Review: Caro Emerald – Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor (The Remixes)

Caro Emerald – Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor (The Remixes) is another electro swing albums many people ignored and slept on. This is one of the best electro swing remix albums to date.

Caro looks for a man to make her night feel complete on A Night Like This – Art Alec Remix. However she feels as her night is incomplete. A Night Like This – Art Alec Remix uses Latin salsa styled beats over lounge jazz, samba, house, and bossanova as opposed to the original version. This version is much louder that the original which really resonates.

From where you are, you see the smoke start to arise where they play cards. And you walk over, softly moving past the guards. The stakes are getting higher. You can feel it in your heart. He calls your bluff. He is the ace. You never thought he’d play that much. And now it’s more than all these cards you want to touch. You’ll never know if winning this could really be enough.

Caro has never dreamed it. Have you ever dreamed a night like this? She cannot believe it. She may never see a night like this. When everything you think is incomplete starts happening when you are cheek to cheek. Could you ever dream it? She has never dreamed a night like this. This is one of those surrealistic magical nights. Take a look beyond the moon you’ll see the stars. And when you look around you know the room by heart.

How many times has Caro been waiting by the door to hear these chimes to hear that someone debonair has just arrived? And how many times has Caro opened up to see my world before her eyes? That silhouette creates an image and a night she can’t forget. The night has the scent of something special. She can’t resist temptation. Caro walks away and suddenly it seems she is not alone. He stands in front of her. Caro stops before he goes on.

Back It Up – Kraak & Smaak Remix uses thicker opacity has tensity in the rhythm than the original. Back It Up – Kraak & Smaak Remix is a swinging jazz song which will make you want to dance. In this swinging jazz song, Caro doesn’t want the dance to ever end, so she demands the song “back up” and play again.

Caro can’t stop shaking. The room has a groove and the floor. It’s almost earthquaking. History is being made out on the floor and it’s just awaking.

So DJ get that needle in the core. Scratch that back and give Caro more. You know exactly what Caro came here for. Back it up and do it again. From the middle to the top to the end. Back to the middle to the front to the end. From the front to the middle to the back to the end. She doesn’t care if he’s a friend. Back it up and do it again.

DJ give her some of that funky. The kind that the Duke Ellington used to play and make it more swingy. And then give her a some horny horn selection/section. Slam that bass and make it sing. Give those strings that rip ‘n’ zing.

I rate this album 4/5****!!

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