Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Could Heaven Ever Be Like This

This past Saturday I was fortunate to catch Maurice Fulton deejay at 222 Hyde. He played an incredible set of mostly disco and boogie gems to a small, however packed crowd. One of my favorite tracks that he played was Idris Muhammad's 1977 disco classic "Could Heaven Ever Be Like This". I hadn't heard anyone play this song out for awhile, therefore it inspired me to re-post the funky classic. Fulton dropped this gem near the end of his set, and it's heavy mid-tempo groove was the perfect cool-down song right before he closed out his set with a couple more uptempo disco cuts. Overall, the song was just one of the many great tracks that Maurice Fulton included in his very impressive set. Enjoy!

Idris Muhammad - Could Heaven Ever Be Like This



Also, as an added bonus, here is a superb re-edit of the track by
Leftside Wobble. Over the past few years, I've really become a fan of this person's re-edits.

Idris Muhammad - Could Heaven Ever Be Like This (Leftside Wobble Edit)


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4 comments:

professor Eddy said...

I discovered the original on 'Choice' from Louis Vega. A very good track, but the edit is even better! Good old Greg Wilson uses it in his sets, for instance. Check the website of Leftside Wobble for more cool edits.

Anonymous said...

Nothing beats the original version. A true gem. Now if only I can find it on 12 inch ... :-)

patrick said...

might be my favorite disco track of all time, it's epic, but thanks for sharing the edit, i've never heard it. still it's hard to top the original.

chris said...

http://soundcloud.com/toffeecookies/morning-in-march-mixtape