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01. QESS FEAT. URSULA RUCKER,
SPACES IN BETWEEN ( EXTENDED VERSION )
02. ART OF TONES
THUNDER ( ORIGINAL MIX )
WHEN WILL THIS BE OVER ( ORIGINAL MIX )
04. DJ ROMAIN, RICK ASSESSMENT
THIS MUST BE DEEP ( JT DONALDSON & SAISON REMIX )
05. OSCAR P, CRIS HERRERA
TEARS ( DEMARKUS LEWIS RAW LIFE MIX )
06. MO' CREAM
ON YOU ( ORIGINAL MIX )
THE SHRIMPS ( ORIGINAL MIX )
08. ALLEN CRAIG, TOBIRUS MOZELLE,
NEVER ALONE ( NATHAN G REMIX )
09. CROOKERS, KIM MAZELLE
A PLACE IN MY HEART ( LOW STEPPA EXTENDED MIX )
10. ALEX PRESTON, RON S
WHERE ITS AT ( ORIGINAL MIX )
11. BOBBY BLANCO & MIKI MOTO
3 AM ( LOW STEPPA EXTENDED REMIX )
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Deep house is a subgenre of house music that originated in the 1980s, initially fusing elements of Chicago house with 1980s jazz-funk and touches of soul music. Its origins are attributed to Larry Heard's track "Mystery of Love" in 1984
Deep house is known for tempos typically from 110 to 125 BPM, muted basslines, spacious use of percussion elements (typically using a Roland TR-909 drum machine), soft keyboard sounds (pads), use of advanced chord structures, ambient mixes, and soulful, predominantly female vocals. Lyrics usually focus on positive/uplifting or forlorn modern blues lyrics. The use of vocals persisted in deep house as new forms of house music often abandoned them, but as of 2019, this difference has largely disappeared.
Influences of jazz music can be found in the use of more complex chords than simple triads -7ths, 9ths, 13ths, suspensions, alterations- and less mainstream chord progressions, giving compositions a slightly dissonant yet pleasant feel. Standard drops and buildups found in mainstream EDM are atypical in deep house.
Slower, more liquid grooves, and a smooth, stylish, chic demeanor make deep house a more mature, sensuous, simmering metaphor for sex than other genres of electronic dance music. It rarely reaches a climax, but lingers on as a comfortable, hypnotic and relaxing pulse, perfect for the small, dimly lit nightclub.