Warning – Lynn Lockamy, Rhemi

Warning

This is one of those songs that was going to be huge from it’s first play on air. Rhemi yet again have produced a modern classic with a variety of mixes to suit all tastes. There’s the classic house Rhemi main mix, Rhemi’s lighter (almost bossa nova in style) deep into soul mix and the deep, pumping and slightly funky Rokaz club mix as well as instrumental versions of the three and an acappella version too. Rokaz is another facet of Neil and Ziggy, the founders of the Rhemi label – Ziggy tells me that they use this name for the harder sounding music.

Lynn Lockamy has powerful vocal, she has been singing since she was a child and has worked with many quality artists. Lynn started off singing gospel music at church and has continued to progress her talents into deep and soulful house music, recently singing on Timmy Regisford’s “At The Club”.

Warning is a song about an unscrupulous man who plays games with women, getting them to fall under his spell before he breaks their heart.

Lynn Lockamy

Which mix do you like best ?

Click Here for Traxsource link to all Warning mixes

 

We Got The Funk – Positive Force

 

Positive Force

Positive Force

This song is about as funky as it gets, another part of my much cherished vinyl collection.

Positive Force were a band from Pennsylvania – there were quite a few members including Albert Williams, Brenda Reynolds and Vickie Drayton. This song was on the Sugar Hill label and was a hit in 1979. The band didn’t really have major success, but I always remember this song fondly, it takes me back to my teenage clubbing days and sounds as fresh today as it did then.

Have a listen and let me know what you think ? Does it sound dated, or are you starting a soul train line down the lounge as we speak ? I love the crackle of the vinyl on this clip 🙂