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1. The Source feat. Candi Staton - You Got The Love 2. Kariya - Let Me Love You For Tonight (House Club Version) 3. Paul Simpson feat. Adeva - Musical Freedom (Free At Last) (Extended Freedom Mix) 4. Farley 'Jackmaster' Funk Presents Ricky Dillard - As Always (Lovin' House Mix) 5. Turntable Orchestra - You're Gonna Miss Me (Extended Club Mix) 6. Kaos - Definition Of Love 7. Patti Day - Right Before My Eyes (House Vocal) 8. Roberta Flack - Uh-uh Ooh-Ooh Look Out (Here It Comes) (Steve Hurley's House Mix) 9. Kym Mazelle - Was That All It Was (Def Mix by Dave Morales)10. Sandee - Notice Me (Notice The House Mix by Clivilles & Cole)11. Seduction - Seduction (Wild Club Mix by Clivilles & Cole)
12. Arthur Baker and the Backbeat Disciples - The Message Is Club
- Candi Staton originally recorded 'You Got The Love' as an a cappella in 1986. John Truelove (aka The Source and Now Voyager) mixed the vocal over Frankie Knuckles' 'Your Love' (hear that here)
and released it as a bootleg in 1989. It had an official release in
1991 and charted at #4 in the UK singles chart. It has been re-released
twice since then reaching #3 in 1997 and #7 in 2006.
- Farley 'Jackmaster' Funk is one of the original 'godfathers' of house. 'As Always' is a remake of Stevie Wonder's 'As' from 1977
- Kaos was a pseudonym for Kevin Saunderson
- Roberta Flack started recording in 1968. 'Uh-uh' was written by Ashford & Simpson
- 'Was That All It Was' was produced by Marshall Jefferson
- Sandee, aka Sandra Casanas, was an original member of the group Expose
eventually became a girl band project for Clivilles & Cole, but
before that was the release of 'Seduction', which has one of the most
memorable bass lines in house.