Artist: Emilie Nana
Title: I Missed The Boat (Glenn Underground A Slave’s Disco Dance Remix) / I Missed The Boat (Original) / I Missed The Boat (St Plomb Shady Side Remix) / I Missed The Boat (Glenn Underground A Slave’s Disco Beat Remix)
Cat No: CPT 346-3
Quotes: Great release, Glenn is on top form! No doubt that St Plomb remix will rocks too! Ripperton / super dooper Glenn underground mix Rainer Trüby / Very nice original. Originell! Other mixes work as well. Glenn Underground best for the floor. St.Plomb nie and phat, my favourite. Mijk van Dijk / Really love the original and the remixes! Glenn Underground at the top as ever! Full support to the Black stuff!!! Kikko Solaris
Info: Newcomer Emilie “Mimie” Nana comes up with this nicely pumping mixture of Gospel and House, together with a great remix package! Glenn Underground´s version will convince you of its Chicago style jazzy deepness and St Plomb´s mental groove make this boat really flowing, don´t miss it!! Emilie “Mimie” Nana was born in 1984 in Lyon – France. Since her youngest age she has soaked up the codes of “Negro” music, Raggae & Funk, following the passion of her father who was collecting 7″s and 12″s. Always seeking for new sounds, it’s in her mother’s tapes that she first discovered “Paradise garage”. A shock … and then the light! In a deep rooted approach, the meeting of Gospel – Vicious Pop & House join in a ceremony of unlikely sounds & notes. Under a provocatively denouncing name, “I Missed The Boat” the first solo release of the artist on Compost Records will transform & hypnotize your minds.