L.A. & Babyface wrote and produced the #1 R&B track “Roses Are Red” for the Mac Band in 1988. This 12″ features a remix and instrumental by Louil Silas, Jr.
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This German 12″ release from Nik Kershaw features an Extended Mix of “Radio Musicola” that was remixed by Bryan “Chuck” New.
This 12″ promo of Steve Earle’s “Copperhead Road” features the album version and an edited version of Earle’s Top 10 Album Rock Tracks hit of 1988.
The 12″ release of Charlie Sexton’s “Beat’s So Lonely” features François Kevorkian and Michael Hutchinson’s Beat The Lonely Monster Mix and Monster Dub.
“Sex Or Love” was the first track on Sue Ann Carwell’s 1992 album ‘Painkiller’. This promo 12″ features the 12″ Extended Vocal Version.
This 12″ promo from Sue Ann Carwell features remixes of her 1992 release “7 Days, 7 Nights”. Carwell was co-writer of the track produced by Laney Stewart.
Here’s the 12″ release of Guy’s “Round And Round (Merry Go ‘Round Of Love)”. It features a 12″ Extended and a Dub Version, both remixed by Timmy Regisford.
Adam Ant’s “Rough Stuff” was produced and co-written by Andre Cymone. This 1990 12″ Promo features remixes by Hugo Dwyer and Justin Strauss.
Brenda K. Starr’s 1987 12″ release of “Breakfast In Bed” features two extended versions plus bonus beats. Remixed by Steve Peck.
The “Man Size Love” 12″ from Klymaxx features remixes by Louil Silas, Jr. and Bruce Swedien, along with an instrumental cut.
This 1984 12″ release from Klymaxx features Louil Silas, Jr.’s remix of “The Men All Pause” from their ‘Meeting In The Ladies Room’ album.
This is the original 1983 12″ release of Real Life’s “Send Me An Angel”, not to be confused with the “Send Me An Angel ’89” remix.
New Edition’s 12″ of “I’m Still In Love With You” features 3 remixes by Bill Esses & Sir Charles and two remixes each by Louil Silas, Jr. and Dinky Bingham.
Bobby Brown’s “Get Away” 12″ single features remixes by Teddy Riley, Chris Stokes and Marc Kinchen. Riley and Brown were co-writers of the song.
New Edition’s “You’re Not My Kind Of Girl” was a #3 R&B hit in 1988. It was written and produced by Jam and Lewis and remixed by Louil Silas, Jr.
Bobby Brown’s “Don’t Be Cruel” was the second in a string of 6 number one hits from 1986-1992 and topped the R&B singles chart for 2 weeks.
On Feb 2, 1985 New Edition reached #1 on the R&B charts with “Mr Telephone Man”. The track was written by Ray Parker, Jr. and remixed by Louil Silas, Jr.
The final single from The Jets’ ‘Magic’ LP was “Sendin’ All My Love”. Justin Strauss’ remix landed it on top of Billboard’s Hot Dance/Disco chart 10/1/88.
The Jets’ third single from ‘Magic’ was “Rocket 2 U”, it reached the Top 10 on the pop, R&B and dance charts. Thompson & Barbiero provided the 12″ remixes.
“I Do You” by The Jets reached the Top 20 at pop and R&B in 1987. Louil Silas, Jr. remixed the tracks featured on this promo 12″ release.
“Private Number” was The Jets’ third single release and reached #28 on the R&B singles chart in 1986. The remixes on this 12″ were by Louil Silas, Jr.
“Crush On You” was The Jets’ first Pop Top 40 hit, reaching #3 on the Hot 100. The 12″ releases features remixes by Louil Silas, Jr.
The Jets first single “Curiosity” was a #8 R&B and #21 Dance hit. It was co-written and co-produced by Jerry Knight and remixed by Louil Silas, Jr.
This 12″ release of “Stir It Up” is by Patti LaBelle from the motion picture soundtrack to ‘Beverly Hills Cop’. The remix is by Louil Silas, Jr.
From one of Chevy Chase’s most successful runs on the big screen, Fletch, comes the “Fletch” Theme by Harold Faltermeyer. The remix on this German pressed 12″ is by John Morales.
“Strangers in the night, exchanging clothing, strangers in my pants…” –Irwin “Fletch” Fletcher