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October 25, 2009, at 9:46 am

Olympic pre release

OlympicThis is a relatively minor update to the DanceCrasher site but one I thought was important enough to mention.

The obscure Keith Hudson productions of Always by Al Brown and Erotic Touch of Hot Skin by Dennis Alcapone always sounded like they shared an older Rcoksteady rhythm. Well thanks to Daniel Kania it seems that we are one step closer to ID’ing this. He has pointed out that Soul Message by Ed Parkins on an Olympic pre is very similar. It’s not exactly the same rhythm but is damn close and surely too much to be a coincidence. Listen below or check the page here.

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Ed Parkins – Soul Message

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Al Brown – Always

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