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DJ PROMO: Scott Hardkiss – “Come On, Come On” EP featuring Lisa Shaw w/ Remixes by Morgan Geist and Joe Claussell

October 1st, 2009

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Dance music legend Scott Hardkiss unleashes an extra-special package with the 2nd EP off his highly-acclaimed full-length album, Technicolor Dreamer.  “Come On, Come On” is reminiscent of Scott’s groundbreaking early work “Raincry,” blending funky breakbeats with a dreamy, uplifting & atmospheric vibe and futuristic electronics. He’s taken the vibe to the next level with a heartbreakingly beautiful vocal by the much-loved Lisa Shaw of Salted & Naked Music and a soul-dripping track that’s already being hailed as a future classic.  Presented along with the DJ-friendly Original, Instrumental, & Acappella mixes, the EP also includes extraordinary club remixes from two more of the world’s finest DJ/producers. 

The legendary Joaquin “Joe” Claussell of Body & Soul and Sacred Rhythm puts his hands, mind and spirit on “Come On, Come On” and came out with over an hour’s worth of multiple mind-blowing mixes. This digital DJ promo includes his sunrise-ready “Sacred Rhythm Suite,” a truly magnificent 15-minute epic journey that’s bound to become an organic house classic, gorgeously weaving together Lisa’s voice with live piano, Latin guitar, tribal percussion & African choir “The Voices of Mali,” as well as an accompanying instrumental version. Yet another modern NYC master, Morgan Geist of Metro Area and Environ fame, gives the song his own classic electronic feel with his retro-futuristic remix in a techno/new-wave style that brilliantly reworks Scott’s own vocal contribution & synth arpeggios together. The 80′s flavored beats, synths & sounds bring the track simultaneously into nu-disco and New Order territory. NOTE: AIFF files are available by request


1. “Come On, Come On” feat. Lisa Shaw
2. “Come On, Come On” (Morgan Geist Remix)
3. “Come On, Come On” (Joe Claussell Sacred Rhythm Suite Version)
4. “Come On, Come On” (Joe Claussell Sacred Rhythm Instrumental)
5. “Come On, Come On” (Instrumental)
6. “Come On, Come On” (Acappella)

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*Favorite Songs?Come On, Come On feat. Lisa ShawCome On, Come On (Morgan Geist Remix)Come On, Come On (Joe Claussell Sacred Rhythm Suite Version)Come On, Come On (Joe Claussell Sacred Rhythm Instrumental)Come On, Come On (Instrumental)Come On, Come On (Acappella)
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  1. October 1st, 2009 at 15:47 | #1

    Well, just played for some seconds sample , and decided to download this , will comment soon , but This will work very well for me !

  2. October 15th, 2009 at 22:51 | #2

    Joe always turns out beautiful mixes.

  3. October 16th, 2009 at 05:48 | #3

    I’m in love again … Come on Come on feat. Lisa Shaw … instant classic indeed! This one will be driving the next BeatConscious show …

  4. October 17th, 2009 at 20:10 | #4

    Looking forward to dropping some of this at the Domu afterparty tonight. Very nice work! I definitely prefer this to the first Scott Hardkiss promo from a few months back. Thanks, Giant Step!

    Mark Richens aka DJ Handsome Mark
    Memphis TN

  5. October 22nd, 2009 at 07:52 | #5

    A release with Lisa Shaw’s vocs and a sacred rhythm remix can be only a highlight. The extension of Joe Classell in this track can work even to the spiritual dancefloor, even for home listening, it is a very warm track, a love expoleration of rhythm, love and passion. Piano & Guitar strings is emotional. Morgan Geist’s 80′s touched by the hand of New Order’s sound is a light & tasteful chicago house sound miniature of the original version that satisfied me too a lot. Original stands proudly in every radio and bar playlist. – Dj Nova Nova Planet Radio Show

  6. Dr Bob Jones
    November 9th, 2009 at 15:44 | #6

    Love the production on this slice of Inspirational Soul. Hard to choose which mix as all are great, but it’s Joe Clausell’s that just edges ahead.
    Full support no problem. Many thanks Dr.Bob Jones

  7. November 16th, 2009 at 04:09 | #7

    To Good Great Great Great

  8. LouisP
    June 21st, 2010 at 22:25 | #8


    July 26th, 2010 at 09:17 | #9

    anything joe claussell touches is gold

  10. February 12th, 2011 at 20:45 | #10

    great work by all the producers involved in this project , i like joe claussell mix . that one truly take me away.

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