James "Jack Rabbit" Martin ‎– There Are Dreams And There Is Escape

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Yoton ‎– YTN 001
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
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A1 Rabbit Trax I (The Next Generation)
Written-By – C. Myatt
6:20
A2 Why
Written-By – Anita Dix, C. Myatt, Doris M. Williams
6:24
B1 Rabbit Trax II (The Next Generation After)
Written-By – C. Myatt
5:22
B2 Only Wanted To Be
Co-producer – AdonisWritten-By – Pam White
5:19

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Credits

Notes

This album is dedicated to Joseph and Phyllis Martin.
Special Thanks to : Jomo Cheatham, Jeffery Sykes and Henry Cheatham.

Correct times are shown in the tracklisting.
The times shown on the label are incorrect and are as follows:

A1: 6:00, A2: 6:30, B1: 5:20, B2: 5:35

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A): YTN-001-A ΔM
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B): YTN-001-B ΔM

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edoane

edoane

August 23, 2015
I was lucky to pick up a copy of this for a reasonable price from a mysterious Chicago seller about two years ago for $150. "Only Wanted To Be" is my favourite track. Jack Rabbit should have made more records while he was alive, I treasure this record, and other serious collectors do too. It's one of the rarest house records ever made and for good reason. I'm never selling.
letherebehouse

letherebehouse

April 29, 2014

I was waiting for years to catch a good copy of this beauty..ultra rare and very limited pressing...james jack rabbit with two magical acid & two very deep tracks...
tony44

tony44

June 5, 2011
edited about 1 year ago

"Rabbit Trax 1" was repressed in 2007 on "There Are Dreams And There Is Acid" (Booton Records). "Only Wanted To Be" (the acid mix) on the flip side.
oldskoolvinyljunkie

oldskoolvinyljunkie

May 12, 2006
edited over 9 years ago

IMHO Rabbit Trax 1 is way ahead of its time. Features wigged out 303 lines and pounding 909 beats. Rabbit Trax 2 features more of the same complete with air raid sirens....total acid madness!!!. The other two tracks are deep house cuts which seem out of place next to the other 2 mind blowing tracks. Very much a collectors piece as sadly James Jack Rabbit is no longer with us and these were very limited press.
placid

placid

January 16, 2003

This record is probably just about as rare as you can get. 2 great acid trax from one of the lesser known artists out of chi-town...