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Why Can't You Be Real? - EP

Byron Stingily & Danny Tenaglia

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BE YOURSELF!

NYC house at it's finest. Garage style funk with deep fuzzy beats. Danny's Hard Dub is where it's at. FIERCE BEATS!

In The Mood

Ya just can't go wrong when it says Byron & Danny on the cover. I was feeling bored and lazy until I heard this song. Closing down iTunes for the night and going out.

i cant believe its on here

this was one of my biggest peak tracks back in the day...but my vinyl has long since been too beat up to play. Of course the mix i favor is entire purchase only, but totally worth it!!! Classic Tenaglia "Hard and Soul"

Biography

Born: Chicago, IL

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s

The lead vocalist for Ten City and later a solo star in his own right, Byron Stingily had one of the most beautiful voices in house music, a sweet and impeccably clear high register akin to Smokey Robinson or disco celebrity Sylvester. A singer since the age of five, Stingily grew up on the west side of Chicago, and though he attended Blackburn College in rural Illinois during the early '80s, he became a part of the Windy City's exploding house scene midway through the decade. He recorded his first...
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