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10cf746e54 It was in this word of mouth manner that I picked up most of my bookings during this early stage of my DJ renaissance. With Discos re-emergence in specialist circles during more recent times, Montanas musical contributions belatedly gained appreciation from a younger generation of dance music enthusiasts via a double-album retrospective, compiling mainly Goody Goody and Montana Sextet / Orchestra tracks, called Heavy Vibes, released in 2002 on the Italian Temposhere label. Im not sure why I thought it was called Whatever Happened To The Soul? it turns out the recording, issued on limited 7 (only 300 pressed), was actually called Music. .. Ive decided that, at least initially, these pre-2009 mixes will only be shared privately, by way of thanks to those who have helped swell my SoundCloud following to a figure not far off 15,000 people. The track connects back to Man Fridays Love Honey, Love Heartache, a 1986 Larry Levan mix, which took its influence from the Funk Masters / TW Funkmasters and Love Money from 1980 (original) / 1981 (Champagne version), a seminal UK recording that was big on the Jazz-Funk scene in the early 80s before making waves in the underground dance clubs of New York and Chicago (to round things off, Love Money was inspired by the 1979 Reggae hit Money In My Pocket by Dennis Brown).
His band, the Soul Searchers, started recording in 1972, and his most successful releases were 1979s Bustin Loose and Ashleys Roachclip (1974), which featured a much sampled drum break that has turned up on numerous Hip Hop releases, most famously Paid In Full by Eric B & Rakim. It quickly became a key point of reference within the club community, DJs very much central to its success. The Monastic Mix from 1996 (in conjunction with Matt Shannon) had been my final tape edited project, and acted as both an ending and a fresh starting point. However, it unfortunately wasnt to be as Mel died in 2007, before my return. But no sooner had he started putting out his own stuff than he stopped, with no new recordings issued for over 5 years. In December 1982 it was Heavy Vibes by the Montana Sextet, followed, 3 months later, by Ooh, I Love It (Love Break) by the Salsoul Orchestra, which he wrote and produced. Harking back to Love Honey, Love Heartache and what came before, it echoed that sense of history that Bone pinpointed.