Bernard Badie ‎– Time Reveals

Label:
Night Club Records ‎– NCL-017
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 I Can Feel It
A2 Club Use Only
A3 Original
B1 Smiley
B2 Overjoyed

Credits

  • Executive Producer – Gary Wallace, Larry Thompson, Rick Lenoir
  • Producer, Written-ByBernard Badie

Notes

Disc Jockey Bernard Music/ASCAP - Four On the Floor/ASCAP
Distributed by Mirage Entertainment
A Side has only 2 tracks, not 3 as listed on record. The white label release has "Time Revals B/W So Happy" for main title, list correctly 4 tracks but named A1 "Can U Feel It"
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Repressed on Mojuba Records (mojuba 010) in 2008.

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NCL-017 Bernard Badie Time Reveals(12", W/Lbl) Night Club Records NCL-017 US 1994 Sell This Version
MOJUBA010 Bernard Badie Time Reveals(4xFile, MP3, 320) Mojuba MOJUBA010 Germany 2008
mojuba 010 Bernard Badie Time Reveals(12", Ltd, Gre) Mojuba mojuba 010 Germany 2008 Sell This Version
Mojuba 010 Bernard Badie Time Reveals(12", RP) Mojuba Mojuba 010 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
Mojuba 010 Bernard Badie Time Reveals(12") Mojuba Mojuba 010 Germany 2008 Sell This Version

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chrisnova777

chrisnova777

May 2, 2017
edited 9 months ago
was having a chat with my friend Bernard last night and he told me that the vocals on "time reveals" this timeless peice of house music was indeed sung by himself.... !!!!! i always wondered where it was sampled from but its not a sample at all... Bernard told me he recorded this with Larry Heard at Larry's studio in Chicago; and that Larry was the Engineer on the recording and that he produced it by himself but then had larry record the vocals + engineer his existing production ... a true classic Thank you Larry + Bernard!
cashox

cashox

July 20, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
this track has a lasting effect on my memory like many quality tracks of the early nineties and Klaus is clearly entitled to his opinion, but to say this sounds like larry heard on a bad day is just having a cheap stab at it because like myself, he was probably shocked to see the original go for such a price, and yes it is clearly a cross-over track - but really, if you know you're stuff, you could only possibly say that this is like a dan bell accelerate release mixed in with some miami Murk Bros laid over the top - and really, if you know which tracks im talking about, youll get it - if not, then forget it - but if you liked Murk back in the day, and wanted something with a little more pitch now and again, this track really carries its weight, but not at that price - thank shite for the re-release ;) and in green vinyl !! woot !!
MrElReplicante

MrElReplicante

November 19, 2012
The track "I can feel it" reminds me a lot of the old G-Strings tracks like "The Life Beyond This World". It has that dreamy, slightly melancholic Chicago-feel with an uplifting drum-pattern. Btw., the drums are sampled from a track by the PWOG called "The Valley"...
Psychogewitter

Psychogewitter

November 18, 2012
Beside all that u really could see what a repress doin with the Value. 2 or 3 years ago it was a holy grail of House u could bought for 300-400€. Now u get the Original for 50 bucks. Not so nice for collectors which owns them... Iam happy ;-)
baj

baj

February 2, 2012
Klaus151, taste is taste, but seriously, have you ever experienced this track on the dancefloor? It destroys!!! And its crossover appeal is that you can use it to bridge less percussive house tracks with techno.
archeologist

archeologist

October 13, 2008
This is a brilliant record.

"Time Reveals" has an urgency driven by an early chicago acid style of percussion. Thats why I bought it (after finding it for £1.00 in a local shop a few years back). The strings are clean, simple and full of emotion, with the simple vocal refrain, "I think its time that you know, how my love, feels for you" drifting over the piece. Towards the end the strings are subtly modulated before leaving us with stripped down percussion.

This is an amazing track, and when I saw its value I was shocked - and am even more shocked now to see so many people jumping on the bandwagon in an attempt to sell their copies at extortionate prices. I'm keeping mine - I still don't have anything quite like it.

For those keen on checking it out it may interest you to know it has recently been re-released on Mojuba records.
Klaus151

Klaus151

May 27, 2008

Ok... So you want an overrated record here's the one that comes out the best besides of the AJ Sound on Decay Records.

Truly, this carries 1! decent track which sounds like a leftover demo from Larry Heard which he did in a lousy hotel room agonized with pains of hungover from cheap Russian vodka.

What makes this record valuable is a mystery to me and shelling out more than 15 euros for a mint copy is a crime...

Money talks, bullshit walks!