MIMS Forgotten Treasures

2011/12/29

Forgotten Treasure: Zed Bias & MC Juiceman – My Sound (Al Brown Remix)

The sound of flute. Do we hear that in songs anymore? It’s definitely one of the signature instruments for Disco, Italo, and sometimes yes – old school Garage. I’m really loving this 1999 UK Garage classic by Zed Bias and MC Juiceman “My Sound (Al Brown remix)” right now. Nostalgic and mellow, and Juiceman makes his incredibly catchy non-effort effort for this track, riding the 2-step like he’s not even trying. And yes, there is a flute that’s going back and forth with Juiceman, keeping him company.

“My Sound” is part of Zed Bias & Al Brown Buggin’ Me/My Sound EP (1999) on Sidestepper Recordings, which includes 4 tracks that will take you to the trip of back-in-tha-days with MC Juiceman’s jazzy “Fly Ladies” and Al Brown’s funky “Buggin’ Me”.

For your info, Zed Bias gave out this track as part of this years’ Christmas Giveaway. Go on his website and you’ll get a link to about 20-30 reaaally hard to find gems! ZedBias.co.uk

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Michelle White
A music lover from San Francisco. I love anything music related - from listening to playing to dancing to harassing DJs with requests, but most of all sharing great music with other open-minded people makes me really happy!


  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=509447610 Brian Akpa

    Cornerstone record for me. Heavy, soulful tune from 99-2000!

    • http://www.musicismysanctuary.com/djlexis Lexis (MIMS Founder)

      Yeah bro… crucial. Did you get the Zed Bias christmas giveaway?