Z Records is starting 2016 in similarly strong fashion with the follow up to Remixed With Love. It's been over two years since the first instalment which topped many sales charts on its release so now the remixes that made up that album have been heard on house and disco dancefloors around the world ever since, it's time for Volume 2. So allow us to present 20 more reworkings of classic soul, funk, disco and boogie tracks from the likes of Grace Jones, Robert Palmer, Cheryl Lynn, The O'Jays, Gwen McCrae, George Benson and many more.
Admittedly, we live in a world where remixes and edits of vintage dancefloor anthems aren't exactly hard to come by, in
the same way that grains of sand aren't hard to come by on a beach. But where Soundcloud, Beatport et al heave under
the weight of a gazillion bootleg offerings, many taking a dusty, scratched old 12-inch or a dodgy MP3 as their starting point,
Remixed With Love is a little different. Not only is the man with one of the most legendary record collections in the game
guaranteed to dig deeper than most, every track you hear has been (re)created using spanking new analogue transfers of
the original multi-track tapes, with the full consent and co-operation of the copyright owners. Which means not only are you
getting the best possible sound quality, the creators of the original tracks are getting paid too – as they damn well should
be. These multi track tapes also uncovered elements that were not used in the original mixes so Joey has incorporated some
of these never before heard parts such as the Grace Jones aerobic workout instruction.