STONE-COLD-CLASSIC Vibes 2 Vape 2 | I Think I’ll Do Some Stepping On My Own by Sandy Barber (Opolopo Rework) via BBE Music

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do the mashSandra Barber, born on June 8th 1955 in New York attended high school in Englewood, New Jersey and is one of three brothers and five sisters. At the age of nine, Sandy was singing for just about anyone who would listen to her. With the encouragement of her family, she sang at all school socials. Throughout her teen years, Sandy knew that she wanted to be a singing star and one of her most cherished moments was an appearance on Talent Night at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, where she won second place. It was as she puts it “the biggest thrill of her life.” Mr Chris Curry was among those who heard Sandra sing at the Apollo and he arranged an audition for her with the top-line producer David Jordon. He produced a hit recording Let Me Down Easy with Sandra singing lead with the group Rare Pleasure. However, as Sandy puts it, she was “just not happy singing with a group.” Sandra was introduced to Clyde Otis, who signed her on the spot and released her first solo album – Barely Breaking Even (bbe)


70’s soul and funk hymn I Think I’ll Do Some Stepping (On My Own) by New York based singer Sandy Barber got reworked for modern vintage requirements. The original version was featured on Sandy Barber’s album The Best Is Yet To Come. Its reconstruction is by Opolopo from Stockholm, Sweden. The DJ and producer previously appeared on labels; Swedish Brandy Productions, Local Talk, and Tokyo Dawn Records with modern house sounds and a strong soul affection. His rework is a classical edit that breathes the emotive energy of the strong base material but should also delight unprejudiced ears and dancing feet. Slight changes, cuts, and decently added sounds straighten out  the original and its musical complexity. Very nice indeed! – What People Play
“near on 9 minutes of startling soul from Sandy B” – Dr B

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Release date: Reissued and available via BBE Music
Dr B’s recommended juice: ‘Stone Cold Classic Custard’ 

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