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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

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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.

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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

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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

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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

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Fingers Inc.'s 'Another Side' album to be reissued!

Although no official statement has been made on Alleviated Records website, Larry Heard‘s label is to give a new birth to Fingers Inc.‘s seminal ‘Another Side’ album, 27 years after its original release on UK label Jack Trax back on Feb. 292 more words

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Georgia pastor defends church sign calling homosexuality a 'death worthy crime'

Robert Owens was innocently riding his bike through Milledgeville, Georgia when he saw a church sign that shocked him.

According to WGXA, the sign in front of the Ten Commandments Church read:¬†“Homesexuality is a Death Worthy Crime.” 200 more words

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