Black Tulip feat. Wendell Morrison – Better Days
The appeal for better days has rarely made more sense, we’re suffering from a deep devaluation of love… a lack of it’s unitary power that has become unbearable, reveals that a deeper link is missing in mainstream culture. It’s cold, bland and technologically dependent reality needs an urgent revolution. Black Tulip, a project created by veteran Joseph Salvador in the early 90’s, has always been about love, unity and having fun – no better project than this to shout out loud love is what we need, in better days to come.
Better Days features the uncanny contribution of legendary Salsoul vocalist Wendell Morrison and comes with four takes: the original Portland Studios Dub (produced by Joseph and Ka§par, inspired by the likes of what Sly & Robbie recorded for Grace Jones and Gwen Guthrie, it’s a tense, thick and emotional mid tempo groove, an afro vibe’d boogie floor funk take, carefully crafted and made to be the kind of track Larry Levan would be happy to play in 2014, where he still with us), Social Disco Club remix (an ecstasy lead house cut, sharp sounding and boasting an amazingly progressive arrangement, where acid lines give way to ravey deep chords and heavy vocal discharges and Setsuo Morikawa remix (purest and rawest Strictly Rhythm style dub, unforgiving sampled beats with hard piano stabs, deep sub bass and classically placed vocal cuts, one for the after hours).
A DJ can’t ask for a better and more well achieved pack of four versions anywhere, there’s one for every occasion on here! from the classical disco heads, to the deeper heads, from the sharp NY style house lover to the Paradise Garage lovers. Buy on sight!