“Ok Boom Boom and Master Plan’s Face the Music is a Pepper tune again but I love it! It’s about being in love with a cocky person who could actually care less about you but is soon about to be forced back to earth. Deep reality and should have gotten more airplay in the day. Loved working with Tony Boom Boom Badea.” Continue reading Pepper’s Picks Number 10: Boom Boom and Master Plan-Face the Music.
For her next Pick, Pepper Gomez chose Mario “Smokin” Diaz’s Let’s Do It, which was released on DJ International Records in 1987. Pepper says: “It features Matt Warren in the mix with fellow DJ and friend, Mario “Smokin” Diaz. When those two get together only great is coming out of it!” Continue reading Pepper’s Pick’s Number 9: Mario “Smokin” Diaz–Let’s Do It.
As Pepper Gomez chooses her Picks, one song is a reminder of her home city Chicago. which was the birthplace of house and now Nu-House. This is White Knight’s Never Give Up, which Pepper says: “has such a Chicago House sound with those vocal.” Continue reading Pepper’s Picks Number 8: White Knight- Never Give Up.
Pepper Gomez remembers: “one of my favourites house tunes from 1987 was Jack Me ’Til I Scream (Jack Me Baby). It’s a reminder of the heady days when Chicago house provided the soundtrack to dancefloors the world over. Continue reading Pepper’s Picks Number 7: Julian Jumpin’ Perez–Jack Me ’Til I Scream (Jack Me Baby)!
Back in 1986, Mat Warren recorded and released The Way To My Heart on Sunset Records. The Way To My Heart which features legendary Chicago house diva Pepper Gomez who wrote the lyrics to this classic. Despite being regarded as a classic, Matt Warren decided to remake The Way To My Heart when he signed to Wake Up! Music and began work on his comeback album Music is My Life. … Continue reading Matt Warren-The Way To My Heart: What’s Your Favourite?
Master Plan Part 1 Master Plan was the 80s duo made up of Tom O’Callaghan and Pepper Gomez. Tom was a multi-instrumentalist who could virtually play anything he touched and had been a violin player in the Chicago Civic Orchestra which was the training orchestra for the Chicago Symphony. Pepper Gomez was a sitar player, poet, singer and songwriter who joined forces with Tom after … Continue reading Pepper Gomez Tells The Story Behind Master Plan.
Pepper says: “You Used to Hold Me which is a powerful house lament by the powerhouse Ralphi Rosario, featuring Xavier Gold which was release on Hot Mix 5 Records” Continue reading Pepper’s Pick Number 4: Ralphi Rosario–You Used to Hold Me