After Hours ‎– Waterfalls / Feel It

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Strictly Rhythm ‎– SR 1234
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Waterfalls (3 A.M. Mix) 5:56
A2 Waterfalls (4 A.M. Mix) 6:31
A3 Waterfalls (Daybreak Mix) 3:16
B1 Feel It (The Salso Mix) 6:49
B2 Feel It (The Egotrip Mix) 5:40
B3 Feel It (Bonus Beats) 3:37

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  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SR 1234 After Hours Waterfalls / Feel It(12", RE, RM) Strictly Rhythm SR 1234 UK 2017 Sell This Version
732183 203465 After Hours Feel It / Waterfalls(6xFile, WAV) Strictly Rhythm 732183 203465 US 2014
SR 1234 After Hours Waterfalls(12", TP, Sta) Strictly Rhythm SR 1234 US 1991 Sell This Version

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djervNYC

djervNYC

June 2, 2017
Tony Humphries CLASSIC ! 98.7 Kiss Mastermix !!
They don't make them like this anymore. Long Live ZANZIBAR.
THC_Records

THC_Records

March 15, 2017
Best ever Strictly twelve - head and shoulders above the rest
chrisnova777

chrisnova777

December 29, 2016
on the "feel it" track, Andrew "rags" sampled Double Exposure (1976) https://www.discogs.com/Double-Exposure-Ten-Percent/master/21025
lilla-lobos

lilla-lobos

October 16, 2016
edited 9 months ago
I think that waterfalls is quite a great tune, however in every youtube version and other online versions (e.g. beatport) the 3am mix seems to contain some major distortion in the bass sounds. it's noticable right at the start of the tune and throughout. can anybody guide me as to whether this is present on the record or if it is due to a bad remaster being spread about. cheers

edit: the distortion seems to be present on the 3am and daybreak mixes as well, just not as noticeable due to smaller bass presence
chrisgray

chrisgray

January 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Andrew Rags Richardson's (and Roger S.') "Waterfalls/Feel It" release on Strictly Rhythm is definitely one of the cornerstone releases of my cherished NYC deep, jazzy collection from the early 90s. After people felt that house music had died (in the states) with major labels pretty much divorcing themselves from house vinyl and hip house fading, up comes this new, jazzy, sophisticated sound from NY around 1990. Also includes releases from Nu Groove, Nervous, among others