It’s Friday . . . Let’s Lose Ourselves In Some Rather Uplifting Early House Music

Last week I stated that there would not be any repetition of the early house tracks which had previously been posted on this site.

Bugger that, these tracks deserve to be heard rather more frequently than they are in this house at least. Two of the most uplifting house tracks which has been my good fortune to hear over the years.

I’m just back from Hamsterdam and the trip and meeting was about 100 times better than I thought it was going to be, which was nice. I also came very close to having a spliff but am  proud of the fact that I resisted as it would have meant 6 years of abstinence would have went down the toilet. Did, however have an extremely funny evening, with a couple of Swedes, a few Germans, a Finn or two and an Indian,  now there is a combination for you.

When is a smoking ban not a smoking ban? When it’s the Netherlands, some bars we went into the smokers could light up and others they had to go outside. It all seemed completely arbitrary

Joe Smooth feat. Anthony Thomas – Promised Land

Sterling Void & Paris Brightledge – It’s Alright

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6 Responses to It’s Friday . . . Let’s Lose Ourselves In Some Rather Uplifting Early House Music

  1. Simon says:

    I was in Amsterdam around this time last year, but I never found a bar I could smoke in. And no smoking spliffs with tobacco in thanks to the smoking ban…what the hell is that all about??!?!?!

    I can remember the first times I heard those tunes quite vividly. Damn fine!

  2. davy h says:

    Home sweet home. House sweet House.

  3. Promised Land is THE best tune – in a certain state of mind, it takes you to utopia…

  4. wOo takes me back to the scene of many crimes:

  5. Echorich says:

    Chicago House at it's FINEST!! Such a perfect song even Pet Shop Boys sounded good recording it!!

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