Gimme More MAW

Masters at Work changed my life. So many killer cuts, but I always come back to this - Kenny flipping a sample like only he can.

Hit me with your fave moment from the Masters.

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Like you say so many killer cuts…difficult to choose, but at a push gotta be their mixes of Mel’isa Morgan Still In Love…both the mixes on one side of the 12 are killer, but feeling in a dubby hard love mood today

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Could literally go on all day. An unmatched quantity of unmatched quality.

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Great thread, could be VERY long, such a body of work…

I’ll go with this for today

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Their mixes / dubs of Tito Puente / Ran Kan Kan. Had two copies when I first got a pair of plastic belt drive decks in 92 and played them to death. Just such a classic sound.

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It has to be this, sounded like nothing else around at the time and still kicks arse!

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A spring time favorite. This might be the first tune I blast in my office with the windows open upon my return. Music that defies genre.

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These two are still stunningly good IMO

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the beat track to end all beat tracks

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Awesome, memories of AW caning that at Bloodsugar

I love this… obvious perhaps, but a stone cold classic in my house

the drop at 5:31… then that bassline and La India!

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Maybe cheating as it’s the MK mix but…this was a massive record for me. Bought my copy in Black Market, happy days :smiley:

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Love them. Especially their remixes for others

This lays the blueprint for The Bounce

Maybe my favorite of them all

All time classic

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You should see the way this used to go off at Cafe Con Leche or the John Gungie Rivera’s Prestige Promotions parties. People could be fighting or playing the wall one second and as soon as this came on POW full on party explosion. Second only an impact to “follow me” by Aly Us which my heavily Puerto Rican and Dominican crew used to refer to as “the national anthem“.

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banger

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oh man! that Debbie Gibson remix, you beat me to it! :wink:

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Sole Fusion on the #6 Hubert Street sound system = I don’t make it back in to the hip hop room for the second time in my life (the first was when I heard “Bango” by Todd Terry after a double hit of acid).

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