#FeelGoodFriday: Cerrone – ‘Move Me’ featuring Brendan Reilly

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Cerrone is a french disco drummer, composer and record producer; he is considered to be one of the most influential disco producers of the 70s and 80s, within Europe.

His music has been sampled by many artists, including Modjo, Bob Sinclar, The Beastie BoysRun–D.M.C. and he has worked with singers such as Nile RodgersJocelyn Brown and La Toya Jackson.

This year, 2016, Cerrone has released a new studio album, in the form of Red Lips, which features a lot of talent, including Aloe BlaccYasmin and Kiesza. One track from the album is ‘Move Me’ featuring Brendan Reilly. The song is brimming with funky, old-school disco vibes, yet somehow has pushed through a current edge to it!

I am a huge fan of this song and defy anyone not to love the #FeelGoodFriday feel to it; what do you think? Check out the video below…

Please let us know your thoughts on this track or tell us what #FeelGoodFriday song you’d choose, either in a comment below or via our social media accounts.

Matt – Muzik Speaks

‘Move Me’ can be downloaded off iTunes now – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/move-me-feat.-brendan-reilly/id1150002388?i=1150002468

#Playlist: March 2015

So, rather like a ‘Now That’s What I Call Music’ compilation, I thought it might be cool to do a YouTube and Spotify playlist of the month’s songs from now on, instead of each week’s playlist on a Sunday, that way you get the whole month’s songs to look forward to at the end of the month. What do you think?

I can’t believe this blog has been live for a month already! You’ve had tracks from Dappy, Jess Glynne, Justin Timberlake, All Saints and more.

I hope you enjoy these songs (sorry some are missing from the Spotify playlist – some haven’t been released yet and some haven’t been allowed on Spotify by the artist). It’s a little look back at March 2015.

Note: You can view the whole YouTube playlist by using the dropdown menu at the top corner of the video, or skip a song using the ‘next’ button.

Matt – Muzik Speaks

Week 3: 2015 – The Playlist

Happy Sunday everyone!

Another fun-filled week of music, here at ‘Muzik Speaks’! We’re really enjoying sharing our song selections!

We still need your help though!

We still need you to keep pushing the support of our chosen daily artists and try to get them re-tweeting and sharing the links for our blog posts – your support is key to this.

How to reply to posts

In addition, we want to hear MORE from you – please click on each blog post, each day, where you will see the option to ‘reply’ to the post – please reply with your own song selections for that day; it could be in the form of a YouTube or Spotify link or just the name of the artist and song, but this is all about you! Or just reply with your thoughts about the track. Please spread the word!

This weeks playlist

Below, you can find a playlist of this week’s tracks, in case you would like to listen to them all again (some of them are unfortunately missing from Spotify, because they haven’t been released yet), in one place!

Enjoy 🙂

Who’s looking forward to next week?! Get thinking of your song choices for each day’s theme, and be ready to share!

Matt – Muzik Speaks

#ThrowbackThursday: Modjo – ‘Lady (Hear Me Tonight)’

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It’s an insane thought to me, that this song is now nearly FIFTEEN! (Yes, 15!!!!!) years old! That means I was only 12 when this song came out! I distinctly remember buying the CD single of this track – I played it on repeat for weeks on end and I love it just as much now, as I did back then!

The song features a guitar sample of ‘Soup for One’, originally by Chic.

When it was released, it peaked at Number 1 in the charts, back in 2000, for 3 consecutive weeks (10th September 2000 – 24th September 2000). This track was pretty much a one-hit wonder for the French duo – although they released subsequent tracks from their album, the rest failed to enter the Top 10.

I hope you can get your groove on to this track today, as much as I can.

Does this song hold any memories for you? If so, what? What Throwback Thursday are you feeling this week?

Matt – Muzik Speaks