8 thoughts on “ Reachin (Joey Negro Remix) - Phase II - Reachin (Vinyl)

  • Joey Negro is the most well-known pseudonym of master British DJ, producer and remixer Dave Lee. Under a plethora of other monikers including Akabu, Doug Willis, The Sunburst Band, Sessomatto, and Z Factor, Dave was one of the first artists to incorporate disco samples in house music when he began his production career in
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  • joey negro is a well known DJ with a loyal fan base joey negro is performing within the field of House music and is ranked on the official DJ rankings list (retegescomorttempsorptoredtodenist.xyzinfo). If you want to read more about joey negro you can click on the WIKI or BIOGRAPHY tab above.
  • In October I already made 4 mixes dedicated to such facet of Joey Negro. I remember perfectly the first “maxi-single” that I bought from Joey Negro. It was the remix that he made of "Reachin" from “Phase II”. A "maxi-single" from the "Republic Records" label. It’s still in my vinyl collection.
  • Nov 20,  · Joey Negro – Do It, Believe It. Da Posse – In The Life. M D Emm – Get Busy. Blaze – Can`t Win For Losing. Phase II – Reachin. Metro – Brownstone Express. Nomad – Devotion (Joey Negro Mix) Simphonia – Can`t Get Over Your Love (Dave`s Mix) Turntable Orchestra – .
  • Reachin', released in , is the first studio album from the jam band Family Groove Company. Track listing "Agenda" – "Just Like I Planned" – "Christy" – "As Abe Was Walking" – "Flowers for Gisa" –
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Reachin' on Discogs. Label: Republic Records (2) - LICT • Format: Vinyl 12 Joey Negro Presents Phase II - Reachin' (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(58).
  • Notable successes in the UK market were Phase II’ “Reachin’” and Turntable Orchestra’ “You’re Gonna Miss Me”. It was around this time that the idea of Joey Negro was born. Dave felt that this name sounded New York Hispanic and would appear more exotic to the UK .

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