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Tardam Records - Label dedicated to Soul and R&B dancefloor tunes

Tardam Records - Label dedicated to Soul and R&B dancefloor tunes cover

Tardam Records is a new label dedicate on releasing new Soul and R&B dancefloor tunes on vinyl 7" singles. No reissues, just new artists with a great sound.

We are a collective of djs and musicians, deeply in love with black music since we were kids - our roots are in the Northern Soul, Funk and R&B european scene.

Our, which include great new versions of Com'un Home in The Morn'um by Lou Pride, One More Chance by Margie Joseph, and What I'd Say by Ray Charles:

Please check them out, you'll not be disappointed. Records will be soon on sale via our official distributor, Sugar and Spice Records:

 

 

 MIGHTY TYPHOONS, THE -FEAT. BEULAH ENSER- - ONE MORE CHANCE/I'M COM'UN HOME - (7")    NOUVEAU 
TARDAM 

a tribute to many sweaty nights spent on dancefloor around Europe dancing to the best grooves on Earth...Northern Soul they call it! Featuring: Beluah Enser.

TRACKLISTING: 01. I'm Com'un Home In The Morn'un (george L. Pride) 02. One More Chance (w. Turbinton)
 

 MIGHTY TYPHOONS, THE - WADDASEI/WHAT I'D SAY - (7")    NOUVEAU 
TARDAM 

this will drop you to a Roman Holiday early 60's club full of American VIP tourists lounging, while on stage a steady R&B band with a crazy and wild Italian singer that messes all up!...file under Dolce Vita meets Ray Charles!!! Featuring: Viky De Santis.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Featuring Viky De Santis- Waddasei (what I'd Say) (ray Charles) 02. What I'd Say (instrumental) - (ray Charles)
 

http://www.sugarandspice.fr/catalog.php?val=TARDAM&type=ln


Cheers, 

Fabrizio - Tardam Records

 

 




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Well done guys! Will give these an airing for you tonight.

For those who've not heard of them before, The Mighty Typhoons are probably the hottest soul/R&B/boogaloo band in the Netherlands and feature in its ranks some seriously talented musicians. 

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That Com'un Home version is great. Gotta admit I was a little 'hmm…' at first (we've all heard the original and it's a tough act to follow), but the female vocals/perspective really adds a lot to it I think. Gonna pick it up for sure.

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I played these out on Saturday night over here in Amsterdam and they all went down a treat on the dance floor. "One more chance" in particular sounds really great!

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Great "New" versions of 2 Ns &1 Rand B tunes : "Cum,in" {too many ,,,,1} is readily available on Cd reissue and Bootees, Southwind Symphony Instrois played ,recently Lee Jeffries AndMatt Early did a similarly competant note for note cover as this New Tardam release on their Sonic Wax {did it sell or set the scene on fire? }, The adorable Ian levine got critcized for covering the Greats in his early days,but he did try and bring something new to the party! When money is too tight too mention,and your market is a scene obsessed with OVO  and originality ,Why ? Lol Johnny Hart

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Why? 

I'd guess because the rest of Europe isn't brainwashed and suffering from tunnel vision and is open minded enough to recognise a decent tune, cover version  or not. as stated by Russell Gilbert above. There's bloody thousands of cover versions out there that are played out week in week out, but just happen to be thirty plus years old.

I seem to remember a scene which blossomed because it was unregulated, underground and unrestricted by fecking rules which the soul police in the UK repeatedly try to enforce. 

"lighten up" We only live once so live and let live. Enjoy the moment and remember , it's only fecking music !

13 hours ago, conchitta said:

Great "New" versions of 2 Ns &1 Rand B tunes : "Cum,in" {too many ,,,,1} is readily available on Cd reissue and Bootees, Southwind Symphony Instrois played ,recently Lee Jeffries AndMatt Early did a similarly competant note for note cover as this New Tardam release on their Sonic Wax {did it sell or set the scene on fire? }, The adorable Ian levine got critcized for covering the Greats in his early days,but he did try and bring something new to the party! When money is too tight too mention,and your market is a scene obsessed with OVO  and originality ,Why ? Lol Johnny Hart

Why? 

I'd guess because the rest of Europe isn't brainwashed and suffering from tunnel vision and is open minded enough to recognise a decent tune, cover version  or not. There's bloody thousands of cover versions out there that are played out week in week out, but just happen to be thirty plus years old.

I seem to remember a scene which blossomed because it was unregulated, underground and unrestricted by fecking rules which the soul police in the UK repeatedly try to enforce. 

"lighten up" We only live once so live and let live. Enjoy the moment and remember , it's only fecking music !

 

 

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