Arthur Russell ‎– Let's Go Swimming

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Logarhythm ‎– LR-1002-1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Printed on side B:
"Mixed with love by Walter Gibbons"
Side A dead-wax:
"MASTERING BY
FRANKFORD/WAYNE
NEW YORK
Herbie Jr" followed by smiley face.
Side B dead-wax:
"MASTERED BY TRUTONE"
followed by illegible etched-over initials and "7-86"

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Arthur Russell Let's Go Swimming(4xFile, AAC, EP, 256) Audika none UK & Europe 2011
RTT 184 Arthur Russell Let's Go Swimming(12") Rough Trade RTT 184 UK 1986 Sell This Version
LR-1002-1 Arthur Russell Let's Go Swimming(12", TP) Logarhythm LR-1002-1 US 1986 Sell This Version
AR 001 Arthur Russell Let's Go Swimming(12", Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label AR 001 US 2003 Sell This Version
AU-1003-2 Arthur Russell Let's Go Swimming(File, EP) Audika AU-1003-2 2005

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15rob20

15rob20

March 12, 2016
I first heard 'Let's Go Swimming' on the Soul Jazz 'World of Arthur Russell' comp, and that version was represented as the Walter Gibbons mix. The weird thing is that the version on the Soul Jazz comp is the Gulf Stream Dub, which most of the entries on Discogs credit to Russell, with the Coastal Dub being credited to Walter Gibbons. I have the 2011 Audika CD release, and that also credits the Gulf Stream Dub to Russell and the Coastal Dub to Gibbons (though the entry on Discogs confusingly credits the Gulf Stream Dub to Gibbons just like the Soul Jazz comp does). Far be it from me to suggest that Soul Jazz have fucked up, but it looks like the Gibbons mix is actually the Costal Dub, and not the Gulf Stream Dub which appears on the comp. Can anybody help me out?