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Need You Back - Rick Wade - Something Deep This Way Comes! (CDr)

9 thoughts on “ Need You Back - Rick Wade - Something Deep This Way Comes! (CDr)

  1. Dolkis says:
    Rick Wade Rick Wade, the man behind Harmonie Park Records has been producing soulful, timeless grooves and tapping into the essence of deepness since the early ’90's. A stalwart of Detroit’s rich music history for the past two decades Rick has long been considered an underground hero - one of those guys called a "producer's producer" or the "DJ's DJ", pioneering the.
  2. Kazigal says:
    The legendary Rick Wade hardly needs any introduction. The man behind Harmonie Park Records has been producing soulful, timeless grooves and tapping into the essence of deepness since the early ’90′s.
  3. Samuro says:
    Jul 04,  · Skim through this extensive back catalog and you’d be incredibly hard pressed to find a single ‘bad’ Rick Wade record-a striking achievement for such a prolific artist. A father of three, Rick makes no bones about the need to provide for his family as the reason behind his continual deluge of .
  4. Malasar says:
    Listen to Rick Wade | SoundCloud is an audio platform that lets you listen to what you love and share the sounds you create.. Detroit. Tracks. Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Rick Wade on your desktop or mobile device.
  5. Faezil says:
    Jul 29,  · Rick Wade track from the Night Trackin' EP on Elevate. Deep late night house, killer! Recorded from vinyl, which unfortunately has a couple of large scratches on the side with this track on.
  6. Tagore says:
    Rick Wade was born in small-town western Michigan, less than an hour from Chicago's South Side. In the mid '80s, while studying at the University of Michigan, Wade gained his first gigs spinning deep underground house at the Nectarine Ballroom, the venue where Jeff "The Wizard" Mills was also making his name, for techno rather than for house.
  7. Akilrajas says:
    There's been a lot of talk about deepness lately in the world of electronic music, but hardly any attention paid to some of the originators of the sound. RA's Thomas D. Cox recently caught up with one of the most underappreciated—Rick Wade—to talk Theo Parrish, Kenny Dixon, Jr., booty bass and anime.
  8. Tolkree says:
    Jul 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Timeless EP on Discogs.

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