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Giovana / Morris Wilson - Gi's Tata (Scrimshire Re-Edit) / Mo's Delight (Scrimshire Re-Edit) Album

Giovana / Morris Wilson - Gi's Tata (Scrimshire Re-Edit) / Mo's Delight (Scrimshire Re-Edit) Album
Title:
Gi's Tata (Scrimshire Re-Edit) / Mo's Delight (Scrimshire Re-Edit)
Performer:
Giovana / Morris Wilson
Style:
Soul, Afrobeat, African
Released:
29 Jul 2016
Catalog:
DP017
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
1504 mb
FLAC album size:
1875 mb
Genre:
Label:
Wah Wah Dubplates

Tracklist


1Morris WilsonMo's Delight (Scrimshire Re-Edit)4:27
2GiovanaGi's Tata (Scrimshire Re-Edit)4:20


Credits


  • RemixScrimshire


Notes


Note from press release:
"(Scrimshire's) re-work of the 1975 Brazilian obscurity 'Tatarue' by Giovana aims both barrels firmly at the dancefloor, while his extended edit of the Morris Wilson's version of 'Rappers Delight', entitled 'Bebopper's Delight', thankfully extends the original's 1'35" length with some typically Scrimshire twists and turns along the way."

Hand stamped white labels. Limited pressing.

The original versions can be found on Giovana - Quem Tem Carinho Me Leva and Morris Wilson - Fantasy Island.

'Official' release date quoted as 29/07/16, though copies purchased online were sent out up to two weeks prior to this date.


Album


Morris Wilson. Над релизом работали. Remix Scrimshire. e-mail reminder. If this item in stock, then you will get an infomation E-Mail Please login to reserve out-of-stock items. The next instalment in the Dubplate series sees our very own Scrimshire step up to the plate for the fifth time. Sorry, something went wrong. Related tracks. View all. 6,647 Shazams. Open in. Music Video. Similar Songs. Mo's Delight Scrimshire Re-E. You have to be logged in to write a review or rate. No review available for this item. Scrimshire - Two Nights In Tunisia With. Gi's Tata takes us back to Brazil 1975 as Giovana's Tatarue is given the four-to-the-floor stomp it deserves with full attention placed on the salubrious slap bass. Flip for an equally delightful homage to Rapper's Delight by skat-singer Morris Wilson. Driven by a light summery house beat, the drop guarantees knowing and appreciative looks as an over-played cliche suddenly gets a whole new lease of life. Make no mistakes, Scrimshire is on fire this year

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