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.
Posts Tagged ‘Michael Hutchinson’
“Foolish Pride” was written by Daryl Hall and produced by Hall, David A. Stewart and Tom “T-Bone” Wolk. Remix on this 12″ vinyl rip by Shep Pettibone.
Everybody’s down on their knees, Listen like thieves, But who needs that, When it’s all in your hands.
Everybody’s down on their knees, Listen like thieves, For the end results, But who needs that?
The Brief: August 21 marks the beginning of International Beatles Week for 2013. In honor of that, we’re going to spend a week with “Paul” and look back at some 12″ and 7″ records in my collection. But, wait a minute you say… this record is by Paul Carrack, he wasn’t in the Beatles. No, […]
Regina co-wrote “Baby Love” with frequent Madonna collaborator Stephen Bray, who also produced the song. The single peaked at #10 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and held the top spot on the Dance chart for 2 weeks in 1986.
The Brief: As previously noted, this was the final single release from the ‘Jody Watley’ LP. It was the second of the five single releases that failed to reach the Top 40 despite doing well at dance and R&B. This promo 45 release from Canada features a single remix and instrumental by Francois Kevorkian and […]
The 12″ release of “Don’t You Want Me” features remixes by Francois Kevorkian and Michael Hutchinson. Jody co-wrote this track with Franne Golde and D.P. Bryant and saw it go on to top the Billboard Dance chart for 2 weeks in 1987.
The Brief: Today features the 7″ release of “Don’t You Want Me” which was Jody’s second Top 10 single (right Marc?) and the third single released from her self-titled solo LP debut. The song was number 55 on Billboard’s Hot 100 for the year of 1988. Chic alumni Bernard Edwards was behind the knobs for […]
The A Side: Most Of All (Remix) 8:15 The B Side: Most Of All (7″ Version) 4:10 Most Of All (Dub) 7:20 The Brief: The final single that Jody Watley released from her debut LP came over a year after the release of the album. “Most Of All” did well on the R&B and Dance […]
Stacy Lattisaw’s 12″ release of “Nail It To The Wall” was produced & remixed by John “Jellybean” Benitez. It was the 1st single from ‘Take Me All The Way”.
The A Side: Velcro Fly (Extended Mix) 6:35 The B Side: Velcro Fly (Dub Version) 5:42 The Brief: The fifth single release from ZZ Top‘s multi-platinum album ‘Afterburner’ is “Velcro Fly”. This promo 12″ release was remixed by John “Jellybean” Benitez. The Billboard Charts: Chart Debuted Debut Pos. Peak Pos. Wks on Chart Hot 100 […]
Next Love 7″: A Next Love 3:46 B Picking Up The Pieces 3:28 Label: Columbia Records Catalog#: 38-04537 Format: Vinyl, 7″, 45 RPM Country: US Released: 1984 Next Love 12″: A Next Love (Extended Dance Remix) 7:07 B Next Love (Instrumental) 4:51 Label: Columbia Records Catalog#: 44-05043 Format: Vinyl, 12″, 33 1/3 RPM Country: US Released: 1984 The Brief: “Next Love” was the follow up to Deniece […]
This 12″ vinyl rip from Prince features “I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man”. Plus, “Hot Thing” in edit and dub versions that remain vinyl-only.
Snap! released the album ‘World Power’ in the U.S. in 1993 and it featured the smash single “The Power”. The single hit the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart on May 12, 1990 in the #81 spot and started rocketing up from there. It was the top Power Pick/Sales track two different weeks, 6/9/90 at #28 and 6/23/90 at #21. It rose all the way to #2 before stalling out and spent 22 weeks in the Hot 100. A week later, it hit the Billboard Hot Black Singles chart, ascended to #4 and charted for 17 weeks.
Side A: Ready Or Not (Vocal/Extended Dance Mix) 7:02 Side B: Ready Or Not (Instrumental Remix) 6:23 The Brief: Louis Andrew Grammatico was the frontman for the band Foreigner. He performed as Lou Gramm and embarked on a solo career in the eighties. “Ready Or Not” is the title track from Lou’s self-titled debut solo […]