Friday, August 10, 2007

A Song Worth Doing Right

Rong Music’s Lee Douglas has really been putting together some solid disco re-edits lately with his amazing edits of Eddie Kendricks' "Thanks For The Memories", Nanette Workman's "Save Me", and Belle Epoque's "Bamalama". Here is another great re-edit from Douglas, this time going under the name Douglas Sound and re-editing Teddy Pendergrass' 1979 disco funk classic "Life Is A Song Worth Singing". This edit was recently released by Roy Dank's Wurst Edits label in New York. Douglas changes the title to the appropriate, "Do Right". Regardless of the title, Douglas has once again turned a solid disco song into a new disco classic.

Douglas Sound - Do Right

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2 comments:

SoulFunkLifestyles said...

You mention Eddie Kendricks' "Thanks For The Memories."

An absolute fave. Really dig this tune.

Alot of Chi-town DJs bumpin' more soulful, underground "disco" play this cut alot. See www.bringtheheat.com for some good classic mixes.

Oh yeah, check for Billy Paul's "East" edit. It's a rare 12" single, I believe, DJ Harvey is known for playing.

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DELIO said...

Teddy Pendergrass : big voiceprint