Friday, December 4, 2009

Pepita Project - The Way We Were feat Paris Brightledge

Pepita Project decided to go way back sound-wise and emotionally, with the early 90s as the point of reference for "The Way We Were". Heavy strings, heavy piano and handclapping rhythms. An enigmatic singer from Chicago, Paris Brightledge (who had a massive underground hit on DJ International imprint together with Sterling Void in the late 80s) received the original tape, and lucky they are that his voice found their song. The original version is a tribute to all the great House vocalists, and to a certain time when Music was an end in itself rather than a means to an end. But Pepita Project are not narrow-minded in their way of talking and living music. The Remixes build a connection to present and future. House music legend Wayne Gardiner (Logic, Classic Man) created an outstanding, timeless piece of music for today's dance floors whilst Tomson & Benedict (Development Music) manufactured the track into a future thinking club bomb

Pepita Project ft. Paris Brightledge - The Way We Were (Tomson & Benedict Remix)


Anonymous Anonymous said...


December 4, 2009 at 5:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

want to play it in Germany

December 5, 2009 at 1:46 AM  

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