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The Gypsymen

The Gypsymen

The Gypsymen


Terry's productions can be described as a varied collection of samples blending the sounds of classic disco, the more introspective Chicago sound pioneered earlier in the decade, plus plenty of hip-hop attitude and sampling piracy.[citation needed] Much of Todd Terry's early work in the late 1980s is considered a milestone in the development of both progressive and modern deep house. Todd Terry has been responsible for releasing two of the most respected Read more on Last.fm
Terry's productions can be described as a varied collection of samples blending the sounds of classic disco, the more introspective Chicago sound pioneered earlier in the decade, plus plenty of hip-hop attitude and sampling piracy.[citation needed] Much of Todd Terry's early work in the late 1980s is considered a milestone in the development of both progressive and modern deep house. Todd Terry has been responsible for releasing two of the most respected crossover remixes of the house era: "I'll House You" by the Jungle Brothers and "Missing" by Everything But the Girl by the mid 1990s. Among his fans, Todd Terry is known as Todd the God, God Terry, Todd Godrry, Godd Gerry (or, occasionally, simply God, because he might be a Five Percenter, but this is unconfirmed). Todd's tracks "Something Goin' On" and "Keep on Jumpin''" were both UK Top 10 hits as well as US Hot Dance Music/Club Play No.1s, with the vocals provided by Jocelyn Brown and Martha Wash. Freestyle diva Shannon was the featured vocalist on the Top 20 hit "It's Over Love" in 1997. "Alright, Alright" also was featured on the English import Chicago House compilation, "Jackmaster" in 1987. In 1999, Todd Terry released Resolutions, successfully embracing the then still avant-garde drum 'n' bass aesthetics. Terry has also used several aliases such as Swan Lake, Orange Lemon, Royal House, Black Riot, CLS, Masters at Work (although this moniker he gave to Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez & "Little" Louie Vega in 1990), Dredd Stock, House of Gypsies, Limelife, Hard House, Tyme Forse, and the Gypsymen (where under that alias, scored a number-one Billboard Hot Dance/Club play hit in 1992 with "Hear the Music"). Todd Terry became one of the best-paid DJs in both Europe and the United States.

He normally performs on four turntables, mostly playing his own tracks. In October 2004, Weekend by the Todd Terry Project appeared in the popular video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, playing on House Music radio station SF-UR. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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