Various Artists Om: Miami 2006
- Words: Luciana Lopez
- Label: Om
Om has earned a rep as one of the most solid house labels out there and this album, showcasing new material for March's Winter Music Conference, only polishes their good name. Standouts include Andy Caldwell's made-for-the-floor "Don't You Love Me?," Colette's hypnotically sexy version of Robert Palmer's "Didn't Mean to Turn You On," and Samantha James' vocal-driven joy, "Rise." Actually, it's hard to find a track here that wouldn't be a star on any number of lesser albums.
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