Mark Summers ‎– Summers Magic

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4th & Broadway ‎– 12 BRW 205, 4th & Broadway ‎– 878 667-1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Picture Sleeve
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A1 Summers Magic (Unit Mix)
Engineer – Zebbie
3:55
A2 Summers Magic (Original Mix)
Engineer – Tim Bran
4:16
B1 5p Like A Micro
Engineer – Tim Bran
5:39
B2 Party Children (Remix)
Engineer – Tim Bran
4:16

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℗ 1990 Owned By Island Records Ltd

Direct Metal Mastering

Made in Great Britain

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 042287 866719
  • Label Code: LC 0407
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etchings side A): TOWNHOUSE DMM

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BRCA 205, 878 666-4 Mark Summers Summers Magic(Cass, Cas) 4th & Broadway, 4th & Broadway BRCA 205, 878 666-4 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
BRCD 205, 878 667-2 Mark Summers Summers Magic(CD, Single) 4th & Broadway, 4th & Broadway BRCD 205, 878 667-2 UK & Europe 1991 Sell This Version
BRW 205 Mark Summers Summers Magic(7") 4th & Broadway BRW 205 UK 1990 Sell This Version
12 BRW 205, 878 667-1 Mark Summers Summers Magic(12") 4th & Broadway, 4th & Broadway 12 BRW 205, 878 667-1 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
12 BRW 205, 878 667 - 1 Mark Summers Summers Magic(12", Com) 4th & Broadway, 4th & Broadway 12 BRW 205, 878 667 - 1 UK & Europe 1990 Sell This Version

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AceBeaty

AceBeaty

July 29, 2005
edited over 5 years ago

This does not only sample TV series and it obviously use the sampler as the main, if not sole, instrument !
A side use bits of Kraftwerk, early 90's Northern UK bleeps and even the bass line and bits of percussion from jazz funk pioneer Lonnie Liston Smith title 'Expansions'. This sort of music can be just (for) fun if you're in the mood, make you smile but can also be disgusting at time of intense abuse.
The first track on the B side is a way more 'serious' techno rave type of tune (even if I'm pretty sure it use many samples too) but the second B side track do it again with a large range of borrowed Hip-Hop MCs voices sliced all the way with some snippets of Suzanne Vega's voice (that one featured on DNA 'Tom's Dinner'). I keep it: this -is- a Sampladelic 'classic', if you recognize that sub-genre…