21 March at 18:56 ·. I'm sad to announce my trip to the EU this weekend has been postponed due to the snow storm that hit NYC today (connection point). As such it makes sense that they turn to another well regarded house producer in Brett Johnson for their next EP. Johnson is an American who has excelled at every dance style over the years traxsource. Brett Johnson updated their cover photo. 8 March at 07:37 ·. Brett Johnson. Uncle Big Boy EP, by Brett Johnson.
Bounce! by Brett Johnson, released 01 February 2002 1. Brett Johnson & Dave Barker - Stucco Homes 2. Here & Now 3. Jiffy Pop 4. Slow Down Baby Brett Johnson opens his Classic debut somewhat eccentrically with tight funk that bleeps and blips right into your heart. Stucco Homes’ is a freaky house tribute to Frank Zappa, with surreal growly vocals and loads of wiggly electronic noises combining to oddly melodic effect over a swinging rhythm track
Release Date 2003-01-01. Label Aesoteric Records. Sounds From Around Part 4. Phonogenic, Dave Barker, Amantu Wilde.
Brett Johnson Musician. With influences ranging from early house and disco to turntablism and techno, Brett Johnson successfully straddles the line between knowledgeable "thinking man's" DJ and genuine, primal floor-filler Brett Johnson's biography. Vivien Bilbao Cohenshi Entertainment ww. ohenshi.
The Complete Recordings is a compilation album by American blues musician Robert Johnson, released August 28, 1990 on Columbia Records. The album's recordings were recorded in two sessions in Dallas and San Antonio, Texas for the American Record Company (ARC) during 1936 and 1937. Most of the songs were first released on 78rpm records in 1937. The Complete Recordings contains every recording Johnson is known to have made, with the exception of an alternate take of "Travelling Riverside Blues".
CreditsBrett Johnson - Primary Artist
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