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Keep Givin' Me Love


SU08D | 1993-09-01  
New-York-based Sub-Urban Records, founded by the mighty Tommy Musto and Silvio Tancredi in 1992, was one of the most consistent American garage and vocal house labels of its time. Musto was the driving force behind the label for his exceptional production and remixing work. The label’s first releases by Musto along with Victor Simonelli and Matthias Heilbronn were to set the tone for its outstanding quality with its distinctive solid beat, tight keyboards and soulful, often gospel-tinged vocals. Over the years, Sub-Urban Records has showcased much-loved releases from the likes of Jazz-N-Groove, Deep Zone, Kerri Chandler, Mousse T, Sandy Rivera and many more.

Brian Tappert, Roy A. Grant and Marc Pomeroy come together under the Jazz-N-Groove alias for their early release ‘Keep Givin’ Me Love’ featuring vocals by Mystery Marquis. The uplifting ‘Original Jazz-N-Groove Mix’ has a bumping beat and ‘The Groove Mix’ presents a more stripped back version. ‘Marc’s Tribe of Lunch Pail Mix’ takes a deeper approach with ‘Roy’s ‘Deep-A-Holic’ Jazz Mix’ rounding off the package.

Jazz-N-Groove ‘Keep Givin' Me Love’

1. ‘Keep Givin' Me Love’ (Original Jazz-N-Groove Mix)
2. ‘Keep Givin' Me Love’ (The Groove Mix)
3. ‘Keep Givin' Me Love’ (Marc's Tribe of Lunch Pail Mix)
4. ‘Keep Givin' Me Love’ (Roy's 'Deep-A-Holic' Jazz Mix)

Written, Programmed, Produced and Mixed by Brian Tappert and Roy A. Grant for Nas-T-Groove Productions.
Engineered by Brian Tappert
Track 2 - Additional Production, Programming and Mix by Brian Tappert
Track 3 - Additional Production, Programming and Mix by Marc Pomeroy
Track 4 - Additional Production, Programming and Mix by Roy A. Grant
Published by Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd
P&C 1993 Sub-Urban Records
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