The Burrell Brothers – The Nu Groove Years Part 2 1988-1992 DoLP
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Label Rush Hour
Format DoLP Vinyl
Recording under different aliases, the Burrell Brothers were the backbone of Nu Groove Records. This New York label started in 1987 and took inspiration from Trax Records, both musically and aesthetically. This compilation compiles the absolute best of the Burrell's output and in doing so is giving us a valuable insight to the much overlooked roots of New York house music. It is now close to 25 years ago that Nu Groove Records started operating from New York City, in which its house scene was starting to blossom at that time. In the four years the label existed, 1988 till 1992, it has released over 100 records. Nu Groove started by releasing records by Rheji and Ronald Burrell and continued to do so until the label folded. The brothers were scouted by the label's a&r after they had recorded a ton of material for EMI America that never came out. The album that did came out flopped commercially. The deal with EMI was discontinued and the pair started to release stuff through Nu Groove.
A1 Aphrodisiac - Song Of The Siren
A2 Metro - Angel Of Mercy
B1 Utopia Project - File #3
B2 N.Y. House'n Authority - Fort Green House
B3 Equation - The Answer (X² (RB) Mix)
C1 Aphrodisiac - Your Love
C2 Houz' Neegroz - How Do U Luv A Black Woman?
D1 N.Y. House'n Authority - Dyckman House
D2 Metro - Straphanger
D3 N.Y. House'n Authority - APT 1B