Mondeé Oliver ‎– Make Me Want You

Gherkin Records ‎– GKE1064
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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Special thanks to Gallifré, Erasmo Rivera and Larry Heard
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1991 ASCAP

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May 16, 2018
Repress coming soon via Groovin Recordings. Available to pre-order via Phonica and some other sites.


May 8, 2018
track is sublime. this needs a repress asap. the combination of texture, rhythm, and melody create an incredible emotive experience - makes me feel sexy and wanted. the vibe on this is exactly what it intends as an artistic statement, and its perfection.


November 10, 2016

Incredible vocal as always from Mondee Oliver and nice use of Gallifre - Chicago Boogie Rhythm Tracks, House Rhythm, which is also worth checking out if deep house is your thing.


August 4, 2015
This is 1 of the finest slabs of house ever composed. It is an effortlessly subtle, transcendental piece of music that ties together the bare minimum of elements. A rippling synth line, a lazy 4/4 bottom-end heavy beat and the voice of a reincarnated angel pulling the melodies & rhythm section together beautifully. What the f*ck does that even mean? Just listen to it, regularly, for the rest of your life. If house is a feeling, then this composition will take you to that place more fully than most. Flawless & heaven-sent.


March 11, 2014
edited over 4 years ago

This is a gem indeed, a lot more spaced-out than the other, previous Mondee Oliver x Kevin Dixon/Larry Heard collaborations. Produced solely by Kevin Dixon this time, we have here a couple of simple, enlightened original production ideas (based in this case around subtly trippy echoes on synth arpeggios and percussions) wonderfully crafted, polished and executed with a sound design that is still to this day one of the most balanced and wide in the whole house music spectrum.
This one is still totally up-to-date some 23 years later (and will be eternally imo), actually fitting in vibe and textures with Larry Heard's current remix marvels (since 2010), so I guess it's safe to say that this record was a quite visionary and futuristic moment for the time of its release, still standing without problem in comparison with Mr Heard's work after all these years.


January 28, 2012

Have had this track over 2 decades now and it still oozes quality, such a simple tune but really good vibe and a great package all 4 tracks work on there own.