Michael Jackson ‎– Rock With You (The Classic Remix Series - Part 1)

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Epic ‎– XPR 2229
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Vinyl, 12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Special versions adapted from the Epic CD/MC/LP/MD "HIStory - Past, Present and Future" Book 1.

Promo Copy Only Not For Resale

Made In England

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): XPR 2229 A¹ DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): XPR 2229 B¹ DAMONT
  • Label Code: LC 0199
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 52) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EPC 8243, 8243 Michael Jackson Rock With You(7", Single) Epic, Epic EPC 8243, 8243 Europe 1979 Sell This Version
ES 400 Michael Jackson Rock With You(7", Single) Epic ES 400 Australia 1979 Sell This Version
66456 Michael Jackson Rock With You(7", Single) Epic 66456 Brazil 1979 Sell This Version
CSR-1098 Michael Jackson Rock With You = Rock Contigo(7", Single) CBS Columbia CSR-1098 Peru 1979 Sell This Version
SC-71816 Michael Jackson El Rock Está Contigo = Rock With You(7", Single) Epic SC-71816 Mexico 1979 Sell This Version

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BalooDP

BalooDP

October 31, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

These are two REALLY great dance mixes for an already excellent MJ Song. One from the Godfather of House Frankie Knuckles, and the other just-as-famous Garage duo Masters At Work. Both mixes are really well done, it's hard to say which one is better really.

Frankie Knuckles Favorite Club mix has that distinct deep house sound that's very relaxing and calming, yet very danceable. There's also a really nice piano intro, as well as some piano strewn throughout the song, and some extra vocals towards the end.

The Masters at Work remix starts off with an Acapella intro and lays down a nice beat with an "Ah" sample that quickly morphs into the original track with a nice house beat and some extra vocals thrown in. It's a bit more upbeat than the Frankie Knuckles remix, but not as polished. This one sounds a bit more like the original song, whereas Frankie Knuckles adds in a lot more instrumental-wise.

Both the remixes are excellent though. I just wish this 12" was easier to find. Two tracks that will definitely get the floor moving though.