Ken Doh ‎– The Nakasaki EP

Nice Vinyl ‎– NV001
Vinyl, 12", EP


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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FCD 272, 850 507-2 Ken Doh Nakasaki EP (I Need A Lover Tonight)(CD, EP) FFRR, FFRR FCD 272, 850 507-2 UK 1996 Sell This Version
S12DJ-097 Ken Doh I Need A Lover Tonight (Nakasaki EP)(12") Simply Vinyl (S12) S12DJ-097 UK 2003 Sell This Version
S12DJ097 Ken Doh I Need A Lover Tonight (Nakasaki EP)(12") Simply Vinyl (S12) S12DJ097 UK 2003 Sell This Version
FX 272, 850 507-1 Ken Doh Nakasaki EP (I Need A Lover Tonight)(12", EP) FFRR, FFRR FX 272, 850 507-1 UK 1996 Sell This Version
EFUNK005 Ken Doh I Need A Lover(12", S/Sided, Single) E Funk EFUNK005 UK 2007 Sell This Version


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March 2, 2017

Big hands in the air tune ! Massive in its day, really use to get the clubs rocking.
Big piano lines and even bigger strings and drum rolls, this track just builds and builds.
This is the 12" to go for, the future releases were too polished and when you add vocals etc, 99.9% of the time you lose what the track was about. Great tune that really captures the time it was released and still enjoy listening to today.


October 18, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
An unforgettable track, not a favourite, but certainly one that jerks you back to that point in the night, if you were that age, at that time ! Just came across this, interesting how history 'repeats' itself, non? ;) - Check 'The Crunch Mix'


April 5, 2011

Forget the commercial mixes released on FFRR, when this came out in late 1994 on white label via Nice Vinyl simply entitled Nakasaki it created quite a stir in clubland. The original mix was just the piano driven instrumental without the vocals and because it was in short supply (I still only have the FFRR version), I remember the buzz being similar to when Gat Decor released Passion back in 92. One of the biggest piano driven tunes from the mid 1990's and although it did go very commercial (played at the all the cheesey clubs up and down the land)the original mix is still a fantastic slice of UK club culture.