Arnold Jarvis ‎– Take Some Time Out

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NCP 287 Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(12") Fourth Floor Records NCP 287 US 1987 Sell This Version
BCM 12278 Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(12") BCM Records BCM 12278 Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 1989 Sell This Version
FF-287R Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(12") Fourth Floor Records FF-287R US 1989 Sell This Version
LICT 024 Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(12") Republic Records (2) LICT 024 UK 1989 Sell This Version
LICT 024 Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(12", Promo) Republic Records (2) LICT 024 UK 1989 Sell This Version
FF287D Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(6xFile, WAV) Fourth Floor Records FF287D US 2007
CREME1243 Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(12") Crème Organization CREME1243 Netherlands 2009 Sell This Version
CREME 12-43 Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(3xFile, WAV) Crème Organization CREME 12-43 Netherlands 2009
CREME1243 Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(4xFile, FLAC, Single) Crème Organization CREME1243 Netherlands 2014
FF287R Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(12", RE) Fourth Floor Records FF287R UK 2016 Sell This Version
FF-287R Arnold Jarvis Take Some Time Out(12", TP) Fourth Floor Records FF-287R US Unknown Sell This Version

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jem68

jem68

September 9, 2018
referencing Take Some Time Out, 12", NCP 287
The Dub mix is the version to play a slow build up but it eventually hits you
rhythmboxmusic

rhythmboxmusic

January 18, 2017
referencing Take Some Time Out, 12", RE, FF287R
Just a warning to anyone who know's and love the original club mix... This 2016 reissue (club mix) is not the full mix, this fades out before the end! How f-cking anoying!!!
Johnmarcus

Johnmarcus

November 7, 2016
referencing Take Some Time Out, 12", RE, FF287R

Re-issue of the classic slice of house history.
Rich synth pads layered in and out of the track, superb bassline along with a great vocal make this a truly magical track.
All mixes are worth a listen of the garage classic.
freshpeer

freshpeer

April 8, 2016
referencing Take Some Time Out, 12", NCP 287
repress.. yeah, bring the sound back! great example of how it used to get down!
DiscoJoints

DiscoJoints

November 8, 2014
referencing Take Some Time Out, 12", CREME1243
Can this really be official???
siman91

siman91

April 16, 2013
referencing Take Some Time Out, 12", Promo, LICT 024
I have this with a full release cover but the vinyl is a white label, 100% genuine LICT024
amaryllis

amaryllis

August 2, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Take Some Time Out, 12", CREME1243

Compared to the original release on Fourth Floor Records, the sound of this reissue is relatively disappointing in terms of originality and authenticity. Where did all the smoothness and warmth go?! It sounds too clean, the cymbals and the 'rhythm egg shakers' are too quiet, the sound in general is too muffled. In some degree, the EQ can help. Don't get me wrong - technically the sound is perfect. But in addition, this version plays slower than the original, so actually it has to be pitched up (about +1 on my 1210) to play in the original speed and tone pitch. And did you notice that the club version (track A1 "Take Some Time Out [Vocal]" on this Crème release) has been cut off straight after the sixth minute, so that this reissue lacks the beautiful ending of the original version where the synth comes back and some loud bass drum hits are pumping and introducing the beat again? An essential (short but beautiful, instrumental) part of this great song that is missing on the Crème reissue.

This is certainly a personal opinion bound to be subjective, but I definitely recommend you to get hold of the original Fourth Floor release.
It's worth it!
manchester

manchester

February 25, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Take Some Time Out, 12", NCP 287

Perhaps the finest Garage track ever! Probably one of the slowest Garage tracks but with an incredible bassline and superb Tommy Musto production. The horns on the Dub mix just keeping lifting the track into a higher orbit, without any need to artificially speed it up. And the vocals just sum up that incredible feeling and spirit of early House Music - spreading a universal message of sharing and loving, accompanied by a masterful soundtrack. A certified A1 five star Hacienda classic.