Greens Keepers vs James Curd - Gan Overboard FLAC album
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Greenskeepers was founded in 1999 by childhood friends James Curd and Nick Maurer who grew up together in Chicago. Their first release was "Whats Your Man Got To Do WIth Gan" on Classic Records. The stand out song on the EP was "Low and Sweet" which was named one of the "Festive Fifty by the late British DJ John Peel. Mark became a full member in 2004 and brought his bass playing friend Coban Rudish on board. The three went in the studio to work on their second album "Pleetch". Pleetch was released by Classic records in the . and OM records in the United States.
Profilo: Greenskeepers was founded in 1999 by childhood friends James Curd and Nick Maurer who grew up together in Chicago. It featured guest vocalists and included Nick Maurer on two of the songs that he created with the new band on a week long studio trip to Chicago. Pleetch was greatly received across the music world.
Gan Slam EP. Moody Recordings. Cat: MDR 9654 Released: 25 August, 2013 Genre: Funky/Club House. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.
James Curd began his DJing career in Chicago when he was only fifteen years old. Being underage, Curd was snuck into events to play at raves and clubs he was not legally allowed in. He played along side some of electronic music’s most respected acts and DJs. Through his love of DJing and music Curd began to write and produce for himself. At nineteen Curd released his first track on the globally respected label Basenotic out of Paris. As Greenskeepers Curd released an array of music on Classic records. He made his mark on the dance music world by infusing swing music and Chicago house to invent the term G-Swing, being short for Greenskeepers Swing. Curd focused on G-Swing and started a label by that same name to feature this unique sound. Around this same time Curd also owned and operated two other record labels Igloo and Greenskeepers Music.
An assortment of Greens Keepers producers contribute, but most of the tracks come off as either addled fusion or Basement Jaxx knockoffs. Fluid" is a sparser version of Primal Scream, "Dark Sky" a restrained bossa-sampling number with melody line by Casio, and several tracks are simplistic swing-house numbers - not necessarily bad productions, but far different from the insanity that would appear to be on tap from the opener. Dixie Gan. James Curd, Mike Dixon. In early 2001 Nick and James went in the studio together to record the single "Should I Sing Like This?" which became an international club hit.
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Keyboards – Mark Share
- Artwork – Todd Omotani
- Producer, Written-By – James Curd
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