Fatback Band "(Do the) Spanish Hustle (Danny Krivit Edit)"
This fuzzy, funky piece of vintage disco comes to us courtesy of The Fatback Band's 1976 chart-topping hit "(Do the) Spanish Hustle)" and the man who saw fit to rework it to his liking, NYC's master editor Danny Krivit (pictured above). This number is part of Krivit's forthcoming second volume of upbeat soul, funk, and disco edits for Strut, which will see the light of day come September 14. Along with this lengthy version of "Spanish Hustle," the renowned veteran and proclaimed King of Edits includes his own takes on Chairmen of the Board's "Life & Death," Patrice Rushen's "Music of the Earth," and Black Blood's "Chicano," among others, on Edits by Mr. K Vol. 2. You can check out more about the forthcoming compilation and watch Krivit tell the story of his DJ/production career here.
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