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Classic late 80s Chicago house pairing the warm jazzy vibe of Larry Heard's production with Robert Owens soulful vocals. An essential that really ought to need no introduction from us! 12-inch, Vinyl record
A real classic from Chip E – maybe not always the strongest of the early Chicago house music pioneers, but a great talent here – with a wonderfully soulful vibe! Female lead vocals make the tune a fuller, richer one than it might be from just the stark handclap beats and basslines ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
The mid 80s... when a song like this passed for politics in music! Forget the stupid message lyrics, though, and remember that Hardcastle cracked a lot of scenes with the cut – forging kind of a pop-political-street beat kind of groove. 12-inch, Vinyl record
Fantastic spacey club tracks from this legendary group! It's a monstrous blend of jazzy vibes, moogy keyboards, and pounding funky dancefloor beats! The flipside is just as great, too – and even though it's got a stupid name, the cut's got a killer hook and this storming instrumental groove ... 12-inch, Vinyl record