Tue. Sep. 28, 2021

Vicky D – This Beat Is Mine (SAM Records)

This Beat Is Mine! (*) Vicky D – This Beat Is Mine (SAM Records)

I couldn’t help thinkin’ of this classic which I used to listen back in the day on WBLS when comin’ to your site. Therefore givin’ me the feeling I know where you’re comin’ from. And even more since I heard Louie Vega‘s remix of it.

Not that I don’t like his work though. But nothing could beat an original, I suppose, for those who, like me, happened to be a contemporary to it. With all the souvenirs such a situation may suggest. This was the time when incredible music seemed to be comin’ from everywhere. The time when, once after havin’ listened to a piece of music on the radio, you felt like in the need of getting it at the closest record shop to your door. Besides, if unfamiliar with this NYC-based label, give it a check on a place like Discogs to make yourselves a better idea as to what I’m talkin’ about. No idea though as to what Vicky D has ever done since.

Not too late to wish you a Happy New Year and address my bigs ups to the IDMW team for your musical choice, including the new jams around. Peace y’all…

What’s the value of your vinyl record?

This Beat Is MineThis Beat Is Mine! (*)
Once in a week (on Wednesdays), we leave you at the command of IDMW
For this to happen, nothing’s more easy… What you’ve just got to do is drop us a line while using our contact form and let us know about your favorite piece of music (*), along with a review explaining what it suggests you and why people should dig it. And the best of it will be given a publication with your credit the week after.

With warm thanks to Newark, NJ-based correspondent, Dwayne Alexander, for this week’s suggestion…

Gladly welcoming yours to be published next Wednesday. On your marks!

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