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Theo Parrish - Roots Revisited

Theo Parrish - Roots Revisited Performer: Theo Parrish
Album: Roots Revisited
Country: US
Released: 1998
Style: Deep House
Size MP3: 1991 mb.
Size FLAC: 1888 mb.
Size WMA: 1237 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 293
Other Formats: RA AU VOX ASF AIFF MPC AHX


Tracklist Hide Credits

A Dan Ryan
Featuring – Jerrald James
11:36
B Walking Thru The Sky (Liberation Mix)
Featuring – Ron Smith
10:40

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – National Sound Corporation

Notes

Mastered at National Sound Corporation (NSC), Detroit.

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
BPM:
A: 117-118
B: 120

Reissued with identical label artwork around 2012-2013.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A:‭ ‬Hand etched): S S 005-A [NSC, enclosed in a circle]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A:‭ ‬Hand etched): S S 005-B [NSC, enclosed in a circle]

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SS005 Theo Parrish Roots Revisited ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Sound Signature SS005 US 1998


Wow, shocked at people not digging this mix of Walking Through the Sky. Might not kill it in the club, but at home it's sublime.
Im with you.. its a beautiful track, lots of subtitles. very much a chiller / warm up tho
for the collectors, is this repress off the NSC matrix?
From the original NSC master, yes.
I can really get the point to repress records having a huge demand. It makes the music available to those who missed the record at it's time and it gains some money for the artist as well. Nothing wrong with this.What I can't get is that collectible records are repressed one-to-one, making it unpossible to distinguish wether it's original press or repress. This just destroys the collectible appeal of the record and finally the development of prices. Bad luck for those who purchased the original for a huge amount of money just to find out that exactly the same record can be bought for the regular price a little time later. Changing the design of the label would solve this situation as it happen to be done on represses before. This here is just ridiculous from a collector's point of view!
hahaha nice pick up Occidental
"That's unpossible!"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iSD9lPVY6Q
To echo the previous review. This mix of 'Walking Thru Sky' is forgettable. Sorry. I know the die hard fans or 'completeists' that must own everything may have a contrary opinion."Dan Ryan" however, is a prized possession. A deep meditation of a track that can also kick ass on a dance floor.Thankful for the accompanying video. Not much else to say. Just listen.
This mix of "Walking Thru the Sky" is pretty much highly unnecessary and is really one of the very very few Theo jams I don't care for. However, "Dan Ryan" is the jam. One of Theo's most subtle but effective jams, all it is is a beat, a melodic bassline, and some congas. Very minimal, but warm and beautiful as well. Play this one at the peak of your set and watch people go nuts.
I agree with you about 'Dan Ryan'. Isn't that melodic bassline a beauty? I love it when Theo makes house music like this.