Title:Heavenly Sweetness Sampler #2
Year Of Release:2012
Total Size:152 MB
01 Robert Aaron - Flow Like a River04:13
02 The Rongetz Foundation - Broken Doll Beat 06:45
03 Guts - What Is Love
04 Blundetto feat. Hugh Coltman And Shawn Lee - Hercules 05:03
05 Patchworks - RIP with John Coltrane 04:04
06 The Rongetz Foundation - Zap Carnivorious (Patchworks R 04:50
07 Anthony Joseph And The Spasm Band - Started Off as a Da 06:03
08 Blundetto - Voices (General Elektriks Version) 04:45
09 Raphael - Dead Sea Scrolls
10 Raphael - Dead Sea Scrolls (Emmanuel Trep Kormann Spiri 05:34
11 Anthony Joseph And The Spasm Band - Bossa for Dalston 08:06
Please find the second Heavenly Sweetness Sampler. This new compilation presents the last releases of the label, some news from the forthcoming projects (Blundetto, "Diggin the blogosphere" compilation) and some unreleased songs ( Anthony Joseph!, Raphael remix). We start with one song taken from Robert Aaron's album. We love so much this album which didn't have the success it deserved. Then there are 2 songs by Rongetz foundation, one song from "Broken beat doll" and the remix of Eddie Jefferson's classics by Patchworks. We are pleased to introduce to (most of) you GUTS, a great artist which will be part of the "Digging the blogosphere" compilation. It will present the best songs we found recently on the worldwide net (blogs, sites etc) and we ope that will put a spot light on many indie and gifted artists.
We are proud to have the exclusive new track of Blundetto, a great cover of "Hercules", check the new album "Warm my soul" to be released soon. Another Blundetto's track is the remix of hit single "voices" by keyboard maestro General Elektricks (from Quannum fame). The reissue of the obscure Raphael album was one of the good surprise of the year. We had amazing reactions on this album. Please find "Dead sea scroll" and for the first time the remix of this song by a brand new artist called Emmanuel Trep Kormann. Last but not least, Anthony joseph, with 2 tracks, the dancefloor groover "Started off as a dancer" taken from his last album "Rubber Orchestras" and an unrealeased song "Dalston bossa", Exclusive!.