Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Dream Girl  

  Detroit has provided an incredible wealth of black dance music to the world. We've posted a number of tracks from Motor City here on Beat Electric, here is yet another to attempt to chip away at the endless musical output of this city. Cookie Do is a one-off artist as far as I know with production from Danny Omar, who also worked with Detroit super group The Spinners and has guitar, songwriting, and special thank you credit on some of their late '70s to '80s LPs. Dream Girl features somewhat cheesy rap style vocals on the A-side, the instrumental is my favorite mix and really delivers the goods with a loose minimal funk groove over a basic shuffling drum machine pattern.

  Cookie Do - Dream Girl (inst)

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  • March 26, 2014 at 8:07 PM  

    Love those little synth embellishments under the funk guitar. I kinda wish the instrumental was more "minimal" and removed some of the female vocals. But please, keep all the breathing a whispering!