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Full Lick

Satoshi Tomiie

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Respected house producer and dancefloor veteran Satoshi Tomiie finally turned in his first full-length album over ten years into his career. Full Lick is impeccably produced, drawing on Tomiie's years of experience with dancefloor house. Though a few tracks fall surprisingly short of the mark, special guests (and fellow dance veterans) like Robert Owens, Diane Charlemagne, Cevin Fisher, and Kelly Ali (Sneaker Pimps) provide just enough energy to keep things going. The two tracks featuring vocalist Diane Charlemagne, "Sincerity" and "Inspired," are the highlights.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 1966 en Tokyo, Japan

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

A house music veteran and one of the first producers to convert the Japanese to club culture, Satoshi Tomiie was a crucial third man in the Def Mix Productions team helmed by David Morales and Frankie Knuckles. Born in Tokyo in 1966, Tomiie grew interested in electronics and keyboards at an early age, and formed his first band in the early '80s. After American house music began crossing the ocean, Tomiie began DJing and producing on his own. He met house pioneer Frankie Knuckles while the two DJed...
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