March 30, 1991: Addams And Gee, Way To Go, Rappin’ Is Fundamental, Alexander O’Neal, Ceybil


FRANKIE KNUCKLES and David Morales apparently got back together specially just to create the remixes of Alison Limerick’s ‘Where Love Lives (Come On In)’ . . .True Faith With Final Cut’s positively final UK remix, ‘Take Me Away (Take Me Beyond Mix)’, slots Bridgett Grace’s a cappella over Rhythim Is Rhythim’s strangely phasing and scuffling ‘Beyond The Dance’ (with permission from Derrick May) . . . RePublic Records are setting up their own DJ mailing list, with room for just a few more on top: contact Gerry O on 071-837 2322 . . . ZYX Records are likewise developing a UK DJ mailing list: contact Alex Gold on 081-902 6398 . . . Nina Walsh is updating her alternative dance music DJ mailing list at London Records/ffrr, Chancellors House, Chancellors Road, London W6 9SG . . . Omen Recordings have picked up Hibrid’s ‘Twisted Tambourine’, two new versions being due as coupling for two fresh mixes of ‘Floorquake’, the latter originally having been on the label’s The Born EP’ promo twinpack credited to Doo Lally ‘D’, basically the same act under another name . . . Patti Day’s current UK club tour to promote ‘Drive Me’ is being accompanied by the chance to win a 1966 red convertible Ford Mustang worth £25,000, on view at her different venues, including Welling’s The Station and Uxbridge’s Regals (Thursday 28), Romford’s Hollywoods and Enfield’s The Palladium (Friday 29), Walton On Thames’s Elmbridge Leisure Centre, Deptford’s Champs, Central London’s Busbys and Astoria (Saturday 30) and dates in Scotland to come . . . Free The Soul, a new monthly soul-swing-ragga-rap night, starts this Wednesday (27) at Soho’s Jacquelines (corner of Wardour and Oxford Streets), with Taz Jay presenting DJ Haitch, George Kay, Bobby Gee, Prince Jammer, DJ Pino and Tony ‘Mix It Up’ Tee (no jeans or trainers) . . . Superstition, a “legal rave”, returns to the site of its Christmas Eve success for an Easter party this Thursday (28) at Westbourne Park’s Woody’s in Woodfield Road, with house DJs Noel Watson, Rhythm Doctor, Phil Asher, Ben (Groove) and Nick T upstairs, funk jocks Brian Norman, Stix and guests downstairs . . . Thursday also finds Mad Max and Ray Lock plus guests starting weekly Stress house-type nights at Norbury’s Enigma (side of Central Park, the old Metropolis), while the same duo this Saturday, and then the last Saturday of every month, launch a Mad-Lock Party at Lingfield’s Wire Mill, north of East Grinstead and Ray alone gets smart and trendy every Friday for The Gas Club at Soho’s Gass in Whitcomb Street, west of Leicester Square . . . Saturday (30) sees N-Joi hitting the weekly Ark night (no dress code for this one) at Southend On Sea’s Mr B’s, and Incognito appearing at Glasgow’s The Tunnel . . . Wally Badarou’s classic 1985 jazz-funk instrumental ‘Chief Inspector’ was — like its similar contemporary, Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly’s ‘Twilight’ — a very influential and much sampled groove in its day, now jaunty enough to really get under the skin if it’s given a good chance this time, in Nomad Soul’s new mixes . . . Last week’s Record Mirror Single Of The Week, Gary Clail On-U Sound System’s ‘Human Nature (On The Mix)‘, is 110bpm, while ‘Rumours‘ is 90bpm . . . Michael ‘DJ Mike’ Mason in fact produced ‘Your Love Never Fails’ by Agapé Sounds featuring Richie Weeks . . . Femi Fem’s remixes of Wop Bop Torledo’s ‘Kissaway’ are 89bpm . . . AS IT GROOVES!

This week’s new club promos and remixes reviewed by New York’s DJ Moneypenny and James Hamilton

VOODOO CHILD ‘Permanent Green’ / ‘M4
THE BASEMENT BOYS/THOSE GUYS ‘Tonight’ (Reverse Remix/Original Colored Girls Mix)
REESE ‘Bassline’ / ‘Funky Funk Funk
MK ‘Get It Right’ / ‘Feel The Fire
UNDERGROUND RESISTANCE Waveform EP: ‘Adrenalin’ / ‘Quadrosonic’ / ‘Back Road To Nirvana
TRANSPHONIC Club Tools EP: ‘Every Day Of My Life’ / ‘Goddamn’ / ‘Incidental Meditation’ / ‘Bopa Loobop
Z-FORMATION Intense EP: ‘Beyond The Bounds’ / ‘Deep Meditation
STREETSIDE BOYZ ‘Do It To The Music’ / ‘Clap Your Hands
INTELLECTUAL HARMONIOUS SANCTION ‘Influencia’ / ‘Drift & Dream’ / ‘Save The Whales’ / ‘Protagonistic Cry
BLACK ORCHID ‘Techno Dreams’ (Dream Mix/Industrial Techno Mix) / ‘Baby Baby
THE RHYTHM FACTOR ‘Phase 1’ / ‘Lose Control
STATIC ‘The Native Dance’ / ‘Touch Me Baby

ADDAMS AND GEE ‘Chung Kuo (Revisited)’ (102¼bpm) (Debut Records DEBTX 3108, via Pinnacle)
Without even so much as a matrix number to give any clues on its promoed white label, this, in fact, London DJs Nick Addams & Mike Gee created potentially smashbound if clichéd concoction runs — yawn, yawn (but it really works well!) — the funky drummer “rhythm” behind the hauntingly familiar melody from Vangelis’ ‘Chung Kuo‘ (you might not previously have known its name although you’ll recognise the tune immediately), flipped by the ’70s snippets-plundering tranquil tinkly trotting ‘Bless The Funk‘ (115bpm).

WAY TO GO ‘Fever’ (99½bpm) (US Tommy Boy TB 958)
Although out first in the States, this surging UK soul loper is a Chris Paul produced creation by nervily anguished South Harrow singer Robbie Chandler, in walking bass thumped and hi-hat chattered Radio Edit and Extended Version, or Justin Strauss’ tubular bells and piano punctuated cleaner more jittery but also more calmly rolling Remix, Remix Edit, and Version. From the way it’s printed, you are likely to think that the title is ‘Way To Go’ by Fever, right up until you hear the actual lyric!

RAPPIN’ IS FUNDAMENTAL ‘Rapping Is Fundamental’ (A&M/PM AMY 751)
Driven by a terrifically frisky sparse bluesy funk groove with good humoured backing harmonies reminiscent of ’60s soul if not ’50s doo-wop, and indeed called by them ‘doo-hop’, New York rappers Anthony (AB Money$) Mosley, Osten (Easy Mo Bee) Harvey and Darren (JR) Strand’s daisy age chugger is here in DJ Streets Ahead’s Brighton Daze and Ubiquity 12″ Remixes (109bpm), flipped more authentically by Easy Mo Bee’s Extended Remix and Radio Mix (108¾bpm) — such good fun it should be a smash, if there’s any justice.

ALEXANDER O’NEAL ‘What Is This Thing Called Love?’ (Tabu 656731 6)
The ‘All True Man’ album’s standout, a lush strings swirled creamy soul loper on a par with some of the fat man’s earlier classics like ‘What’s Missing’, is unremixed in its Album Version (113¾bpm), flipped by the old ‘All Mixed Up’ album’s Louis Silas Jr remixed chuggingly rolling Extended Version of ‘The Lovers’ (105¼bpm) and 1985’s debut album culled dreamily weaving ‘If You Were Here Tonight’ (81¼bpm), this initial pressing (intended just to get the ball rolling) having however been superseded by a separate brand new 1 World created more beefily rhythmic ’70s style cantering The One World Club Remix (113½bpm) (656731 8), flipped by their piano jangled and drumkit shuffled vocal The One World Club Dub, apparently behind which the main push is being put now.

CEYBIL ‘Love So Special (The Steve Anderson Total Revamp)’ (123bpm) (Atlantic A7721T)
Unrecognisable as nasally wailing Sybil Jeffries’ terrific little rollicking r’n’b jumper, this now plonking piano started and 70s Philly-style strings overdubbed briskly galloping UK remix sounds like almost any house record — or, admittedly, maybe a Marshall Jefferson produced one! — with nothing distinctive left of its own, but thankfully is flipped by Tony Humphries’ madly jaunty “spec-special” repeating guy and piping organ chords prodded Original Underground Club Mix (121¾bpm), promoed last autumn. As the original wasn’t a hit here when out before Christmas, maybe such a drastic total revamp (very clever in itself) is necessary to try and get a hit at any cost, but is it really any way to treat a lady?

S.I.N. featuring CLAUDJA BARRY ‘Good Time’ (Pulse-8 Records 12 LOSE 5, via Total/BMG)
A floorfiller in US clubs, which isn’t surprising, this monotonously jaunty bass thrummed and piano vamped cantering minimalist 7:43 minute German disco groove reduces American born glamorous Claudja (long a Eurobeat/Hi-NRG star) chiefly to wailing “let’s have a party” —with a slightly expanded lyric as it eventually progresses — while guys chant “put your hands together” and an unidentified chap raps briefly halfway through its Party Mix (120bpm), flipped by a fully vocal more beefily bounding shorter Original Mix (120¼bpm) and its similarly rumpy pumpy Prime Dub, out next week.

SHADES OF RHYTHM ‘Sweet Sensation’ (120bpm) (ZTT ZANG18T, via wea)
With a repeatedly sampled female title line, the Peterborough posse’s ‘The Power’-bells jiggled and stratospheric synth chorded simple episodically chugging raver is in an Extended Mix flipped by its sparser less intense vamping piano dominated Original, plus the strange stark jittery percappella style guy sung-rapped ‘Lies‘ (112bpm), or due separately in a Judge Jules remixed “boop boop boom” repeating jerkily jangled Italo-style Buster’s Sweet Salsa Mix (124bpm) (ZANG 18TX) flipped by a less drastic sparsely cantering Mr Clubman’s Mix (119¾bpm) plus the synthetic strings swamped 1986 house style instrumental ‘Everybody‘ (119½bpm).

ZONE ‘Don’t You Want Some More (Remix)’ (119½bpm) (Pro-One Records PRONE 1TR, via Pacific)
With a repetitively stuttered “Don’t you want, don’t you want, d-don’t you want, don’t you want some more?” title fine in just its also piano plonked lightly cantering Original Mix, this at times flute tootled jiggly percussive instrumental rattler has different bleepily synthed and poo-pooing syndrum punctuated throbbing Raid, Club and Breakdown Mixes.

LOOSE ENDS ‘Cheap Talk (Extended Version)’ (102½bpm) (Ten Records TENX 344)
Carl McIntosh’s repetitively rambling jiggly gentle burbler is prodded by a dry “do it” comment and some James Brown yelps, but despite an early ’70s Marvin Gaye vocal flavour is more of a (satisfying) groove than a song and so probably won’t mean much as a pop hit, well flipped though by the bassily rumbling fluttery funky drummer shuffled ‘Let The Vibes Flow Through (Instrumental)‘ (102¼bpm), and also instrumental excellent fluid sax honked and guitar plinked ‘Love’s Got Me (Morales Jazz Mix)‘ (103¾bpm). Meanwhile, a separate jerky “goes round and round” stuttering ‘Cheap Talk (Twilight Mix)‘ (102½bpm) (TENR 344) merely gives it a bumpier groove with even less song, flipped also by the Twilight Firm’s starker Twilight Bad Boy Mix (102¼bpm) plus the above ‘Let The Vibes…’.

PATTI DAY ‘Drive Me’ (Starway Records, Inc SWR1T, via BMG)
Originally created by Michael Zager although totally remixed by Mark Liggett & Chris Barbosa, this sounds like a US aimed cross between Shannon and Janet Jackson in the only version that’s an actual song, its revving introed then hollow bashing plaintive squeaky vocal Urban Mix (115¾bpm), buried on the B-side and very different from its other rambling dubwise treatments, the A-side’s thumped and pshta pshta-ed striding sometimes twittery episodic [the remainder of this review was not printed]

SHA SHA ‘Bad Attitude’ (Jive JIVE T 268)
By a sweetly cooing 18-years-old girl from Handsworth with both gospel grounding and reggae roots, this twiddly diddly General Saint ragga punctuated slinkily rolling street soul swayer was promoed as a 33⅓rpm five tracker in steadily throbbing Ruff ‘N’ Tuff Mix (103½bpm), toasting DJ Mutley punctuated chunkier lurching Original Midnight Version (101¼bpm), totally Mutley toasted Bad Ragga Mix (100¼bpm), quavery pulsing dubwise Life And Time Mix (101bpm), and an Acappella Mix, though the current commercial pressing has a flip called ‘Simply Rhythm’.

FRANSCHENE ‘Go Sister’ (Omen ZT 44348)
Not as initially white labelled, the commercial pressing of this Betty Boo-ish Manchester girl’s rap has ended up with its funk riffs and “go sister, soul sister” chants driven 12″ Mix (123½bpm), a new jittery scratching frenetic ‘Not Half Baked’ instrumental (124bpm), plus the original promo’s reggae and ‘Al-Naafiysh’ combining Hip Hop Mix — now retitled as ‘Go Sista (12″ Vocal Mix)’ (124bpm) — and ‘Ruff Stuff (PSV Raga Mix)’ (101½bpm), while yet another Remix (ZT 44352) has the original promo’s CB200 toasted Ragga Style ‘Go Sista (J.F.X. Mix)‘ (124bpm), a new jiggly rapped ‘Go Sista (Hip Hop Mix)’ (124¼bpm) and 12″ Mix adapting brassy funk ‘Go Sister (Moonraker Mix)’ (124bpm), plus the originally promoed sparse ‘Ruff Stuff (First Time Remix)’ (101 bpm). Marketing, don’tcha just love it?!

T.W.P. ‘Time’ (119bpm) (4AD TWP 1)
Promoed in two treatments, this eerie effects and ominous chords punctuated but otherwise quite cheerful lightweight canterer (not really a bleeper) is largely instrumental with some deadpan Pet Shop Boys-type muttering in the middle and at the end, flipped by the more sparsely throbbing dubwise ‘Dark Time‘ (119¼bpm), plus an unheard additional ‘Timeless’ version when out commercially on April 2 (4AD BAD 1003, via Rough Trade).

1 WORLD ‘Come Into My Heart’ (ffrr FX 154)
As initially promoed (at 33⅓rpm), this mournful girl crooned gently wukka-wukked shuffling Soul II Soul-ish lush swayer was in group members Tim Lever & Mike Percy’s own slow starting Barry White strings accented Extended Club Mix (96¾bpm), plus Bristol based The Prophet’s hollow ‘drain’ bonged The Prophet Mix (98¾bpm) and jerky stark Nude Dub Mix (97¼bpm), flipped by Terry Farley & Pete Heller’s quietly burbling pshta pshta-ed reggae-ish The Loved-Up Mix (96¾bpm), more subdued Extended Club Mix-like classy tinkling The Viva Mix (98bpm), and chunkier The M40 Mix (98bpm), only some of which will have been on the first commercial pressing because now out as a separate remix are the above very fractionally slower The Viva Mix (FXR 154), The M40 Mix and Nude Dub Mix.

THE CLUB CHART – March 30, 1991

01 01 ALRIGHT (ORIGINAL MIX) Urban Soul, Cooltempo 12in
02 02 HUMAN NATURE (ON THE MIX) Gary Clail On-U Sound System, Perfecto 12in
03 03 RING MY BELL (TOUCHDOWN MIX) Monie Love vs Adeva, Cooltempo 12in
04 04 TAKE ME AWAY (PINNED UP MIX) True Faith featuring Bridgette Grace with Final Cut, Network 12in
05 12 I’M ALRIGHT (EXTENDED MIX) Katherine E, Dead Dead Good 12in promo
06 34 FAITH (IN THE POWER OF LOVE) Rozala, Pulse-8 12in white label
08 09 HERE WE GO (REMIXES) C&C Music Factory, Columbia 12in
09 42 ONE WAY ONLY (R.U.D.E. VOCAL MIX) Synergy, Dedicated 12in promo
10 26 SWEET SENSATION (EXTENDED MIX) Shades Of Rhythm, ZTT 12in promo
11 06 APPARENTLY NOTHIN’ Young Disciples, Talkin Loud 12in
12 17 PLAYING WITH KNIVES Bizarre Inc., Vinyl Solution 12in
13 21 SUCH A GOOD FEELING (INSPIRATIONAL DELIGHT MIX) Brothers In Rhythm, 4th & B’way 12in
14 — ANTHEM (THE ORIGINAL MIX)/(MAFIA MIX) N-Joi, deConstruction 12in promo
15 32 FOOTSTEPS FOLLOWING ME/(SOLE MIX)/(LACE UP MIX) Frances Nero, Debut 12in promo
16 19 REMEMBER THE DAY (FINAL MIX) Innocence, Cooltempo 12in
17 15 MOVE YOUR BODY (ELEVATION) Xpansions, Optimism 12in
18 08 (I WANNA GIVE YOU) DEVOTION Nomad featuring MC Mikee Freedom, Rumour 12in
19 27 FIND ‘EM FOOL ‘EM FORGET ‘EM/I LIKE IT S’Express, Rhythm King 12in promo
20 23 LOST IN MUSIC (ULTIMATUM REMIX) Stereo MC’s, 4th & B’way 12in
21 07 SAME SONG (MIXES) Digital Underground, Big Life 12in
22 20 YOU USED TO SALSA Richie Rich’s Salsa House, ffrr 12in
23 11 THE WICKEDEST SOUND (DON GORGON MIX) Rebel MC (featuring Tenor Fly), Desire 12in promo
24 16 GOT YOU WHERE I WANT (501 MIX) Marva Hicks, Wing 12in promo
25 31 GIVE ME (MIXES) Greed, D-Zone 12in
26 75 STRIKE IT UP (DJ LELEWEL MIX) Black Box, deConstruction 12in
27 55 HYPERREAL (WILLIAM ORBIT MIX) The Shamen, One Little Indian 12in promo
28 13 YOU GOT THE LOVE (MIXES) The Source Featuring Candi Staton, Truelove 12in
29 18 LOVE THE LIFE (GUARANA DJ VERSION) James Taylor Quartet, Urban 12in
30 67 I LEFT MY WALLET IN EL SEGUNDO (VAMPIRE MIX) A Tribe Called Quest, Jive 12in promo
31 — HYPNOTIC/YU YU (FTD MIX) Hypnotone, Creation 12in promo
32 28 IT’S TOO LATE Quartz introducing Dina Carroll, Mercury 12in
33 49 DEEP IN MY HEART (EXTENDED MIX) Clubhouse, ffrr 12in promo
34 53 SHE’S A WOMAN Scritti Politti & Shabba Ranks, Virgin 12in
35 14 THINK ABOUT… D.H. featuring Stefy, RCA 12in
36 29 LOVE OR NOTHING (MIXES) Diana Brown & Barrie K. Sharpe, ffrr 12in
37 — SO GROOVY/THIS JAZZ IS NEW Wendell Williams, deConstruction 12in
38 39 DON’T GO MESSIN’ WITH MY HEART (ALBUM VERSION) Mantronix, Capitol 12in
39 59 OUT THERE Friends Of Matthew, Pulse-8 12in promo
40 36 HOLD YOU TIGHT Tara Kemp, US Big Beat 12in
41 25 MY LOVE (ATMOSPHERA MIX) Collapse, Citybeat 12in
42 45 GOO GOO BARABAJAGAL (THE RONIN BOOM TENG) The Love-In, From A Whisper To A Scream 12in promo
43 100 FACES (RADIO VERSION)/BACK FROM HELL (REMIX) Run D.M.C., Profile 12in promo
46 35 DADDY’S LITTLE GIRL (MAIN MIX) Nikki D, Def Jam 12in promo
47 88 PROBLEM SOLVED (WAY BEYOND DUB)/I00% TOTAL SUCCESS Moodswings, 12in white label
48 50 HOLD ME (VOCAL CLUB MIX) Velvet, Tam Tam 12in
49 54 H.O.U.S.E. (THE REMODELLED REMIX), Doug Lazy Atlantic 12in promo
50 — SEASONS OF LOVE (MIXES) Keith Nunnally, US Giant 12in
51 — JUST A GROOVE Nomad, Rumour 12in promo
52 30 ADRENALIN/THE KRAKEN N-Joi, deConstruction 12in
53 41 THE WORLD IS A GHETTO (MIXES) Will Downing, 4th & B’way 12in
54 10 THROUGH Victoria Wilson James, Epic 12in
55 77 TEMPERATURE RISING P.K.A., Stress 12in promo
57 63 GIVE ME SOME LOVE (MIXES) Love Corporation, Creation 12in white label
58 37 I’M READY Caveman, Profile 12in
59 86 GOOD TIME S.I.N. featuring Claudja Barry, Pulse-8 12in white label
60 58 HOUSE FLY Tricky Disco, WARP 12in promo
62 — ANOTHER SLEEPLESS NIGHT (CLASSIC MIX) Shawn Christopher, Arista 12in promo
63 — COME FLY WITH ME (FLY HIGH MIX) DJ Pierre featuring Phantasia, Jive Chicago 12in promo
64 48 QUADROPHONIA Quadrophonia, Dutch Streetbeats 12in
65 90 BARABAJAGAL (LOVE IS HOT) P.U.M.P. (Purple Under Melted Pink), Ultimate 12in promo
66 89 THANX 4 THE FUNK (MIXES) The Boys, Motown 12in white label
67 38 TELL ME THAT YOU’LL WAIT Culture Beat featuring Lana E & Jay Supreme, Epic 12in
68 47 WEEKEND (CLUB MIX) Dick Low, Spirit 12in
69 76 WIPE THE NEEDLE (MIXES) The Ragga Twins, Shut Up And Dance 12in promo
70 83 INSIDE LIFE Incognito, Talkin Loud 12in
72 — I WANT TO KNOW (THE ONE MIX) A Man Called Adam, Big Life 12in promo
74 57 BACK BY DOPE DEMAND (FUNKY BASS MIX) King Bee, First Bass 12in
75 79 WEAR YOUR LOVE LIKE HEAVEN (ULTIMATUM MIX) Definition Of Sound, Circa 12in
76 71 COME ALIVE Orchestra JB, Rumour 12in promo
77 44 TALK MUCH (BLIND MICE MIX) Temper Temper, Ten 12in
78 93 DRIVE ME (HOUSE REMIX) Patti Day, Starway 12in
79 100 TRAVELS IN HYPER REALITY Band Of Gypsies, Pulse-8 12in white label
80 — GET IT TOGETHER (12-inch) Redhead Kingpin and The FBI, Ten 12in promo
81 70 CHUNG KUO (REVISITED) Addams & Gee, 12in white label
82 99 WHERE LOVE LIVES (MIXES) Alison Limerick, Arista 12in
83 64 POSSESSED Awesome 3, A&M 12in
84 22 LOVE IS THE MESSAGE (LOVE LOVE LOVE MIX) Love Inc. featuring MC Noise, Love 12in
85 re T.I.M.E. TWP, 4AD 12in promo
86 43 MAINLINE (CHEP’S MIX) Tribal House, Cooltempo 12in
87 52 TILL WE MEET AGAIN Inner City, Ten 12in
88 69 GOD IS IN THE HOUSE (FREE TIBET MIX) Rumbledub, ffrr 12in
89 40 GIVE ME LOVE/EROTIC ANIMALS Ben Chapman, deConstruction 12in
90 56 LOOSE FIT Happy Mondays, Factory 12in
91 24 MOVE (DANCE ALL NIGHT) (SLAMMIN’ 12-inch) Slam Slam, MCA 12in
92 — LIFE AND DEATH (MIXES) World Of Twist, Circa 12in promo
93 — COCAINE (THIS HAS TO BE STOPPED) Dino Lenny, Italian Flying 12in
94 — I GOT TO HAVE IT (CLEAN VERSION) Ed O.G. & Da Bulldogs, PWL/Polydor 12in
95 — NIGHT IN ACTION The Beatmasters, Rhythm King 12in promo
96 re CHEAP TALK (MIXES) Loose Ends, Ten 12in
97 60 RAPPING IS FUNDAMENTAL (BRIGHTON DAZE 12″ REMIX) Rappin’ Is Fundamental, A&M PM 12in promo
98 — LET’S GET DOWN (EXTENDED MIX) Mechanix Enterprise, Citybeat 12in promo
99 65 NASTY RHYTHM (PICA REMIX) Creative Thieves, Stress 12in white label
100= — GETTIN’ OUT S.L.D., Italian Mighty Quinn 12in
100= — GET WISE (FOUNDATION MIX) Rodeo Jones, A&M PM 12in promo

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