Maxi Dance Sensation is another great compilation of current dance tracks that can easily become classics 90's. Enjoy!
Sacred Groove is a George Lynch album from 1993. It contains a diverse range of tracks from different styles of music, for example, the instrumental Tierra Del Fuego has a significant Latin feel to it. There are four instrumentals and six songs on the album. A notable instrumental on the album is “Love Power from the Mama Head“, which shows off much of Lynch’s unique playing style. A number of guest vocalists also make appearances on "Sacred Groove" - an essential addition to a George Lynch fan's collection.
Wicked Sensation is the debut album by American hard rock band Lynch Mob. This was musician George Lynch's first release since leaving the Hair Metal group Dokken. Singer-songwriter Oni Logan provided vocals, contributed to the lyrics and composition and also played harmonica. Also joining George was Dokken drummer "Wild" Mick Brown. The album had two relatively successful singles, with "River Of Love" climbing to the #19 spot on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart as well as "Wicked Sensation" reaching #31 on that chart.
This compilation proudly presents hot songs 90s from all over Europe. Enjoy great hits and mixes by DJ Tomcraft, Afrika Bambaataa, La Cross, Aqua and many more…
Recorded and released in 1975, Seriously Deep is the only album producer, arranger, conductor, and composer David Axelrod recorded for Polydor. Strangely enough, Jimmy Bowen and Cannonball Adderley produced it, not Axe. He did write everything here, and one has no doubt that he hand-selected most of the set's players: Joe Sample on Fender Rhodes, clavinet, and Arp synth; Ernie Watts, Jerome Richardson, Jay Migliori, and Gene Cipriano on reeds and winds; trumpeters Snooky Young and Allen DiRienzo; Jimmy Cleveland and Dick Hyde on trombones; Billy Fender and John Morell on guitars; Jim Hughart on bass; drummer Ndugu Chancler; percussionist Mailto Correa; and concertmaster Jack Shulman for the strings.