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  1. 1. Adventures In Success (Dub Mix) - Will Powers 2. Back By Popular Demand (Trumpet version) - Kurtis Blow 3. Main Thing - Shot 4. Can You Handle Hit -Sharon Redd 5. On A Love Groove - Orchestra J.B.
  2. A: Warm Love (Soulsonic Mix) B: Warm Love (Latin Vibes Mix) Rhythm King UK: LEFT Nov 7" 0: The Beatmasters Featuring Claudia Fontaine A: Warm Love (The Field Hippy Mix) B: Warm Love (The Turntable Orchestra Remix) Rhythm King UK: LEFT 37 SP: Nov Special Edition 7" 0: The Beatmasters A: Dunno What It Is (About You) B: The.
  3. Warm Love (The Field Hippy Mix) B: Warm Love (The Turntable Orchestra Remix) Credits Featuring – Claudia Fontaine; Notes Purple Paper Label Other Versions (5 of 23) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; LEFT 37T: The Beatmasters: Warm Love ‎ (12") Rhythm King Records: LEFT 37T: UK: Sell This Version.
  4. Tell Me Why (Acorn Arts Bongo Mix) (as Paul Solomon) The Beatmasters - Warm Love (Single) 3 versions: Rhythm King Records: Australia Turntable Orchestra: Turntable Orchestra - You're Gonna Miss Me (A Guy Called Gerald Remix) ‎ (
  5. Miami "Day" Mix DJ Mix [Megamix] – Clubheadz* – Hot Natured & Ali Love: Benediction: – Claptone: Wrong: – Paolo Mojo Feat. Hard Ton (2) Release Yourself: – Turntable Orchestra: You're Gonna Miss Me – Wankelmut & Emma Louise (3) My Head Is A Jungle: – Submotion Orchestra: Thinking.
  6. Dec 27,  · The Beatmasters ‎– Warm Love (The Turntable Orchestra Remix) - Duration: OLD SCHOOL Recommended for you. (House Ride Mix) - Duration: OLD SCHOOL views.
  7. Later in the decade, acts like John Davis and the Monster Orchestra and the Rice and Beans Orchestra wouldn’t trouble the pop charts so much but would be massive in the clubs. The Salsoul Orchestra surfaced smack dab in the middle of the ’s and their first album, “Magic Journey” spent a whopping 46 weeks on the charts.4/5(9).
  8. This was a wonderful contrast from the Blue. Warm, rich analogue sounds. The vocals and midrange was heavenly and the bass was magnificent. However I found this cartridge suffered from being too laid back. There was no "attack" to the music found in the Blue. Also the highs were extremely soft on my RP1 and got lost in the mix.

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