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Ron Hardy - Musicbox, Chicago (1986) (320kbps version)

  • Title: Ron Hardy Live @ Music Box, Chicago - 1986
  • Artist: Ron Hardy
  • Album: Ron Hardy Live @ Music Box, Chicago - 1986
  • Year: 2010
  • Genre: House
  • Length: 79:39 minutes (182.66 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 320Kbps (CBR)
Tracklisting: 
01. Nightlife Unlimited: Peaches & Prunes (edit)
02. Two of China: Los Niños Del Parque (Tormenta-Mix)
03. Virgo: Free Yourself
04. Frankie Knuckles: It’s A Cold World
05. Frankie Knuckles: Baby Wants to Ride
06. Tempest Trio: Do You Like The Way It Feels
07. Hercules: 7 Ways
08. The Originals: Down To Love Town (edit)
09. Parlet: Pleasure Principle
10. Sleeque: One for the Money
11. Carl Bean: I Was Born This Way (Better Days Version)
12. Billy Paul: Only the Strong Survive (edit)
13. Loleatta Holloway: Catch Me on the Rebound (Disco Madness Remix edit)
14. Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes: Don’t Leave Me This Way
15. Loose Joints: Is It All Over My Face (Male Version/Female Version)/reversed
16. Blue Magic: Welcome to the Club (edit)
17. Teddy Pendergrass: The More I Get, The More I Want (edit)

This is the greatest sounding set from Ron Hardy, I have ever heard. Most tapes were transferred at like 24kbps. This is 320kbps and sounds like it.

For those who need an introduction (I shall give you one)

Ron Hardy along with Frankie Knuckles are probably most likely responsible for the house movement explosion in the mid 80's in Chicago. Frankie got the glory with the wareHOUSE, which he lived in a loft in the upstairs. Hardy does not get his dues and that is because he died in 1992 and never did interviews but the people that were inspired from the Musicbox go like this (Chez Damier, Marshall Jefferson, Derrick May, Juan Atkins, DJ Pierre among many others).

He was weird tho, because he would play reel to reel records and play weird stuff and pitch it up(hero!). Derrick May recalls him playing a stevie wonder track at +8.

Anyway, for those who have no clue about real house, here is an introduction from the legend.

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