Bill Brandon / Lorraine Johnson ‎– We Fell In Love While Dancing / The More I Get, The More I Want

Prelude Records ‎– PRL-D 152
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Promo

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Bill Brandon We Fell In Love While Dancing
Producer – Moses Dillard and Jesse Boyce*Written-By – Jesse Boyce, Moses Dillard
B Lorraine Johnson The More I Get, The More I Want
Producer – Jesse Boyce and Moses Dillard*Written-By – J. Whitehead, G. McFadden*, V. Carstarphen*

Companies, etc.


Special 12 Inch Disco Version
℗ 1977 Prelude Records

A Product of Prelude Records

From the LP - PRL 12149 - BILL BRANDON

From the LP-PRL 12148 THE MORE U WANT

Title of the Lorraine Johnson LP is incorrectly stated on B-Side. The LP is entitled "The More You Want".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): PRL-D 152 AS
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): PRL-D 152 BS
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout): PRLD 152A FWÓ 1B
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout): PRLD152B A2
  • Rights Society: BMI


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October 13, 2015
This Prelude 12 inch is one of the most coveted of the catalogue. I owned both the OG and the bootleg at one time. The bootleg was sold to me as an OG. I immediately heard and noticed the difference and compared it to my original.The bootleg has shorter versions despite the notations on the label, and is not worth having. I immediately chastised the seller and got my money back. The dead wax has the etchings so be careful. I wouldn't be so quick to blame the Japanese for the cost of these gems, our European brethren are fierce collectors. If it was my hunch this bootleg came out of Italy. No strike against Italians, as bootleggers come in all shapes, colors and sizes!! My 2 cents. Hope this review helps!


December 31, 2010
edited over 3 years ago

Ju Soong is right. Before the stock market crash of a few years ago, the Europeans and Japanese were driving up the prices on a lot of records because the Euro and the Yen were worth almost double the US Dollar, so they could afford to outbid any US buyers because $100 US was only about $50 to $60 in their currencies.

However, now that we have been in a global economic recession with high unemployment for several years now, that will only continue to get worse as political and economic systems with serious structural flaws continue to unravel, most of the European and Japanese buyers have disappeared from the record collecting scene and/or can no longer afford to pay super premium prices for records, even if they are still employed.


September 22, 2010
Yes, I will agree with the rarity of the pressing, but the $1,200.00 price was a result of a bidding war on ebay in which I was engaged in. The buyer (never really found out if this was on the up & up) was Japanese. His extreme high bidding figure took this way over it's real worth.


May 13, 2010

Bill Brandon's track works in many moods and is nice, but its Lorraine's vocal here that is haunting, hypnotic and definitely worth finding. Her repeated sections of her "wanting more" vocal riff is orgasmic in the Prelude way. This early example of Preludes style of Disco is what disappeared quickly as records from other companies spilled out Johnny Mathis and Andy Williams disasters flooding the disco scene. This B-side cut reminds me of tracks by Michele on West End Records. Miss Johnson radiates a golden disco number with an amazing funky groove that stands alone as a solid track. This record deserves to get a legit reissue pressing in the future to lets its true disco light really shine!


May 6, 2010
yes... I would dare say the rarest Prelude release... not counting testing pressings of course...


April 27, 2010
Mega Rare. I've seen this go for as much as $1,200..!!!. Dig deep people.