J. Dahlbäck* ‎– The Persuader

Label:
Svek ‎– SK 011
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Untitled 6:11
A2 Untitled 5:00
B1 Untitled 5:43
B2 Untitled 5:13

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Notes

Recorded at the Globe Studios / Stockholm.
B: "What is the time, Mr. Templar?"

Mastered at J.T.S., London.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out A): SK011-A-1-1-1 --JTS--
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out B): SK011-B-1-1-1 --JTS--

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andreagassi

andreagassi

November 16, 2016
Throughout the years I keep going back to this record as a standard of excellent house music or whatever you may call it. Thank the lord I have 2 copies as I will continue to play it until the day I die.
thediscogslife

thediscogslife

August 21, 2016
edited 2 months ago

I think its time this EP gets a repress :)
nat.hairsine4

nat.hairsine4

August 11, 2016
The a1 on this record puts most current tech house releases to shame. Very classy and very sexy.
bwana

bwana

August 5, 2016

Hands down the best Svek release that was ever put out on the label and there were several really good ones. This one just has a special ambience to it that keeps it in a league all it's own.
Wish I had a second copy
hykoinc

hykoinc

December 2, 2015
"What is the time, Mr Templar" drumloop is from Grooveyard ‎"Mary Go W!ld" 1996
bfinest1

bfinest1

June 25, 2014
edited over 2 years ago

Anyone have the A1 track? I would love to hear what it sounds like.
childrentalking

childrentalking

August 10, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
everybody knows the B2 on this release (which was reissued by P&D a couple of years back, taking its name from the epigram on the flip), but the other three tracks are on a similar level. taut, functional house music with the deft touch you'd expect from this period of dahlback's career; loopy but full and developed. and funky as hell too, particularly A2 and B1. 5/5.