Frankie Knuckles ‎– Baby Wants To Ride / Your Love

Label:
Trax Records ‎– TX150
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Red Labels
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Baby Wants To Ride
Written-By – Walton*, Knuckles*
8:32
B Your Love
Written-By – Walton*
6:46

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

Sanlar Publ. BMI
P 1987 Trax Records

Durations on label:
Side A: 5:25
Side B: 5:20

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): TX150A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): TX150B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etchings): TX-150-A /BP/
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etchings): TX-150-B

Recommendations

Reviews Show All 8 Reviews

Add Review

Milispky

Milispky

March 27, 2019
(Baby wants Ride), I think when I originally hear this track it has growls. Can anyone confirm this have been removed? Maybe because of censorship
rokko_vinyl_record

rokko_vinyl_record

July 11, 2018
Your love and Baby wants to ride are two productions by Frankie Knuckes. For me He was the daddy of the House music, your love is poetics. These tracks are and will remain the most famous of Frankie Knuckes. If you are a classic House collector they will not be missing in your collection.
deeman1976

deeman1976

November 28, 2017
did the ultimate production ep on d.j. international come out before the trax single, as he stated in an interview he ddn't receive any monies from the trax release.
House_Synergy

House_Synergy

April 15, 2014
This is Not a "re-work" of an earlier release, nor is it a copy of "Carrots and beets" Tara Butler.The similarity between the two begins and ends with the undertrack(underlying track).Jamie's harpsichord playing on this one is elegantly soothing.
Originality?The whole world does edits now because Frankie Knuckles (at The Warehouse), and, Ron Hardy (at the Muzic Box) did edits.Frankie was a genuinely kind and gracious person.
rgalmeida34

rgalmeida34

April 8, 2014
DO NOT BUY THIS FORM ANYONE TRYING TO CAPITALIZE ON FRANKIES DEATH. A bunch of assholes trying to sell the red label copy for way more than what it's actually worth. DO NOT SUPPORT THEM.
norepetitivebeats

norepetitivebeats

December 10, 2012
Actually this Frankie Knuckles version is a re-work of an earlier house track of the same name by Jamie Principle from 1986 which is itself largely a copy of Feels Good (Carrots & Beets) by Electra from 1982. I admit this is a great classic tune but Frankie didn't really come up with anything original here.