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This Beat Is Mine! Robert Owens ‎– Too Much For Me (Black Label)

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For this to happen, nothing’s more easy… What you’ve just got to do is leave a comment and let us know about your favorite piece of music(*), along with a review explaining what it suggests you and why people should dig it. 188 more words

Deep House

Coldcut feat. Robert Owens - Walk A Mile In My Shoes (Henrik Schwarz Remix) (Ninja Tune)

A neighbour of Deep House Chicago originator Larry Heard, Robert Owens came on to form Fingers Inc. with him and Ron Wilson back in the early days of the genre. 137 more words


Fingers Inc. - Another Side [ML9001LP]

Some 17 years after it’s original release, Fingers Inc’s expansive debut album, Another Side, remains one of the greatest deep house full-lengths of all time. Here, the album gets the re-master and re-issue treatment, with the original double vinyl set being expanded to a triple to guarantee loud cuts for club play. 66 more words


VA - This Is How It Started Vol.4 [CHITOWN004]

‘This Is How It Started’ focuses heavily on the early days of the Chicago sound, especially in the formative years at Ron Hardy’s Music Box. Vinyl Sampler 4 of a comprehensive journey in the essence of Chicago House Music is set too feature Mach, Robert Owens, Clandestino & Eli Escobar.



Quentin Harris feat. Robert Owens - Always (Kaje Trackheadz Remix) (Trackheadz)

6 years after its original release on Home Recordings as already remixed by Kaje Trackeadz, this monster jam resurfaces for our greatest pleasure, with a brand new rework by the latter giving it a rougher edge over a sharp rhythmic part, and therefore an irresistible energetic feel. 23 more words

Soulful House

New fire coming from Circle of Funk and Robert Owens

Two years ago Circle of Funk released a track called Invisible featuring House legend Robert Owens. Recently they have been back in the studio recording a second track featuring Robert. 35 more words


Interview: In the beginning, there was... Larry Heard!

“In the beginning, there was Jack, and Jack had a groove. And from this groove came the groove of all grooves. And while one day viciously throwing down on his box, Jack boldy declared : “Let there be House!” And House Music was born. 1,735 more words