Five Studio First for tonight (+1)

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Five Studio First for tonight (+1)

Postby tim p » Tue Dec 21, 2004 12:09 am

Five from Studio One for tonite (plus a bonus?)

Sweet You Can Sour You - Freddie McKay (Festival 71)
The vocal follows pretty much the same pattern as Picture On The Wall - rhythm is classic Soul Defenders stuff.

Selection Train - Selected Few (UK Banana)
One of the most haunting records ever made - sublime.

Everybody's Talking - Leroy Sibbles (blank)
Midnight Cowboy special!

How Can I Trust You - The Cables (UK Bamboo)
Not their biggest hit but wicked harnmonies all the same.

The Cooler - The Wriggles (UK Giant)
Rocksteady oneupmanship."You say you are the ruler...I am the cooler"

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straying from Studio One
All Of My Life AKA Reap What You So - Peter Austin (blank)
Ex Clarendonian and a massively underated singer. RKR can't decide if this is a Hudson or Prince Far I production so lists it twice. Matrix is MW so I guess Far I is correct. Great tune which ever way.
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Postby so nice » Tue Dec 21, 2004 12:13 am

aces tim.

i recently got a copy of "selection train" only mine is on money disc... will be one of my own aces for time.
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Postby Dadi Digi » Tue Dec 21, 2004 11:59 am

Never heard any of them Tim but I take your word.
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Postby tim p » Tue Dec 21, 2004 12:47 pm

Selection Train is reasonably well known Digi otherwise you may know it from the (not very good) DJ cut from Carey Johnson - Correction Train??

Anyway I may do a quick audio with these on later - can you listen to stuff on your PC?
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Postby Dadi Digi » Tue Dec 21, 2004 1:24 pm

If mailed to me Tim, damn firewall in here restricts my online listening.
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Postby tim p » Tue Dec 21, 2004 11:17 pm

Here you go http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/temp/211204.mp3

Sweet You Can Sour You - Freddie McKay
Selection Train - Selected Few
Everybody's Talking/Version - Leroy Sibbles
How Can I Trust You - The Cables
The Cooler - The Wriggles
All Of My Life - Peter Austin

I could email this digi but it's a big file - nearly 15mb. Let me know anyway.
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Postby englishpound » Wed Dec 22, 2004 2:53 am

Nice set Tim P...I had a question regarding Selection Train...I too have the money disc press which doesn't include the version ( it has an instrumental by Roland Alphonso "Psycho Rythmic"). Does the UK Banana press include the version on side B? Respect.
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Postby JV » Wed Dec 22, 2004 6:49 am

Yes, version included on Banana. Although it's a typical Studio One version - only difference to the A side is that it has got less vocals on it.
Very very Wailing Souls-like track. Wonderful tune.
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Postby tim p » Wed Dec 22, 2004 9:34 am

As Juha says the flip is a straight rhythm track...I was going to include it but to be frank it doesn't do anything so is a little dull. It's a real shame as the only other version of this tune seems to be the Carey Johnson DJ cut, which as I said before is weak in comparison.

I had to include the version of Everybody's Talking though...gotta love the clumsy but very effective way the vocal is dropped in and out of the mix.
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Postby Dadi Digi » Wed Dec 22, 2004 10:15 am

Excellent Tim, love that Cables track

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Postby Moses » Wed Dec 22, 2004 10:53 am

Nice Tim!

Love this early reggae~

Isn't the Sibbles track called Echoes of my Mind? A sixties cover - grrr forgot who did the original!!! I'm sure I have a few country/folk versions of it. Great dub! Love the raw mix.
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Postby Jackie Pablo » Wed Dec 22, 2004 11:00 am

'Everybody Talking' - a Harry Nilsson original (from 'Midnight Cowboy')
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Postby Moses » Wed Dec 22, 2004 11:08 am

Jackie Pablo wrote:'Everybody Talking' - a Harry Nilsson original (from 'Midnight Cowboy')


Cheers - it's one of those subtle 60s tunes that pop up. I though it might be Fred Neil!
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Postby Jackie Pablo » Wed Dec 22, 2004 11:28 am

Moses,

Correction to my mistake.

I checked the info after you mentioned Fred Neil.

It was one of Fred's songs, covered by Nilsson on the film soundtrack.
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