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Good Times 2


Download links and information about Good Times 2 by Jay Norman. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to House, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Dancefloor, Disco, Pop, Dance Pop genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 02:21:53 minutes.

Artist: Jay Norman
Release date: 2001
Genre: House, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Dancefloor, Disco, Pop, Dance Pop
Tracks: 24
Duration: 02:21:53
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No. Title Length
1. Bourgie Bourgie (featuring Gladys Knight And The Pips) 3:31
2. For the Love of Money (featuring The O'Jays) 7:15
3. Can You Feel It (Progressive Version) (featuring Funk Fusion Band) 8:14
4. The Whip (featuring The Ethiopians) 2:58
5. Ballistic Affair (featuring Leroy Smart) 3:16
6. Know How (featuring Young Mc) 3:57
7. Ain't No Mountain High Enough (feat. Jocelyn Brown) [Larry Levan's Garage Mix] (featuring Inner Life) 10:26
8. It's Alright, I Feel It! (feat. Jocelyn Brown) [MAW Alternative 12'' Mix] (featuring Nuyorican Soul) 9:17
9. You Will Survive (Zoo Groove Stereo Mix) (featuring Bobby Bare, Steve, Johnnie Fiori) 8:22
10. All I Have In Me (Original Musiquarium Mix) (featuring Young Disciples) 10:22
11. Time Waits for No One (featuring Jean Carn) 4:16
12. Scrappy (featuring Wookie) 5:37
13. Breathing Light (featuring Nitin Sawhney) 4:28
14. Kool Down (feat. Mark Murphy) [Dark Dub] (featuring Parker, Tenth) 7:27
15. The Love I Lost (featuring Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes) 6:21
16. Keep It Up (featuring Milton Wright) 4:08
17. Nothing but a Heartache (featuring The Flirtations) 2:40
18. One To Grow On (Growin' Like Weeds) (featuring UMC's) 4:39
19. The Vulture (featuring Labbi Sifre) 3:40
20. Always There (featuring Side Effects) 5:04
21. Somehow, Somewhere (There's a Soul Heaven) (featuring Deep Sensation) 5:52
22. Over and Over (featuring Sylvester) 9:29
23. Never Like This (featuring The Two Tones) 4:54
24. Still In Love (featuring Rose Royce) 5:40



The second Nuphonic compilation dedicated to transferring the spirit of Joey and Norman Jay's Notting Hill-based Good Times Sound System to disc is another fine smattering of party-worthy music that spans several genres and decades. With plenty of room to flex across two discs, the Jays run through a little bit of Philly soul (the O'Jays' "For the Love of Money," Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes' "The Love I Lost") some classic disco (Larry Levan's crucial mix of Inner Life's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," Sylvester's "Over and Over," Side Effect's overlooked "Always There"), a couple shades of reggae (the Ethiopians' "The Whip," Leroy Smart's "Ballistic Affair"), hip-hop (Young MC's "Know How," UMC's' "One to Grow On"), and plenty of newer acts that throw several styles into the stew (a Masters at Work remix of Nuyorican Soul's "It's Alright, I Feel It," an extended mix of Young Disciples' "All I Have in Me," Nitin Sawhney's "Breating Light"). As with most everything else released by Nuphonic, the physical package is a delight, including plenty of photos and notes on several songs from Norman. One would have to have an extremely voracious appetite for music to love everything here, not to mention an ear for the rare, but it's all but impossible to not get swept up in the open-minded, all-inclusive mindset that the Jays have clearly remained in for a number of decades now.