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Toru S. took a step from "Something Special Makes Special" to "Something Different Makes Different" with more sexy and melodic sound. Toru loves to make house music with old school flavour around 90's. Simple but effective on the dancefloor!
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Royal Flush" is a single by American rapper and OutKast member Big Boi. The track was released on March 24, 2008 and it features fellow OutKast member André 3000 as well as Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon. It was the first time the three rappers collaborated with each other in 10 years since "Skew It on the Bar-B" off of OutKast's third album Aquemini in 1998
Songs from Royal Flush by Something Different Makes Different, Toru . .Free download and listen Royal Flush. Style: house. Tracks count: 13. Views: 1. Toru . Something Different Makes Different - Wild and Woolly 07:36. Something Different Makes Different - Larry's Birthday 07:42. Something Different Makes Different - Deb Deb 08:39.
Royal Flush is an album by American trumpeter Donald Byrd featuring Byrd with Pepper Adams, Herbie Hancock, Butch Warren, and Billy Higgins recorded in 1961 and released on the Blue Note label as BLP 4101. The album is notable for being pianist Herbie Hancock's first Blue Note session to be released But what's really interesting is when they begin.
With Royal Flush, Donald Byrd held a few aces up his sleeve, pushing the boundaries of hard bop while also introducing Herbie Hancock to the world. The intriguing ‘Shangri-La’, meanwhile, is another Byrd composition that offers something different, especially in relation to Billy Higgins’ drums, which, instead of playing a fixed, regular, swing-type pattern throughout, have more of a freer, individual role. This gives the track a jagged, stop-start feel. Royal Flush remains a significant album in Donald Byrd’s canon. While it waved goodbye to a five-year association with Pepper Adams – it would be his and Byrd’s final collaboration together – it also introduced the world to his protégé Herbert Jeffrey Hancock, who, shortly afterwards, would go on to make his mark as both a solo artist and as a member of the groundbreaking Miles Davis Quintet.