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✨✧ JM SilkShadows Of Your Love (house mix, acapella beats mix, fierce mix, original mix) ... 12-inch
DJ International, 1986. Used (pic cover)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A tasty little house track from JM Silk – one of the most tuneful of the Chicago house groups of the mid 80s scene! Steve Silk Hurley's production is filled with lots of nice keyboard washes on the set – and the track's got that nice slow-burning vocal approach that the group used so well. And if that's not enough, the cover image features some very nice threads from The Lark Clothing Store – in our old stomping grounds, Evergreen Plaza! 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has light wear and a sticker in one corner.)
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✨✧ VariousBest Of House Music ... LP
Profile, 1988. Used 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A pretty nice little set of house tunes – issued by Profile in the late 80s, but featuring tracks licensed from a number of different labels. 12 tracks in all including: "Let's Work It Out" by Exit (produced by Blaze!), "Do It Properly" by 2 Puerto Ricans, A Blackman, & A Dominican, "Carino" by T Coy, "Move Your Body" by Marshall Jefferson, "Jack Your Body (Monty House rmx)" by JM Silk, "Can't Get Enough" by Liz Torres, "You Used to Hold Me" by Ralphi Rosario with Xaviera Gold, "Just Another Man" by Jeanne Harris, "Fantasize Me" by Pleasure Pump, "Fun With Bad Boys" by Screamin Rachael and "7 Ways" by Hercules. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner.)

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✨✧ VariousSources – The DJ International Records Anthology – Compiled By Bill Brewster ... CD
Harmless (UK), Late 80s/Early 90s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A set that's very near and dear to our hearts – given that the DJ International label was a huge force here on the Chicago scene during the 80s! The label was second only to Trax Records as a proving ground for so many new ideas in house music – a crucial indie who helped give many artists their start, and managed to get their music to much wider audiences around the globe! While Trax might have been first by a few beats, DJ international stepped forward with a much more professional approach – really focusing on some key stars in the growing house scene, and even working in album formats as well as the sort of singles that seemed to crop up every week during the 80s. This 3CD package is very well done – selected and annotated by dancefloor scholar Bill Brewster – with 35 cuts that include "Move" by Farm Boy, "Like This" by Chip E, "Shadows Of Your Love (original fierce club)" by JM Silk, "The It (Hardy club mix)" by Donnie, "Turn Up The Bass" by Tyree with Kool Rock Steady, "Check Out The Hook (dangerous DJ club)" by 2 Young Brothers, "Communicate (AT&T club)" by Full House, "Let's Go Don't U Want Some More" by Fast Eddie, "Don't Wanna Go (Mike Dunn voc club)" by Sterling Void, "Work On Me (99th Street piano club)" by Frankie Hollywood Rodriguez, "Acid Thunder (fast thunder club)" by Fast Eddie, "Freedom (Factory club)" by the Children, "House Music Is My Life (deep house club rmx)" by Tyree, "The Promised Land" by Joe Smooth, "It's U" by Farley Jackmaster Funk & Ricky Dillard, "Choice Of A New Generation (deep underground club)" by Rocky Jones, and "Only The Strong Survive" by Frankie Knuckles. CD
(Out of print.)

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