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Various Selected By Bryan Smith  - Full House In Sequence flac album
  • Performer Various
  • Title Full House In Sequence
  • Date of release 1983
  • Style Big Band
  • Other formats MP3 MP2 AHX MPC MMF MIDI MP1
  • Genre Jazz / Latin
  • Size MP3 1162 mb
  • Size FLAC 1116 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 200

With Selected: Compiled by Fred P, the first in a new series on his Boards label, he delivers an unmixed compilation of tracks on vinyl. It constitutes a quick and cost-effective bit of crate digging for any DJ in tune with Peterkin's sound. Peterkin's picks encapsulate the best and worst of aspects of his spiritual deep house aesthetic. There is a fine line between subtlety and dull stasis, and for me Bassik Grooove and DeepJust AQuaBeaT's gauzy tracks are difficult to love: they're so ethereal that they just refuse to stick.

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In stock now for same day shipping. Format: 2xLP Cat: SPMBC 001 Released: 20 Feb 14 Genre: Deep House. To round the package off in fine style, Delano Smith slides in for a remix that dubs the track out with a soft but effective touch.

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Photographer Brian Smith has been shooting for many years and has produced work that you’re bound to have seen if you pay attention to pop culture at all. Brian’s unique creative vision is whimsical, playful, fun, elegant, and somehow or another manages to squeeze reality into that balance. He has a gift, and I’m not the only one who thinks so. Based in Miami, Brian Smith is the luckiest guy on the planet. according to a bio he sent for this interview.


A1 Johnny Howard Orchestra* I Love You Samantha (Seq FT)
A2 Ray McVay Orchestra* Jennie With The Light Brown Hair/Shenandoah (Seq FT)
A3 Ken Turner Orchestra* Fascination (W)
A4 Johnny Howard Orchestra* Easy To Love (W)
A5 Ray McVay Orchestra* On The Street Where You Live (QS)
A6 Johnny Howard Orchestra* I Get A Kick Out Of You (QS)
A7 Monty Pearce & Bryan Smith Orchestra* Dreamin' (O/T Waltz)
B1 Ken Turner Orchestra* Jealousy (T)
B2 Monty Pearce & Bryan Smith Orchestra* Delilah (T)
B3 Ray McVay Orchestra* Just The Way You Are (Seq FT)
B4 Johnny Howard Orchestra* All Of You (Seq FT)
B5 Andy Ross Orchestra* Feelings (R)
B6 Bryan Smith Orchestra* Non Dimentica (R)
B7 Bryan Smith Orchestra* Smile (C-C)

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  • Recorded At – The Music Centre, Wembley


  • Compiled By – Bryan Smith
  • Cover – Dan Galvin
  • Engineer – Dave Hunt
  • Producer – Tommy Sanderson


Although, normally I am not greatly in favour of compilation albums, I was pleased for two reasons when I was asked to choose the titles for this compilation album entitled "Full House" – firstly because all the band leaders of the various orchestras involved are personal friends of mine and secondly because the album gives Sequence Dancers the opportunity both to dance and to enjoy listening to the different bands.

I have selected tracks from albums which were produced for pure Ballroom and Latin American dancers and, of course, normally these tracks are out of sequence on the original discs and so Sequence Dancers would not not buy them. However, on all albums there are some tracks suitable for sequence dancing and I have gathered these together to make up "Full House" which I hope will give you many hours of pleasure.

The musical content and the way the various orchestras play have made selecting this album an interesting and most enjoyable task and I sincerely hope that "Full House" will be played many times to Full Houses everywhere.


Bryan Smith
B.B.C. Radio Two Ballroom.