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90s House Music Classics by Party Favorz

Tune into the “90s House Music Classics” channel for a deep dive into the soulful world of House Music. Spanning the late 80s through the 90s, this channel offers non-stop mixes of the era’s top dance songs, from deep house grooves to the uplifting anthems that defined dance floors. It’s a journey through a time when House Music was not just a genre, but a movement, capturing the essence of rhythm and community. Relive the classic sounds that still resonate in today’s music scene.


Exploring the 90s House Music Classics: Volume 6 – A Vibrant Journey Through 1998-1999
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187:54 10/2/21
Ultimate 90’s House Classics: Volume 5 – Dance Party Hits of 1998-1999
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319d7bf4 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319d7bf4 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319d7bf4"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319d7bf4"); } Volume 5 of the Ultimate 90's House Classics series from Party Favorz is more than just a playlist; it's a masterful collage of party house classics that defined the closing years of the 20th century. This particular journey from 1998 - 1999, steps beyond the borders of mainstream progressive house, unlocking a treasure trove of musical creativity that continues to inspire the dance floors of today. Remember "Music Sounds Better With You" by Stardust? This iconic track gave birth to several mashups, including Madonna's live concert sensation, the "Holiday" mashup. Then there's the infectious groove of "Get Get Down" by Paul Johnson, the gritty pulse of "Bodyrock" by Moby, and the timeless melody of "9PM (Til I Come)" by ATB – a track that laid the foundation for this year's hit "Your Love (9PM)" by Topic & A7S. From "Better Off Alone" by Alice Deejay, which has been resurrected in recent mashups, to the bouncy Eurodance rhythm of "2 Times" by Ann Lee, Volume 5 curates a thrilling ride through the dance hits that shaped a generation. How about "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" by Eiffel 65? Or "King Of My Castle" by Wamdue Project? These tracks, among others, capture the euphoria of an era that reshaped dance music. What makes Volume 5 truly special is the seamless blend of diverse hits that, on paper, might seem discordant but in reality, create a magical dance music mosaic. Jason Nevins' hard-hitting rock-influenced remix "It's Like That" with Run DMC finds its place alongside the party beats of "Red Alert" by Basement Jaxx, encapsulating the dynamic spirit of 90's dance music. How did Party Favorz pull off this musical alchemy? That's a secret even I can't quite pinpoint. But one thing is certain: a single spin of this set, and you'll be transported back to some of the most magical moments in dance music history. As the Ultimate 90's House Classics series nears its end, Volume 5 stands as a joyful testament to the power of dance music's past to energize the present. Stay tuned for the final set, where the massive progressive house tracks will take the spotlight, dropping on Saturday. Until then...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1998 – 1999] Vol. 5Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time : 3:46:51 1. Armand Van Helden feat. Duan Harden - You Don't Know Me (Original 12") 2. Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You (Hot Tracks) 3. Black Connection - I'm Gonna Get Ya Baby (Full Intention Vocal Club Mix) 4. George Michael - Outside (Hex Hector Club Mix) 5. Cher - Strong Enough (Pumpin' Dolls Vocal Epic Club) 6.
226:51 9/30/21
Ultimate 90’s House Classics: Volume 4 – Celebrating Dance Legends of 1998-1999
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319d942f = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319d942f = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319d942f"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319d942f"); } Volume 4 of the Ultimate 90's House Classics from 1998-1999 takes you on a unique dance odyssey, bringing together some of the most iconic tunes that defined the era. The mix seamlessly marries creativity with timeless sounds, creating a blend that both honors the classics and celebrates the innovation of the 90s dance music scene. A standout moment in this mix is the Funkstar Club Mix of Bob Marley's "Sun Is Shining" by Funkstar De Luxe. This remix took Marley's original reggae vibrations and transformed them into a feel-good house anthem, adding a new dimension to the legendary track. The '90s were a golden era for dance music, and this mix doesn't shy away from featuring powerful female vocalists. Janet Jackson's "Together Again" in the Tony Moran 12" Club Mix version is a celebratory, joyous remix that's rich in emotion, while Cher's powerful voice echoes in two remarkable mixes: "Dov'è L'Amore" in Tony Moran's Anthem Mix, and "All Or Nothing" in Danny Tenaglia's International Mix. Madonna's "Ray Of Light" in the Calderone Club Mix is another gem in this collection, showcasing a fusion of techno-inspired beats with Madonna's iconic vocal flair. Victor Calderone's touch on this remix adds a transcendental quality that elevates the song to a whole new level. The dancefloor vibrates with the infectious energy of the Pet Shop Boys' "New York City Boy" in The Thunderpuss 2000 Club Mix. Thunderpuss, the remixing team of Barry Harris and Chris Cox, adds a punchy, upbeat vibe to the original track, making it a classic club hit. Ultra Nate's "Found A Cure" in the Full Intention Club Mix encapsulates the '90s house philosophy with an uplifting message and vibrant, feel-good beat. Full Intention, a duo of producers Michael Gray and Jon Pearn, emphasizes the soulful nature of the song, turning it into an anthem of hope. This volume paints a vivid picture of an era when dance music was taking bold strides, innovating, and reinventing itself. It's a lovingly crafted tribute to a time when DJs and remixers were pushing boundaries, and dance floors were pulsating to a new beat. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1998 – 1999] Vol. 4Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time : 3:27:59 1. Todd Terry pres. Shannon - It's Over Love (Funky Green Dogs Miami Club Mix) 2. Jordan Knight - Give It To You (Hot Tracks Remix) 3. Powerhouse feat. Duane Harden - What You Need (Full Intention Power Mix) 4. Bob Marley vs. Funkstar De Luxe - Sun Is Shining (Funkstar Club Mix) 5. Tori Amos - Jackie's Strength (Wedding Cake Club Mix) 6.
207:59 9/25/21
The Ultimate 90’s House Classics 1998 – 1999: Volume 3 — A Deep Dive into Progressive House
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319daa17 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319daa17 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319daa17"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319daa17"); } The Ultimate 90's House Classics [1998 – 1999] Volume 3 is more than just a collection of songs; it's an exploration into the very soul of the progressive house movement that took the world by storm during this magical era. In Volume 3, Party Favorz dives deep into the beats, synths, and rhythms that were the heartbeat of clubs worldwide. Starting off with the heavenly 'Lately' by Divine, masterfully remixed by Jonathan Peters, you're introduced to the energetic synths and harmonies that characterized the genre. This track alone could ignite the dance floor and create a euphoric atmosphere that only 90's house music could deliver. Classics from this time period like Faith Hill's 'Breathe' and Amber's 'Sexual' are accompanied by remixes from the legends Hex Hector and Thunderpuss, respectively, offering a whole new dimension to these tracks. Each remix is crafted with finesse and passion, creating new experiences for listeners. Donna Summer's 'I Will Go With You,' and Veronica's 'Someone To Hold' showcase a versatile period where DJs like Johnny Vicious proved their worth, going on to become influential figures in dance music. The Thunderpuss remix of Whitney Houston's thunderous 'It's Not Right, But It's Okay' and the Soul Solution remix of Shania Twain's 'You're Still the One' were game-changers, blending R&B with progressive house in a way that felt new and electrifying. The inclusion of 'Ojos Asi' by Shakira adds a unique flavor to the mix. A song that blends Latin and Middle Eastern sounds, Shakira's hit represents the diverse landscape of dance music at the time. Under the skilled hand of Pablo Flores, 'Ojos Asi' became an essential club track, marking Shakira's entry into the mainstream. Kevin Aviance's 'Rhythm Is My Bitch' is another milestone in the mix, highlighting the role of gender-bending artists in shaping the dance music scene. As a trailblazer for artists like Todrick Hall and Lil Nas X, Aviance's fearless style and captivating performances created a lasting legacy. This volume's strength lies in its ability to capture the essence of a time when dance music was experimental, bold, and boundless. Each track, whether a club favorite or a hidden gem, contributes to the narrative of a period filled with innovation and excitement. From the explosive power of Whitney Houston's vocals to Shakira's sultry beats, Volume 3 encapsulates a time in dance music that's still remembered and celebrated. The tracks included are not just songs; they are pieces of history that continue to inspire and move people on dance floors across the globe. Party Favorz's commitment to quality and love for dance music shines through in this ...
210:12 9/19/21
Dive Into the Ultimate 90s House Music Classics: Volume 2
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194:28 9/15/21
Legendary House Music DJs of Ultimate 90s House Classics 1998-1999 Volume 1
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319dd1ba = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319dd1ba = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319dd1ba"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319dd1ba"); } The Ultimate 90s House Classics from 1998 to 1999 remains a quintessential period for dance music, with Legendary 90s House DJs like David Morales, Pablo Flores, and Victor Calderone weaving their magic to redefine the tracks for the dance floor. This era saw both mainstream and underground dance hits reimagined and revitalized. The Legendary 90s remix of "Crush" by Jennifer Paige transported listeners into a new dimension with David Morales' remix. The mix added a distinct electronic flair to the pop hit, creating a timeless dance anthem. Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca" was already a hit, but Pablo Flores' remix elevated it to one of the Top 90s House Classics. The remix gave a unique spin, enhancing the song's energetic vibe, making it a favorite in 90s Club Anthems. Madonna's "Beautiful Stranger" found a new identity with Calderone's Club Mix. The Legendary 90s House DJs were known for creating 90s anthems, and this remix was no exception. It brought an unexpected freshness to the track with its big room reinterpretation of the Austin Powers theme song. Shania Twain's "From This Moment On" became an integral part of 90s House Music Festivals with the Soul Solution remix, adding a new layer of depth to Twain's original vocals. It stands as a testament to the transformative power of remixing. In a brilliant collaboration, David Morales presented The Face featuring Juliet Roberts with "Needin' U" (12" Mix), a track that showcased the best of Old School House Music, while Monifah's "Touch It" and Mousse T. vs. Hot 'N' Juicy's "Horny '98" captured the quintessence of Underground 90s House using sex as a dancefloor weapon. Destiny's Child's "Bills, Bills, Bills" was transformed into a dance floor hit with the Maurice Joshua remix, and Charlotte's "Skin" was a massive Club 69 anthem, while Cher's "Believe" and Donna Summer's "Love is The Healer" were transformed into Future Anthem Mixes and club classics in their own right. The era was also marked by the pulsating beats of Vengaboys' "Up And Down", the ethereal tones of Miss Jane's "It's A Fine Day" with ATB doing the remix honors , Dario G's euphoric "Sunchyme", and Pete Heller's groove-infused "Big Love" (Body Music). These tracks and the Legendary 90s House DJs behind them continue to influence the dance music scene, proving that the Ultimate 90s House Classics were more than just a moment in time; they were a revolution that forever changed the way we experience music. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1998 – 1999] Vol.
188:28 9/5/21
The kaleidoscopic landscape of Classic House Tracks! — 1996 – 1997 Volume 4
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319de6f3 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319de6f3 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319de6f3"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319de6f3"); } Volume four of the Ultimate 90's House Classics is more than a mere compilation; it's a vibrant narrative that paints the metamorphosis of Classic House Tracks into something more eclectic and robust. This final installment doesn't just shine a spotlight on a golden era of dance music; it showcases how the genre found new directions and reached new audiences. As we dive into the sounds of the late 90s, we encounter the bold explorations of Club 69 (a.k.a. Peter Rauhofer). Known for his sexy House Music songs catering to the gay community, Club 69 rapidly evolved into a new progressive sphere. The remixes like Funky Green Dogs' "Fired Up" and Kevin Aviance's "Din Da Da" not only hit big but set dance floors ablaze, turning peak hour into an electrifying experience. Simultaneously, names like Tony Moran, Junior Vasquez, Victor Calderone, Ralphi Rosario, and Hex Hector redefined the scene, bringing in a more accessible sound without losing the soul of House. The Classic House Tracks were no longer confined to niche clubs but were resonating with the mainstream, marking the start of a trend that would shape dancefloors for years to come. The era wasn't just about the music; it was about the DJs becoming stars, far beyond the two turntables and a microphone. Clive Davis of Arista records played a significant role in this phenomenon. Recognizing the potential of dance in the pop landscape, Davis pushed artists like Deborah Cox into realms of R&B and Dance, making them household names. As the creators of Party Favorz, our connection with House Music transcends the genres. From Trash Disco, 80's Dance, Eurodance, and Trance, our love is profound, but House Music holds a special place. The Ultimate 90's House Classics series is an emblem of this love, reflecting a comprehensive history of the genre, even though it's impossible to encapsulate everything deserving of recognition. The series is far from over, with 1998 - 1999 set to revive fond memories. Expect more classic house tracks in the summer or early fall. Additionally, the Ultimate Trance series is on the horizon, aiming to wrap up the year with a bang. Some notable tracks that embody the spirit of this volume include: Toni Braxton's "I Don't Want To," elegantly remixed by Franki Knuckles. Me'Shell NdegeOcello's enigmatic "Who Is He And What Is He To You" with Danny Tengalia's N.Y.D.C. Mix. Ruffneck featuring with Yavahn on "Move Your Body," graced by the Mousse T.'s Peppermint remix. Patti LaBelle's "When You Talk About Love," masterfully enhanced by Hex Hector's club mix. Cher's mesmerizing "One By One," taken to new heights by the Junior Vasquez remix.
160:22 5/12/21
The Evolution of House Music: Ultimate 90’s House Classics 1996 – 1997 Vol. 3
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319dfb0b = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319dfb0b = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319dfb0b"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319dfb0b"); } The evolution of House music is a fascinating journey through time and sound. It's a story told by the beats and rhythms that have ignited dance floors for generations. Today, we turn back the pages to a pivotal chapter in this story - the Ultimate 90's House Classics [1996-1997] Volume 3. At Party Favorz, our heart beats in unison with the pulsating rhythm of House music. We're not just listeners; we're historians, curators, and most importantly, lovers of this ever-changing genre. Our commitment to preserving and celebrating the roots of dance music is evident in every mix, every track, and every beat. This volume takes you back to a time when the Tony Moran remix of Whitney Houston's "Step By Step" which was a defining anthem, and Danny Tengalia's remix of Vanessa Daou's "Sunday Afternoons" which was a Sunday staple and Tea Dance favorite in clubs around the world. The Ultimate 90's House Classics era was a golden age for House music, and this collection brings it to life once again. Remember when Celine Dion's powerful vocals in the Tony Moran remix of "It's All Coming Back To Me Now" packed the dance floors with all the drama queens doing their best Celine impersonation? Or when Funky Green Dogs got everyone "Fired Up!" with Club 69's Future Mix? These were moments that marked milestones in the evolution of House music. With artists like Deborah Cox giving life to tracks like "Things Just Ain't The Same" remixed by Hex Hector and Todd Terry teaming up with Martha Wash & Jocelyn Brown for the energetic "Keep On Jumpin", the Ultimate 90's House Classics were not only songs but embodiments of an era. The Ultimate 90's House Classics volume gives you more than just a playlist; it offers a window into a time when music was a unifying force, a common language spoken by all who stepped onto the dance floor. This collection is a celebration of the era that laid the groundwork for today's dance music landscape. Party Favorz is proud to be part of this musical journey, to be the voice that keeps the memories alive and the beats pumping. Whether you lived it or are discovering it for the first time, the evolution of House music is a tale worth telling, a beat worth dancing to. As we prepare for the next installment, join us in reliving these unforgettable moments. Let the songs of Mariah Carey, Ultra Nate, Sandy B, and the Blackout Allstars move you, inspire you, and remind you of a time when House was not just a genre but a movement. Stay tuned for more memories, more music, and more of the Ultimate 90's House Classics as we continue to explore the evolution of House music. Until then...ENJOY!
182:01 5/8/21
Exploring 90s House Music Classics 1996-1997 Volume 2
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319e0ecc = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319e0ecc = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319e0ecc"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319e0ecc"); } The 90s were a vibrant time for dance music, especially House. Early in the decade, genres like Freestyle, Breakbeat, Trip Hop, Hip Hop, and Eurodance were offshoots that spun into their own categories, but it's the latter half of the nineties that witnessed a dramatic shift in the 90s House Music landscape. Classic House continued to pulsate on dance floors, yet there was a thirst for innovation. The sound progressively transformed, integrating electronic and tribal beats, igniting a new club culture. Renowned names like Club 69 (Peter Rauhofer), Thunderpuss, Victor Calderone, Tony Moran, Hex Hector, Jonathan Peters, Soul Solution, and more began to define this era. Junior Vasquez's seamless transition between commercial House and big tribal beats became an emblematic representation of the time. An example of this transition was the Soul Solution and Hex Hector remix of Toni Braxton's "Un-Break My Heart." This mix shook the dance floor, making record labels turn heads, even though the exceptional Frankie Knuckles version was featured in volume one of this series. This new breed of 90s Dance Floor Hits began to take over this four-volume collection, reaching a peak in 1998-1999. The period also birthed a tougher house sound through Full Intention, StoneBridge, Love To Infinity, and the signature garage house style of Armand Van Helden. Trance, an underground phenomenon bubbling in the UK during the early nineties, made its way to the US, turning many house DJs like Rollo & Sister Bliss, Perfecto, Sash!, and BT into Trance legends. Volume two invites you to explore this fascinating evolution. It includes the Franktified Club Mix of Chaka Khan's "Never Miss The Water," the StoneBridge Mix of Hannah Jones's "No One Can Love You More Than Me," the Deep Zone Club Mix of "Remember Me" by The Blue Boy, and more. The Love To Infinity's Extended Club Mix of Diana King's "I Say A Little Prayer," Pulse's "The Lover That You Are" with Hex Hector & Soul Solution Club Mix, Grace's "Not Over Yet" with Perfecto Mix, and Ace Of Base's "Beautiful Life" with Vission & Lorimer Club Mix showcase the diverse sounds that shaped this era. For now, immerse yourself in this rich slice of 90s House Music history. Turn up the volume and feel the beats. Look out for volume three this weekend and the final fourth volume next week. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1996 – 1997] Vol. 2Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time : 3:06:16 1. Jamiroquai - Cosmic Girl (David Morales Remix) 2. Chaka Khan feat.
186:16 5/6/21
90s House Music Dance Floor Nostalgia: [1996 – 1997] Volume 1
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319e244c = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319e244c = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319e244c"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319e244c"); } The late 90s heralded an era in House music filled with innovation, rhythm, and unforgettable melodies. The Ultimate 90's House Classics [1996 - 1997] Volume 1 is a treasure trove of tracks that perfectly encapsulate a time when dance floors were alive with energy, creativity, and boundless passion. These are not just songs but anthems that defined a generation. Starting with the soulful resonance of Lisa Stansfield's "Never, Never Gonna Give You Up" in Mark!'s Transparent Vocal mix, this collection introduces listeners to a magical time in 90s House Music. The Classic Paradise Mix of Pet Shop Boys' "Before" resonates with pure nostalgia. Volume 1 navigates the world of beats and rhythms with Daft Punk's iconic "Around The World" in the Kenlou Mix, a track that has become synonymous with innovative electronica. Todd Terry, along with Martha Wash & Jocelyn Brown, adds flavor to the set with "Something Going On", a track that instantly takes you back to the heart of the dance floor. Happy Clappers' optimistic "I Believe" and Duke's enamoring "So In Love With You" with Full Intention Mix are juxtaposed brilliantly. They create an atmosphere that's both uplifting and reminiscent of love-filled nights under the glittering disco ball. David Morales and The Bad Yard Club take us on a rhythmic journey with "In De Ghetto," featuring Crystal Waters & Delta. The collection further explores club anthems with the KLM Vocal Mix of Phunky Phantom's "Get Up Stand Up" and Junior Vasquez' Arena Anthem Mix of Livin' Joy's "Don't Stop Movin'." 90s Dance Floor Hits wouldn't be complete without the soul-stirring voices of Kristine W with "One More Try", Jennifer Holliday's powerful "No Frills Love" in Tony Moran's Anthem Mix, and Byron Stingily's "Get Up (Everybody)" in Mousse T.'s Extended Mix. The tender "How Do I Live" by Leann Rimes in Mr. Mig Remix Club Mix and Amber's "One More Night" in the Hani Remix are a perfect segue to the end of this illustrious collection, crowned with Alison Limerick's legendary "Where Love Lives '96" in Dancing Divaz Club Mix. This collection is more than a walk down memory lane; it's a celebration of an era where the essence of House music was shaped and honed. It's a tribute to the DJs, the artists, and the remixers who gave us these timeless classics. So, go ahead and dive into this rich slice of 90 House Music history. Let the beats move you, and the melodies take you back. Embrace the nostalgia and dance like no one's watching. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1996 – 1997] Vol. 1Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time...
223:30 5/2/21
The Ultimate 90s House Music Classics [1994 – 1995] Volume 4
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319e4163 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319e4163 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319e4163"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319e4163"); } Welcome back to the euphoric journey of House Music in the 90s! As we delve into Volume 4 of The Ultimate 90's House Classics [1994 - 1995], we stand at a thrilling intersection where innovation meets tradition. The 90s were a pivotal decade in the dance music arena, a time when technology and creativity coalesced to shape the future. Giorgio Moroder, considered by many as the godfather of Techno and House Music, was a visionary artist. His groundbreaking work with Donna Summer and solo productions were milestones in electronic dance music. Decades ahead of its time in the seventies, his influence can be felt in the incredible evolution of House Music throughout the 90s. With technology advancing, the mid-decade brought a fresh wave of possibilities. House Music began to diversify, branching into numerous sub-genres that contributed to the kaleidoscopic sounds we recognize today. Size 9's "I'm Ready" is a testament to this innovation, embodying the spirit of a genre that was constantly pushing boundaries. Its pulsating beats and irresistible hooks encapsulate the experimental fervor that marked the era. The Rapino Brothers remix for Corona's "The Rhythm Of The Night" is another standout, offering a melodic blend of infectious grooves that transcended dance floors worldwide. It's a quintessential example of the magic that unfolded when traditional instruments met electronic ingenuity. In "Take Me Higher" (T-empo's Club Adventure) by Diana Ross, we see a fusion of classic vocals and forward-thinking production techniques, creating a vibrant synergy that resonates with the very essence of 90s House. Tracks like "Been A Long Time" (Full Intention 12" Mix) by The Fog, Jamiroquai's "Space Cowboy" (David Morales Classic Club Remix), M People's "One Night In Heaven" (David Morales Classic Mix), and Madonna's "Human Nature" (The Human Club Extended Mix) showcase the era's willingness to explore, innovate, and reinterpret. Even Björk's experimental touch in "Big Time Sensuality" (The Fluke Magimix) and Staxx's euphoric "Joy" (Lovejoy Vocal 12" Mix) find their place in this collection, reflecting the broad spectrum and international appeal of 90s House. These groundbreaking tracks, crafted by DJs and producers who are still influencing the industry today, offer a vivid snapshot of an era marked by technological marvel and creative exploration. They embody the enduring legacy of House Music, a legacy that continued to thrive and evolve into the latter part of the decade, paving the way for new sounds and experiences. Volume 4 of The Ultimate 90's House Classics celebrates the magical era that was the 90s – a time when House Music ...
153:02 2/13/21
90s House Classics 1994 – 1995 Vol. 3: Nostalgia Meets the Dance Floors
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319e559c = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319e559c = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319e559c"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319e559c"); } Are you ready to dive back into the thrilling world of 90s House? The Ultimate 90's House Classics 1994 - 1995 Volume 3 showcases some of the Best 90s House Remixes and Classic House Tracks that capture the unique spirit and innovation of this incredible era. Starting strong with M People's "Moving On Up," we're greeted with a vibrant anthem that perfectly represents the optimism and energy of the 90s. This track's uplifting lyrics and soulful delivery became a staple of the decade, echoing the desire for progression and self-improvement. We then ascend to Wink's "Higher State of Consciousness," an electronic masterpiece that played a significant role in moving house music towards a more psychedelic and immersive experience. This track's hypnotic rhythms and futuristic sounds introduced a new dimension to the 90s dance scene, marking a turning point in the genre's evolution. The Rollo & Sister Bliss Monster Mix for Donna Summer's "I Feel Love '95" provides a nostalgic yet fresh take on a disco classic. It's an exhilarating reminder of how timeless pieces can be reimagined, connecting generations through music. As for the controversial "Short Dick Man" by 20 Fingers (J.J. Energy Mix), this irreverent track showcases the provocative side of 90s house. Its bold lyrics and catchy beat brought a mischievous flair to the dance floor, making it a memorable hit for many. Moving into deeper and more soulful territory, tracks like "What Hope Have I" by Sphinx feat. Sabrina Johnston, MK's "Love Changes" featuring Alana, and Crystal Waters' "100% Pure Love" display the emotional depth and melodic richness of Classic House Tracks. These songs are a testament to the genre's versatility, blending thought-provoking lyrics with captivating beats. The David Morales remix of River Ocean's "Love & Happiness (Yemaya Y Ochun)" brings a touch of Latin flavor and spiritual essence to the mix. With its infectious rhythm and India's powerful vocals, it's a track that transcends cultural boundaries, resonating with audiences worldwide. "I Believe" by Sound of Blackness (Classic Gospel Mix) offers an uplifting spiritual journey, while K.D. Lang's "Lifted By Love" (Elevate Your Love Mix) contributes a sense of exploration and transcendent love. Both tracks encapsulate the diversity of themes and styles found in the Best 90s House Remixes. Volume 3 of the Ultimate 90's House Classics from 1994 - 1995 serves as a sonic time capsule, preserving the rich tapestry of the 90s dance scene. Whether you're a veteran club-goer or a new fan discovering these gems for the first time, this collection offers a glimpse into a vibrant era of musical innovation and e...
152:28 2/10/21
Iconic 90s Dance Hits: Ultimate House Classics from 1994-1995 – Vol. 2
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319e6954 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319e6954 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319e6954"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319e6954"); } We continue our exploration of the Iconic 90s Dance Hits with volume 2 of the Ultimate 90's House Classics, centering on 1994 and 1995. This installment celebrates some of the decade's Classic House Tracks that still resonate today. A highlight for me is N'Dea Davenport's contributions, both with the Brand New Heavies and her upcoming solo work. Alongside Adeva and Barbara Tucker, these powerhouse vocalists defined the era with their soulful melodies, placing them on a level that few could reach. However, it's not all praise for this period. I have some reservations, particularly concerning David Morales and, to some extent, C + C Music Factory and Junior Vasquez. The Morales collaboration with Mariah Carey, like the take-me-to-church revival of "Anytime You Need a Friend," feels misguided. It extended the track unnecessarily, losing the essence of the original piece. The 11-minute epic needed trimming to an 8-minute version, but even then, it feels laborious. These DJs typically blend the gospel with groove, but on this track, the energy never seems to ignite. "Pride (A Deeper Love)" by Aretha Franklin, expertly mixed by Clivillés and Cole, kept the song moving with a deep groove, something lacking in "Anytime You Need a Friend." Thankfully, Morales found his stride with the mix of "My All," although it surprisingly peaked only at #3 on the dance charts. This volume of Iconic 90s Dance Hits wouldn't be complete without mentioning crossover hits like the Bucketheads (Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez) "The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind)" and "Magic Carpet Ride" by the Mighty Dub Katz (Norman Cook and GMoney). Both these tracks bridged the gap between dance floors and radios, epitomizing the influence of 90s House Music. As I curate the final volume of this two-year series, the progression towards harder house and the emergence of Trance are evident. Still, the tracks remain loyal to the House Music sphere, reminiscent of how Donna Summer's "I Feel Love" stayed true to the Discosphere during its release era. Stay tuned for volume three of the Ultimate 90s House Classics 1994 - 1995, dropping next week, as we keep reliving the Iconic 90s Dance Hits that shaped our musical culture. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1994 – 1995] Vol. 2Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time : 2:43:17 1. Juliet Roberts - I Want You (Rollo & Sister Bliss Monster Club Mix) 2. Patti LaBelle - The Right Kinda Lover (Stone & Nick Full Delight Mix) 3. The Brand New Heavies - Dream On Dreamer (Heavies Motion Mix) 4.
163:17 2/7/21
Old School House Music: 90s Club Anthems from 1994-1995 – Vol. 1
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319e7c97 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319e7c97 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319e7c97"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319e7c97"); } Embark on a nostalgic journey into the heart of Old School House Music with our Ultimate 90's House Classics series, celebrating the vibrant years of 1994 to 1995. This era marked a significant transformation, introducing Classic House Tracks that are still admired today. As we moved into the mid-90s, the interplay between Hip Hop and House Music began to fade, each genre charting its distinct path. However, the era was far from mundane; the budding Trance genre started teasing the mainstream, artists like Opus III and Josh Wink paving the way. Legends like Oakenfold and Rollo & Sister Bliss were creating waves with big room House tracks, setting the stage for their eventual renowned status. Old School House Music during this time was filled with Soulful House legends like MAW, Frankie Knuckles, and David Morales. Commercial House music was flourishing with remixers like Love To Infinity, StoneBridge, Brothers In Rhythm, and Roger Sanchez. Underground sensations like Junior Vasquez, Tony Moran, and Armand Van Helden were crafting Big Room tracks that would soon conquer the club scene. Unveiling this series is akin to opening a musical time capsule, filled with the Best 90s House Remixes that once ruled the dance floors but have since vanished from the collective memory. For instance, the "Beautiful People" mixed by C.J. became a timeless hit for Barbara Tucker. Aretha Franklin's "A Deeper Love," remixed by C + C Music Factory, symbolizes the era's profound emotions. Tracks like the Love To Infinity's Classic Paradise Club Mix of Judy Cheeks' "As Long As You're Good To Me" or the MAW Style Mix of "Everybody Be Somebody" by Ruffneck feat. Yavahn represent the artistic brilliance of the time. Junior Vasquez's Soundfactory Mix of "Your Loving Arms" by Billie Ray Martin captures the innovative spirit of the 90s Club Anthems. The Ultimate 90s House Classics series is not just a collection; it's a heartfelt tribute to an incredible era that shaped today's music landscape. It revives the 90s Club Anthems, like the Junior Vasquez 10.31 Mix of "Keep In Touch (Body To Body)" by Shades Of Love, which once pulsated through speakers around the world. Volume two of the Ultimate 90s House Classics from 1994-1995 is arriving soon. Until then, let these Old School House Music tracks transport you back to a time when dance floors were alive with energy and passion. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1994 – 1995] Vol. 1Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2021Total Time : 2:50:00 1. Barbara Tucker - Beautiful People (C.J.'s Club Mix) 2. Michael Watford - So Into You (Classic Club Mix) 3.
170:00 2/5/21
90s House Music Classics: Exploring 1992 – 1993 with Volume 3
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319e8fd2 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319e8fd2 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319e8fd2"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319e8fd2"); } Party Favorz is hitting the decks once more with the third and final volume of the Ultimate 90's House Music Classics, spanning the unforgettable years of 1992 to 1993. Fusing Classic House tracks with hidden gems, this set brings a powerful close to a vibrant era of dance music. Leading the charge is RuPaul's iconic "Supermodel (You Better Work)" (Couture Mix), a track that ignited the fashion world and beyond. Janet Jackson's electrifying "If" (Brothers In Rhythm House Mix) follows, marking a time when pop and house fused into an intoxicating rhythm. The 90's House Music Classics wouldn't be complete without Martha Wash's commanding vocals on "Carry On" (Masters At Work 12" Dance Mix) or CeCe Peniston's uplifting "We Got A Love Thang" (Silky Mouse Thang). These hits capture the vibrant spirit of Classic House, making hearts soar and feet move on dance floors around the world. Whitney Houston's empowering anthem "I'm Every Woman" (Clivilles & Cole House Mix) resonates in this collection, while Jody Watley's "I'm The One You Need" (David Morales Extended Club) takes us to a place of pure dance ecstasy. Madonna's "Deeper And Deeper" (Shep's Classic 12") and Mariah Carey's "Dreamlover" (David Morales Def Club Mix Edit #2) add star power, showcasing the era when pop Divas embraced the house sound, taking it to mainstream heights. The true essence of the 90's House Music Classics and Classic House shines through in tracks like Bizarre Inc.'s "I'm Gonna Get You" (Original Flavour Mix), Pet Shop Boys' "Go West" (Farley & Heller Fire Island Mix), and Nightcrawlers' infectious "Push The Feeling On" (The Dub Of Doom). Even the edgy TLC finds a home here with "Ain't 2 Proud 2 Beg" (Ben Liebrand Club Mix), creating a fusion of soul, style, and unstoppable beats. This final volume of 90's House Music Classics is more than a nostalgic trip; it's a celebration of Classic House and its transformative power. Every beat, every mix echoes the spirit of a time when dance floors were sanctuaries, and music was the universal language. Party Favorz invites you to relive these memories and feel the passion of the 90's all over again. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1992 – 1993] Vol. 3Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2020Total Time : 2:45:51 1. Celine Dion - Love Can Move Mountains (Underground Vocal) 2. Frankie Knuckles feat. Roberta Gilliam - Workout (Vocal Mix) 3. The Reese Project - The Colour Of Love (Underground Resistance Club Mix) 4. Lonnie Gordon - Bad Mood (Roger's Nu Solution Vocal) 5. The Sugarcubes - Leash Called Love (12" Mix) 6. RuPaul - Supermodel (You Better Work) (Couture Mix...
165:51 11/25/20
90s House Music Classics: A Journey Through 1992 – 1993 Volume 2
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319ea347 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319ea347 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319ea347"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319ea347"); } Get ready to groove as Party Favorz dishes out the second volume of 90s House Music Classics, covering the magical years of 1992 to 1993. This volume is packed with dance floor heat, chart-toppers, and timeless sensations that can awaken any dance enthusiast's soul. Kicking things off with Chaka Khan's string-infused Garage Mix of "Love You All My Lifetime," this set pays homage to the Diva Hall of Fame inductees. Martha Wash follows suit with "Give It To You" (Momo's Klub Mix), a testament to her fresh success following collaborations with Black Box and C + C Music Factory. The journey continues with chart-toppers from Lil' Louis, like "Club Lonely" and the soul-stirring "Saved My Life" featuring the fabulous Joi Cardwell. The spotlight then shifts to newcomers who dominated the charts such as Saint Etienne's "Nothing Can Stop Us," Opus III's "It's A Fine Day," Sunscreem's "Love U More" (Farley & Heller Heavy Club Mix), and Blue Pearl's "[Can You] Feel the Passion." One track that stands tall in this volume is "It's Gonna Be A Lovely Day" by The S.O.U.L. S.Y.S.T.E.M., a global dance sensation stemming from C + C Music Factory and gracing the famed "Bodyguard" soundtrack. The David Morales Def Mix of "I'll Be Your Friend" by Robert Owens, Maurice's Club Mix of "Hey Mr. D.J." by Zhane, and the Union City Mix of "The New Anthem" by Reel 2 Real featuring Erick More are just a few of the tunes that make this collection shine. These 90s House Music Classics reflect a time when DJs were experimenting with transitions, moving away from the middle breaks popular in the 80s. It's a detail that only adds to the charm of this collection, capturing a unique musical moment in time. The flawless mixing, epic music, and painstaking remastering of tracks like the Kenlou B Boy Mix of "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" by Saint Etienne and David Morales' 12" Dance Mix of Pet Shop Boys' "Where The Streets Have No Name" (I Can't Take My Eyes Off You) showcase why these sets are so thrilling. While we await the final set of this two-year exploration, Party Favorz assures that this musical escape is here to help you through life's challenges. Let the melodies be that unchanging constant, bringing light to the tunnel. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1992 – 1993] Vol. 2Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2020Total Time : 2:55:26 1. Chaka Khan - Love You All My Lifetime (Garage Mix with Strings) 2. Martha Wash - Give It To You (Momo's Klub Mix) 3. Robert Owens - I'll Be Your Friend (David Morales Def Mix) 4. Juliet Roberts - Free Love (Morales Classic Mix) 5.
175:26 11/22/20
90s House Music Classics: The Ultimate Collection from 1992 – 1993, Vol. 1
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319eb6e5 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319eb6e5 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319eb6e5"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319eb6e5"); } Hold on tight, dance music aficionados! Party Favorz is unleashing a wave of 90s House music classics that span the dynamic years of 1992 to 1993, and the sound is colossal! These tracks, once hidden gems, have been meticulously curated and enhanced with rich bass, making them shine anew. Volume 1 kicks off with a combination of unforgettable hits and lesser-known Eurodance blends that embrace the House sound. You'll find yourself mesmerized by the layers and textures, diving into a world where rhythmic classics come alive. Among these tunes are the David Morales Club Mix of "Don't Lose The Magic" by Shawn Christopher and the King Street Mix of "Do You Want It Right Now" by Degrees Of Motion. The melodic waves continue with the Ballroom Mix of "Surrender Yourself" by The Daou. The early nineties were a groundbreaking era in House music, featuring superstar DJs like Frankie Knuckles, David Morales, Junior Vasquez, and Masters At Work. They shared the spotlight with emerging names like StoneBridge, who brought life to Robin S.'s "Show Me Love," and MK (Marc Kinchen), known for modern floor-scorchers like "Always" with Alana. This rich decade in music witnessed the evolution of the classic House sound. The lively Hooj Mix of "Don't You Want Me" by Felix and the Italian Piano Remix of "Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)" by Rozalla resonate with the unmistakable 90s vibe. Sub-genres like Trance and Eurodance began to emerge, with House music's enduring influence on 80s artists who carried on in the 90s like the David Morales Mix of "Walking On Broken Glass" by Annie Lennox. Whether it's the Developed Arrested Mix of "Dreams" by Gabrielle or the timeless Eurodance with House music influences that merged Hip Hop on "Rhythm Is A Dancer,"  by Snap! these 90s House music classics capture an era that transcends time. They are part of a musical lineage that has shaped today's dance scene. Let the deep sounds of classic House from the early nineties wash over you. Truly, the dance floor has never felt so inviting. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1992 – 1993] Vol. 1Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2020Total Time : 3:12:49 1. Shawn Christopher - Don't Lose The Magic (David Morales Club Mix) 2. Degrees Of Motion - Do You Want It Right Now (King Street Mix) 3. Black Sheep - Strobelight Honey (Morales Def Mix Joey Negro Edit) 4. RuPaul - Back To My Roots (Jheri Curl Juice Mix) 5. Clubland - Hold On (Tighter to Love) (Steve "Silk" Hurley 12" Mix) 6.
192:48 11/20/20
Exploring 90s House Music Classics 1988 – 1991, Volume 3
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319eca43 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319eca43 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319eca43"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319eca43"); } With the arrival of Volume 3, we conclude our vibrant journey through the ultimate 90s House music classics spanning from 1988 to 1991, and it's nothing short of sensational! This set presents the magic of Marshall Jefferson's "Move Your Body (The House Music Anthem)" that rocked the charts anew in 2020, and Lisa Stansfield's timeless "People Hold On," whose Dirty Scoundrels remix ignited the club scene years later. They perfectly encapsulate the unique blend of creativity, innovation, and rhythm that defines the ultimate 90s House music classics. In this anthology, the celebrated icons share space with underground gems, representing the House music scene's multifaceted charm. From the erotic Acid House of Lil' Louis' "French Kiss" to Ralphi Rosario's 80's underground smash "You Used To Hold Me," featuring the unforgettable monologue by Xavier Gold, these tracks remind us why the ultimate 90s House music classics continue to reverberate through contemporary dance floors. The first time I heard "French Kiss" was when I was cruising the Mining Company bar in Dallas and the DJ dropped this song. It completely blew my mind because it was not like anything else out at the time. The slow down in the middle with the female groans before slowly building back up into its throbbing beats was out of this world. Who can resist Crystal Waters' "Gypsy Woman," with its memorable Basement Boy's Strip To The Bone Mix, or the David Morales Classic Mix of Shawn Christopher's "Another Sleepless Night"? Whether it's Frankie Knuckles' ethereal "The Whistle Song" or catchy one-offs like Right Said Fred's "I'm Too Sexy," these 90s House music classics offer something for every fan of the genre. I remember dancing the night away to Crystal Waters' "Gypsy Woman" in my first visit to New York City. That song is forever etched in my memory. The breadth and depth of the classics, from crossover hits to essential club tracks, are astonishing. Songs like Black Box's "Everybody Everybody" and Inner City's "Good Life (Magic Juan's Remix)" not only set the dance floor on fire but continue to influence today's musical panorama. These tracks have been tapped, flipped, and revered, testifying to the enduring power of the original ultimate 90s House music classics. There's a story behind "Good Life" that I won't recount here lest I get in trouble but it's a worthy one. My enthusiasm might shine through when discussing these remarkable dance cuts.
246:50 10/15/20
Experience the Best 90s House Music Classics: Volume 2 [1988 – 1991]
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319ede62 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319ede62 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319ede62"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319ede62"); } Volume 2 of our journey into the best 90s House music classics continues the pulsating rhythm that started with the first edition. This collection brings together iconic tunes that defined the dance floor, featuring the 90s House music classics that set the stage for a musical revolution. Whether it's the energetic vibe of D-Mob's and Cathy Dennis' collaboration on "C'mon and Get My Love," the unforgettable dance anthem by C + C Music Factory in the Clivillés & Cole Hip-House Club Mix of "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)," or the David Morales Remix of Technotronic's "Pump Up the Jam," these classic House music 90s tracks never fail to stir memories. But it's not only about the songs you might know by heart; it's also about rediscovering the Old School House Music treasures that laid the groundwork for the genre. Maurice's "This Is Acid," Royal House's "Get Funky," Double Dee's "Found Love," and Steve "Silk" Hurley's "Jack Your Body" echo the inventive hooks and beats that defined a generation eager for fresh sounds. Let's not forget the lost classics that still resonate, like Hithouse's Party Mix of "Jack To The Sound Of The Underground." This track captures the essence of Acid House and seamlessly blends into the rising Techno wave. It's an integral part of the 80s sound that set the stage for what was to come. The Def Club Mix of Adeva's "It Should Have Been Me" and the Brothers In Rhythm Mix of Black Box's "Strike It Up" take their well-deserved place in this compilation, keeping the beats and nostalgia alive. From Joey Negro's Dum Dum Club Mix of "Do What You Feel" to the Hurley's House Mix of Jomanda's "Gotta Love For You," these classics echo an era where creativity and rhythm knew no bounds. Hold tight; the ride through the best 90s House music classics isn't over. There's one more volume covering this fascinating four-year span, set to drop soon. I'll be back in a couple of days to keep the musical journey alive. Until then, keep the beat going and dance like it's the 90s all over again. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album : The Ultimate 90’s House Classics [1988 – 1991] Vol. 2Genre : 90’s Classic HouseYear : 2020Total Time : 2:17:45 1. Adeva - It Should Have Been Me (Def Club Mix) 2. Joey Negro - Do What You Feel (Dum Dum Club Mix) 3. Brothers In Rhythm - Such A Good Feeling (DMC Remix by Dimitri) 4. D-Mob intro. Cathy Dennis - C'mon And Get My Love (Select Mix Remix) 5. C & C Music Factory - Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) (Clivillés & Cole Hi...
137:45 10/12/20
90s Classic House Music: The Ultimate Classics [1988 – 1991] Volume 1
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319ef212 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319ef212 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319ef212"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319ef212"); } House music, an enduring and transformative genre, found its origins in the mid-1980s, maturing and taking firm roots by the end of the decade which evolved into what's now considered 90s Classic House music. Remember the "Disco Sucks" movement in the early 80s? Dance music never really disappeared; instead, it began a fragmented evolution. Thanks to synth-laden tracks and beat machines made famous by DJ icons like Giorgio Moroder and Cerrone, it morphed into new realms. The Evolution of 90s Classic House Music From New Wave dance and Hi NRG to classic House music in the 90s, the genre's influence has permeated every dance floor. Early subdivisions like Acid House, Hip Hop, Breakbeat, Freestyle and Trip Hop paved the way for commercial sensations like "Pump Up the Volume," by M/A/R/R/S, the Shep Pettibone remix of "Bizarre Love Triangle," and "Vogue" by Madonna as well as the Acid House classic "Theme from S'Express" by S'Express. Spanning from 1988 to 1991, the Ultimate 90's House Music Classics series encapsulates this genre's underground roots before its mainstream success. The 90s House music classics like "Finally," by CeCe Peniston "Show Me Love," by Robin S and "Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless)" by Crystal Waters owe their existence to the humble beginnings in Chicago, spreading to New York and then globally. Superstar DJs and the 90s House Music Classics Classic House music 90s didn't just shape the era; it created legends. Beyond Frankie Knuckles, figures like Larry Levan, Steve "Silk" Hurley, and David Morales were pivotal in the genre. The Shep Pettibone remix of "Rhythm Nation" by Janet Jackson, or Shep's House Mix of "Miss You Much" are a testament to the talent of these pioneers. This series wouldn't be complete without mentioning songs like Soul II Soul's "Keep On Movin'"  and "Back 2 Life (However Do You Want Me)" or the 12" Choice Mix of "Finally" by Ce Ce Peniston. And who could forget the ever-catchy Nomad's "(I Wanna Give You) Devotion"? Whether they were original hits like Snap!'s "The Power" or Marshall Jefferson's "Move Your Body," which is been remastered and released as a hit just recently — they each contributed to the 90s classic House music legacy. Of course, not every track was timeless. Right Said Fred's "I'm Too Sexy" might have been a one-off earworm, but it, along with the Shep Pettibone Remix of Madonna's "Vogue," belongs to the larger narrative of this influential era. In Conclusion Compiling, mixing, and remastering the best 90s House remixes has been a remarkable endeavor.
146:46 10/10/20
Gems of 90s House Music Classics: Let There Be House Volume 10
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319f096a = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319f096a = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319f096a"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319f096a"); } As we wrap up our series on 90s House Musics Classics with "Let There Be House," it's time to pay homage to a decade that truly defined house music for the masses. While I've been diligent in revisiting other iconic eras and genres in our extensive collection, the 90s house scene has been calling for a fresh take. And with this mix, I'm confident we've paid proper tribute to this game-changing decade. First off, let's clear the air regarding Onephatdeeva's "Bad Habit" featuring Lisa Millett. Yes, the official release was in 2000, but the promo had been floating around since late '99, making it a perfect fit for this compilation. If you've heard it in our "Get Up n’ Dance | Millennial House Classics v4," that's no accident—it's a track so good it transcends decades as do many of these songs. Now, let's talk about some of the standout tracks. Beats International's "Dub Be Good To Me" featuring Lindy Layton starts things off with its tantalizing blend of reggae-infused house, a Norman Cook (a.k.a.Fatboy Slim) touch that was groundbreaking for its time. Then we have Heavy D & The Boyz's "Now That We Found Love," remixed by the legendary David Morales. This song is a high-energy journey, an effervescent blend of rhythm and vocal prowess. The Bucketheads' "Got Myself Together" is an essential inclusion. The KenLou Mix provides a timeless vibe that remains as fresh today as it was back then. If you're more into the emotional depth house can offer, Saundra Williams' "I Want It, I Need It (Real Love)" with MK's Real Dub will evoke that feeling of yearning and release, which is what house music, at its core, often aims to do. Praxis featuring Kathy Brown rouses the dancefloor with "Turn Me Out," a floor-filler with a melody you can't escape. Kathy's vocals in this Delorme UK Club Mix are a resonant call to the dance floor, inviting and relentless. No 90s House Music Classics mix is complete without some Moby, and his "Move" in the Electro Mix is a nod to how versatile this decade was, blending elements of electronic music with classic house beats. And let's not forget the sugary sweetness of CJ Bolland's "Sugar Is Sweeter," revamped into a Drum n Bass Mix by none other than Armand Van Helden. This track embodies the adventurous spirit of the '90s, where artists and DJs were unafraid to experiment, to blend genres and break down musical barriers. Before we wrap up, it's important to give a nod to our namesake track "Let There Be House" by Deskee, remixed by WestBam. This song not only encapsulates the ethos of this compilation but also serves as a credo for house music itself—bold, unapologetic, and utterly danceable.
84:40 11/22/17
90s Classic House Music Volume 9: Surrender Yourself
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319f2185 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319f2185 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319f2185"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319f2185"); } As we dive deeper into our treasure trove of 90s Classic House Music, we present "Surrender Yourself"—a collection that not only spotlights time-honored house tunes but also offers early glimpses into what would evolve into the contemporary circuit house sound. Songs like "Body To Body (Keep In Touch)" remixed by Junior Vasquez and "Changes" with Soul Solution's unique touch serve as milestones on the road to today's multifaceted dance music landscape. Speaking of "Changes," this track holds a unique backstory. It's one of Soul Solution's nascent remixes, and let's be honest, it was a bit disjointed. So, we took the liberty of editing it for a more cohesive experience. Soul Solution duo Bobby Guy and Ernie Lake were trailblazers, quickly rising to prominence in the 90s Classic House Music era. Yet, they eventually parted ways due to a label dispute, which in a twist of fate, opened the gates for Hex Hector—a collaborator they had worked with—to ascend and become one of the 90s' most luminary DJs. The tribute mix boasts an eclectic range of artists and DJs. From the Reese Project's "The Color Of Love" remixed by Underground Resistance to MK's "Always" featuring Alana on the NY Stomp Remix, each track captures a facet of the 90s Classic House Music era that's worth revisiting. It's a vibrant mix that beckons you to relive those dance floor moments that defined a generation. So whether you're a house purist or a circuit aficionado, this set offers a rich palette of sounds that encapsulates the diversity and innovation of 90s Classic House Music. Until the next time ...ENJOY! Album: Surrender Yourself | 90’s House Classics pt. 9Genre: House MusicYear: 2017Total Time: 1:24:23 1. The Reese Project - The Color Of Love (Underground Resistance Club Mix) 2. Meechie - You Bring Me Joy (Mo's Club Mix) 3. So Pure - Changes (Soul Solution Mix) 4. Daphne - I Found It (Greed Shakedown Mix) 5. Gabrielle - Dreams (The Red Underground Mix) 6. Clubhouse - Deep In My Heart (American Mix) 7. Michael Watford - So Into You (Classic Club Mix) 8. Sunscreem - Love U More (Band of Gypsies Mix) 9. MK feat. Alana - Always (NY Stomp Remix) 10. Full Intention - America [I Love America] (12'' Vocal Mix) 11. Robin S - It Must Be Love (Fitch Bros Club Mix) 12. Shades Of Love - Body To Body (Keep In Touch) (Junior's 10/31 Club Mix) 13. The Daou - Surrender Yourself (Ballroom Mix) 14. Patra - Worker Man (The Satoshi Tomiie Interpretation)
84:23 11/21/17
House Music Classics of the 90s Volume 8: Such A Good Feeling
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_66397319f3444 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_66397319f3444 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-66397319f3444"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-66397319f3444"); } Let the beats roll in as we expand our nostalgic journey with "House Music Classics of the 90s Volume 8: Such A Good Feeling." If you’ve been keeping up with Party Favorz, you know we’ve been diving deep into this transformative decade of dance. From the initial sets to the present, every track featured has not just ruled the dance floors but also clinched the top spots on the Billboard Dance Club Music Charts—well, with one outlier, "Funk Boutique" by the Cover Girls. House Music Classics of the 90s isn’t merely a throwback; it’s a history lesson in sound. If you find yourself bopping along to contemporary tracks, chances are they owe their infectious rhythms to these 90s gems. Take Deskee’s "Dance Dance," for example. The song ingeniously samples a largely forgotten early-80s track. It just proves the enduring, cyclical nature of dance music; today's hits often borrow liberally from yesterday's classics. Now, onto the setlist for this volume. "Brothers In Rhythm" start the journey with "Such A Good Feeling (DMC Remix by Dimitri)," an absolute dance floor magnet. Then we transition into "Urban Soul’s Show Me (Def Club Mix)," a tune that laid the groundwork for countless dance tracks that followed. "Who Is He And What Is He To You" remixed by DT for Me'Shell Ndegeocello is a soulful reimagining that stays true to the vibe of the decade. And if you're a sucker for vocal-driven beats, don't miss Jaki Graham’s rendition of "Ain’t Nobody (Love To Infinity Classic Paradise Mix)." These final volumes serves as a compelling closing statement to our journey through House Music Classics of the 90s. The influence these tracks have on today's dance landscape cannot be overstated. Whether you're a Gen Z dance enthusiast or a 90s raver reminiscing about the golden days, this set provides a timeless escape. Until the next time...ENJOY! Album: Such A Good Feeling | 90's House Classics pt. 8Genre: House MusicYear: 2017Total Time: 1:30:06 1. Brothers In Rhythm - Such A Good Feeling (DMC Remix by Dimitri) 2. Urban Soul - Show Me (Def Club Mix) 3. Joey Negro feat. Taka Boom - Can't Get High Without U (Eric Kupper Classic Funk Mix) 4. Jaki Graham - Ain't Nobody (Love To Infinity Classic Paradise Mix) 5. Bizarre Inc feat. Angie Brown - Took My Love (Sure Is Pure Room 101 Mix) 6. Me'Shell Ndegeocello - Who Is He And What Is He To You (DT's N.Y.D.C. Mix) 7. Mr. Fingers - Closer (Frankie Foncett Dude Mix) 8. Deskee - Dance Dance (Tony Humphries Mix) 9. The Cover Girls - Funk Boutique (12'' Remix) 10. Blue Pearl - (Can You) Feel The Passion (House Mix) 11. X-Press 2 - The Sound (Nush Pizza X Press Remix) 12.
90:06 11/19/17
90s House Music Classics Volume 7: Keep On Movin’
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_6639731a00561 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_6639731a00561 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-6639731a00561"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-6639731a00561"); } Ah, here we are—the grand finale in our explorative series delving into the euphoric landscape of 90s House Music Classics. As we prepare to put the finishing touches on this sonic odyssey, let's not forget the decade that was teeming with contrasts. While the world was engrossed in phenomena like the cloning of Dolly the Sheep and the unabating allure of "The X-Files," these distinctive house tracks were coursing through strobe-lit dance floors and echoing in the hearts of midnight revelers. Let's journey one last time into epic dance music podcast series that serves as a fitting coda to the compelling '90s era. Opus III "It's A Fine Day" The ethereal vocals of Kirsty Hawkshaw serve as the linchpin for "It's A Fine Day," masterfully intertwining with an electro-hip beat that catapults the listener into a surreal soundscape. This Opus III classic transcended the boundaries of conventional 90s House Music, injecting a dose of trance vibes that made the track an unforgettable auditory experience. Judy Cheeks - As Long As You're Good To Me (Love To Infinity's Classic Paradise Club Mix) "As Long As You're Good To Me" by Judy Cheeks was an oasis in 1995's tumultuous landscape. Love To Infinity's remix infused the track with euphoric synths and pulsating rhythms, lifting club-goers into a momentary bliss. While the year buzzed with social and technological shifts, this song offered an island of serenity, its catchy refrain becoming a de facto mantra for the dancefloor community. Clubland feat. Quartz - Let's Get Busy (Pump It Up) (The G Mix) Clubland teams up with Quartz to bring us "Let's Get Busy (Pump It Up)" in The G Mix—a frenetic concoction that left a lasting impact on the dance scene. Packed with pulsating beats and a groove-laden synth line, this classic will transport you straight back to the frenzied energy of 90s dance floors. Inner City - Pennies From Heaven (Norty Boy Mix) Inner City's "Pennies From Heaven" in the Norty Boy Mix is a voyage into sonic splendor. With captivating vocal arrangements and immersive beats, this track epitomized what it meant to be a 90s House anthem, creating an aural experience that effortlessly turned listeners into devout followers. Sandy B - Make The World Go 'Round (Deep Dish Vocal Mix) In an era of musical experimentation, Sandy B's "Make The World Go 'Round" brought something special to the table. The Deep Dish Vocal Mix took this anthem to new heights with its intricate harmonies and subversive beats, offering an intoxicating musical blend that still resonates with today's audiences. Madonna - Deeper And Deeper (Shep's Deep Makeover Mix)
78:49 9/27/10
90s House Music Classics Volume 6: Keep On Jumpin’
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_6639731a0196f = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_6639731a0196f = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-6639731a0196f"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-6639731a0196f"); } As our nostalgic journey continues through this multi-part series, let’s not forget that 1995 was the year when the Oklahoma City bombing shocked the nation, and the O.J. Simpson trial captivated our collective attention. But on a lighter note, Microsoft released Windows 95, and the Sony PlayStation made its U.S. debut. Yet, the echo of 90s House Music Classics provided the sonic backdrop that made the era unforgettable. Mariah Carey: Emotions (12'' Club Mix) When Mariah Carey released "Emotions," it was a defining moment. The track, embedded in the David Morales remix, had the vocals soaring higher than the U.S. box office numbers of Toy Story in 1995. The blend of Carey's vocal range with the beat creates a sublime synergy, still making it a dancefloor essential. 49ers: Don't You Love Me (90's Mix) This song is an interesting outlier. The 49ers managed to juxtapose elements of techno with classic house in "Don't You Love Me," just when Friends made its TV debut and started redefining friendship norms. This song may not have a Ross and Rachel saga, but its pulsating rhythm and evergreen allure still keep feet moving on dance floors today. Clubhouse: Deep In My Heart (American 12'' Mix) Clubhouse's "Deep In My Heart" could almost be the soundtrack of 1996, a year that saw the infamous Unabomber captured and the Spice Girls claiming "Girl Power" with their hit "Wannabe." But in the middle of it all, this number offered a profound, bass-heavy reflection of the deeper strains of house music. D-Mob with Cathy Dennis: That's The Way Of The World (12'' Version) This is a vital track that merged Cathy Dennis's unique vocal style with D-Mob's creative prowess. The song emerged at a time when the first Harry Potter book was published in the UK. Both the book and the song offered escape, but while Harry Potter invited us to a magical world, "That’s The Way Of The World" provided an escape on the dance floor. Carleen Anderson: Mama Said (K-Klassic Mix) In 1997, Tiger Woods amazed us with his Masters win at Augusta, but Carleen Anderson's "Mama Said" was winning the hearts of club-goers. Her voice, coupled with K-Klassic Mix's production finesse, made it a sterling example of house music done right. Sounds Of Blackness: I Believe (Classic Gospel Mix) Blending gospel with house music, this track was a spiritual awakening at the apex of the Y2K hysteria. The Classic Gospel Mix gave it an ethereal dimension, offering a musical refuge as we braced for the millennium. Madonna: Secret (Junior’s Luscious Club Mix) By the time Madonna’s “Secret” rolled out in its Junior's Luscious Club Mix,
78:59 9/27/10
90s House Music Classics Volume 5: Turn It Out
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_6639731a02c4a = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_6639731a02c4a = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-6639731a02c4a"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-6639731a02c4a"); } Continuing our exploration of the music that punctuated decades, let's set our time machines to the '90s—a time when the internet was a fledgling tool, Michael Jordan was an unstoppable force on the basketball court, and shows like "Friends" and "Seinfeld" were painting our TV screens. But what was really electrifying people globally were the pulsating beats of 90s House Music Classics. LaBelle - Turn It Out (Shep's Totally Turnt Out Dub 2 Anthem) In 1995, while O.J. Simpson was declared "not guilty," LaBelle captivated dance floors with "Turn It Out." Shep Pettibone's "Totally Turnt Out Dub 2 Anthem" took an already energetic tune to stratospheric heights. LaBelle's vocal range perfectly harmonized with the transformative remix, making it a staple in nightclubs. Judy Cheeks - Respect (Classic Club Mix) Cut to 1996. The Macarena was something everyone—at least once—tried to dance to, whether at a wedding or reluctantly at a high school gym. But within the sanctuaries of house music, Judy Cheeks was demanding "Respect." The Classic Club Mix uplifted the track with groovy basslines, presenting a gutsier version that became an empowerment anthem for many. Jennifer Holliday - No Frills Love (Classic Paradise 12'' Mix) Ah, 1996—a year when the world held its breath watching Kerri Strug's one-footed vault landing at the Atlanta Olympics. It was the same year Jennifer Holliday released "No Frills Love." The "Classic Paradise 12'' Mix" turned this cut into a definitive anthem, transforming it into something far more robust than your run-of-the-mill love song. At a time when people sought narratives of triumph, this song's heady mix of vocals and rhythm offered its own kind of victory. Happy Clappers - I Believe (12'' Master) Rewind a bit to 1995, a year that brought us the iconic, though controversial, verdict in the O.J. Simpson trial. Amidst the national debates and TV drama, Happy Clappers were making waves in a different way with their song "I Believe." The 12'' Master version served as a refuge, providing an irresistible groove that prompted listeners to believe in something better, if only for the length of a song. Hannah Jones - You Only Have To Say You Love Me (Eric Kupper Mix) In the tempest of 1997, a year that saw the world mourning the loss of Princess Diana and simultaneously tuning into the debut of "South Park," Hannah Jones offered solace with "You Only Have To Say You Love Me." Remixed by Eric Kupper, the song provided an emotional compass at a time when cultural sentiments were swinging wildly between sorrow and irreverence. Kupper's mix, nuanced and eloquent, lent a soulfulness to Hannah Jones' impassioned vo...
80:44 9/27/10
90s House Music Classics Volume 4: Set U Free
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_6639731a03f90 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_6639731a03f90 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-6639731a03f90"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-6639731a03f90"); } As we continue our deep dive into the vibrant world of 90s House Music Classics, the '90s present a pulsating playground where beats and basslines ruled. This was the era that saw Bill Clinton sworn in for a second term, but it was also when the world learned about Dolly the cloned sheep. While technology and politics had their own narratives, the cultural fabric of the time was threaded with music. The club scene, specifically, had its own set of anthems that could either fuel a dance marathon or carry someone through a heartbreak. Pulse feat. Antoinette Roberson - The Lover That You Are (Hex Hector & Soul Solution Club Mix) If you ever questioned the emotional depth house music could plumb, look no further. "The Lover That You Are" deftly merges the ethereal voice of Antoinette Roberson with Hex Hector and Soul Solution's heart-pounding remix. Hex Hector, a Grammy Award-winning remixer, was at his zenith during this period, creating remixes that almost outshined the originals. Hannah Jones - No One Can Love You More Than Me (Stonebridge Mix) Stonebridge, an acclaimed DJ, adds his Midas touch to Hannah Jones' "No One Can Love You More Than Me." This remix isn't just a tune; it's a melodic tapestry that pushed the boundaries of how house music could sound. If you were in a club when this dropped, it was like a collective spiritual experience, a cathartic release on the dancefloor. The Bucketheads - The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind) With a sonic nod to Chicago house, The Bucketheads released "The Bomb!" This track didn't just dominate the club scene; it seeped into mainstream consciousness. Interestingly, the track samples "Street Player" by Chicago, a band whose roots trace back to rock and jazz fusion. Aretha Franklin - A Deeper Love (C + C Music Factory Mix) If any song could serve as a sonic representation of empowerment, it would be Aretha Franklin's "A Deeper Love." When you pair the Queen of Soul with the production prowess of C + C Music Factory, you get a track that goes beyond a simple club banger—it's an anthem for the ages. Judy Cheeks - As Long As You're Good To Me (Love To Infinity's Classic Paradise Club Mix) By 1995, Judy Cheeks was already a staple in the house scene. But when Love To Infinity got their hands on "As Long As You're Good To Me," the song transformed into an epic narrative of love and longing, the kind that would leave the club crowd spellbound as the night wore on. So why does this genre of 90s House Music Classics continue to captivate us? Perhaps it's the way these tracks encapsulate a period of ingenuity and emotional depth, intertwining with the broader tapestry of '90s cul...
81:42 9/20/10
90s Classic House Music Volume 3: Groove Is in the Heart
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_6639731a05251 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_6639731a05251 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-6639731a05251"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-6639731a05251"); } While our last outing chronicled the foundational bricks that laid the 90s Classic House Music landscape, this installment promises to dig beneath the surface. This time, we unearth lesser-known tales and unheard vibes from a decade that, much like the collapse of the Soviet Union, marked the end of old orders and the burgeoning of the new. So, without further ado, let's delve into some unforgettable tracks that framed club culture, influenced lifestyle, and are still absolute bangers. Deee-Lite - Groove Is In The Heart (Ultimix) Emanating from the artistic hub that was New York City, Deee-Lite's "Groove Is In The Heart" blasted through the airwaves, gaining traction in 1990. While Nelson Mandela was freed that same year, signaling the end of apartheid, "Groove Is In The Heart" became an anthem for personal liberation on dance floors. Livin' Joy - Dreamer (Junior Vasquez Sound Factory Mix) It was 1994, the year the U.S. hosted its first FIFA World Cup, when Livin' Joy dropped "Dreamer," capturing the blissful ignorance and idealism coursing through society. Junior Vasquez's Sound Factory Mix added a touch of urbane sophistication to this naive optimism. Billie Ray Martin - Your Loving Arms (Soundfactory Vocal Mix) "Your Loving Arms" by Billie Ray Martin wove its musical threads into the fabric of 1995. As the Dayton Agreement was being signed, bringing a tenuous peace to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Martin's soulful rendition stood as a testament to the healing power of music, amplified by the Junior Vasquez Soundfactory Vocal Mix. Bizarre Inc. feat. Angie Brown - I'm Gonna Get You (Original Flavour Mix) If there was a single word to describe 1992, it would be 'transformational', from Bill Clinton's electoral victory to the commercial release of the first Nicotine patch. "I'm Gonna Get You" by Bizarre Inc. featuring Angie Brown, invigorated clubs, proving that house could be as politically assertive as it was catchy. Tori Amos - Professional Widow (Armand Van Helden's Star Trunk Mix) Fast forward to 1996, the year that saw the introduction of the DVD format. Armand Van Helden transformed Tori Amos's "Professional Widow" into a garage house phenomenon, highlighting how technology and art could marry into something ground-breaking. Inner City - Good Life (Magic Juan's Mix) In 1988, right at the threshold of the 90s, Inner City released "Good Life." This track embodied the universal desire for happiness and freedom, perfectly encapsulated in Magic Juan's Mix. The song has become a staple in 90s Classic House Music and frequently sampled.
80:11 9/19/10
90s Classic House Music Volume 2: Push the Feeling On
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_6639731a063a0 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_6639731a063a0 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-6639731a063a0"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-6639731a063a0"); } If our last rendezvous into the dynamic world of the '90s was a dance through the pulsating rhythms that shaped an epoch, consider this the encore the DJ spins just when you thought the night was over. Just as the dawn of the World Wide Web connected us in unforeseen ways, 90s Classic House Music served as a communal thread, stitching together diverse experiences in the tapestry of a transformative decade. In this next installment, we delve deeper into the tracks that didn't just make us move, but moved us—emotionally and culturally. Black Box - Ride On Time (Massive Mix) Kicking off with a track that holds its own name in the annals of house history, Black Box's "Ride On Time" became the UK's best-selling single of 1989. If you remember flipping through TV channels and stumbling upon the fall of the Berlin Wall, there's a good chance this Massive Mix was pulsating through nightclubs, offering an uncanny blend of freedom and euphoria. It was not without controversy as it sampled the vocals of Loleatta Holloway who later sued the label over copyright infringement which was ultimately settled out of court and included the addition of her name as the vocalist on future album pressings. Lonnie Gordon - Happenin' All Over Again (PWL Original Extended Mix) As the world stepped into the 1990s, Lonnie Gordon’s "Happenin' All Over Again" hit the charts. Released in the same year Nelson Mandela was freed, this song captured a vibe of optimism. It was a second chance, not just for Mandela, but for everyone on the dance floor to start anew. Annie Lennox - Walking On Broken Glass (David Morales Mix) When Annie Lennox released "Walking On Broken Glass," it was 1992, and the U.S. presidential baton was handed from Bush to Clinton. David Morales offered a remix that took this emotionally rich track and imbued it with a house vibe, turning heartbreak into something you could dance to. Ce Ce Peniston - Finally (12'' Choice Mix) "Finally," by Ce Ce Peniston, was the anthem of 1991, ringing in the new decade with the official end of apartheid in South Africa. Its 12'' Choice Mix transformed the track into an iconic house number, capturing a fleeting moment in time when it felt like anything was possible. Crystal Waters - 100% Pure Love (Original 12'' Mix) By 1994, the world had just witnessed the signing of the Oslo Accords, a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine. During this period of potential tranquility, Crystal Waters' "100% Pure Love" provided a melodic backdrop that mirrored the era’s cautious optimism.
87:14 9/19/10
90s Classic House Music Volume 1: Ride On the Rhythm
Play Pause Support the PodcastDownloadShare var srp_player_params_6639731a07717 = {"title":"","store_title_text":"","albums":[],"hide_artwork":"true","sticky_player":"true","show_album_market":0,"show_track_market":"true","hide_timeline":0,"player_layout":"skin_boxed_tracklist","orderby":"date","order":"DESC","hide_album_title":"true","hide_album_subtitle":"true","hide_player_title":"true","hide_track_title":"true","show_publish_date":"false","show_skip_bt":"false","show_volume_bt":"false","show_speed_bt":"false","show_shuffle_bt":"false","use_play_label":"true","use_play_label_with_icon":"true","progressbar_inline":"true","spectro":"","hide_progressbar":"true","main_settings":"||"} var srp_player_params_args_6639731a07717 = {"before_widget":"","after_widget":"","before_title":"","after_title":"","widget_id":"arbitrary-instance-6639731a07717"} if(typeof setIronAudioplayers !== "undefined"){ setIronAudioplayers("arbitrary-instance-6639731a07717"); } In the 90s, house music wasn't just a genre; it was a cultural phenomenon that transcended the usual boundaries of music and influenced everything from fashion to language. As the needle hit the vinyl, tracks like Lisa Stansfield's "All Around The World" and Sybil's "Don't Make Me Over" created an atmosphere in clubs that was magnetic. But what made these tracks iconic, and how did they define an era? Let's rewind and rediscover some of these 90s Classic House Music anthems. Lisa Stansfield - All Around The World (Extended Version) During a time when the Berlin Wall had just fallen, Lisa Stansfield’s "All Around The World" was a tour de force in 1990. It permeated the airwaves, drawing in a variety of listeners. The Extended Version added extra layers of sultry soul to the track, giving DJs more material to work with. Stansfield's voice acted like an auditory passport, taking listeners to places they'd only dreamt of, all while nestled in a club surrounded by other dreamers. Sybil - Don't Make Me Over (The KING-dom Come Mix) Fast forward to 1989, as Nelson Mandela walked free from prison, Sybil’s "Don't Make Me Over" was finding its rightful place in the house music pantheon. The KING-dom Come Mix imbued the classic tune with a unique blend of electronic beats and soulful harmonies, making it a staple on dancefloors across the globe. Soul II Soul feat. Caron Wheeler - Back To Life (However Do You Want Me) (12'' Mix) 1990 was a year that balanced itself between the end of the Cold War and the commencement of the Gulf War. Amidst the upheaval, Soul II Soul's "Back To Life" captured the collective consciousness. Its 12'' Mix with Caron Wheeler at the vocal helm felt like a mantra for a world in flux, urging us to live our lives however we chose, regardless of the chaos around us. Malaika - So Much In Love (12'' Choice Mix) By 1992, the internet was starting to change the way we lived, but on the dancefloor, Malaika's "So Much In Love" was still about the simple things: love and the intoxicating feeling of rhythm. De'Lacy - Hideaway (Dubfire Needs To Score Remix) In 1995, when Windows 95 was bringing about a new age of computing, De'Lacy's "Hideaway" created its own kind of revolution. The Dubfire Needs To Score Remix offered a dark, gripping allure that kept clubbers entranced till the early hours. Crystal Waters - Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless) (Basement Boy's Strip To The Bone Mix) In the mid-90s, while America was getting to know its new president Bill Clinton, Crystal Waters was serving up "Gypsy Woman.
85:34 9/15/10

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