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Beatdown, Techno, Downtempo
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  • Título:
    Detroit Beatdown (Volume One)
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  • Estilo:
    Beatdown, Techno, Downtempo
  • Fecha de publicación:
    Sep 2002
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  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2660 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    2268 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    1378 mb
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    3 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation

Lista de canciones

1Rick WilhiteRuby Nights
2Malik AlstonButterfly
3Norm TalleyChange
4Alton MillerTulum
5Delano SmithMetropolis
6L.A. WilliamsVelvet Music
7Mike ClarkLet Your Love
8Eddie FowlkesPowerquest
9Mike ClarkThe Creeper
10Darren AbramsLoose Piano
11Dwayne JensenMy People
12Norm TalleyExodus
13Theo ParrishFalling Up
14Eddie FowlkesBrotherman


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
3E/CD 001Various Detroit Beatdown (Volume One) ‎(2xCD, Comp)Third Ear Recordings3E/CD 001UK2002


  • Compiled ByNorm Talley
  • Executive Producer, Other [Back Sleeve Notes] – Guy McCreery


"This Record is dedicated to the people of Detroit, past, present, and future".

Mastered at Curve Pusher, London (UK)
Pressed at MPO, Averton (France).



Album 2002 14 Songs. Detroit Beatdown, Vol. 1 Various Artists. 14 tracks 96:43. Detroit Beatdown Volume One. Various Artists. Release Date 2007-03-16. Label Third Ear Recordings. Catalog 3E001. Listen to online Various - Detroit Beatdown Volume One, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Various - Detroit Beatdown Volume One from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label Third Ear Recordings catalog number 3ELP 001. This album was released in 2002-09-00 year. Format of the release is. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски. Detroit Beatdown Volume One by Various Artists, released 24 November 2017 1. Butterfly by Malik Alston 2. Tulum by Alton Miller 3. Falling Up by Theo Parrish 4. Ruby Nights by Rick Wilhite 5. Exodus by Norm Talley 6. The Creeper by Mike Agent X Clark 7. Change by Norm Talley 8. Let Your Love by Mike Agent X Clark 9. Loose Piano by Darren Abrams 10. Metropolis by Delano Smith 11. Brotherman by Eddie Fowlkes 12. Velvet Musac by L A Williams 13. Powerquest by Eddie Fowlkes 14. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 10 USD or more. Detroit Beatdown. Your Rating. Detroit Beatdown Volume One 2002. Album by Theo Parrish. Falling Up. was remixed in. Falling Up Carl Craig Remix by Carl Craig 2005. Buy release on . Trackname, Key, BPM, Publish date. Artists, Remixers, Label. Butterfly Original Mix. 120 bpm, 5A, C minor, 2007-03-16, Electronica, 0 14

My People samples Tenderness - Got To Keep On Trying
looove the Dwayne Jensen - My People. straight up funk groover.. been searching for the original sample for a while, very juicy. together with Abrams - Loose piano the top notch grooves on this LP. Essential.
Norm Talley's "Change" contains samples of underground gay classic "Carl Bean - I Was Born This Way" (1977).
I bought this in the first place for the Darren Abrams - Loose Piano track, but this compilation is a statement in Detroit's music history, so many fine talents gathered for this project and luckily vinyl only released on this single compilation
I have to echo the love the other discogs users have given this selection in their comments. This compilation is way more than you may expect from a collection of downtempo detroit house cuts. There is plenty of imagination shown by all producers involved and a lot of warmth in the music too. Another standout element is some of the sampling on these tracks - a real disco feel but not the kind of dull 're-edit' disco that is being produced by the truckload the moment. These track may be slow and long but you know you're listening to talented producers when you still want the groove to go on for at least a few more minutes. Invest some quality listening-time in this one.
I find it interesting that no one has commented on this album yet. It was the first attempt to make what has been going on in Detroit's house scene into a cohesive whole. Though it fails on some level due to the spread of genres and years usually played in their deejaying sets, this compilation does do a decent job of showing the different styles of production. Theo's discordant "Falling Up" is here in its original form, superior in my opinion to the more straightforward Carl Craig remix that has blown up. Norm Talley, not the most prolific producer, drops two more sample based gems on this album, as does one of the slept on originators of techno, Eddie Fowlkes. Mike Clark's "Let Your Love" uses it's vocal sample to hypnotise the dancefloor into ecstacy. Other highlights include Darren Abrams' "Loose Piano", Rick Wilhite's "Ruby Nights", and Delano Smith's "Metropolis", though every track on here is pretty strong. These tracks are meant to be dropped inbetween disco, techno, house, soul, 80's, and jazz records, that's the best way to understand the true beatdown sound!