deep house classics



“Move On Up” by Curtis Mayfield 

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13 December 1984 George visits friends from the group, Deep Purple and jams onstage during a performance of “Lucille” (as ‘Arnold From Liverpool”) at the Sydney Entertainment Centre during their “Perfect Strangers” World Tour

Photo Credits: (top) “Lucille” - Peter Carrette (center) backstage: Bob King (bottom) Backstage with Roger Glover (left) and Jon Lord (right) Credit: Bob King

a more elaboration description of the title track. jonghyun participated in writing the lyrics to the title track, “view”. the lyrics expresses the beauty of love and a mixture of diverse feelings/senses. the genre of the title track is said to be “deep house” which is a subgenre of house music that originated in the 80s that mixes elements of chicago house with the 80s jazz-funk sound. examples of deep house artists include: blue six, fred everything, julius papp, kuniyuki takahashi, lisha shaw and st. germain. the producer, ldn noise, is based out of london, england. a sample of one of his songs can be found here. other sources also mention that the song combines the deep house genre with shinee’s classic “sensual r&b vocals” to create a nice, smooth twist. (source: bysagyehan and minhole for combined information.)


“Let’s Stay Together” by Al Green/Live Performance

medaeas  asked:

do you have any good instrumental/lyric-less study playlists you listen to? (ps i absolutely adore your blog thank you for all the work you put into it ❤️)

yeeeeeeeeeeeess i have a BUNCH of playlists i have personally made on my 8tracks! im gonna link a few of the tumblr posts for instrumental ones i have 

i have the rest of the posts for my rad mixtapes here