New York house pillar Louie Vega crafts his debut solo album from the same blend of strutting funk, soaring jazz, and soulful R&B he helped invent via countless singles. This set traverses the musical map with over two dozen collaborations, from Funkadelic’s bottom-heavy Ain’t That Funkin’ Kinda Hard on You? to Vikter Duplaix's disco-smooth Gimme Some Love. Jocelyn Brown, N'Dea Davenport, and others lend their joyous voices, while Argentinean jazz guitarist Luis Salinas delivers a solo on Es Vedra that affirms this LP as a master class in deep dance.
Album: Louie Vega Starring XXVIII. The Clark Sisters) 03 – Elevator (Going Up) (Album Mix) (feat. Monique Bingham) 04 – Angels Are Watching Me (Album Mix) (feat. Bucie) 05 – A New Day (Album Mix) (feat. Caron Wheeler) 06 – Magical Ride (Wave of Love) (Album Mix) (feat. NADea Davenport) 07 – Gift of Love (Album Mix) (feat. Tony Momrelle) 08 – Heaven Knows (Album Mix) (feat. Josh Milan) 18 – Because We Love It (Album Mix) (feat. Zara McFarlane) 19 – Turned Onto You (Album Mix) (feat. Lisa Fischer & Anane Vega) 20 – Do What You Gotta Do (Album Mix) (feat. Lisa Fischer) 21 – Stop On By (Album Mix) (feat. Cindy Mizelle & Lisa Fischer) 22 – Slick City (Album Mix) (feat.
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Luis Ferdinand Vega Jr. (born June 12, 1965), better known as "Little Louie" Vega, is an American DJ, record producer and remixer of Puerto Rican ancestry. He is one half of the Masters at Work musical production team. Vega embarked on his music career as a disc jockey, spinning records at the age of 13.
Since its release last year, the Grammy Nominated Album for Best Dance Electronic Album, Louie Vega Starring. XXVIII has reached unfathomable heights, after 8 single releases and two full triple set vinyl album releases, we still have one more up our sleeve. XXVIII digital release series, this time taking it to another level with The Unreleased & Lost Mixes. When making an album there are usually more than the number of songs allocated for a project.
XXVIII Louie Vega is one of dance music's most important figures. Together with Kenny Dope as Masters At Work, he defined the house sound of the '90s, taking the genre to a global audience. Key to MAW's success was their superhuman output. Through much of the '90s, they were in the studio 18 hours per day, seven days a week, only leaving to play DJ gigs. If anyone could rest on former glories it would be Vega, but his new album, a 28-track soulful-house opus, shows he's as industrious as ever. Starrin. XVIII sees Vega directing a huge cast of musicians, vocalists and.
In stock now for same day shipping. Louie Vega Starring XXVIII. Given the length of his career, it's rather surprising to find that Starring XXVIII is the New York house veteran's debut solo album.