Thursday, September 06, 2007

Fat Pot o' Gold

Bill Brewster, proprietor of DJ History & author of 'Last Night A DJ Saved My Life' is also one half of edit don's Fat Camp. Bill & Paul Theo Noble have put their distinctive touch to a number of great tracks by some great artists including Steely Dan, The Jacksons, Larry Mcgee (posted on ANOE here) and more, giving them an extra free wheeling bounce. I'm truly delighted to hand over this one given to me by Bill though I don't know who the original is by and couldn't wait to find out before sharing it with you loyal readers. That slow building Disco groove is pure heaven to these ears and the vocal (is that Darth Vador?) has a great message. I couldn't help spotting the irony as we South Africans are referred to as the Rainbow Nation (now there's a bit of government hard sell).. Don't skip this...

Note: The original is by Cubby St. Charles from a Salsoul Records 1979 release which u can see here - thanks for this Bill

Fat Camp - Where The Rainbows End

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

hi Chris,
this looks really cool, but a dead link right now, will try later,
peace. Mellow Jonny.

christopher keyz said...

sorry about this - divshare are driving me nuts.... i hope they sort this soon...

Ben Shaw said...

Just FYI, the sample is from the DJ Bobby mix of Cubby St Charles' "Party" (on Salsoul records).

Keep putting the tracks up!

All the best,

Ben

christopher keyz said...

Hey Ben - thanks for the heads up on that, I wasnt sure which version it was..