9 Reply to “ The Midnight Creeperz* - The Midnight Creeperz #2 (Vinyl) ”

  1. Extensive nu-disco remix suite for Midnight Magic's 'Midnight Creepers' album. We find highlights in the soured boogie fizz of Gavin Russom's 'Beam Me Up' version, Juan Maclean's Soundhack-like take on 'Drop Me A Line', and the bouncing chug of Kaspar Björke's 'Paranoid Jungle' rework.
  2. Midnight Creeper, an Album by Lou Donaldson. Released in August on Blue Note (catalog no. BST ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul Jazz. Featured peformers: Blue Mitchell (trumpet), Lou Donaldson (alto saxophone), George Benson (guitar), Lonnie Smith (organ), Idris Muhammad (drums), Francis Wolff (producer), Rudy Van Gelder (recording engineer).
  3. Walk a mile in my tennis shoes Tina Turner gave me the highway blues But I don't love nobody but you honey I'm a true rat for the things I done Second cousin to a son of a gun I'm gonna wipe out your mama if she puts me on honey 'Cause I'm a midnight creeper Ain't gonna lose no sleep over you When there's a nightmare I'm there Tempting you to blow a fuse Well there's no more sleeping When I'm.
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  5. Midnight Creeper Lyrics: Walk a mile in my tennis shoes / Tina Turner gave me the highway blues / But I don't love nobody but you honey / I'm true rat for the things I done / Second cousin to a.
  6. Permanent Vacation collects a substantial haul of electro/funk/disco belters from Brooklyn’s Midnight Magic, their second release for the label. ‘Midnight Creepers’ combines the lo-fi dance music textures associated with the % Silk label, Hype Williams and co with a more infectious disco soul that is bound to unite a dancefloor.
  7. Add a buy button to your tracks and playlists by clicking the pencil icon below the waveform. In the edit page, go to the 'Metadata' tab and add your Juno artist, label or release page for listeners to purchase your release / releases.
  8. Milljac is Norman Simmons' own record label. "Midnight Creeper" was the first Milljac album, and only Norman's third as a leader. His second album as a leader, "Ramira The Dancer" from , featured the same trio with percussionist Ralph Dorsey added; the next two Milljac albums also featured the same rhythm section with trumpeter Jimmy Owens and saxophonists Clifford Jordan and Frank Wess.
  9. When you wake up in the middle of the night and start having sex with the girl sleeping next to you.

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