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UBIQUITY // LUV N’HAIGHT // CUBOP: In The Studio …
Monday, September 22nd, 2003 | Posted in News | Comments Off on UBIQUITY // LUV N’HAIGHT // CUBOP: In The Studio …

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Turner Brothers – Luv’n’Haight Edit Series Vol.6
Thursday, October 31st, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Turner Brothers – Luv’n’Haight Edit Series Vol.6

Image: 1584517 The sixth volume in our Luv N’Haight Edit Series featuring 2 hard-hitting tracks from Turner Brothers is a throwback to the classic edits sound courtesy of Sun Sound Records owner, edit master and renowned record collector Paolo Scotti. With several recent edits under his belt including classics by Touch of Class, Joe Thomas, and Ultrafunk as well as a compilation of Rare Disco and Soul from his Sun Sound Records label imprint based in Italy, the time was right to tap him as the next producer for our ongoing series of edits from the Luv N’Haight catalog.
Running In The Rain lends itself perfectly to Paolo’s aesthetic giving the amazing groove of the original room to breathe, focusing on the luscious driving rhythm and killer horns, taking the original that clocks in at just under 4 minutes and stretching it out almost hitting the 5 1/2 minute mark. His treatment of Cause
I Love You is another example of “less is more” as the intro is spaced out as if to perfectly sync with the DJ as he drops the track allowing for a seamless transition. Paolo takes an already perfect track and gives the dancefloor and the listener an additional treat with an extended edit over 7 minutes long!

A1.Running In The Rain (Sun Sound re-edit by Paolo Scotti & Giacomo Silvestri) – Turner Bros. – 5:22
A2. Running In The Rain (Original) – Turner Bros. – 3:57
B1. Cause I Love You (Sun Sound re-edit by Paolo Scotti & Giacomo Silvestri) – Turner Bros. – 7:41
B2. Cause I Love You (Original) – Turner Bros. – 4:13 Available from 11.10.2013

Afrodesia – The Afro Soul-Tet (Luv N’ Haight)
Monday, January 24th, 2011 | Tags: , ,
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Jack Millman produced and released the Afrodesia album on his own Banyon label sometime between 1968-1971. The album mixes jazz, Latin, funk, surf, exotica and will be re-issued on Luv N’Haight.

CD LHCD063 / LP LHLP063
Release: 28-01-11
Luv N’ Haight presents an exclusive re-release of Twilight’s “Still Loving You” …
Wednesday, May 5th, 2010 | Tags: , ,
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“Still Loving You”, by Twilight, was originally released in 1981. Housed in a low-fi generic album cover, this very polished, professionally produced record sounds like it was made by a super talented band. Strains of Earth Wind and Fire, George Duke and Roy Ayers, flow through a collection of tunes that effortlessly blend soul, disco, […]

Twilight – You’re In Love (Kon Remix) (Edit Vol.7)
Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Twilight – You’re In Love (Kon Remix) (Edit Vol.7)

Image: 1586386 01. You’re In Love (Kon Remix) 02. You’re In Love (Kon Dub) /

Volume 7 of our ongoing Luv N’Haight Edit Series is our first on a 7 inch and features heavyweight digger, edit-master and producer Kon with his take on Twilight’s Modern Soul and Boogie classic “You’re In Love”. He stays true to the original but packs a bit more punch into the groove while keeping the focus on the catchy vocals and chorus on the A-side, and doing it Dub-style with minimal vocals and plenty of echo on the flip.

2013 was definitely the year of Kon with a remix released in March via On The Prowl’s Party Mix Vol.7, his “All About You” EP dropping in May on Soul Clap’s newly formed record label and his first solo all-original album “On My Way” released on BBE this past July. In between studio-work, touring in promotion of his new releases and djing parties as one of the world’s most highly sought-after DJ’s, Kon couldn’t pass up the opportunity to add his name to our growing list of venerated producers that have blessed the Luv N’Haight Edit Series with their work. Supplied with the original stems culled from master tapes provided by Twilight’s own Lawrence Ross, Kon takes full-advantage and crafts a classic remix and dub version of the song guaranteed to get any dancefloor jumping.

With a career spanning decades and first brought to prominence as one half of Kon and Amir and their work on the legendary “Off Track” and “On Track” releases as well as remixes of luminary artists Cerrone, Kool And The Gang, Bee Gees, Slave and Chic amongst many others, has allowed him to transcend his moniker as “King Of Nothing”. Counting noted taste makers such as Gilles Peterson, Danny Krivit, John Morales, Jazzanova and Dam Funk as fans of his work, Kon’s prominence is steadily on the rise with it’s apex still unforeseen on the horizon.

Look for another Twilight remix from Kon on a Twilight Remixes release with Ohmega Watts, Twilight Tone and other surprise producers coming in 2014! Available from 28.02.2014

Ubiquity Records – 20 years of California Soul …
Wednesday, January 13th, 2010 | Tags:
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As tweeted by Gilles Peterson: “Best US Record Label Of The Decade: Ubiquity Records (incorporating Luv N’Haight).” The fine folks of Ubiquity Records celebrate their 20th anniversary and you can win: The dawn of new decade means that 20 years have passed since the Groove Merchant record store opened up on Haight Street in San […]

Eugene Blacknell
Monday, September 3rd, 2007 | Tags: , ,
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Oakland guitar ace Eugene Blacknell released multiple singles that ranged in style from raw R&B to power house funk. His musical career stretched from the early 1960s when as a talented and sharp dressed kid, he would become the youngest musician from the Bay Area to play the Apollo in New York, to the end of the 1980s when he died too young.

During that time he established himself as an East Bay original, an entrepreneur, and an activist. His ability to cross-over from R&B to blues, funk and soul put him at head of the Bay Area scene and he was often compared to the likes of Albert and BB King. His business dealings were inspirational. His band were able to break into new scenes and live circuits, and he helped improve standards of pay for African American musicians in the Bay Area. With so many accomplishments it’s an irony of fate that he died before releasing an album despite having recorded enough material for several …

The second volume in the “CALIFORNIA SOUL” series features music recorded between 1966 and 1982 …
Friday, April 20th, 2007 | Posted in News | Comments Off on The second volume in the “CALIFORNIA SOUL” series features music recorded between 1966 and 1982 …

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VARIOUS -BAY AREA FUNK: Funk & Soul Essentials From San Francisco, Oakland, and the Bay Area 1967 – 1976 …
Thursday, November 6th, 2003 | Posted in News | Comments Off on VARIOUS -BAY AREA FUNK: Funk & Soul Essentials From San Francisco, Oakland, and the Bay Area 1967 – 1976 …

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Don Cunningham
Thursday, May 15th, 2003 | Tags:
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The Don Cunningham Quartet “Something For Everyone” LP was recorded and sold only at live shows at the St Louis Playboy Jazz Club in 1965. This album is as rare as they get. Previously only available on vinyl (a mere 500 were released on the appropriately named Exclusive label) the original is highly sought after by collectors.

Read an exclusive interview with Don Cunningham who is currently on break, in between live dates with the Count Basie Orchestra …

UBIQUITY Release schedule 2003 …
Wednesday, January 15th, 2003 | Posted in News | Comments Off on UBIQUITY Release schedule 2003 …

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Staff Charts 2014
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Das Jahr 2014 neigt sich dem Ende entgegen. Aus diesem Grund haben wir wieder einige der Angestellten von Groove Attack, Rough Trade Distribution und GoodToGo befragt, was ihre ganz persönlichen musikalischen Highlights der vergangenen zwölf Monate waren. Nachfolgend haben wir ihre Antworten aufgelistet. Gleichzeitig möchten wir die Gelegenheit nutzen und uns bei allen Geschäftspartnern, Medienpartnern, […]

Staff Charts 2005
Wednesday, December 21st, 2005 | Tags: ,
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Holy moly, the year 2005 is almost over. And so many changes happened we can’t even remember. Most recently we had to congratulate Mrs. Merkel for becoming the first female chancellor of Germany, but honestly nobody really cared. As always the much more important news came from overseas. Have you heard that our beloved newlyweds Jessica and Nick split up after they had stolen the hearts of audiences everywhere? And Britney sold Kevin’s Ferrari. Oh boy…But through all these times of melancholy one thing will remain the same and stay forever, and that’s our pure love for music.

So in good ol’ tradition we asked around what Groove Attack’s employees have been listening to in 2005. Read on ‘cuz this list is for you …

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