Another album to pad the dance tracks, Keep on Movin’ is a classic that I needed to have. The drum machine rhythms and soulful vocals date it, but it reached #1 on the R&B charts in the U.S. and it is still a great track. Soul II Soul was founded by Jazzie B, who ran a sound system and held a regular night DJing at the Africa Centre in London. And before becoming a big star, winning Grammys and producing work for Sinead O’Connor, Smashing Pumpkins and U2, Nellee Hooper produced early Soul II Soul records and was a member of an early incarnation of Massive Attack, The Wild Bunch. Keep on Movin’ sold over a million copies in the U.S. and is a staple of late 80’s dance music.