Wednesday, March 26, 2008

More From Mr. K

One of my most sought after records right now has to be Danny Krivit's 2003 un-mixed re-edit compilation "Edits By Mr. K". And Probably by the time I'm done doing blogs, I will have posted most of the entire compilation. It's some of Krivit's best work in my opinion, re-editing classic disco and soul cuts by artists' like Diana Ross, Lenny Williams, Caress, L.T.D., The Sisters Love, and many many more. Lately, however, my favorite track lately has been Krivit's edit of Betty Wright's 1974 uptempo soul classic "Where Is The Love". He successfully takes this rare soul classic and turns it up a notch, creating a very funked-out and more dancefloor friendly disco gem. Nice work, once again by the man known as Mr. K. Now if I can only get my hands on a vinyl pressing of the record.

Betty Wright - Where Is The Love (Danny Krivit Re-edit)

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jonthebeef said...

Nice. Loving this!

Will said...

a virtual mr k edits goldmine.

Logan said...

I adore Betty's output up through the late 70's - wasn't she married to a TK Disco bigwig in Miami? Her version of the Alan Toussaint tune "Shura Shura" is another burner for me, but there's probably no Krivit edit of that one. Thanks for this!
- Logan 5,