Monday, July 13, 2009

Soft Chocolate Love

Over the past few years, Soft Rocks have been releasing some solid disco re-edit records, with their most recent being the Chocolate Love EP 2. Even though there are definitely many great edits of theirs to choose from, my personal favorite is probably their 2006 re-edit of Margaret Cowie's rare version of the popular D.C. LaRue disco classic "Cathedrals". The has an overall "French-lounge-disco" feel to it, much like something from Dr. Buzzard's Original Savanna Band. Overall, another solid re-edit by the Soft Rocks crew, whom always seem to hunt down some of the rariest songs to manipulate. Enjoy!

Soft Rocks - Cathedrals


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3 comments:

Thurston Howell III said...

Who is Margaret Cowie?

There doesn't seem to be much about her on the net.

She sounds like the "poor woman's Liza Minnelli"!

Nevertheless, an interesting selection. I'll put this one in rotation on the stereo on my boat in Kefalonia, in about 3 weeks!

Kid Who said...

great track, thanks

Anonymous said...

this is nice