June 13, 1992 - Todd Terry live at the Ministry of Sound in London
Liveset from Todd Terry, recorded at the Ministry of Sound in London probably on June 13, 1992
Todd Terry, born on April 18, 1967 in Brooklyn, New York, is an American DJ, remixer and producer of house music. In the late 80s he was responsible for some house classics suich as Black Riot - A day in the life, and Royal House - Can you party ?. He also did several remixes, including "I'll house you" of the Jungle Brothers.
In the 90s he did a lot of remixes like for instance "Everything but The Girl" by Missing, but he also scored some hits, "Keep on Jumpin", along with Martha Wash and Jocelyn Brown in 1997, was the largest. Among his fans, he is known as Todd the God or simply God, even though he reused his own work regularly, as clearly heard on the album Can You Party by Royal House.
|House Is A Feelin' - Todd Terry||2|
|Brighter Days (Todd's TNT dub) - Cajmere||4|
|Walk Out The Door - Todd Terry||5|
|Just Us (WMC edit) - Todd Terry||6|
|I Like You - House Of Gypsies||8|
|Put Your Hands Together - Todd Terry||10|
|La Megamix - House Of Gypsies||12|
|Can Ya'll Get Funky (Euro Acetate mix) - Royal House||13|
|Can You Feel It (Paul Woolford edit) - Todd Terry, Cls||15|
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