B.T.* Featuring Vincent Covello ‎– Loving You More

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Perfecto ‎– SAM1652
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single, Promo
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A Loving You More (B.T.'s Primordial Sound 12" Vocal)
Remix – B.T.*
13:00
B1 Loving You More (Oakenfold/Osborne Vocal Mix)
Remix – Oakenfold/Osborne*
8:12
B2 Loving You More (Oakenfold/Osborne Radio Mix)
Remix – Oakenfold/Osborne*
3:54
C Loving You More (B.T.'s Garden Of Ima Dub)
Remix – B.T.*
11:32
D Loving You More (Feel The Sun Trance Mix)
Remix [Uncredited] – Paul Oakenfold & Steve Osborne
8:12

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  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 1557

Other Versions (5 of 15) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0630-13769-0, PERF1171 BT Featuring Vincent Covello BT Featuring Vincent Covello - Loving You More(12", Single) EastWest, Perfecto 0630-13769-0, PERF1171 Europe 1996 Sell This Version
0630-11746-2, 0630117462 B.T.* Featuring Vincent Covello B.T.* Featuring Vincent Covello - Loving You More(CD, Single, Car) Perfecto, EastWest, Perfecto, EastWest 0630-11746-2, 0630117462 Australasia 1995 Sell This Version
SAM 1765 BT Loving You More (The Forth Remix)(12", Promo) Perfecto SAM 1765 UK 1995 Sell This Version
SAM 1757 BT Loving You More (The Alcatraz Remixes)(12", Promo) Perfecto SAM 1757 UK 1995 Sell This Version
0630-13768-2 BT Featuring Vincent Covello BT Featuring Vincent Covello - Loving You More(CD, Maxi) EastWest, Perfecto 0630-13768-2 Europe 1996 Sell This Version

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Sneaky-Peanut

Sneaky-Peanut

October 9, 2016
This track was my induction into BT, a man who's music remains massively underrated and whose music sounded so, so ahead of its time back in the mid 90s. His tracks contained so much emotion and so many layers that I find every listen gives me something new.

Loving You More has stayed in my imaginary Top 50 songs ever list for many years now, and while the radio edit is a little dated now, the album mix, Forth Mix and Man With No Name mixes stay close to my heart. Victor Imbres' and Deep Dish's influence is clear to hear on the dub mixes, while the Primordial Mix contains some bone-shaking bass sounds and mesmerizing vocals from the unique Vincent Covello.

I've heard people have used this track as their First Dance song at their weddings, and if that isn't a sign the list and passion that oozes from this epic pieces of music then I'm not sure what is. It's pure emotional music, something BT does so well.