Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Bang Bang You're Mine (Tom Moulton Edit)
"Richard Sen's This Ain't Chicago (out June 25th, July 10th in the US) explores the halcyon early days of Acid in the UK. This previously unreleased edit of Bang The Party's evergreen "Bang Bang You're Mine" from remix originator Tom Moulton is an extra special treat. This version will be released as a limited vinyl 12" and digital single on July 23rd, along with May's "Love Me Baby" and a new Richard Sen edit of K.C.C.'s "Future III."
Lawrence “Kid” Batchelor: "Larry Levan told me that when they played ‘Bang Bang You’re Mine’ at the Paradise Garage everyone used to have sex on the dancefloor! I never saw that (thank God), but that’s what he said." More info on Strut's site.
"Strut presents an all new compilation placing the spotlight on early house music and acid emerging from the UK during the mid to late '80s, 'This Ain't Chicago'.
Compiled by respected DJ / producer Richard Sen (Padded Cell, Bronx Dogs), the album celebrates the heady era when UK producers were responding to the first wave of Chicago house and documents the underground clubs that first championed the music – as the early rave scene and acid house kicked in at London clubs like Shoom and Spectrum, deeper and darker house nights thrived like RIP at Clink Street, Confusion and The Jungle and in warehouse parties around East London. Manchester too adopted house music at an early stage, most famously at The Hacienda's Nude night...." Full tracklisting here.