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Premiere: Quentin Harris Adds Club-Ready Mix To Soaring David Morales Disco Cut 'Father'

The full package will be released on Friday.
Quentin Harris

Quentin Harris

Detroit-born, New York City producer Quentin Harris has been tasked with a big remix. David Morales is gearing up to release a potential smash in “Father” with Janice Robinson and Harris does not disappoint on the remix.

The original is a soaring and lengthy cut of disco, gospel and soul – bringing things back to where house came from. Harris adds his own club-friendly flavor to the track, stripping away a lot of the vocal on his dub mix and then going heavier on the drums. It is already being supported by a slew of big names who want that mixture of club sound and a classic house record.

“I was really excited to be asked to be involved in this amazing project from David and Janice, the vocals and the musicianship on this project are immense,” exclaims Harris to Magnetic. “On my remix I wanted to crank up the heat a little and create something for the darker late night dance floors, I’m really happy with the results and it’s going down well in the clubs.”

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The remix will be part of the larger “Father” package, which will be released this Friday, December 15. 

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