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20 Years of Joey Negro Mixed by Grant Nelson
by Various Artists
Unsure of an act name for the track Dave made up a spoof alter ego from two records he had next too his desk at work - Pal Joey and J Walter Negro - it wasn’t something he anticipated would be used for more than that one track let alone the next 20 years…
This new “20 Years of Joey Negro” album celebrates the best of Joey’s productions over his career with Grant Nelson drafted in to mix the tracks.
It’s a trip through Joey’s superb house catalogue and is rammed with instantly recognisable classics from the seminal disco-funk of "Can't Get High Without U", Grant Nelson’s remix of "Forever Together" through to the collaborative remix of Masters At Work and India’s "Backfired" and the acid-soul of Akabu’s "I'm Not Afraid Of The Future".
Even though each of Dave Lee’s alias’s have their own distinct identities there is still the trademark sounds of funk, disco, soul, house and garage throughout which all scream "Joey Negro".
"20 Years of Joey Negro" is a brilliant look back through some of the finest dance music to come out of the UK in the past two decades but add the fact that it’s all down to one man and it quite simply beggars belief. We can all raise a glass, then, to "20 Years of Joey Negro".
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