Thursday 4th September / posted by Simon Keary
From Glasgow’s Paul Hunter, this week’s throwback is Ife Bobowa by Brother of Soul. It’s taken from the Celebration Of Time EP on US Guidance Recordings and was released in 1998 – a time when the label dominated the Deep House scene. It was the second release by Hunter under this alias. The first was on US Freeze records and features the equally great track Disco Era. Following on from this EP, Hunter made another release under this name on Guidance called the Music EP. One half of Deep Sensation, Hunter has always been a bit elusive, and despite 20-30 releases it’s still very hard to find much information about him.
Hope you enjoy!
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