Mood II Swing Featuring John Ciafone ‎– I See You Dancing

Groove On ‎– GO-48
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


I See U Side
A1 I See You Dancing (Original) 5:45
A2 I See You Dancing (Remix) 8:40
Ohh Side
B1 Slippery Track 7:30
B2 Ohh 7:22

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Produced and mixed for Mood II Swing Productions.
Mastered for Europadisk Ltd.

Connor Ryan Music, Inc. (BMI)
Moody Black Keys (BMI)

℗ © 1996 Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.

BPM are not provided on the record.
A1: 123 / A2: 125
B1: 124 / B2: 123

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): GO-48-ISEEU / EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 13668 dG S-5
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): GO-48-OHH / EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 13668 dG S-3
  • Barcode: ₇ 3218-30948-1 ₀
  • Rights Society: BMI

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May 21, 2016

Ohh is a very very big track, Always a pleasure to play it
Slippery track is also available on the stickman label


February 18, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
This record is a complete example of how to make your music addictive in a way that people will play it on repeat,

I will focus more on "Ohhh" because it is such a fantastic warm song...there is something in this track that is simply invincible. Mood II Swing were really masterful in accomplishing baselines in their output, you can really feel how this track was recorded in not more then two to three takes as it is very organic and has "air to breath grooves" between the channels, I can only guess it was done mostly by using a large amount of channels mixer. the elements are pretty simple but, they are done so correctly and in a soulful vibe that it creates this foggy illusion when the "ohhhhhhh" come up and down several times. they are really squeezing the pressure points right there, as at some point the vocals switch to melody to be continued by the kick and snare... and it goes again and again and is so addictive, and you can listen to it so many times.


September 30, 2013
slippery as always.





September 12, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
I just found this for $5.99 at a real record store, keep diggin!


May 20, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

B2: Ohh!
Quality deep house track from yesteryear. Sparse, empty and slightly foreboding, which contrasts starkly with the other, more breezier tracks on this release. One for the end of the night when you're starting to feel slightly jaded and faded, and are fast approaching the golden twilight slumber zone.


February 4, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

Proper deep house record from the golden era.
'I see you dancin' with a vocal sample from Lou2's 'Freaky' hasnt aged that well (especially the remix), but the B-side is highest standards.
'Slippery Track' is a brilliant hypnotic metallic minimal groove going round and round, and 'Ohh' is one of these deep dubby house bubbles like they don't do anymore these days, ideal for a magic late night dancefloor moment : perfect bassline, echoes, voice snippets, tight production...simple, lush, sexy and spiritual.