Various Artists: Norman Jay MBE 'Mister Good Times' 2LP pre-order (release date 25th August)


Various Artists: Norman Jay MBE 'Mister Good Times' 2LP pre-order (release date 25th August)


Various Artists: Norman Jay MBE - 'Mister Good Times' double vinyl LP with full album download code.

This 2LP is released on Friday 25th August.

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Tracklisting -

1. Daylight - Vicki Sue Robinson 

2. Funky President (People It’s Bad) - James Brown 

3. Instant Love - The Main Ingredient 

4. Open Your Eyes - Organized Konfusion 

5. Our Day Will Come - Esther Phillips 

6. Short End Of The Stick - Loleatta Holloway 

7. Homemade Lovin’ - The Whispers 

8. Right Here - Shalamar 

9. I Only Want To Be With You - Barry White

10. Lost Continent - The Peddlers 

11. California Soul - Rune Gustafsson 

12. Sweet Thing - Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames 

13. Vehicle - Ides Of March 

14. Get Yourself Together - Young Disciples 

15. On My Way Home - Eddie Kendricks 

16. Do What You Gotta Do - E3 

17. Build My World Around You - Slim Smith & The Uniques 

18. I’m Every Woman - Aretha Franklin

It's Carnival time!

Norman Jay MBE presents his new compilation ‘Mister Good Times’ via Sunday Best Recordings. ‘Mister Good Times’ is the latest in Norman Jay’s long-running ‘Good Times’ series which started in 2000.

Norman Jay is undoubtedly one of the finest and highly respected DJs today and yet again pulls from his impressive collection to provide the ultimate soul / funk selection.

Explaining his selection for this new ‘Mister Good Times’ compilation, Norman Jay MBE says: “These are all the sort of tracks that I’d play in the early morning sunshine whilst we were setting up at Notting Hill Carnival. It’s stuff that I’d play for myself before the crowds turned up. Just that classic Good Times mix with all the different elements I love: disco, Philly, James Brown, 90s hip-hop, reggae, etc.”

The results prove that whilst the Good Times sound system itself - and its appearances at Notting Hill Carnival, which helped make Norman and Good Times a legend around the globe - may be no more, the spirit of Good Times lives on as it has always done in the music. “People who used to come to arrive early doors carnival will know exactly what this is about,” says Norman.

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