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Trouble On The Land - A Love That Is Real
Cat: GAMM 147. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Trouble On The Land - A Love That Is Real (10:16)
  2. Trouble On The Land - A Love That Is Real (instrumental) (6:23)
Review: Ashley Beedle and Ray Mang aka The Boogie Twins have reworked and edited one of Paul "Trouble" Anderson's biggest signature tracks. Beedle claimed witnessing Anderson at work at his Electric Ballroom residency back in the day was a major influence, where the late selector would move through boogie, electro, hip-hop and disco, particularly the low slung groove of Trouble On The Land's "A Love That Is Real" that's featured on this 12". The pair get to work, offering a special dubbed-out edit of this rare groove classic which remains a much-loved staple of today's club scene and an example of Anderson's exceptional ear for music. This is a charity record and a tribute to Anderson, with all profits directed to Macmillan Cancer UK.
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FORTHCOMING
Presents Remixes From The Dungeon
Cat: GAMM 150.
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. I'm In Love Dancin'
  2. Imma Freak
Review: Given the respective reputations of Chicago scene stalwarts DJ Emanuel and Rahaan, you'd expect these collaborative "Remixes From The Dungeon" to be pretty damn good. They are, of course, with the Windy City veterans making merry with a pair of sweaty, leftfield NYC disco classics. As the title suggests, A-side "I'm Love Dancing" sees the duo rearrange Dinosaur's "Is It All Over My Place", smartly emphasizing the track's odder elements, including those drunken horns and spiralling solos, while also giving the bustling groove plenty of time to get hips and feet moving. Flipside "Imma Freak" is even more eccentric, with Emanuel and Rahaan eking every last drop of party-starting madness from a cacophonous, dancefloor-slaying disco oddity.
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Seegweed Edits Part 2
Cat: GAMM 071. Rel: 08 Jun 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Willie Hutch - "Slick"
  2. Los Monequitos De Matanzas - "Lo Que Dice El Abacua"
  3. Lou Bond - "To The Establishment"
Review: GAMM waste little time in dropping the second round of Scandodelic edits from man like Seegweed who presents a trio of tweaks that straddle the lines between disco, beatdown Latin and heavenly soul. The familiar tones of Sir Willie Hutch open proceedings in richly orchestral disco style with a tweak of the iconic singer's "Slick" lifted from the OST to The Mack starring a certain Richard Pryor. Seegweed's main embellishment concerns adding some neat percussive touches as the brass heavy arrangement makes any major surgery redundant. Alongside this is a lolloping expansion of Afro Cuban act Los Monequitos De Matanzas which is caked in sonic dust. Do check the flip for Seegweed's take on Lou Bond that adds a delightful broken bump to the singer's psychedelic soul masterpiece "To The Establishment".
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FORTHCOMING
Sober Disco Edits
Cat: GAMM 148.
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Lil' Sista
  2. Party Hearty
Review: On his first outing for G.A.M.M some years back, Jamie 3:26 channelled the spirit of the late, great Ron Hardy on two druggy, drum machine-driven reworks that were more epic than a back-to-back screening of Ben Hur and seven-hour documentary "OJ: Made In America".This time round he's in an even more celebratory mood, first rearranging a spiralling chunk of bscure disco-funk hedonism rich in mind-altering solos, spacey synth noises and driving drums (killer A-side "Lil Sista"). Over on side B he unleashes even more energy via a bass-heavy, organ and synth-rich disco workout that he's smartly looped, rearranged and extended for heightened dancefloor pleasure. Like the rest of his re-edit output, both tracks are club-focused fire!
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The Disco Edition
Cat: GAMM 144. Rel: 26 Feb 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Fist Of Fury (Al Kent edit) (11:19)
  2. Erotic Queen (Al Kent edit) (12:22)
Review: If we had to put together a list of the world's greatest dusty disco re-editors, Al Kent would come somewhere close to the top of the list. Further proof of the Glaswegian's scalpel-wielding genius can be found on this epic two-tracker for GAMM. We're particularly enjoying flipside "Erotic Queen", a 12-minute-plus revision of a near unknown disco track that boasts densely layered, sweat-soaked percussion, razor sharp strings, hammered-out Clavinet lines and, as the track speeds towards its near orgasmic conclusion, spacey synths and all manner of alternating instrument solos. Massive! A-side "Fist Of Fury" is tidy, too, with Kent working his magic on a particularly spacey, deeper disco jam that has Moog solos for days.
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The Jazzy Edition
Cat: GAMM 140. Rel: 09 Oct 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Light Of You (Al Kent edit) (8:29)
  2. Sing A Song (Al Kent edit) (7:28)
Review: Glaswegian disco overlord Al Kent is particularly fond of dusty, hard-to-find records that combine great grooves with the kind of sugary, flowing orchestration that marks out some of the greatest late-'70s dancefloor records. It's these records that he tends to re-edit. He's at it again here on a surprise two-track GAMM outing. Check first A-side "The Light Of You", a peak-time ready Stevie cover version disco cut that adds a myriad of instrumental solos to a heavily orchestrated backing track originally recorded by latin disco soul outfit LaSo. It's rather good, all told, as is the wild flipside Latin jazz-funk workout "Sing A Song". It's pretty sweaty and even boasts some serious eyes-closed guitar solo action (along with tons of authentic South American percussion).
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FORTHCOMING
Batutastica
Cat: GAMM 149.
Deep House
  1. Batutastica
  2. Jungle
Review: Remarkably, superior re-edit, remix and rework imprint G.A.M.M is approaching its 150th release. We'll hear more about what they have in store in the weeks and months ahead, but first the Swedish stable has decided to offer up something suitably special: a pair of previously unreleased edits from the king of the rusty scalpel rearrangement, Danny Krivit AKA Mr K. If it's percussion you're after, we'd heartily recommend insatiable A-side "Batutastica", a riotous revision of a drum-heavy Brazilian batacuda workout that's little more than densely layered waves of sweaty, carnival-ready percussion. It's an absolute dancefloor beast, as is the similarly hectic, intense and celebratory flipside drum workout, "Jungle". In a word: essential!
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Bump
Bump (12")
Cat: GAMM 128. Rel: 05 Nov 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bump (10:25)
  2. Know (8:08)
Review: Since 2013, Moplen has delivered some of G.A.M.M's most outstanding re-edits and remixes, including killer rubs of Chaka Khan, Michael Jackson and Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes. His latest two-track missive for the Swedish institution is also white-hot. A-side "Bump" is a soaring disco epic that cleverly builds in waves, moving from a bongo pattern intro to a sweaty orchestral conclusion via all manner of instrument solos and dub-wise effects. "Know", on the other hand, sees him offer up a brilliantly judged, hot-stepping revision of a familiar Chaka Khan tune that was also recently revised by Bugz In The Attic.
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Tweaks
Tweaks (12")
Cat: GAMM 142. Rel: 06 Feb 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Pharoah Sanders - "You've Got To Have Freedom" (Opolopo Tweak) (7:12)
  2. Roy Ayers - "We Live In Brooklyn Baby" (Opolopo Tweak) (6:05)
Review: The latest missive on GAMM is something of a biggie. It features two superb reworks of classic cuts by Pharoah Sanders and Roy Ayers courtesy of Opolopo, a house producer whose cuts always have plenty of synth-fired funk and lashings of soul. He brilliantly transforms Sanders' "You've Got To Have Freedom" into a rubbery, Latin-tinged house number, underpinning the original jazz cut - complete with righteous vocals and killer trumpet solos - with an ace new bassline and beefed-up beats. He takes a different approach on his revision of Roy Ayers' "We Live In Brooklyn Baby", re-casting it as a rolling and chunky house number full of suspenseful string parts, twinkling pianos and Ayers' titular vocal.
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Get On Board EP
Cat: GAMM 143. Rel: 10 Jan 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Soleil Jaune (Robert Ouimet & Jski extended) (6:06)
  2. Get On Board (with Robo) (6:48)
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Part One
Part One (12")
Cat: GAMM 137. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. All Good Things (6:00)
  2. Reach Out A Hand (7:29)
Review: Previously seen (and heard) on Whiskey Disco, Barefoot Beats and Basic Fingers, Toronto twosome The Patchouli Brothers have crossed the Atlantic and set up home on G.A.M.M. As the title suggests, this is the first in a series of re-edit EPs for the storied Swedish imprint. First up is "All Good Things", a fine re-arrangement of an obscure disco gem that comes loaded with sweeping strings, soulful vocals, killer grooves, Chic style guitar riffs and just the right amount of spacey synthesizer action. Over on the flip, they work their magic on a bustling cut that sits somewhere between the sumptuousness of Philadelphia International releases and eighties disco-funk.
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Part Two
Part Two (12")
Cat: GAMM 138. Rel: 30 Jul 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Fuqua & James (6:39)
  2. Peace, Love & Understanding (7:17)
Review: US re-edit crew The Patchouli Brothers return to Sweden's Gamm with two more reworked dancefloor cuts from days gone by. On the A, you'll find the exuberant 'Fuqua & James' with its sweeping strings, brass fanfares and falsetto "I'm so grateful" vocal - the track being a rejig of Sylvester's 'Grateful' from 1978 that, somewhat unusually, is quite a bit slower than the original. In comparison, the B's 'Peace, Love & Understanding' mines velvet-suited mid-70s soul a la Barry White or Joe Simon for its source material, but is every bit as upbeat and danceable as the A-side.
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1 2 1
1 2 1 (7")
Cat: GAMM 120. Rel: 22 Jan 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. 1-2-1 (PPA rework) (4:15)
  2. Lucky Duck (PPA rework) (4:32)
Review: GAMM has been responsible for some killer re-edits over the years, though we're struggling to think of any that are quite as good as Prescription Pricing Authority's killer tweak of Carlos Ramanos's "1-2-1". Noticeably heavier and crisper than the original, the rearrangement utilizes a touch of delay at crucial moments and wisely makes more of the fantastic bassline and percussion breaks. Speaking of ace basslines, you'll find a heavy dose of slap bass on the flip, where PPA turns his or her hand to Kathryn Moses's flute-sporting jazz-funk wig-out, "Lucky Duck". It is, of course, killer, though lacks the sheer celebratory rush of the on-point A-side.
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Sun Ra/Elder Jeffrey Roberson & The New Life Singers
Cat: GAMM 134. Rel: 27 Mar 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Space Is The Place (SMBD Gospel Shakedown) (6:39)
  2. We Need Love (SMBD Gospel Flip) (6:18)
Review: UK label G.A.M.M. are back with label staple Simbad (aka SMBD), whose work and music has built him a solid reputation worldwide, making him a very sought after producer and DJ. On his newest offering, we hear him serving up some surefire edits of classics to those that know. On the A side, a resplice of the Sun Ra classic "Space Is The Place" (SMBD Gospel Shakedown) which hones in on the core of this timeless jam's infectious groove, plus some some additional touches. On the flip, he turns his deft hand to the romantic soul number "We Need Love" by Elder Jeffrey Roberson & The New Life Singers, blessing us with a life-affirming edit.
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Rodney's Vibrations
Cat: GAMM 146. Rel: 15 Jul 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Rodney's Vibrations (6:58)
  2. Franco's Break (5:47)
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Temarasa
Temarasa (12")
Cat: GAMM 145. Rel: 24 Jun 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Temarasa (5:36)
  2. Chor Gway (4:43)
Review: When it comes to the jazzier, more Latin-focused side of GAMM's output, much of the best material has always come courtesy of Sugarloaf Gangsters - the re-edit alter ego of carnival house maestros Spiritual South. Here they return to the Swedish imprint for the first time in 14 years with a two-tracker that's every bit as sweaty and celebratory as their previous work. Check for example A-side "Temarasa", a brilliantly tweaked and subtly touched-up revision of a heavily percussive Brazilian workout laden with sizzling samba horns and heavy funk guitars. Equally as potent is flipside "Chor Gway", an epic African style drum track peppered with dub style electronic noises underpinned with a deliciously weighty, sub-heavy bassline.
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