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Old 26th May 2019, 10:26 AM
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This is a really bad quality radio show & definitely not from 87 as Release Your Body wasn't out till 88
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Old 26th May 2019, 11:50 AM
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yes 88 they got that wrong... this was recorded at mutoid waste company kings cross
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sorry mate, been working on this one and no luck.
I tried sorting Discogs tunes into category:House, year:1988/1987 etc etc to narrow down the search but to no avail.

Even though the event was in 1988 I'm thinking that perhaps this could be an older tune from 1987 or even 1986.
It has that classic piano House sound so possibly made by one of the House legends.
That piano riff is just too good to not be given any recognition on a classic House compilation or documentary somewhere.

I've also wondered if it might be an early Italo House tune.

Have you tried asking Marshall Jefferson if it's his? Even if it isn't he might just happen to know what it is. It's worth a shot.
Or do you know or can you find out who the DJ was that spun this tune at the Mutoid event?
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Old 27th May 2019, 11:40 AM
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Thanks so much for your input i don't have contact with marshall jefferson and i dont no dj .. but i can say mr c played down there alot
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Damn. After hearing this I want to know what this is as well. That is a classic-sounding 80s house piano riff. I'd say it was US rather than Italian. That drum programming sounds like vintage Chi-Town.
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Damn. After hearing this I want to know what this is as well. That is a classic-sounding 80s house piano riff. I'd say it was US rather than Italian. That drum programming sounds like vintage Chi-Town.


no luck for years
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Old 18th August 2019, 09:22 AM
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Bah.

Has it been posted on Discogs in the Track ID forum? If not, I may do that.
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Old 18th August 2019, 11:32 AM
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Thinking about it, could it be a very early Terrence Parker production? It does sound a bit like him. Only thing is, the earliest date I can see for any of his releases is 1992.
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Thinking about it, could it be a very early Terrence Parker production? It does sound a bit like him. Only thing is, the earliest date I can see for any of his releases is 1992.
I hope you find it mate
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Old 18th August 2019, 03:39 PM
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please put on discogs
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please put on discogs
I have done.
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