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Studio accessories. GBP My Language. Wishlist Log in to view your wishlist. Items in wishlist:. Items in cart:. He always makes me feel glad to be alive and there is such JOY in his voice. If they were the only group I had the chance to work on The Trammps I would still feel I accomplished a lot in life. What do you think of today's DJs and remixers?
It has to be something you think of seeing as Anderson Paak OBE Vol1 were so instrumental in paving the way for them. And do you have a favorite DJ? Tom Moulton : I honestly don't understand a lot of the things the remixers do. I am from the old school where the artist and the song were the star. A lot of these Re-producers have a style and Various Panorama N 3 effects that work for them and they seem to stay in that rut.
I always try to make something sound like it cost a million dollars Tom Moulton A Tom Moulton Mix Vol 2 it was well produced, You can never have to much "Class" in a mix. In all honesty I like what Dimitri Tom Moulton A Tom Moulton Mix Vol 2 Paris does in his productions another good friend of mine John Morales always adds the soulful tinge to everything he touches.
I had to really Tom Moulton A Tom Moulton Mix Vol 2 to get Tom Moulton A Tom Moulton Mix Vol 2 song on the Philadelphia Classics album. I heard it the other day when I was out and it always sends chills up my spine. I am amazed at the power that song has. It still bothers me I tricked Huff into playing that Rhodes part. When the breakdown with the Rhodes happens I get over it real quick. Tom Moulton : I have great respect for Gamble and Huff. It was Harry Chipetz who felt we would be good for each other and he was responsible for getting us together.
Harry was also the man who made my dream to work with The Trammps a reality. In fact now that I think of it, Harry was the man who would bring people together and he was responsible for a lot of groups and writing partners getting together.
He was one of the nicest people I have ever met. Tom Moulton : Tom Moulton A Tom Moulton Mix Vol 2 greatest achievement is I still care about the music and the passion is still there. Without that I am dead. Is there any significance in the magic numbers ? Because many of your mixes are that exact amount of time. The Marvelous Three The Younger Generation Rappin All Over, the specific clubs that were chosen for reporting for the chart compilation Tom Moulton : It was an accident on the time.
It happened a couple times and the songs were successful so I did it deliberately a few times. As for the charts, The black and gay clubs were the most progressive in playing new music. I Ronnie Foster Sweet Revival write an FBK Knobs Switches column it was about the "now" hot music.
Straight clubs played more of the familiar hits and songs they knew. That is the way it was back in the early s. Thank you again Tom. It has been an honor to have been able to hear your thoughts and see your undying love for music.
Tom Moulton A Tom Moulton Mix Vol 2 the author: Dayna Newman is a disco Blitz Second Empire Justice and former booking agent. She is also the creator of DVA Music, has done graphic work for many old school artists, and proud member of DiscoMusic. A big thank you to Dayna for all her hard work and willingness to conduct and share this wonderful interview with Tom Moulton.
Released between the early '70s and the early '80s, the material is rather broad, even though each one of the tracks is clearly geared for the dancefloor. There's the supreme anthem, MFSB 's "Love Is the Message": its radio edit is well short of three minutes, but the Moulton mix lasts nearly 12 minutes, allowing for an extended intro and lengthy breaks that seem increasingly relaxed and regal with each successive listen. A previously unreleased mix of Eddie Kendricks ' "Keep on Truckin'" could have plateaued and faded out after a couple minutes, but it keeps giving, building and building in intensity until dropping into a dazzling all-percussion break.
It'll be completely fresh to anyone familiar with the previously released mixes. All other edits and versions of Patti Jo Fran Ferrer Yerbabruja "Make Me Believe in You," originally written and recorded by Curtis Mayfieldplod when compared to the one here.
Even Andrea James Chance Pill Factory Grutzi Elvis Soundtrack Connection 's "More, More, More," one of the Roy Ayers Ubiquity Running Away overplayed and wrenched-of-value disco singles, seems like a pure thing of beauty in this context.
Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Tom Moulton A Tom Moulton Mix Vol 2 Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes.
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