“Holiday” by The Other Ones is featured on this Virgin Records promo 12″ with 12″ and 7″ remixes and the LP version. Remixed by John “Tokes” Potoker.
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The 12″ release of Phil Collins’ “Sussudio” features John “Tokes” Potoker’s extended remix and the b-side only track “The Man With The Horn”.
“All you have to do is play one note. But it needs to be the right note.” –Herbie Hancock
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The Brief: OK, so, there was a soundtrack for the movie Spies Like Us but, it only included the score as composed by Elmer Bernstein. The movie’s theme song, performed by Paul McCartney was originally a single only release. The first remix on this record comes courtesy of John Potoker who has had a hand […]
In 1984, Laid Back’s “White Horse” spent 3 weeks at #1 on the Hot Dance/Disco chart. On the Pop chart it was a Top 40 hit and reached #5 on the R&B chart.
The A Side: The Harder They Come 6:25 / Motherlode 1:50 The B Side: The Harder They Come 6:00 / Motherlode 1:30 The Harder They Come (Accapella Version) 4:30 The Brief: The Arthur Baker project Rockers Revenge followed up “Walking On Sunshine” with “The Harder They Come”, a tune written by Jimmy Cliff. Baker once […]
The first single from ‘Rock ‘n Soul Part 1’ was “Say It Isn’t So” and it was a dance-floor smash, topping the Hot Dance/Disco chart for 4 weeks. It also debuted inside the Top 40 its first week on the Hot 100. The song eventually climbed to #2 where it spent 3 weeks before slipping down the chart, held out of the top spot by Jackson/McCartney’s “Say Say Say”.
The A Side: I’m Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down (Ya Ya Mix) 6:15 The B Side: The Man In The Iron Mask 3:08 Broken Man (Live) 4:23 The Brief: ‘The Secret Of Association’ is the second album released by Brit Paul Young. “I’m Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down” was the first and fifth single release […]
Scritti Politti’s “Boom! There She Was”, featured Roger on talk-box vocals. The 12″ features mixes by Thompson & Barbiero, John Potoker and Mike Shipley.