4 TO THE FLOOR
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Distr.  : UK - Piccadilly
Style   : techno / house / disco funk /



FTTF    003     V / A : 4 TO THE FLOOR PRES. MOVIN' RECORDS             2LP     03.2017

LP 1    A1      Phase II - Reachin (Original Brotherhood Mix)
        A2      Grampa - She's Crazy (Mystipsycholix)
        B1      Cassio The Cassmaster - Getting Hot (Broad & Market Street Mix)
        B2      3 AM - I Love This Place (Original Mix)

LP 2    C1      Kamar - In Every Way (Original This Six For That Six Mix)
        C2      Rhythm Section Feat Sunday - Thrill Me (KF In The Spirit)
        D1      Dee Dee Brave - My My Lover (Original Mix)
        D2      Vicky Martin - Not Gonna Do It (Larry Patterson 12 Mix)
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FTTF    004     V / A : 4 TO THE FLOOR PRESENTS FOURTH FLOOR RECORDS    2LP     04.2017

LP 1    A1.     Fallout - The Morning After (The Aftermath)
        A2.     Royal Orchestra LTD - How Do You Say Nastee (Itsa Jazzee Rhythm)
        B1.     Arnold Jarvis - Take Some Time Out (Club)
        B2.     MODE - Get Into The Mode (Dud Mode)

LP 2    C1.     Bamboo - It's All In Your Mind (This Mix)
        C2.     Rhythm Faktor-Dream On (Organ Grinder Mix-Luke Solomon's Slight Edit)
        D1.     Love Root - Funky Emotions (Another Mix - Luke Solomon's Slight Edit)
        D2.     The Break Boys - And The Break Goes On (Westside Kick Ass Dub)

Fourth Floor was a major US player in supporting the London garage scene in the late
nineties. Originally active from 1987 - 1992, the label went into hiatus until 1997
when it was rebranded 4th Floor. Most of this compilation is taken from that first
halcyon period; track's that laid the foundations for the monolith that we would come
to know as HOUSE MUSIC. Also included on this 8-track package are some contemporary
edits from Luke Solomon of Rhythm Faktor "Dream On" and Love Root "Funky Emotions".
There's outstanding records from Royal Orchestra, M.O.D.E., Bamboo and The Break Boys.
Serving as both a top shelf entry point for neophytes AND a fully collectable set of
groundbreaking / over looked / hard to acquire numbers for the diehard fans of labels
like Movin’, Sub-Urban, Faya Combo, Soulfuric and Slip ‘n’ Slide. Luke Solomun has
saved you the effort and the hard cash required to amass a serious set of house bombs
here with not a duff one amongst the set.
https://www.piccadillyrecords.com/counter/product.php?pid=115205
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FTTFSS  029     BUNNY MACK              LET ME LOVE YOU                 12"     08.2018

        A1.     Let Me Love You
        A2.     Let Me Love You (DJ Gregory Remix)
        AA1.    Let Me Love You (Moplen Extended Discolypsomix)
        AA2.    Let Me Love You (Accapella)

An evergreen disco-funk-calypso record, Bunny Mack’s "Let Me Love You" from 1980
was the first commercial hit for the Sierra-Leone-born composer and is now available
alongside remixes by DJ Gregory and Moplen on this unmissable 12” 
https://www.piccadillyrecords.com/counter/product.php?pid=124616
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