The King Midas Project
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From The Goldfinger Anthology 1997-2004 by The King Midas Project.

Available in the BUY Section

This track was originally released in 1995 as part of the "Come and Get It" maxi-single. We didn't even start out intending to do a remix. In the middle of working on mixdowns, we just started messing around. It was a truly impulsive and inspired moment. Fairly quickly, we realized that we had stumbled onto something special so we fleshed out the idea completely. As always, Bridgett's vocal performance was beautiful.

If you're feelin' this one, be sure to checkout the Ultimate Comeback Remix from 2000.

Produced by Lateef & Waynebo with strong contributions from Nick Dalbis on guitar and arrangement. Vocals by Bridgett Grace  Bass guitar, Sax, Keys and percussion played by Waynebo.

Club Zero
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2000

A remix of the first song we released in '95.

Vocals: Bridgett Grace

Vocal Arrangement: Lateef & Waynebo

All instruments: Waynebo

Produced by Waynebo

Kim McNeal
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A collab with me and Kim from 1999.

She wrote the hook, I wrote the verses.

This is still one of the best melodies I've ever written and her voice complemented it perfectly.

Great writing chemistry with her!

Scribe
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1996

A classic Hip-Hop love duet.

Rap Vocals: Waynebo, Talae

Vocals: Lathun

Vocal arragement: Lateef

Drum Programming: Waynebo & Lateef

Sampling & Editing: Waynebo

Bass Guitar: Waynebo

Produced by Lateef & Waynebo

Scribe
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A remix of the classic hip-hop love duet. (1996)

Rap Vocals: Waynebo, Talae

Vocals: Lathun

All instruments: Waynebo

Produced by Waynebo

Sharron Lyles
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(2000)

Once upon a time, in 1995, I met a talented young lady named Sharron who was doing her thing singing and writing songs. We did a few tracks together, but didn't really make a whole lot of music. That's ok, because that young lady is my wife now so I think things worked out for the best :-)  

This was the first song we did together.

Actually, this is the remix that I did in 2000.

Delilah Reynolds
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(1994)

Once upon a time in 1994, I wrote a few songs.  I thought one of them was a perfect fit for the voice of an old college friend, so I called her and Delilah was nice enough to grace the track with her voice. Even though I recorded these vocals on a 4-track cassette, it doesn't stop you from hearing what was an awesome vocal performance. She killed it!

I'm just wasting time

I recognize the signs

Your love will never do

So I gotta get over you


This is a remix of that song that I did in 2000.

Leslie Rochelle
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(1994)

Once upon a time in 1994, I wrote a few songs. I had written this song for an artist I was working with, but it didn't really fit for her. Then I met Leslie Rochelle and I knew I had the voice for this song! I always loved how this one turned out.

Waynebo
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1995

My solo track from the "In The Zone" CD. (MC "M" & The Hype Crew, 1995) Absolutely some of my best lyrics! I look forward to getting back on the mic...

All instruments & Vocals: Waynebo

Produced by Waynebo

Scribe
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1995/1996

Originally the B-side of the "Come & Get It" Maxi-Single in '95. We cleaned it up a little for a radio mix for the Scribe Project in '96.

Rap Vocals: Waynebo, Lateef, Two-Tone

Background Vocals: Lateef, Waynebo

Keyboards & drum programming: Lateef

Bass Guitar: Waynebo

Produced by Lateef & Waynebo

Scribe
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1996

Another track from the funk & hip-hop of the Scribe project.

Rap Vocals: Lateef, Waynebo, MC "M"

Vocals: Sharron Lyles

Keyboards: Waynebo

Drum Programming & Sampling: Lateef

Bass Guitar: Waynebo

Produced by Lateef & Waynebo

Exscape
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1998

What? Waynebo did a remix for Exscape? Yep. But the project (and group) fell apart before any of our remixes got released :-(   Oh well, you can still enjoy this.

all instruments: Waynebo

Produced by Waynebo

The Clyde Dee Concept
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(1992)

This one is a serious throwback. From my years of doing contemporary jazz stuff on my 4-track casstte recorder. It's funny how you can remember certain things but not others. It was the summer of 1992. I had graduated from MSU about 9 months earlier, but due to the recession, I had no job and lots of time on my hands. On this particular day I spent about 4 hours programming the drums, playing the bass and the basic keys on this track. Then I went out and ran about 3 miles, came back to my apartment and took a shower, then layed down the lead piano and the sax on this track. It remains one of my favorites. Particularly the ending.

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