Ralph Falcon ‎– Every Now And Then

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Miami Soul ‎– MS-001
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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© 1992 Miami Soul Pub. Inc. (ASCAP)
® 1992 Miami Soul Inc.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): MS-001-A II MASTER RECORDS BUSTA STAMPER
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): MS-001-B II MASTER RECORDS BUSTA STAMPER
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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hurstd

hurstd

February 13, 2018

Sublime deep house track. The whole production is exquisite and dark, yet hypnotic and dreamy. Five star track written by Ralph Falcon.
andrewmeda

andrewmeda

January 29, 2009

This track has stuck in my mind since I first heard it in 1992. Ralph Falcon has produced some classics, but for me, this is by far the best one from his Deep House period. It is simply one of the best produced House tracks of all time. Deep male vocals with fantastically written lyrics, supported by a sweet driving baseline makes this record my all time favorite. Absolutely essential to the House Head's collection. You will not be disappointed. Buy it now!

manchester

manchester

September 23, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

A timeless piece of House music that has just got better and better over the years. Haunting is a very apt adjective to describe this classic slab of Electronic Soul that can cause dancefloor destruction in the right clubs. Check the Soul Dub on the b side for a mighty fine take that's a brilliant tune for building up and taking it up a notch. I think this tune ranks alongside all those classic timeless pieces of Chicago House music from the late 80s. A certified 5 star A Grade classic. (Whoever had the cynical money grabbing idea to re-release this beauty and then try and damage it's soul be producing god awful remixes needs stringing up by the nearest pole!).
naughty_boy

naughty_boy

July 14, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
This has to be one of the most haunting house tracks of all time. For 1992 this was a masterpiece well beyond it's years. A stark rounded basedrum takes you into the track which follows with some busy percussion then the loop drops and "Oh my god" does this track oscillate - then.......the vocal - possibly the best male vocal you will hear on a house track. Then come the rises which guide the track through it climax before srtipping down towards the end. The Miami Soul 001 original pressing is the one to buy - a TRUE masterpiece.
frattali

frattali

May 8, 2003

Awesome bassline and relentless beats with electrified voice singing like an inspired robot, that song will drive you crazy forever... The supreme model of the house dancefloor killer, since 1992 till our days. For dancing people only!!!