September 24, 2010
So yes myself & JJ Marley are bringing the one & only Greg Wilson to Tampa, Fl. for the first time! It's gonna be a full on Roller Boogie Jam at Czar in Ybor City!! Bring your roller skates or rent from the club cause it's gonna be a mad fall affair! Also playing Sleazy Mcqueen (Whisky Disco/Orlando), Will Renaurt (Electric Pickle/Miami), JJ Marley, and Chang Bang! Plus Fall Fashion show by Custo Barcelona! For more info check out our Facebook Event Page.
More info on Greg Wilson:
YOU TUBE: www.youtube.com/user/electrofunkrootsuk
Here's Greg's latest live mix from BESTIVAL 11.09.10
BESTIVAL 11.09.10 (greg wilson live mix) by gregwilson
Greg back in the 80s on TV!!
Greg now in action!!
One of Greg's master edits!!
Old school track I did back in 1997, this was Jask's first remix to be pressed on vinyl, intro by Kenji. I have a couple of vinyl pressings still, hit me up if you want me to send you a promo. DJS ONLY! Must pay for shipping.
Dj Chang - "Yellow Sun (Jask's Thai Hot Remix)" by ChangBang
Cory Daye - "Pow Wow (11 Inches of Chang Bangin Edit Victory!) by ChangBang
Edited it out to 11 mINUTES, added a Madonna drop..
With her light, airy vocals, Bronx-born Cory Daye helped to transform Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band into one of the most exciting bands of the late-'70s disco era. Creating some of the earliest disco recordings, Daye and Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band skillfully mixed big band, swing, jump blues, Broadway tunes, and Caribbean influences into their infectious dance music.
Leaving Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band to pursue a solo career, Daye found immediate success. Fueled by a double-sided 12" hit single, "Green Light" and "Pow Wow," her debut solo album, Cory and Me, attained gold status.
Set back by the collapse of disco, Daye joined Kid Creole & the Coconuts in the early '80s, singing on their 1982 album, Tropical Gangsters, and appearing as a guest vocalist on their 1995 album, To Travel Sideways.
Resuming her solo career, Daye recorded a pair of 12" singles, "City Nights" b/w "Manhattan Cafes" in 1986 and "Middle of the Night in 1987. Since the early 2000s, she has worked with writer/producer Coati Mundi. ~ Craig Harris, Rovi