Chez Damier ‎– Can You Feel It

KMS ‎– KMS 035
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Can You Feel It (Vocal Club Mix)
Mixed By – Ontoni
A2 Can You Feel It (Dub Mix)
Mixed By – Chez Damier
B1 Can You Feel It (M.K. Dub)
Remix [Additional Production] – M.K.*
B2 A 2½ Step 5:26

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Mastered at National Sounds Detroit.
©&℗ 1992 Drive On Music/Virgin Songs (BMI)
Distributed by Downtown 161, Inc. • 161 Hudson Street • NY.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): KMS-035 SIDE A C-SHA-RUN NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): KMS-035 SIDE B NSC

Other Versions (5 of 20) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KMS 035 Chez Damier Can You Feel It(12") KMS KMS 035 US 1992 Sell This Version
KMS 035 Chez Damier Can You Feel It (12", RE, RM) KMS KMS 035 UK 2016 Sell This Version
KMS 035 Chez Damier Can You Feel It(12", RE) KMS KMS 035 US Unknown Sell This Version
DV 009 Chez Damier Can You Feel It(12") D:vision Records DV 009 Italy 1992 Sell This Version
DFTD332D1 Chez Damier Can You Feel It (9xFile, MP3, 320) Defected DFTD332D1 UK 2012


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February 16, 2015
The New York Dub was the lick for me. Deep, dirty, cut-up vocals and man, that bass....

Groovy shit ;-)


October 31, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

I remember buying this track in 92 when it came out, in the days when you had to put the record on out loud in the shop. The needle dropped on the M.K dub as soon as those strings kicked in everyone was over for a copy, love this track.


March 29, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Sometimes we get amazed about how brilliant can be a timbre basis and how perfect can be a basic sequence of notes generated by it. After that, just try to imagine these beautiful, smooth and introspective melodies generated by this sequence of notes with drop outs clearly inspired on the lovely “Sueno Latino” classic.
Got it? Then, try to figure out how would it be if this tune was carved by the hands of an artist raised on the House city of Chicago, but emerged within the artistic philosophy of Detroit – a tune that would be “2-1/2 Steps” from anything else (of course I’m talking about this one exactly). Any idea about what did Chez Damier on that one?
But you can go even further: what would be the result if this tune was matched with an essential soulful acappella, like I heard Davi 'The Archmage' Hardcore doing once at the beginning of a set - melting nothing more, nothing less than this track - Chez Damier’s "2-1/2 Step" with Colonel Abrams' "Trapped" vocals... simply groundbreaking!



August 26, 2003
MK aka Mark Kinchen participated in that deep classic track and later released the world success remix of Nightcrawler's "Push the Feeling On", which repoduces the atmosphere of "Can you Feel it"