Back with a few more. Domestic matters have been all-enveloping lately and time hasn't been in plentiful supply. I've got loads of good stuff waiting in the wings to be posted, but here's a few in the meantime to keep interest levels fertile.
As ever, click on track titles to download.
Secrets - 16B (Alola):
Great slice of deep house and the record that put Omid 16B (what's wrong with his real surname. Ah, I know, it's foreign and a little bit difficult for us anglo-saxon types to curle our tongues around) on the map. He's well and truly slipped off the radar since though.
Let it Roll - Doug Lazy (Atlantic):
I remember walking into a hangar at Biggin Hill airfield in late spring 1989 and hearing this blasting out of the speakers, coupled with loads of loved up cockneys telling me how much they "loved John Barnes" and "scousers" it was an unforgettable night.
I Remember Dance - Chuggles (Prescription Underground):
Best piece of work Ralph Lawson's ever been involved with in my humble opinion.
Fantasy (Klubhead mix) - Blaze presents Cassioware feat. Sajeda (Playhouse):
You can't teach these guys anything. Class.