Three of 'em, to be precise. Whereas Remixes Part 1 stuck (by and large) to the soulful feel of the original, though, the three rubs here venture a little further afield. Label boss Alan Russell defies the current vogue for all things heavily treated and electronic, turning in a Wadadli Deep Mix that's all fluttering Spanish guitars, tribal-ish hand percussion and not a lot else except a pulsing bassline. Black Silk's own Beat & Vox 2012 Mix does what it says on the tin in a Tenaglia-tastic and Lawler-licious kinda fashion while the Black Silk Mainstream does the "big room tech-house with prog/trance leanings" thing.
Mixes to suit a range of tastes, then… which is what such packages are about, surely?
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