Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Street Corner Symphony



The dudes over at DJ History blessed the world with another stellar reissue. This time they dug up London's Street Corner Symphony, a mid 90's deep house supergroup. Here's a little info from the label...

DJHistory.com has just released an ace compilation of early 90's London deep house by Street Corner Symphony. For those of who aren't familiar with them it was a project helmed by Glen Gunner, a face on the early suburban house scene, with keyboards by Pete Z (Idjut Boys, Ray Mang etc). Harvey also contributed percussion and mixes to a number of the songs.

They were kind enough to bless us with this deeeeeep 14 minute percussion excursion. It's all about the disco swells around the 11 minute mark! If you like what you hear, pick up the full album here and a supersized version here.

Street Corner Symphony - Street Corner Symphony
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1 comment:

Peter PleasureCruise said...

nice!!! lost in the groove.