Monday, July 24, 2017

Marvin Gaye VS Buzz Compass – I Want You

Marvin Gaye – I Want You (Motown)
The title cut from the 1976 released album of the name that would mark a change of direction for Marvin, switching from a Doo-Wop moody repertoire to slightly more groovy territories with the inclusion of fragments of Funk and Disco. A change which, like usual, received mixed responses by the critics back then, although nowadays considered as being a real influence in the maturation of the groove, from R&B to Neo-Soul…
Buzz Compass – I Want You (Glenview US)
Taken from the 2013 released ‘West Fulton Sessions Vol. 2’ 4 tracker, along with Eurythmics‘s ‘Put The Blame On Me’, Geoffrey Williams‘s ‘Cinderella’ and Carrie Lucas‘s ‘I Gotta Keep Dancing’, this smoothly done edit of Marvin’s classic ‘I Want You’, by the likes of Russian DJ/producer Andrey Bychenkov. A man who, since his first appearance back in 2010, has built himself a serious reputation in the world of music connoisseurs such as Terrence Parker, Giom, Sleazy Beats, Ben Sims, JKriv, Ursula 1000, and Nik Weston to name but a few…
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