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1. Lou Rawls - You'll Never Find Another Love Like Me (Rafael Cancian Rework)

Lou Rawls - You'll Never Find Another Love Like Me (Rafael Cancian Rework)

"You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" (written by Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff) is a song performed by R&B singer Lou Rawls on his 1976 album All Things in Time. The song proved to be Rawls' breakthrough hit, reaching number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the R&B and Easy Listening charts. The single also reached number four on the dance chart. It was the only Rawls' record to reach Billboard's pop top ten. It was the first big hit for Philadelphia International to feature the reformulated MFSB, after many of the original members left Gamble and Huff for better opportunities.[3] The song started Rawls' live shows from 1977 on. The single went on to sell over a million copies and was certified gold by the RIAA.

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2. Silver Convention - Fly, Robin, Fly (Rafael Cancian Re - Edit)

Silver Convention - Fly, Robin, Fly (Rafael Cancian Re - Edit)

"Fly, Robin, Fly" is a 1975 record by the German group Silver Convention. The song was released as a single from their 1975 album Save Me. In the United States, it rose to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in November 1975, staying there for three weeks. The single also was No. 1 on the Soul Singles Chart for one week. "Fly, Robin, Fly" also spent three weeks at No. 1 on the Dance/Disco Chart. It was the first song by a German group to reach number one on the American music charts. In Canada, the song also reached the pole position in the charts, hitting number one in the RPM Top Singles Chart on 17 January 1976, knocking the Bay City Rollers' "Saturday Night" from the top slot, managing to keep it for a single week before being replaced by C. W. McCall's "Convoy" a week later. "Fly, Robin, Fly" carries the distinction of being a Billboard chart-topper with one of the fewest numbers of unique words: six. The chorus simply repeats "Fly, robin, fly" three times, with an ending of "Up, up to the sky!" During a segment on VH1's 100 Greatest Dance Songs, it was revealed that the working title was "Run, Rabbit, Run". "Fly, Robin, Fly" won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Instrumental Performance in 1976. CBS Sports used part of the song as intro music for NFL coverage in the late 1970s. The song was also featured in the film Boogie Nights (1997). By:

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3. Tim Maia - Sossego (Rafael Cancian Re-Edit)

Tim Maia - Sossego (Rafael Cancian Re-Edit)

Re-edition of one of the greatest classics of the "Father of Brazilian Soul Music". Tim Maia (stage name of Sebastião Rodrigues Maia, Rio de Janeiro, September 28, 1942 - Niterói, March 15, 1998) was a singer, composer, producer, conductor, multi - instrumentalist and Brazilian businessman, responsible for introducing the style soul in Brazilian popular music and is recognized worldwide as one of the biggest music icons in Brazil. Their songs were marked by the hoarseness of his voice, always serious and loaded, winning and best-selling devoting many successes. Born and raised in the city of Rio de Janeiro, where in his childhood, had contact with people who would be great singers like Jorge Ben Jor and Erasmo Carlos. In 1957, he founded the group The Sputniks, where he sang along with Roberto Carlos. In 1959 he emigrated to the United States, where he had his first contacts with the soul, been arrested and deported for theft and drug possession. In 1970, he recorded his first album, titled Tim Maia, who quickly became a success across the country with songs like " Blue Color of the Sea " and " Spring". Within three years, released several albums homonyms, making success with songs like "I Do not Want Money " and " I wish both of you". From 1975 to 1977, joined the religious - philosophical doctrine known as Rational Culture, launching this period, the songs " What a Beauty " and " Rhodesia ". The decadence of his songs influenced by this philosophical school, became disillusioned with the doctrine and returned to his previous style of music, releasing hits like " Discoverer Seven Seas " and " Give Me Reason ". Many of his songs were recorded under the label and publisher Seroma Victoria Regia disks, being one of the first independent artists from Brazil. Earned the nickname " the liquidator Brazil " his friend Jorge Ben Jor song in W / Brazil. In the 1990s, several problems have plagued the singer's life: problems with Globo and poor health due to constant use of illicit drugs and to increase their degree of obesity. Unable to conduct a performance at the Teatro Municipal de Niterói, left in an ambulance , and after two cardiac arrest, died on March 15, 1998. It is his legacy to the broader history of Brazilian music, and his work came to influence many artists, as his nephew Ed Motta [citation needed]. Rolling Stone magazine ranked Tim Maia as the greatest Brazilian singer of all time, and also as the 9th greatest artist of Brazilian music.

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4. MFSB - T.S.O.P. (The Sound Of Philadelphia) (Rafael Cancian Rework)

MFSB - T.S.O.P. (The Sound Of Philadelphia) (Rafael Cancian Rework)

Tribute to Vincent Montana Jr, was an American composer, arranger, and percussionist, most known as a member of MFSB and as the founder of the Salsoul Orchestra. MFSB (according to the "clean" interpretation, Mother Father Sister Brother) was a pool of more than thirty studio musicians based at Philadelphia’s famed Sigma Sound Studios. They worked closely with the production team of Gamble and Huff and producer/arranger Thom Bell, and backed up such groups as Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, the O’Jays, the Stylistics, the Spinners, Wilson Pickett, and Billy Paul. In 1972, MFSB began recording as a named act for the Philadelphia International label. "TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)" also known as the Soul Train theme was their first and most successful single. Released in March 1974, it peaked at number one on the US Billboard pop and R&B charts. "TSOP" was influential in establishing the disco sound. The track sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc by the RIAA in April 1974. Fonte:

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5. Bill Withers - Who Is He (And What Is He To You) (Rafael Cancian Re-Edit)

Bill Withers - Who Is He (And What Is He To You) (Rafael Cancian Re-Edit)

William Harrison "Bill" Withers, Jr. (born July 4, 1938) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who performed and recorded from 1970 until 1985.[1] He recorded a number of major hits including "Lean on Me", "Ain't No Sunshine", "Use Me", "Just the Two of Us", "Lovely Day", and "Grandma's Hands". His life was the subject of the 2009 documentary film Still Bill. "Who Is He (And What Is He to You)?" is a track from Bill Withers' 1972 album, Still Bill. The music was written by Withers along with Stan McKenny, who wrote the lyrics.

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6. Johnny Bristol - Love No Longer Has A Hold On Me (P. Cunha Remix - Rafael Cancian Edit)

Johnny Bristol - Love No Longer Has A Hold On Me (P. Cunha Remix - Rafael Cancian Edit)

Bristol first came to local attention in the Detroit area as a member of the soul duo 'Johnny & Jackey' with Jackey Beavers,[1] an associate Bristol met while in the US Air Force. The pair recorded two singles in 1959 for Anna Records, a label owned by Gwen Gordy (Berry Gordy's sister) and Billy Davis and four 45s for Gwen Gordy and Harvey Fuqua's Tri-Phi label, none of which was a success beyond the Midwestern United States. In the mid 1960s, Motown had absorbed Tri-Phi and Bristol began working with Fuqua as a songwriter and producer. Among their successes as producers were hit singles such as Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" (1967), "Your Precious Love" (1967), and "If I Could Build My Whole World Around You" (1968); Edwin Starr's "Twenty-Five Miles" (1969); and David Ruffin's "My Whole World Ended (The Moment You Left Me)" (1969). Bristol flourished at Motown working with some of the label's best-selling acts. His producer and/or writer credits included: The Velvelettes "These Things Keep Me Loving You" (1966); Gladys Knight & the Pips' "I Don't Want To Do Wrong" (1971) and "Daddy Could Swear, I Declare" (1972); and Jr. Walker & the All Stars, who charted with a number of Bristol-written singles and albums, including "What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)" (1969), "Gotta Hold On To This Feeling" (1970), "Way Back Home" (1971) and "Walk in the Night" (1971). One of his last successes was Jermaine Jackson's first solo record, "That's How Love Goes" (1972). Notably, Bristol was the producer and co-writer of the final singles for both Diana Ross & the Supremes and Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, before each group lost its namesake lead singer. While the Miracles' "We've Come Too Far to End It Now" (1972) was an original, the Supremes' "Someday We'll Be Together" (1969) was a cover version of a Johnny & Jackey single from 1961.[2] Bristol is the male voice on the Supremes' version of "Someday We'll Be Together," singing response to Diana Ross' lead vocal[2] (Ross actually recorded the song as her initial solo release with session singers The Waters Sisters). Credits Engineer [Mixing] – Paul Sabu Mastered By – Bernie Grundman Mixed By – Rusty Garner Producer – Johnny Bristol Written-By – Hense Powell, Johnny Bristol Remix - Paulinho Cunha Edit - Rafael Cancian Notes Same version on both sides. Produced for Hansa Productions Inc. Published by Bushka Music (ASCAP). (P) 1981 Handshake Records, Inc.

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7. Skyy - Here's To You (Rafael Cancian Re-Edit)

Skyy - Here's To You (Rafael Cancian Re-Edit)

The seeds for Skyy were sown in Brooklyn, New York in 1973, when sisters Denise, Delores, and Bonne Dunning first met musician Solomon Roberts, Jr. The record producer/keyboardist Randy Muller (who was also a member Brass Construction and an arranger for B.T. Express) soon became involved with the project. By 1976, the Skyy lineup of the three Dunning sisters as vocalists, Roberts as the male vocalist/guitarist, Anibal Anthony Sierra on guitars and keyboards, Larry Greenberg on keyboards, Gerald Lebon on bass, and Tommy McConnell on drums had solidified. In the late 1970s, Skyy signed to Salsoul Records. After several albums that saw moderate success in the R&B market, the group crossed over to the mainstream in a big way with the release of the Skyy Line album in late 1981. Featured on this album was the single "Call Me," which gave the group their first (and only, to date) top 40 hit on the pop charts, peaking at #26 in 1982. It also became the first of several #1 R&B hits for Skyy. Meanwhile, the group continued to record for the Salsoul label up through the release of their 1984 Inner City album (Salsoul would fold in 1985), scoring several additional hits on the R&B chart during that time. In the mid-1980s, the group signed with Capitol Records and released their next album, From the Left Side in 1986. Apart from the top ten R&B single, "Givin' It (to You)," the album saw limited success, and the group left Capitol soon thereafter. Things were looking rather bleak for the band by the late 1980s. However, after signing to Atlantic Records, Skyy launched a major comeback in 1989 with the release of their successful Start of a Romance album. This release spun off two #1 R&B singles, with both the title track ("Start of a Romance") and the Quiet Storm classic, "Real Love" claiming the top spot. "Real Love" also became the group's second and final crossover pop hit peaking at #47 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1990. The second single released from the album (between the title track and "Real Love"), "Love All the Way" also cracked the R&B top 50. By the release of the Nearer to You album in 1992, the hits had again dried up, and the band has not released a new studio album since then. Credits Producer, Arranged By – Randy Muller, Solomon Roberts, Jr.* Written-By – Randy Muller Notes Produced for Alligator Bit Him Prods. Arranged for One To One Music. (P) 1980 Salsoul Record Corp

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8. The Funk District - Sexy Funk Machine

The Funk District - Sexy Funk Machine

About Disco Records welcomes Mexican producer 'The Funk District' with his 'Sexy Funk Machine' EP. A beefy two tracker pack filled with conga-driven grooves and sticky basslines for the taste of fresh and tropical disco listeners. Get ready to move.

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9. Rafael Cancian - Obi Anuri

Rafael Cancian - Obi Anuri

Afrika Fusion, the second EP produced by Rafael Cancian in About Disc Records in 2016. After bringing the essence of Brazilian music with 'Calma' Marcelo Dionisio, the first time the label brings a EP with two tracks re-edited African Disco.

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10. Madonna - Holiday (Rafael Cancian & Cassio Yama Remix)

Madonna - Holiday (Rafael  Cancian & Cassio Yama Remix)

"Holiday" is a song by American singer Madonna from her self-titled debut album. Released on September 7, 1983 by Sire Records, it later appeared remixed on the 1987 remix compilation You Can Dance and the 1990 greatest hits compilation The Immaculate Collection, and in its original form on the 2009 greatest hits album Celebration. Written by Curtis Hudson and Lisa Stevens of Pure Energy, the track was offered to Madonna by her producer John "Jellybean" Benitez when she was looking for a potential hit track to include in her debut album. After accepting the song, she and Jellybean worked on it and altered its composition by the addition of a piano solo performed by their friend, Fred Zarr. "Holiday" features instrumentation from guitars, electronic handclaps, cowbell, and a synthesized string arrangement while talking about the universal sentiment of taking a holiday. Universally acclaimed by critics, the song became Madonna's first hit single when it entered the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100 while topping its dance chart and was also a crossover success, entering the top ten and top 40 of many European countries. Madonna has performed "Holiday" on most of her tours—most recently at the MDNA Tour. The song is generally included as a part of the encore or as the closing song of the show. Different performances of the song are included in the recorded releases of her tours. Cover versions by a number of artists have been released, and it has also appeared in the soundtrack of sitcoms like Will & Grace. In the United Kingdom, "Holiday" has been released three times as a single; in January 1984, reaching number six, re-issued in August 1985 reaching number 2 (only being kept from number one by her own "Into the Groove" single). It was re-released with new artwork in 1991 to promote The Immaculate Collection with a limited edition EP titled The Holiday Collection, which contained tracks omitted from the compilation; this version reached number five. Although it doesn't figure among Madonna's highest chart showings, the track became one of her better known songs worldwide.

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11. The Funk District - My Woman

The Funk District - My Woman

About Disco Records welcomes Mexican producer 'The Funk District' with his 'Sexy Funk Machine' EP. A beefy two tracker pack filled with conga-driven grooves and sticky basslines for the taste of fresh and tropical disco listeners. Get ready to move.

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12. Rafael Cancian - Try To Change

Rafael Cancian - Try To Change

About Disco Records starts 2016 with "Distinct Land" EP created by the label founder, Rafael Cancian. Run on a "disco basis", this EP contains two tracks that are dub re-edits made up of flutes, bass line, synth, drums and other elements such as sound effects that make these tracks a fusion of influences of Rafael's first EPs: "Sweet Flute" and "Jack Disco" which introduced him to the market.

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13. Rafael Cancian For Beam Me Up

Rafael Cancian For Beam Me Up

Mix # 18 in a new series that celebrates disco in all of it's forms, free of constraints and open to interpretation, from some of our favourites deejays. Rafael is a real Brazilian gem, and the founder of About Disco Records (our own residents A Digital Needle have two releases out with him). His selections are top drawer and his edits & reworks have been fodder for many a Beam Me Up dance floor. Enjoy this exclusive mix and the unreleased treats found within!

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14. Spa In Disco Club - Forever More 027 - ** RAFAEL CANCIAN **

Spa In Disco Club - Forever More 027 - ** RAFAEL CANCIAN **


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15. Brother Valentino - Stay Up Zimbabwe (Rafael Cancian Re-Edit)

Brother Valentino - Stay Up Zimbabwe (Rafael Cancian Re-Edit)

Emorold Anthony Phillip was born on the 7th of July 1941 in a little place called Cherry Hill in Grenada. He came to Trinidad at the age of five, on a Carnival Monday. Philip lived at Long Circular Road, Bel Vue in the capital city of Port of Spain. He attend the Mucurapo Boys RC primary school and later spent one term / semester at a private secondary school before his father died and he was unable to continue paying the tuition. Phillip would pass through a number of odd jobs before settling on a career as a calypsonian. From a short stint at a Printery on Marine Square, to an electrician, then a mechanic and most telling a tailor, for it is here he was exposed once more to the calypso music his father had weaned him on, the tailors always having their radios on in the background while they worked on their profession. He started his illustrious career in a Calypso tent by the name of the 'Big Bamboo', which was on Park Street in Port of Spain. The Calypso tent was for guys who couldn't get into the big tents The Calypsonians who performed then, were 'Skipper', 'Creator' ,'Lord Inventor', 'Conqueror', and 'Young Creole', some of the top Calypsonians. This was in 1961 and his name then, was not 'Valentino' but 'Robin'. The Robin would get his new name in December of 1965 when after an audition at Kitchener’s Revue Calypso tent, he announced to the gathering that he had no name, another calypsoninan having appropriated the name Robin earlier that year. Thus it was the great Lord Kitchener who bestowed the name Lord Valentino on Phillip. Later in the 1970’s during the revolutionary days of the Black Power movement, he would change his name to Brother Valentino. It was during this period too that fellow calypso stalwart, five time national monarch, the Black Stalin would give him the title ‘the People’s Calypsonian’. Though only three times a national monarch finalist (and never winning the coveted crown) he would become the true spokesman for the people , the true opposition, the voice of conscience. His hits over the years include the immortal Life is a stage (1972), Barking Dogs (1974), Dis place Nice (1975), the best selling ‘Stay up Zimbabwe’ (1979), Birds that fly high (1982, Time and Space (1986),) Calypso in Trouble (1992) Time to love again (1996), The Radio (2001) and Where Kaiso went (2004) Valentino, now a veteran among calypso bards, is enjoying his second marriage, this time to former national netball played Peggy Castanada. He continues to be a role model for the new generation of younger singers who see him as the epitome of social consciousness, a direct descendant of the great chantwells of yesteryear – Executor, Atilla, Tiger and the beat goes on & on & on.

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16. Vincent Montana Jr. - It Looks Like Love (Rafae Cancian Re-Edit)

Vincent Montana Jr. - It Looks Like Love (Rafae Cancian Re-Edit)

With over five decades of success and influence, Vincent Montana Jr., Producer, Arranger, Composer, Conductor and renowned Vibraharpist, continues to be a vital force in music today. With countless gold and platinum awards to his name, his contribution and dedication to the music industry has inspired and profoundly affected many producers, DJs, artists, musicians, listeners and dancers alike. Among the numerous credits to his name, Montana is most recognized for his integral role in both the development of 'The Philadelphia Sound' as key MFSB rhythm section member and established studio musician for Philadelphia International Records as well as dance pioneer of the 'Disco Era' as the creative and driving force behind the legendary Salsoul Orchestra. Further contributions include his remarkable productions with The Montana Orchestra and Goody Goody (Atlantic Records) and particularly, the signature club classics on his own “Philly Sound Works” label. Given the era in which these recordings were made, the music of Vincent Montana, Jr. was produced with a futuristic perspective; this is evident due to the fact that his grooves and riffs are still being sampled and utilized to this day. The staying power of his enduring career is certainly because of his exceptional good taste and diversified talent, but also is the fact that although he is firmly rooted in traditional instruments and ways, he has managed to embrace newer styles and to use technology to his advantage. Even now Montana continues to make his mark on the industry, whether directly through his efforts with today's most prominent artists and producers - Dimitri From Paris: "The Way You Love Me", Masters At Work: “Nuyorican Soul”, “The Boss”, “Always There”, David Morales: Pet Shop Boys “New York City Boy” or indirectly via sampling of his catalogue - DJ Spiller: “Groovejet-If This Ain’t Love”, Mariah Carey: “O.O.C.–Out Of Control” and the latest sample, Estelle Ft. Rick Ross: “Break My Heart”. Both the man and his music show no signs of slowing down. He returns once again with his latest projects complete with lush strings, distinct arrangements, cool vibes and all the added touches, quality, musicianship and originality expected of a “Montana Production”. Now That's The Philly Sound!!

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17. Rafael Cancian @ BABEL! at Mareh - São Paulo (24.10.2015)

Rafael Cancian @ BABEL! at Mareh - São Paulo (24.10.2015)

BABEL! @mareh in Sao Paulo

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18. Rafael Cancian - C2H6O

Rafael Cancian - C2H6O

About Disco Records present again your favorite and the first member, Rafael Cancian made the Atomic Disco. This EP features two tracks sampled essence that has all 70's and 80's, through of bass, keyboard, synth with a retro beat.

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19. NBMIX001 - DJ Rafael Cancian - AlwaysInBeta

NBMIX001 - DJ Rafael Cancian - AlwaysInBeta

Se você precisa de um mix para aquecer para o fim de semana, bem, você encontrou! >> Colaboração do DJ Rafael Cancian em exclusividade para a New Balance Brasil!

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20. Loose Joints - Is It All Over My Face (Rafael Cancian Instrumental Re - Edit)

Loose Joints - Is It All Over My Face (Rafael Cancian Instrumental Re - Edit)

"Is It All Over My Face", produced in 1980 by Arthur Russell with a club DJ named Steve D’Acquisto was a masterpiece of that time. It quickly became a worldwide club hit and also one of the most important mixing of the master Larry Levan during his career. He played it several times in the Paradise Garage for the mad crowd of two thousand people. This was the Russell’s song that definitely occupied the raking of the timeless disco classics with a twisted disco bass, a well done rhythm section by the Ingram Brothers and vocals of three unknown dancers D’Acquisto and Russell found on the private club The Loft. One of them, Melvina Woods, whose lyrics “Is it all over my face? You’ve caught me love dancing,” brought a touch of class to the song, originated the Strictly Rhythm house classic “Luv' dancing”, of Underground Solution & Jasmine some years later. Avant-garde composer Philip Glass said once about Arthur Russell's style: "This was a guy who could sit down with a cello and sing with it in a way that no one on this earth has ever done before, or will do again." By:

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