Jonny L ‎– This Time


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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XL EP 118 CD Jonny L This Time(CD, EP) XL Recordings XL EP 118 CD UK 1996 Sell This Version
XLEP 118 DJ1 Jonny L This Time EP Sampler(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl, Sta) XL Recordings XLEP 118 DJ1 UK 1995 Sell This Version
XLEP 118 DJ 2 Jonny L This Time(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl, Sti) XL Recordings XLEP 118 DJ 2 UK 1995 Sell This Version
XLEP 118 DJ3 Jonny L This Time (Carl Craig Remixes)(12") XL Recordings XLEP 118 DJ3 UK 1996 Sell This Version
XL118 DJ2 Jonny L This Time EP(12", Promo) XL Recordings XL118 DJ2 UK 1996 Sell This Version
XL EP 118 Jonny L This Time EP(3x12", EP) XL Recordings XL EP 118 UK 1996 Sell This Version
AVCD-11404 Jonny L This Time EP(CD, EP) Avex Trax AVCD-11404 Japan 1996 Sell This Version
DE 3651 Jonny L This Time(CD, EP, Promo) Delabel DE 3651 UK 1996 Sell This Version
XLEP 118 CDP Jonny L This Time(CD, Single, Promo) XL Recordings XLEP 118 CDP UK 1996 Sell This Version


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March 16, 2018
referencing This Time EP, 3x12", EP, XL EP 118

So incredible, the tunage on this release is ridiculous. My faves are =

Plate 1 ~ 'Wa Oh' rude and deadly multi layered beats, shimmering shakers, sublime bongos, macabre atmosphere, and creepy swirling bass, oh and fuck loads of heavy Amens. This is hard ass business
'Jazz' is so god damn funky, its got this incredible groove to it, ultra cool film score type hook, skankin sick beats and sub sub bass. Future funk beats to die for.

Plate 2 ~ The 4 mixes of 'This Time' are on point, Ronis Sizes' Dub mix drops epic beats that roll effortlessly with bass which is so perfectly sculpted. Headstrong & Mad Balheads' remix is super heavy and so so deep (the perfect example of the rough with the smooth). No 9 The Wicked opens so beautifully with those floaty pads and funky as' marching snare drums, so hypnotic, Its a dreamy drum funk masterpiece.



October 26, 2014
referencing This Time EP, 12", Promo, XL118 DJ2

Bukem / Speed amen classic. Weedkillaz on the mix if ya didnt know!


May 31, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
referencing This Time (Carl Craig Remixes), 12", XLEP 118 DJ3

In my opinion, both mixes are really good. Agree with restless' comment though, Mix 2 is especially special. Great Carl Craig works.


September 17, 2008
referencing This Time EP Sampler, 12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl, Sta, XLEP 118 DJ1
I bought this is the week is came out. "Never Let You Go" was in constant rotation in my set list for nearly a year. It has all the best elements you want from a quality old school jungle tune, the drum programming and everything else simply still cannot be beat even with the advent of newer technology. I am no longer a DJ, only a fan of the music but I take this one out every once in awhile for a listen. Brings me back to that time when I fell in love with this music.


February 15, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
referencing This Time (Carl Craig Remixes), 12", XLEP 118 DJ3

Unlike Carl Craig's latest remixes, all classic and dancefloor-functional but in my opinion quite formulaic, the Mix 2 here is touched by magic, and must be one of CC's most amazing works.
Very tribal and dubby, it's built around an unexpected and graceful harp sample, followed by obsessive syllabic voice-snippets, both finally melting together and exploding progressively like a symphonic cascade on the dancefloor.
Timeless and unique.