Barry Harris presents: KON KAN: I Beg Your Pardon 2K14 (Part 2)

  1. 7th Heaven Retro Funk Club Mix
  2. Cajjmere Wray Remix
  3. Ultimix by Paul Goodyear (features the Matt Consola & Leo Frappier Remix)
  4. 7th Heaven Retro Funk Radio Mix

[7th Heaven Retro Remix]

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the award winning, worldwide #1 radio, club and video hit “I Beg Your Pardon [Rose Garden],” Barry Harris’ Kon Kan is back with 2k14 remixes. Before producing more than 20 #1 hit remixes for the likes of Madonna, Whitney Houston, Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, Céline Dion, Cher, Janet Jackson, Spice Girls, and LeAnn Rimes, to name a few, as part of the Award winning remix team, Thunderpuss, Barry Harris (and singer Kevin Wynne), as Kon Kan, scored multiple global hits with the singles “I Beg Your Pardon [Rose Garden],” Puss N’ Boots / These Boots Are Made For Walkin,” and “Harry Houdini” off the album Move to Move.

To celebrate its 25th Anniversary, several record labels around the globe will be releasing 2k14 remixes over the course of several months, kicking off June 03, 2014 on Swishcraft Record’s “Swishcraft Pride 2014″ and followed by this EP of Remixes. Additional mixes on EPride Music and several more labels will join this release, including mixes by Edson Pride & Johnny Bass. The original video is also being cut to multiple remixes for VJ’s, with several mixes already available on the official Kon Kan YouTube page.

For Part One – Swishcraft’s own Matt Consola & Leo Frappier produce a full vocal, Big Room Anthem Club mix complete with dark but uplifting stabs and a heavy club beat. Right on trend, Division 4 creates a happy house mix with throwbacks to the 90’s club genre. Lastly, Cristian Poow, who celebrates his 100th club remix, introduces his new big room remix moniker, The Monstrates. A departure from his Tech House & Electro House ‘Cristian Poow’ sound, The Monstrates is full on, peak hour Anthem House.

For Part Two – We have remixes by the UK’s biggest pop remixers, 7th Heaven, who have stayed true to chord structure and melody of the original and have even sampled the original base lines. Laid over an updated house beat, the 7th Heaven Retro Funk Club Mix is both a big room pop anthem and a retro throwback sure to please any floor. The Cajmere Wray remix takes a harder and darker approach to this classic. Complete with heart pounding beats, a thumping baseline and progressive chord stabs, this remix is sure to pack the floors of any Big Room Circuit Party. Our friends at Ultimix offer us their take on Matt Consola & Leo Frappier remix. Reconstructed and Remixed by Swishcraft & Ultimix’s own Paul Goodyear, Paul takes the darker pop remix into brighter territory with cracking snares, additional synth lines and percolating keyboards. The 7th Heaven retro remix has also been cut to the original video fro VJ use.

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