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718 Sessions


Download links and information about 718 Sessions by Danny Krivit. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:13:30 minutes.

Artist: Danny Krivit
Release date: 2009
Genre: Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:13:30
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No. Title Length
1. U Know That I Love U (With Perfect World) (featuring Chyna) 6:58
2. Run (Phil Asher Remix) [feat. Monique Bingham] (featuring Shake The Dog) 7:00
3. Spread Love (DK Edit) [feat. The Three Kings] (featuring The Freddy Turner Project) 8:23
4. Selene (The Goddess of the Moon) [feat. Alexis Simmons] (featuring Steal Vibe) 5:01
5. God Created Woman (Alt. Mix) [feat. Margaret Grace] (featuring Teddy Douglas) 5:48
6. House of Tribe (featuring Jazzy JeFF) 3:21
7. Another Day (featuring Kings Of Tomorrow) 3:52
8. Brand New Feeling (Sting International Conroversy Mix) (featuring Roy Ayers) 5:25
9. Dance (Beats) (featuring Earth People) 3:00
10. Disorganized Corruption (featuring Joaquin) 7:45
11. Peace Pipe (featuring B. T. Express) 3:53
12. Nothing's Impossible (ATFC Mix) (featuring Kim English) 5:04
13. That's What Love Is (feat. Sara Devine) (featuring Louie Vega) 3:47
14. We Can Make It (feat. Kathy Summers) (featuring Ubq Project) 4:13



New York City DJ, Danny Krivit, has been spinning and mixing since 1977, and according to many house music purists, was one of the DJs that helped get the genre off the ground and running a decade later. He's been seen doing his thing at events dubbed "718 Sessions" (718 being the phone area code for Brooklyn, NY), which is also the name of his 2009 release. Similar to such modern-day DJs as Miguel Migs, Krivit merges funk-soul sounds with futuristic twists and turns throughout, resulting in what amounts to a seemingly never-ending dance party. The tunes may blend into each other and sound very similar, but that seems to be what dance aficionados look for when pick up a dance disc for their next gathering. 718 Sessions shows that one of the longest-running DJs is certainly still keeping pace with club music's younger generation.