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Feelin It (The Remixes)
Circle Of Funk, Lifford
Slapped Up Soul

SUS019 | 2015-06-08
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Feelin It
True 2 Life Mix (7:23)
Circle Of Funk, Lifford
True 2 Life
Soulful House
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$1.99
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Feelin It
Luka Deep-Tech Scrub Mix (7:29)
Circle Of Funk, Lifford
Luka
Tech House
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Feelin It
Original Mix (6:48)
Circle Of Funk, Lifford
Soulful House
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Feelin It
True 2 Life Dub Mix (6:50)
Circle Of Funk, Lifford
True 2 Life
Soulful House
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Feelin It
True 2 Life Instrumental Mix (7:23)
Circle Of Funk, Lifford
True 2 Life
Soulful House
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Feelin It
COF Instrumental Mix (6:45)
Circle Of Funk, Lifford
Soulful House
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In 2011 Feelin It was the first collaboration between Circle of Funk and Lifford. The track beat was still under construction, and serendipitously, Lifford heard it. He was immediately moved by the party Afro and Latin vibes, and felt compelled to create his own magical lyrics. The track was publicly very well received and reached number 7 in the Official UK Urban Club chart.

The remix package is being released on the Slapped Up Soul label with contributions from top South African producer Luka and Bristol maestro Richard Pring (True2Life).

Luka's remix turns the track completely on its head from a lively party track to a minimal Afro chillout cut that is Luka's trademark. Although he adds a very different emotion to the proceedings, it works incredibly well and has a mesmerising charm that gets right inside the psyche of the listener.

True2Life provides a remix and a dub version, bringing a big sound to the mix, a lively UK garage touch with jazzy organ and a bouncing beat that will keep the dance floor grooving.

Circle of Funk have carefully chosen two very accomplished producers to remix one of the absolute gems of their back catalogue. The remixes are very different flavours of the original but both retain something very addictive about this track which has really done justice to the original composition. Feelin It (The Remixes) is a beautifully constructed package which is sure to be a hit on the summer dance floors around the world.
(C) Sue Mcdonald

Vinny Da Vinci - House Afrika - Will play for sure, Full Support.
Robert Owens - Cool track.
Groove Assassin - Hot Pack of mixes.
Andy Ward - F@@king Awesome.
Josh Milan - The grrove is there, Nice Banger.
Richard Earnshaw - Nice vibe.
Benji Candelario - Funky as expected.
Nick Power - Will give this a few spins.
Booker T- Nice Vibes, feeling the main mix.
Niall Redmond - RTE - Digging Rich Prings mixes for sure.
DJ Pope - Full Support.
Sooz Grooves - Excellent remixes of this feel good classic, I Can't explain howmuch I love this package, fab work by all involved.
Brazilian Soul Crew - Really nice release, Garage Mixes are dope.
Vincent Kwok - The T2L mixes are hot.
Black Terry - Chicago - Super Hot Package.
Hippie Torrales - Original still the best.
Neil Pugwash - Soulful House Chart - Nice remixes to an already dance floor pleaser.
Norbert Borchers - Kickin!!! Great tune!!
Lady Duracell - Luka Deep-Scrub Mix is doing the business on the remixes for this great song, Feelin It X 100.
Joey Silvero - Vocals as always are wicked, into a few of these mixes but my fav is still the original.
Martin Lodge - Mi-Soul - Original Mix for me.
Dj Oji - T2L mixes are good, still a fan of the original mix though.
Mike Agent K - Great mixes guys, Support both House & garage mixes.

"Will play for sure, Full Support" - Vinny Da Vinci (House Afrika)
"Cool Track" - Robert Owens
"Hot pack of Mixes" - Groove Assassin (UK)
"F@@king Awesome" - Andy Ward (Soul Central)
"The groove is there, Nice Banger" - Josh Milan (Honey Coombe Music)
"Tight!!!!" - Marcus Wyatt (USA)
"Nice Vibes, Feelin the main mix." - Booker T (Kings of Soul)
"Nice Vibe!!!!" - Richard Earnshaw (Duffnote)
"Absolutely Lovin the funk in the vocals." - Trinidadian Deep
"Full Support" - DJ POPE (USA)
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