First Choice ‎– Let No Man Put Asunder

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Salsoul Records ‎– SG 397
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single
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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, label): SG 397 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, label): SG 397 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): SG 397 A - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): SG 397 B - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Both Sides, stamped): STERLING
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 24) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SSC01 First Choice Let No Man Put Asunder(12") Salsoul Classics SSC01 US Unknown Sell This Version
RHR 3218 First Choice Let No Man Put Asunder(12") Rams Horn Records RHR 3218 Netherlands 1983 Sell This Version
SG 397 DJ First Choice Let No Man Put Asunder(12", Promo) Salsoul Records SG 397 DJ US 1983 Sell This Version
SKINNY 1 First Choice Let No Man Put Asunder (Remix)(12", S/Sided, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Skinny & Big SKINNY 1 1999 Sell This Version
RHR 3433 First Choice Let No Man Put Asunder(12") Rams Horn Records RHR 3433 Netherlands 1985 Sell This Version

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Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

July 1, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

A ‘must-have’ in any DJ case and a ‘must-be’ on every ‘all time Disco list’, “Let No Man Put Asunder” was much more than a feminist anthem or underground Disco hit, as it represented a standard for a whole generation.

The acappella of this timeless Disco classic is arguably among the most sampled ever in the history of the Dance Music, just like was the music from Kraftwerk or The J.B.’s.

Shep Pettibone’s version for “Let No Man Put Asunder” on A side became an instant classic; the single also had a version by the Warehouse resident DJ Frankie Knuckles on the opposite side. The acappella and the fact that both versions were made by heros of the quality music scene from that time made this the most special release of this classic.

Strange as it may seem, the credits for this tune point the production date on 1977, but this single in particular with its versions and acappella was only released years later, in 1983. This was therefore the first pressing with the quintessential acappella by the diva Rochelle Fleming, a true relic.