BEATS & PIECES
SHARON REDD’s sister Pennye Ford, remembered for 1984’s ‘Dangerous’ and ‘Change Your Wicked Ways’ on Total Experience Records, is featured guest on Snap’s new ‘Ooops Up’ . . . Rumour Records have snapped up Dream In Goa ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond’, the remade Pink Floyd tune also recently used by Innocence . . . Ice Cube’s ‘AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted’ import album is being rushed out here by 4th + B’way, who have further fuelled the current carefully stoked controversy about N.W.A. by adding ‘**** Tha Police’ to their reissued 12-inch of ‘Express Yourself’ . . . Mark Summers’ better B-side ‘Wicked In Mombassa‘ has been remixed by No Smoke . . . Promised Land’s repetitively “revolution” chanting instrumental flip, nothing to do with ‘Something In The Air’, is called ‘No It U Lover (Mantra For A Revolution)’ (98bpm) . . . Wee Papa Girl Rappers’ Get In The Groove’ is flipped by the Teddy Riley produced, ‘Del’ Geoff Hunt remixed, ‘Faith (Contrabanned Mix)‘ (105bpm), plus the jerky raggamuffin ‘Step Up‘ (79½bpm) . . . Swansea’s Jeff Thomas has finally got onto radio after many attempts, presenting a Saturday morning 9am-noon dance show across the water on Bristol’s For The People 97.2FM, a 170 mile round trip but well worth it, he says . . . Southend-on-Sea’s Robbie Dee, still at the Zero Thurs/Fridays and Hollywood Wed/Saturdays, is even luckier being on his hometown’s Essex Radio 102.6/96.3FM weekdays 4-7pm and Saturdays 10am-2pm — nice work if you can get it . . . Ollie Dowling, resident jock at Dublin’s Pink Elephant, has organised a Dublin Funk Collective of DJs, rappers, dancers and others both interested in and keen to promote specialist black dance music, with all sorts of activities planned and two funky rap/rare groove club nights already running, Transmitting Live From Mars the first Wednesday of every month at Trinity College’s Buttery Bar (free admission), and DefCon every Saturday (plus Friday soon for Philly, northern and rare soul) in the basement of the Pembroke Bar off Baggot Street (£1.50), the DFC also contributing to two radio shows, Elaine Keogh’s on Horizon 94.9FM Saturday 8-10pm and David Hales’s on Radio Dublin 101FM/253AM Sunday 8-11am . . . Irish DJs, don’t forget the previously detailed first ever Irish DJ Convention is next Monday (June 18) at the Sands Hotel in Portmarnock, County Dublin, with an equipment exhibition and record fair during the day (£2 admission), followed in the evening by the seminar session, presentation of awards voted for by DJs during Simon Young’s weekend dance mix shows on 2FM (which will be broadcasting live), plus scratch mix demonstrations and PAs (£10 admission for whole event) — I’ll see you there, so make mine a Murphy’s, slainte! . . . Futureshock Promotions are following up their previous disco jaunts to Spain with a visit next Friday, June 22, to Barcelona’s 4,000 capacity club Zeleste, starring for the night London DJs Judge Jules and Steve Bicknell plus PAs by Boy George, MC Kinky of the E-ZEE Possee, and local Spanish acts — for full details of a Thursday to Sunday inclusive round trip, call Bud Nijjar on 081-533 3840 . . . DJ Morse and Nikky K start a hardbeat/techno/freestyle Go Bang! Wednesday rave this week (13) at Woodhall Country Club near Woodbridge (off the B 1083) . . . The Pure Organisation kick off a country touring Dance ’90 legal rave this Friday (15) at Tonbridge’s Angel Centre, with megawatts of sound, lighting and effects plus DJs Fabio, Trevor Fung, Colin Faver, Andy Nichols, G-Force, Grant Harper (over 18s only) — Trevor incidentally is now a consultant at Champion, assuming the mantle once worn there by his long time colleague Paul Oakenfold . . . DJs Bri. G, Rocky & Soul Pete’s latest Sweat Box night with “attitude” is at York’s Keatons in Fishergate also this Friday, when details of a Sweat Boat trip will be announced . . . Robbie Collins warns any prospective PAs (welcome on 081-506 1970) that they’d better know how to swim if they gig with him on Sunday nights around the open air swimming pool at Chigwell’s Epping Forest Country Club! . . . Old Gold in their 12 inch Gold label series have reissued back to back the bossa nova classics Astrud Gilberto ‘The Girl From Ipanema’ and Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd ‘Desafinado’ (OG 4177), nice for summer nights . . . Mike Carr has released only as an export a compilation CD of all the more mellow material by his jazz-funk group Cargo, ‘Cargo For Export Only‘ (Cargogold Productions CGCD 190), well worth finding on import for easy listening . . . Mike Stevens, now he’s no longer so closely involved with L.A. Mix, is the multi-instrumentalist behind the Cooltempo Unlimited Orchestra . . .
Reviewed by James Hamilton and Judge Jules
LL COOL J ‘To Da Break Of Dawn (Remix Version)’ (105bpm) (US Motown MOT-4729)
Remixed by producer Marley Marl and LL from the ‘House Party’ soundtrack album, which explains the temporary change of label, this funkily chugging and scratching sassy rap is rather better than much of his recent Def Jam material, flipped just by a good more sparsely syncopated Bug Out Mix (104¾bpm).
E-ZEE POSSEE ‘The Sun Machine (Master Mix)’ (116¼bpm) (More Protein PROT 412, via Virgin)
Breathily soulful MC Kinky (a girl) cooed and “na na na-na no” guys chanted (apparently borrowing from David Bowie’s ‘Memories Of A Free Festival’) breezily jiggling chugger with plenty of pop appeal, flipped by Tommy D’s more smoothly subdued Charlie Brown In-The-House and jittery Face-The-Bass Mixes.
MASSIVO featuring TRACY ‘Loving You (Summer Breeze Mix)’ (99¾bpm) (Debut DEBTXR 3097)
Not only remixed but also totally re-instrumentated by Steve Anderson, the Minnie Riperton revival now builds from piano and strings to a bassily jiggling new groove that seems pretty hot in its own right, flipped by a sweetly episodic Cascade Dub plus still the jazzily jogging instrumental ‘Half Will Do’ (95bpm).
JANET JACKSON ‘Alright (Hip Hop Mix)’ (111½bpm) (A&M USAT 693)
Already used (in different mixes) as flip to her last UK single but currently a US smash in its own right, the Heavy D guest rapped standout from Janet’s ‘Rhythm Nation 1814’ album is here now remixed by CJ Mackintosh & Dave Dorrell with a terrific jiggly tough JB groove, flipped by CJ & Dave’s less essential gradually starting then thumping ambient birds twittered so-called House Mix.
PINKY & THE RENAGADE POSSE ‘The Lap 1 LP’
JANET JACKSON ‘Alright’ (Dorrell & Mackintosh remixes)
DOUG LAZY ‘Can’t Be Held Back’
TINGO TANGO ‘It Is Jazz’
VOICE OF AFRICA ‘Hoomba Hoomba’ (95¾bpm) (Tam Tam Records TTT 027)
White labelled in two mixes ahead of June 25 release here, this moody Italian instrumental ends up as quite haunting but could so easily have been pure hokum, fading in with African drumbeats that then blend with a Soul II Soul rhythm before the mellow piano tinkled melody builds attractively through bursts of muted afro chanting, a likely crossover hit.
KING BEE ‘Back By Dope Demand’ (1st Bass RUFF 6, via Rough Trade/The Cartel)
A big dance hit in Holland, this bumpily jiggling angry rap ‘n scratch is in Straight Up (113½bpm), Funky Bass Mix (113¾bpm), and a cleanly worded Raydio Version (114bpm), all with a sitar, brass and (repeated) guitar intro that sounds like some variation on ’19th Nervous Breakdown’, flipped by the hip house ‘Feel The Flow‘ in jaunty Yellow Magic Orchestra based Club (121¾bpm) and more routinely driving Chant (121½bpm) Mixes.
JOANNA LAW ‘First Time Ever’ (US Easy Street EZS-7564)
Previously recording as City Heat, London based gentle singer Joanna and her producer brother ‘The Funky Ginger’ Simon Law (the latter now best known for Soul II Soul’s ‘A Dreams A Dream’ plus the current hits by Yazz and Rebel MC) have revived Roberta Flack’s ‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’ with superb sparse Soul II Soul-ishly jogged deadly cool style to simple acoustic piano and James Taylor’s Hammond organ, in 12″ ‘Mellow Groove’ (103¼bpm) and five more fractionally slower ‘Mellow Groove’, ‘Bumpy’ and ‘Acapella’ versions, instantly massive as an import ahead of June 25 UK release on CityBeat (CBE 1252), when it’ll be just in its 12″ ‘Mellow Groove’ (103bpm), 12″ ‘Bumpy’ (102¾bpm) and 7″ ‘Acapella’ mixes (with remixes to follow). Ironically pipped to the post, another much slower UK version of the same old song is not scheduled for release until late July,
MERCY ME ‘First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’ (82bpm) (Cooltempo COOLX 214),
pleasantly drifting (if a bit flatly sung) in 071, 081, and Pat Metheny-ish jazzy guitar doodled Vibrazone Mixes.
U.K. 1 featuring TIA & CHANTEL ‘Yeah! (Turn On The Light) (The Orr-Some Mix)’ (123½bpm) (Rumour Records RUMAT 16)
Germany based American Anglophiles whipping up a terrific smoothly churning call-and-answer girls wailed and rapped at times gospel-ish house canterer with some catchy hooks (especially a “you sure make me feel like loving you” line, more prominent than any mention of the title), remixed here by the Massivo boys with their similarly thrumming The Orr-Some Dub Mix (123bpm), plus Rick Layne’s more rawly galloping Germany issued original mix (123½bpm).
WHITE KNIGHT ‘Bomb Can U Dig It’
CONNIE LUSH ‘Given Way’
TRANSPHONIC ‘Get Down’
PUBLIC ENEMY ‘Brother’s Gonna Work It Out’
SUGAR BULLETT ‘World Peace’
MC BUZZ B ‘The Last Tree’/‘Comfort’
TAMMY PAYNE ‘Free’ (97bpm) (Bristol Baseline Productions BPM 97)
Promoed on a single-sided 10 inch (following Danny Madden’s seven inch!) ahead of release via WEA on July 2, when it’ll be flipped by the apparently jazzier uptempo ‘Push ‘Em’, this octave scaling 21 year old’s inevitably you-know-what tempo gently rolling Deniece Williams revival really is 97bpm, also its catalogue and matrix number, and was signed to the burgeoning BBP label by BBC Radio Bristol’s black music presenter Tristan Bolitho.
RICH NICE with Special Guest JEFF REDD ‘Outstanding (Extended Rich Mix)’ (102¾bpm) (US Motown MOT-4720)
Nice (which seems the appropriate word!) mumblingly rapped and moaned languid mellow jiggly rolling revival of the Gap Band’s enduring classic, just the right tempo for today again now that London’s clubs are leading the way back to the jogging grooves of the early Eighties, flipped by a more percussively drummed drier Extended Nice Mix.
MONDEÉ OLIVER ‘Newsy Neighbors’ (US Gherkin Records GKE 1060)
Soulfully doodling Jimmie Lee and Mondeé (a girl) moan and wail this deceptively fast Larry Heard & Kevin Dixon produced revival of First Choice’s 1974 oldie, in classy sparse pulsing Club Vocal (127¾bpm), joyously bounding Vamp (128-127¾bpm), and happy instrumental Riley Evans (127½-126¼bpm) Mixes, worth checking.
EN VOGUE ‘Born To Sing’ (Atlantic 7567-82084-1)
An excellent album by the girls, slinkily sinuous as one might expect, with the sweetly rolling ‘You Don’t Have To Worry’ (104½bpm), grittily chugging chatter outroed ‘Strange‘ (107bpm), current smash ‘Hold On’ (97bpm), “tick tock”-ing jiggly ‘Time Goes On‘ (108bpm), stunningly exquisite slow deep soul ‘Just Can’t Stay Away‘ (42¼bpm), equally timeless ‘Part Of Me‘ (63bpm), juddery chugging ‘Luv Lines‘ (99bpm), jerkily swaying ‘Lies‘ (99½bpm), lurching ‘Don’t Go‘ (75¾bpm), plus the short filler-like Andrews Sisters paraphrasing ‘Hip Hop Bugle Boy‘ (108bpm) and P’funky ‘Party‘ (107bpm). Closer to the classic Sixties girl groups than most, they strike me as having echoes of the Shirelles, Sweet Inspirations and others.
54-46 ‘You’ll Never Get To Heaven’ (97bpm) (Mango Street 12MNS 743, via Island)
Dionne Warwick’s 1964 (and latterly the Stylistics’ 1973) attractive Bacharach & David penned ‘You’ll Never Get To Heaven (If You Break My Heart)’ hit given guess what sort of languidly jiggling beat behind Toots Hibbert’s soulfully nagging daughter, very pleasant if not exactly startling in the face of so much that’s similar now (Instrumental/Acappella flip).
RHYTHIM IS RHYTHIM ‘The Beginning’ (129bpm) (Kool Kat KOOL T600, via Pinnacle)
The Derrick May masterminded act’s first brand new recording in almost three years (since ‘It Is What It Is’), due commercially next week, this squidgily fluttering and twittering nervy acidic electro techno instrumental builds up tension for ages before a beefier beat kicks in, flipped by the similarly acidic but perhaps easier wriggly latin percussion driven ‘Salsa Life‘ (128½bpm), and hollow washing machine-style forcefully striding ‘Drama‘ (130½bpm).
FALLOUT ‘The Morning After (1990 Remix)’ (122bpm) (US Fourth Floor Records FF-1114)
Already reissued and remixed here this year on Azuli Records, Lenny Dee & Tommy Musto’s proto-ambient instrumental from 1987 is now in new bassily throbbing and tumbling Club and more disjointedly surging Dub mixes, as flip to the electronically droning and burbling episodic ‘Altered States‘ (122bpm), likewise in Club and Dub mixes.
CAPPELLA ‘Everybody Listen To It (The Paradise Mix)’ (121½bpm) (Cygnet Records CYGT 4, via Total/BMG)
Effective enough though by now rather routine 1989 Black Box-type speedily galloping Italo house throbber with a muttering camp chap and wailing girl (Instrumental flip).
PAUL JOHNSON ‘Don’t Make Me Wait Too Long (Original Full Length Version)’ (111¼bpm) (CBS PJOHN Q9)
Pete Wingfield produced attractive gospel-ishly whinneyed remake of the Stevie Wonder penned 1980 Roberta Flack oldie, now not so much re-mixed as un-mixed in this straightforward swaying original treatment (new to us though), plus once again remixer Crypt’s previously B-sided slightly Snap-py Spiritual Mix (108¾bpm), flipped by David Morales’ drily tapping dull ‘You’re No Good (Deep House Mix)‘ (110bpm).
DA POSSE ‘Da Posse Is Large’ (RePublic Records LICLP 045, via Rough Trade)
Hula and K. Fingers produced fairly specialist sparse house album with ‘To Win Your Love’ in contrasting soulful guys moaned mildly cantering N.Y. Mix (120¼bpm) and punchier rapping swingbeat Jack Swing (112¼bpm) versions, the gently pulsing instrumental ‘In The Life (Keys Mix)‘ (120¾bpm), locomoting hi-hat hustled instrumental ‘The Groove (Bass & Treble Mix)‘ (125bpm), girls panted and gasped jazz-funky ‘Feel The Melody (Club Mix)‘ (30¼-120½bpm), friskily flying repetitive ‘I Want It (Future Mix)‘ (128½bpm), jittery pattering soulful ‘Don’t Try To Fight It (In Effect Mix)‘ (120¼bpm), and Hula mixed old fashioned jerky house ‘Searchin Hard (Aluh Mix)‘ (120½bpm).
FRESH 4 (CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO) featuring Sister Redz ‘Release Yourself’ (122¾-124¾bpm) (10 Records TENX301)
The Smith & Mighty co-produced Bristol posse return less impressively than before with a girl wailed fairly mundane ecstatically swirling spacey lightweight raver that may have a market but wastes their special talents, coupled by its beat losingly introed Dub (122¾-124bpm) and the more interesting raggamuffin guy rapped slippery scratching ‘Cuts, Scratches And All That Stuff‘ (116bpm), due June 25.
BEN LIEBRAND ‘Spanish Jam (Club Remix)’ (119bpm) (Epic LIEB T1)
Although the ‘Twilight Zone’ introed and ‘Do It Any Way You Wanna’ driven jolting Vangelis oldie adapting ‘Puls(t)ar‘ (119¾bpm) is ostensibly the hit side, it’s this snaredrum and piano driven Spanish guitar picked beefy Balearic instrumental flipside that’s causing more excitement in discerning circles.
BOBBY BROWN ‘The Freestyle Mega-Mix’ (105¾-111¾bpm) (MCA Records MCAT 1421)
Created by Ben’s sister Rita Liebrand, this neat enough if predictable rolling medley of ‘On Our Own’/’Don’t Be Cruel’/’Every Little Step’/’My Prerogative’ is flipped by the old sexually healing ‘Rock Wit’cha’ (77¼bpm) and juddery jittering ‘Girl Next Door’ (102½bpm), there being no new product to coincide with his UK visit.
BLAZE ’25 Years Later’ (Motown ZL72713)
Confusingly packaged to look like a reggae compilation, this excellent old fashioned soul pastiches filled album charted on sales rather than dancefloor reaction and although superb listening in truth is probably best for home and radio play, with the romping currently 12-inched ‘So Special’ (119½bpm), O’Jays-ish ‘Miss My Love‘ (121½bpm), T-Connection-ish ‘We All Must Live Together‘ (121¼bpm), strutting ‘You Don’t Really Love Me‘ (118½bpm), slow started Curtis Mayfield-ish ‘Get Up‘ (114¾bpm), staccato ‘Anything For Your Lovin’‘ (119½bpm), Marvin Gaye-style ‘I Wonder‘ (94bpm) and ‘Lover Man’ (33½bpm), Stevie Wonder-ish ‘All That I Should Know’ (79bpm), sombre ‘Gonna Make It Work’ (77¼bpm), acoustic piano backed dead slow ‘Missing You’ (15¾bpm).
D-SHAKE ‘Techno Trance (The Next Generation)’ (123bpm) (Cooltempo COOLXR 213)
Another mind numbingly piledriving mix (fractionally fluctuating), mainly for marketing purposes, coupled by an also new more twittery Feel The Space (123¼-122¾bpm) version plus a jerkily disjointed Orr-Some Remix of ‘Yaaah’ (123bpm).
RON TRENT ‘Altered States (Original Full Length Mix)’ (127½bpm) (US Warehouse Records WR005)
Repetitively driving ‘French Kiss’ type (though consistently tempoed) marathon 13½ minutes long synthesised instrumental with only a few variations as it progresses but plenty of hypnotic power for dedicated ravers, technically B-side to the similarly galloping but less powerful ‘The Afterlife‘ (123bpm) and more melodically washed ‘Making Love‘ (124½bpm), which does slow at the end.
M.E. FEATURING YVONE GAGE ‘Winter Days & Summer Nights’ (109¼bpm) (US Trax Records TX 196)
Quite a change of pace and approach for Chicago’s hallowed house label, this sweet girl cooed pleasant street soul-type tripping swayer was penned by M. Sanders & E. Lewis (M.E.?) but produced by Rick Barnes & Derek Brand (in Vocal, Radio, and Original Mixes).
LOUIE LOUIE ‘Sittin’ In The Lap Of Luxury’ (102bpm) (US WTG Records 41 73168)
Promoed to DJs on import in no fewer than five Shep Pettibone mixes, this ‘White Lines’-ishly bossed funkily jiggling swingbeat roller is due here in some form on Epic (655738 6).
THE CLUB CHART – June 16, 1990
01 01 THE MASTERPLAN Diana Brown & Barrie K. Sharpe, ffrr 12in
02 08 OOOPS UP/(THE OTHER MIX/INSTRUMENTAL) Snap, Arista 12in
03 10 MONIE IN THE MIDDLE (MIXES) Movie Love, Cooltempo 12in promo
04 09 HEAR THE DRUMMER (GET WICKED) (EXTENDED VERSION) Chad Jackson, Big Wave 12in
05 24 I’M STILL WAITING (PHIL CHILL 1990 REMIXES) Diana Ross, Motown 12in
06 04 MISSING YOU/TIME (UNTITLED)/PEOPLE/OUR TIME HAS NOW COME/IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT/1990 A NEW DECADE Soul II Soul, 10 Records LP
07 02 YAAAAAAAAAAH (FREESTYLE CLUB MIX)/TECHNO TRANCE (PARADISE IS NOW/REVISITED) D-Shake, Cooltempo 12in
08 23 THINKING OF YOU (MIXES) Maureen Walsh, Urban 12in
09 03 HOLD ON (EXTENDED VERSION) En Vogue, Atlantic 12in
10 16 LOVE DON’T LIVE HERE ANYMORE (CLUB MIX/INSTRUMENTAL) Double Trouble, Desire 12in pre-release
11 13 EVERYBODY EVERYBODY (LE FREAK MIX/LOVE UNLIMITED EDIT) Black Box, de/Construction Records 12in
12 05 LOVING YOU/(THE LONG HOT SUMMER MIX)Massivo featuring Tracy, Debut 12in
13 27 PARTY CHILDREN (12” MIX)/WICKED IN MOMBASSA (SUBROSA RAPSTYLE/ORIGINAL) Mark Summers, 4 + B’way 12in
14 18 FEEL THE RHYTHM (MIXES) Jazzi P, A&M 12in
15 21 HEAVEN KNOWS Cool Down Zone, 10 Records 12in
16 19 WON’T YOU SHELTER ME/(DIGITAL MIX) Circuit, Cooltempo 12in
17 11 I STILL HAVEN’T FOUND WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR (MIXES) The Chimes, CBS 12in
18 14 VENUS (THE PIANO/BONUS MIXES) Don Pablo’s Animals, Rumour Records 12in
19 06 IT’S HAPPENIN’ Plus One featuring Sirron, MCA Records 12in
20 20 TREAT ME GOOD Yazz, Big Life 12in promo
21 12 DATE WITH THE RAIN (MIXES) Jamie Principle, Atlantic 12in
22 34 DO IT, BELIEVE IT (THE NATIVE/ORGANIC/RAW/JEEP MIXES) Joey Negro, Z Records 12in
23 07 JOY AND HEARTBREAK (THE RAID/FUTURE MIXES) Movement .98 (featuring Carroll Thompson), Circa Records 12in
24 31 FEEL THE FLOW/BACK BY DOPE DEMAND (MIXES) King Bee, 1st Bass 12in
25 22 RELEASE ME (GOSPEL/TECHNO/BEATSTUMENTAL) Fatman & Stella Mae, Cue Records 12in
26 17 ONLY LOVE CAN BREAK YOUR HEART Saint Etienne, Heavenly 12in
27 30 CLOSE TO YOU (THE ROUNDHOUSE MIXES) Maxi Priest, 10 Records 12in
28 29 LOVING YOU (SUMMER BREEZE REMIX) Massivo featuring Tracy, Debut 12in
29 re GIVE IT UP (MIXES) Dr. Blackstein, Oh’Zone Records 12in
30 42 ONE DESTINATION (MIXES) Light Of The World, Cooltempo 12in pre-release
31 32 FIRST TIME EVER (MIXES) Joanna Law, US Easy Street 12in
32 26 LET THE RHYTHM HIT ‘EM (MIXES) Eric B & Rakim, US MCA Records 12in
33 — LAST NIGHT A DJ SAVED MY LIFE (THE GROOVE MIX/HOUSE MIX)/THE LAST NIGHT Coldjam featuring Grace, Italian Fun Records 12in
34 ON THE ONE (CLUB MIX/INSTRUMENTAL/7″) Glen Goldsmith, RCA 12in pre-release
35 59 ALRIGHT (HIP HOP MIX) Janet Jackson, A&M 12in pre-release
36 — FREE Tammy Payne, Bristol Baseline Productions 12in promo
37 PURE (PURE ENERGY/JOURNEY MIX/BEAUTIFUL MIX) G.T.O., Dutch Go Bang! Records 12in
38 85 WON’T STOP LOVING YOU (NORMAN COOK/BERNARD SUMNER REMIXES) A Certain Ratio, A&M 12in
39 re NAKED IN THE RAIN (MIXES) Blue Pearl, W.A.U! Mr. Modo Recordings/Big Life 12in
40 50 HOOMBA HOOMBA (MIXES) Voice Of Africa, Italian DiscoMagic 12in/Tam Tam records white label
41 67 CAN’T STOP LOVING YOU (MIXES) Richard Rogers, BCM Records 12in
42 — I LOVE MUSIC (SLAMMING LARGE MIX/JAMMING MIX/INSTRUMENTAL) Darryl Pandy, Eternal 12in pre-release
43 — BEEF (THE FUTURE MIX) Gary Clail On-U Sound System, Perfecto Records 12in mailing list promo
44 51 PIANONEGRO (MIXES) Pianonegro, Italian Dance-World Attack 12in
45 55 FLOATATION (SUBSONIC GRID/SONIC SWING MIXES) The Grid, eastwest 12in pre-release
46 — TAKE ME (CLIFTON MIX/INSTRUMENTAL) E.B.T.G. (Everything But The Girl), blanco y negro 12in pre-release
47 46 EVERYTHING (KICKIN’/MELTDOWN/ORIGINAL 7″ MIXES) Kicking Back with Taxman, 10 Records 12in
48 89 THE NIGGA YA LOVE TO HATE/ROLLIN’ WIT THE LENCH MOB/ENDANGERED SPECIES Ice Cube, US Priority Records LP
49 93 AFFECTION/THIS TIME (FULL LENGTH MIX) Liaz, Kool Kat/Big Life 12in
50 83 SITTIN’ IN THE LAP OF LUXURY (SHEP’S MIXES) Louie Louie, US WTG Records 12in promo
51 — WHITE LINES (BEN LIEBRAND FREESTYLE REMIX/EDIT/ORIGINAL LONG VERSION) Grandmaster Melle Mel & The Furious Five, SugarHill Records 12in promo
52 52 RELEASE YOURSELF Fresh 4 (Children Of The Ghetto) featuring Sister Redz, 10 Records 12in pre-release
53 39 GOOD LOVE (EXTENDED HYPE CLUB) Klymaxx, MCA Records 12in
54 62 KEEP ON PUMPIN’ IT UP Freestyle Orchestra featuring D’borah, SBK.One 12in pre-release
55 47 OAKLAND STROKE (BRIXTON BASS/UPSO MIXES) Tony! Toni! Toné!, Wing Records 12in pre-release
56 82 FACTS OF LIFE Danny Madden, Eternal 12in promo
57 re MERCY MERCY ME (THE ECOLOGY) (VERSIONS) Milira, Motown 12in
58 81 CLOUD 8 (PAUL OAKENFOLD’S RAID/FUTURE MIXES) Frazier Chorus Virgin 12in
59 43 REBEL MUSIC (REBEL-ISM/THE ARTICLE MIXES) Rebel MC, Desire 12in
60 96 DON’T MAKE ME WAIT/STAY/STRONGER TOGETHER/HEAVEN/TRUE LOVE/UNDERESTIMATE/1-2-3 The Chimes, CBS LP
61 — WINTER DAYS & SUMMER NIGHTS (MIXES) M.E. featuring Yvone Gage, US Trax Records 12in
62 53 DOIN’ THE DO (KING JOHN MIX) Betty Boo, Rhythm King 12in
63 36 SWEET DREAMS (NIGHTMARE MIX) Angel, RCA 12in
64 76 SO SPECIAL/MISS MY LOVE/WE ALL MUST LIVE TOGETHER Blaze, Motown LP
65 — LET THE WARRIORS DANCE-ALL WRAPPED UP REMIX (LYRICAL LICKING/WARRIOR WORKOUT/DRUM & SPACE/PIRATE ACID MIXES) Addis Posse, Warriors Dance 12in
66 49 TECHNO TRANCE (THE NEXT GENERATION/FEEL THE SPACE)/YAAH (THE ORR-SOME REMIX) D-Shake, Cooltempo 12in
67 45 DON’T PLAY ME RAW (MIXES) Ecstasy, US Sleeping Bag Records 12in
68 re LIVE THE DREAM (MIXES) Dream Frequency, CityBeat 12in
69 re LET THE MUSIC PLAY (MIXES) Georgia Jones, Mercury 12in
70 — THE BEGINNING/SALSA LIFE/DRAMA Rhythim Is Rhythim, Kool Kat 12in pre-release
71 — 2 MUCH (PHUTURE WORLD/WEST COAST MIXES) Paradise 10, W.A.U! Mr. Modo Recordings 12in
72 — FREEDOM (MIXES) Jocelyn Brown, white label 12in mailing list promo
73 88 YOU DON’T HAVE TO WORRY/STRANGE/TIME GOES ON En Vogue, Atlantic LP
74 re POISON (MIXES) Bel Biv Devoe, MCA Records 12in
75 — TO DA BREAK OF DAWN (REMIX VERSION/BUG OUT MIX) LL Cool J, US Motown 12in
76 48 THE SUN MACHINE (MASTER/CHARLIE BROWN IN-THE-HOUSE/FACE-THE-BASS MIXES) E-ZEE Possee, More Protein 12in promo
77 — SILENT VOICE/INSTRUMENTAL Innocence, Cooltempo 12in pre-release
78 91 DID YOU FIND A HEART (MIXES) Destry, Desire 12in
79 re PEACE AND HARMONY (ITALO’S GRAND FINALE) Brothers In Rhythm, 4th + B’way 12in
80 35 DON’T LEAVE ME (I’M WITH U) Natural Experience (‘Going Back To Basics! Volume 1’), The Brothers Organisation 12in
81 — I’M HIP (THE HIP HOPPERS) (MIXES)/THE GANGSTA’ LEAN (MIXES) Many Fazes, ffrr 12in pre-release
82 37 OPEN UP YOUR MIND (UPSO/BRIXTON BASS MIXES) MC Mell’o’, RePublic Records 12in
83 58 COME AND GET YOUR LOVIN’ (REMIXES) Jeff Redd, MCA Records 12in
84 — THE WHOLE OF THE MOON (APOLLO 11 STAGE ONE/TWO)/EEE-ZZZ-BOO-GIE-RED-EEE-MIX/EEE-ZZZ-BOO-GIE-TED-EEE-MIX Little Caesar, A.1. Records 12in
85 70 LA PASSIONARA/IF YOU LOVE SOMEBODY The Blow Monkeys, RCA 12in EP
86 — THE MORNING AFTER 1990 REMIX/ALTERED STATES (MIXES) Fallout, US Fourth Floor Records 12in
87 79 YEAH! (TURN ON THE LIGHT) (THE ORR-SOME MIX) U.K. 1 featuring Tia & Chantel, Rumour Records 12in
88 — GIRL TO GIRL (EXTENDED MIX/INSTRUMENTAL)/49ERS MEGAMIX (EXTENDED VERSION) 49ers, 4th + B’way 12in
89 95 THE MASTERPLAN (AMERICAN 12″/GROUND BEAT MIXES) Diana Brown & Barrie K. Sharpe, ffrr 12in
90 — FREE EXPRESSION (MIXES) Boom Club, Black Market/Big Life 12in mailing list promo
91 84 THE FREESTYLE MEGA-MIX Bobby Brown, MCA Records 12in
92 75 DREAM COME TRUE/SHAKEDOWN The Brand New Heavies, Acid Jazz LP
93 77 IF U KEEP IT UP/(IF U DRUM IT MIX) Liz Torres, Jive 12in pre-release
94 — LFO/TRACK 4 LFO (Low Frequency Oscillation), W.A.R.P. Records 12in promo
95 — SEARCHIN’/RESCUE ME (CITY LIGHTS)/MAGIC/EASY LIFE/RUNAWAY Cabaret Voltaire (‘Groovy, Laidback And Nasty’ EP), Parlophone 12in
96 — NEWSY NEIGHBORS (CLUB VOCAL/VAMP MIX/RILEY EVANS MIX) Mondeé Oliver, US Gherkin Records 12in
97 61 NOTHING COMPARES 2 U (DOVE MIX) MXM, Italian BHF Production 12in
98 — LOVE MACHINE/MOVE ON/SUENO STATE/NON STOP Mind Of Kane (‘The Mind EP’) Déjà vu, 12in white label
99 73 DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME/(DUB VERSION) Kaotic Stylin, US Ray Ray Records 12in
100= — EVERYTHING (LONG/MELTDOWN/KICKIN’ MIXES) Kicking Back with Taxman, 10 Records 12in promo
100= re ALTERED STATES/THE AFTERLIFE/MAKING LOVE Ron Trent, US Warehouse Records 12in
100= 74 THE WARMING/THE FINAL FRONTIER (MIXES) Logic, US Strictly Rhythm 12in