J.M. Silk ‎– Shadows Of Your Love / Music Is The Key

D.J. International Records ‎– D.J. 12-1008-40, D.J. International Records ‎– D.J. 12-1009-40, BCM Records ‎– D.J. 12-1008-40, BCM Records ‎– D.J. 12-1009-40
Vinyl, 12"

Companies, etc.



Only the B side label has track durations mentioned.
On the back cover and spine catalogue number D.J. 12-1008-40 is given.
On the labels and runouts catalogue number D.J. 12-1009-40 is given.
Label code LC 8662 written on the back cover refers to Rush Records which was one of the distributors for the release in Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 8121
  • Matrix / Runout: DJ 12-1009-40-A
  • Matrix / Runout: DJ 12-1009-40-B



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October 6, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
The first 'Hiphouse' record to come out of Chicago.

Shadows Of Your Love is just one of those Deep Chicago jackin' tunes with on the credits some big and known names.
Good produced and to this day a quality tune.

Music Is The Key is DEEP and soaked with emotions and soul.
Very well programmed drum patterns and a good deep string to lift you up with the vocals of Lewis Bledsoe , Sampson 'Butch' Moore and Keith Nunnally.
Also the 'rap' performed in this track makes this prolly the 1st Hiphouse track to come out of the windy city.

'Music Is The Key To Set Yourself Free'

Funny trivia:

This track is made in 3 days time, originally Steve Hurley would sing the vocals but Farly said it was too bad, people would be scared so then Keith Nunnaly did the vocals.

With a great result!