Friday, February 1, 2008

The Songs That Got Away: Part Three

kd lang - Consequences Of Falling (JM's Peter Rauhofer Radio Mix)
**There was once a time when I was a huge Peter Rauhofer fan. If there's any mix that can explain why, it's this one. F-L-A-W-L-E-S-S!!!! I had to make this one a little over 5 minutes cause I love the ending.**

Suede - Everything Will Flow (JM's Rollo Radio Edit)
**This was a big underground hit in NYC for awhile and while it never really broke ground other places, Rollo's production was so great taking this British bands mellow pop/rock song and turning it into a dancefloor playground that I had to show it off!**

Prince - Thieves In The Temple (JM's Junior Vasquez Radio Edit)
**While this isn't a full vocal, Junior really made something special out of this one. It has alot of Junior drama with a darker feel to it and since the original mix is on the massive side, I tried to keep the best dramatic elements of this one.**

Richie - Magic (Hex Hector Radio Edit) **Official Edit**
**I realize that there's always an extreme to dance music that me and perhaps 5 other people in the world enjoy. I also realize that this lands at the top of that list lol!! This is infamous club kid Richie Rich making his singing debut...and it's AWFUL!! And yes, it is THAT 'Magic', an awful, nasally cover of Olivia Newton-John's 80's hit. It's so bad it's good and what I do enjoy about it is that you get to hear a very early, then unknown Hex Hector try to make SOMEthing out of this! For the time it was (1996 I believe), he was on his way to being who he is today!**

Sherrie Lea - Anyway (Hex Hector Radio Edit) **Official Edit**
**This is SUCH a good song from Sherrie. Who is she? I have no idea, but she left a superb and overlooked song in her midst. When the bridge hits and she sings "When you're lost and you need someone but you can't see beyond your pride. Let the walls come down when you hit the ground. Open your eyes...", it's dance music heaven!**


Dust said...

I think she is Canadian...she also had a great dance song called Spellbound

John said...

I LOVED this song and played it alot when it first came out. It was really sadly overlooked. Thanks for brining it back.

By the way...

Sergio M. Espinosa said...


As Dust have said, Sherrie Lea is a Canadian singer. Her CD album 'Spellbound' belongs to HiBias Records and her producer is the same as Celine Dion's and many other famous artists.

My fav SL songs are: 'Finally Discovered', 'Spellbound', and 'You Can Count On Me'.

BTW, I LOVE this blog...