Jamie Principle ‎– Your Love

Label:
Persona Records (2) ‎– JP-222
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Your Love (Club Mix) 7:48
A2 Your Love (Radio Mix) 3:54
B1 Your Love (Dub/Rodapella Mix) 11:43

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Notes

BPM 118
Produced by Persona Group
Mixed at Chicago Trax
Mastered and pressed at Europadisk, Ltd. (DMM), NYC.

Published by Anon. Music, BMI ©1986 Anon Music.
℗ 1986 Persona Records. All Rights Reserved.

A counterfeit pressing from 2009 exists with the same centre labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etchings): JP-222-A DMM by Europadisk ny S2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etchings): JP-222-B DMM by Europadisk ny MIS2

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AJett

AJett

March 1, 2010
Thanks so much for the compliments on my vocal abilities. It is "I" Adrienne Jett. And yes..I rec'd no credit for my vocals on "Your Love" "Sensation" Etc.."Your Love" was just played on Nip/Tuck...Experience has taught me much! I'm back and better than before!
Namaste'
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

December 1, 2009
No one questions the importance of the Classic chef d'oeuvre by Jamie Principle with the beautiful vocals of Adrienne Jett: 'Your Love' infested the DJ charts and dancefloors on the House scene of United States on the mid eighties and became a standard of the genre that would dominate the Club scene since then. Released several times later under different labels, it's known to be a production created much before 1986, but what very few people may know is the fact that its classy futuristic bass lines were taken from the Electronic Disco masterpiece 'Feels Good' by Electra feat Tara Butler on Emergency Records, 1982. You can hear them repeatedly from 2'49 to 3'10 on the original Emergency single.
siman91

siman91

August 3, 2008
edited over 5 years ago

This track is simply amazing and is miles ahead of most tracks of 1986 with thoughtfull vocals and chilling synths which I suspect were co produced with Danny Wilson & Chip Eberhart (Sweet D) as tucked away on TX119B is Dig I Da-Dig I Da which almost the same synth. Original pressings are hard to get hold of in good condition, I have one sealed!!
sti3

sti3

July 13, 2004
edited over 11 years ago
This is indeed a great track. One thing I didn't realize is that it owes greatly to Electra's 'Feels Good'. Listen to the basslines of the two tracks. The Electra track is so ahead of its time I thought it was cribbing from 'Your Love'. Not the case...
kodebreaker

kodebreaker

August 19, 2003
The foundations of house music were practically built on this record.
An<i>inspirational,unforgettable</i> house track that gave birth to a whole new music movement.