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MR026D2 | 1994-10-28  
During the mid-80s and early 90s Movin’ Records defined the New Jersey sound. A skate-shop-turned-record-store run by the so-called “fairy godmother of house” Abigail Adams, Movin’s first output was ‘I’ve Got The Music’ by Boyd Jarvis in 1987, followed by music from game changers Blaze, Kerri Chandler, Tony Humphries and Smack; straight up “Jersey jams” that producers are still attempting to replicate to this day. Still the Movin’ Records catalogue throws up gems that sound super fresh along with plenty of lightbulb moments of musical discovery.

A long-time Blaze collaborator and New Jersey club personality, Cassio Ware raises temperatures with ‘Getting Hot’. Featuring backing vocals from Josh Milan of Blaze’s alter ego Alexander Hope, Cassio gives you the funk of the New Jersey sound with four quirky mixes designed to make you move.

Cassio The Cassmaster ‘Getting Hot’

1. Getting Hot (Broad & Market Street Mix)
2. Getting Hot (Bergen Street Mix)
3. Getting Hot (The Newark Brick City Mix)
4. Getting Hot (Chancellor Ave. Mix)

Written, Produced & Mixed by Cassio Ware
Backing Vocals by Alexander Hope
Published by Copyright Control & Campbell Connelly & Co.
P&C 1994 Movin’ Records

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