Paradise garage anthem “Let’s Do It” by Convertion with remixes by Krystal Klear to be released on original Sam Records label.
12” vinyl released on September 9, 2016
Let’s Do It by Convertion was originally released in 1981 on Sam Records, and featured production by Greg Carmichael and vocals by Leroy Burgess. Upon release this song immediately went into heavy rotation for Larry Levan at The Paradise Garage and for Frankie Crocker, then the number one rated disco jockey on New York City’s number 1 ranked radio station WBLS. Over the years it has become a staple of classic disco playlists worldwide.
Now remixed as a peak hour tune for today’s dancefloor, this 12” release includes two mixes produced by Dec Lennon p/k/a/ Krystal Klear. A Dublin native and Red Bull Music Academy alumni, Klear has made a steady rise to become one of the freshest new faces in music that both has the chops to destroy underground dance floors with his deep crate of records or spin out polished productions in the studio with legends like Nile Rodgers.
Klear’s musical accolades can be conveyed through his singles “Tried For Your Love” that was championed by BBC R1 DJ Benji B for 13 weeks in a row, and “Addiction” which has helped solidify main stage at top tier events such as SONAR, Fabric, Space Ibiza, and the famed Panorama Bar.
Published: 16th August 2016