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The Baker Man and The Noodle Man

Posted on the 27 February 2011 by Pelski
The Baker Man and The Noodle manLykke Li's impossibly uplifting pop number has been given a magnificent remix. It's a brash, uninhibited rework, unafraid to throw in big cartoonish piano keys, ecstatic hand claps and a chunky-as-anything analogue synth. It's shamelessly hands-in-the-air fodder, and all the better for it:
Lykke Li - I Follow Rivers (The Magician Remix) [pelski highly recommends]
Simon Baker - one of my favorite artists - is finally releasing his long awaited debut album, 'Traces'. The Leeds techno/house stalwart has been around long enough... doing bits and bobs here and there, running his own imprint Infant and putting out some damn fine original productions and, notably, remixes over the last ten years or so. Two years ago RCRDLBL handed out this 192kbps of his remix of singer-songwriter Cortney Tidwell, and, in anticipation of 'Traces', here it is:
Cortney Tidwell - Watusii (Simon Baker Remix){192kbps}
Next up we have two disco edits: one new, one old. A classic from Todd Terje - the King of all things 'edit' - funks things out with this stylish re-rub, all strutting hollow percussion and cosmic phasing effects:
Disco/Very - Get It On (Todd Terje Tangoterje Re-Edit)
I very much doubt that anyone could ever come up with a better artist name than... The Noodleman. The mighty Noodleman himself has put together a rolling piece of sleek, chiming disco that's tasty indeed:
Loleatta Holloway - Hit and Run (The Noodleman Dub)
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