This show was 3rd in the global house chart.
If you're a DJ who ever gets the chance to drop some early-era house into your sets, try dropping an old Tyree Cooper track—let's say 1988's "Turn Up the Bass," released on the fabled D.J. International label—and see what happens. The odds are good that have the happiest dancefloor around, as the Chicago producer's seminal tunes rarely fail to work their magic, even nearly three decades on. His productions, just like his DJ sets, were imbued with that ineffable kind of jacking joy that old-school house can bring, a skill he learned from a youthful diet of the Hot Mix 5, Farley Jackmaster Funk, Ron Hardy, Frankie Knuckles, et.al.
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