Marshall 'Godfather of house' Jefferson, one of the originators of the house scene from Chicago. As a solo act, he recorded 1986's 'Move Your Body' - sub-titled and unanimously acclaimed 'The House Music Anthem'. Jefferson also helped record Phuture's 'Acid Tracks', the first and best acid-house single. He grew tired of the sound and moved into a more spiritual form of music later termed deep house; along with Larry Heard, he became one of its best producers. Jefferson spent much of the 1990s remixing and DJing, and did record under his own name for the 1997 album Day of the Onion.
A living legend in the US house scene since his cover of Isaac Hayes' Love Can't Turn Around made the Top 10 in 1986. Farley - aka Farley Funkin' Keith, and the 'The Godfather of House' - has been one of the most respected DJ's on the club scene over the last 20 years.