Keynotes ‎– Let's Let's Let's Dance

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Incognito Records ‎– IR80187
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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8892sales

8892sales

July 31, 2018
edited 3 months ago
On first listening to this track, one may be forgiven for thinking, what's this all about? There's nothing to this. But its simplicity is the key - pardon the pun. As it contains a real, obsessively strong sense of groove. Listening to it on a big powerful rugged sound system brings out the best in it. And even if there's a little bit of distortion creating a sense that the bassline notes are off key, only adds to the trippy warehouse vibe in my opinion.

For those who remember it being played at the old 1988-1989 acid house clubs [RIP at Clink Street, Heaven West End, early days at the Dungeons and Club Labyrinth, East/North London], not forgetting the one off illegal warehouse clubs and fields, this tune sounded totally sick. A proper takes me right back to that state of mind track. I suppose one had to be there.
JOOOOINTS

JOOOOINTS

April 6, 2017
DOPE Detroit track .... Kevin Saunderson release, party mix is my personal favorite, has a mysterious FEELING , pardon me if I say it has a deep Chicago feel
Sinister

Sinister

December 23, 2014

It is not one of my favorites from Detroit. It give better ones from them....
David68Turner

David68Turner

March 5, 2014
One of those lost to the windmills of your mind...when you hear it, you'll know it, and you'll feel so much better for it.