Free Bass (12")
Cat: TKD 13071. Rel: 17 Jul 17
Funk
  1. Wizzdom - "Free Bass" (7:28)
  2. Jimmy Bo Horn - "Is It In" (3:53)
  3. Herman Kelly - "Life A Refreshing Love" (6:39)
Review: TK Disco flashbacks are always welcome at Juno HQ: Here we find some of the label's later cuts in the form two 1980s jams: Wizzdom's 1980 bass-slapping, face-shaking boogie jam "Free Bass" and the funkier, more disco-aligned (and brilliantly titled) "Is It In". Completing the release is Herman Kelly & Life's "A Refreshing Love". Not originally released on TK, it landed on Electric Cat in 1978, but it provides sweet closure and context. Stripping back the groove and energy, it's a sublime sunny side soul piece that's still played heavily by DJs such as Scrimshire, Ash Walker and Andrew Ashong. Beautiful.
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