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Review of Summer Sessions Williamson Tunnels

Posted by on May 14, 2014 in Gigs, Reviews | No Comments
Review of Summer Sessions Williamson Tunnels

We arrive around 11ish and Derek Kaye is on before Wilson. This makes the night a little more exciting. At the Stonebridge set last year, Greg dropped a Derek Kaye remix of “Ain’t Nobody” by Rufus & Chaka Khan, again it’s one of those tracks that has stuck with me ever since that night. So I had been looking forward to what Derek had to offer. He didn’t disappoint. He started with Carly Simon’s “Why” and over the first 60 minutes he gifted us more beautiful tracks; “Thinking of You” – Sister Sledge, “I’m Goin Out of My Head” – Late Nite Tuff Guy and then just before the hour mark he dropped my track of the night: “Suck My Sausage” by Voodoo Whiskey.

I was already uncontrollably flailing and thinking “I’m John Travolta” by this point. Even before I heard “Turn the Music Up” by the Players Association but then he well and truly finished me off with “Soul Power” by Space Echo. It’s a stunning and mesmerizing 1 hour and 45 minutes. It’s hard to believe that this isn’t the main act. It is that good. He did more than enough to convert me into a fan and I will be looking forward to any future opportunities to dance in front of this man.


This review is from ThatShirtGuy, you can check the original review from here