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A1. Moloko – Forever More (FKEK Remix)
A2. Eric Kupper pres. K-Scope – Stargazer
B1. Curtis Mayfield – Move On Up (Eric Kupper Vocal Mix)
B2. Urban Soul – What Do I Gotta Do (Eric Kupper Club Mix)
C1. Whitney Houston – Million Dollar Bill (Frankie Knuckles Club Mix)
C2. Sam Ellis – Club Lonely (Kupper”Ēs Original Club Mix)
D1. Earth, Wind & Fire – September (Eric Kupper Extended Vocal Mix)
D2. Michal Martyniuk feat. Yanika – New Things (Eric Kupper Remix)

If the ideal greatest hits collection captures the fundamental truth about an artist, Eric Kupper”Ēs – ”ČA Lifetime In Dance Music”É highlights an envious catalogue, extraordinary production skills and ultimately reveals a passionate maven of house music.

The 24-track compilation celebrates the vast work and revered career of Eric Kupper and is a collectable occasion to re-acknowledge his influence and golden touch as a remixer for over five decades. This second volume of ”ČA Lifetime In Dance Music”É highlights another selection of Kupper”Ēs finest productions and remixes of greats such as Whitney Houston, Earth, Wind and Fire, Curtis Mayfield and Moloko.

Emblematic of an iconic nightlife and reflecting on the sheer scale of his work for seminal artists including Diana Ross, Gloria Gaynor and Donna Summer, this ultimate collection serves as a reminder of Kupper”Ēs astounding blend of studio power, control, and agility as a producer and remixer. As the writing and production partner of the late godfather of house music, Frankie Knuckles, Kupper is a true musician and multi-instrumentalist who has played on, remixed, produced or engineered over 2,000 records spanning a wide range of contemporary musical genres.

An eavesdrop to Kupper”Ēs sophisticated, faultless production style that has amassed an unprecedented catalogue captivates the imagination back to bygone musical decades. His work in the mid-to-late 1980s/early 1990s, especially with Def Mix Productions and remixes for the genre”Ēs superstars Alison Limerick, Ce Ce Peniston, Inner City and Frankie Knuckles is considered to be part of the foundation for house music as it exists today.

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