Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Don't Leave Me this Way

One of the highlights of the past few Wednesday night's, at the Havana (STUDIO!), have been the night's closing track, which has been a Dimitri From Paris extended edit of Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes's 1975 soul classic "Don't Leave Me this Way". Every week I play it and I constantly get people asking me what the track is and how much they love it. This amazing re-edit is the final track on Dimitri From Paris' 2002 mix compilation After The Playboy Mansion, as well as being included in the vinyl-only release After The Playboy Mansion (Uplifting Selection) LP which consists of some of the compilations highlights unmixed. And because it's Wednesday, I thought it would be apropriate in sharing. Enjoy!

Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Don't Leave Me this Way (Dim's Re-Edit)

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melenie said...

i think i'm more partial to thelma's version ;)

Anonymous said...

when i had the privilege of seeing dmitri @ coachella, he busted that out and OH MY GOD it rocked...he's of the best sets there.