Roberta Flack ‎– Uh-Uh Ooh-Ooh Look Out (Here It Comes)

Atlantic ‎– 0-86453
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Stereo

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A1 Uh-Uh Ooh-Ooh Look Out (Here It Comes) (Arthur Baker's Dance Mix)
Remix – Arthur Baker
A2 Uh-Uh Ooh-Ooh Look Out (Here It Comes) (Arthur Baker's Dub)
Remix – Arthur Baker
B Uh-Uh Ooh-Ooh Look Out (Here It Comes) (Steve Hurley's House Mix)
Remix – Steve "Silk" Hurley

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7567-86453-0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 075678645303
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout): ST-DM-56843-56844-1 SRC ATLANTIC STUDIOS DK
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout): ST-DM-56845-1 SRC ATLANTIC STUDIOS DK


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April 30, 2018
edited over 2 years ago
Hard to believe it's an 1988 production - still raise hairs on the back of my neck - Of course it's all a matter of personal taste but for me it's the Hurley remix for straight up vocal Diva House that I've found blows people away when played through a loud system and mixed in with other House classics

Arthur Baker's mix is much more commercial and leans towards straight up Disco (dylaf rightly calls it a Boogie vibe) - would work nicely at a wedding ;)


June 2, 2015
Arthur's Dub mix has a great NY Boogie vibe & easily up-stages Hurley's mix. Nice sharp edits & a sound that would fit nicely with Francois K/Paul Simpson/John Morales et all.


April 4, 2009
I bought this record thinking Hurley's remix would make this a 1988 house classic. Contrary to popular opinion, I didn't find myself enjoying Hurley's remix much; the vocals weren't great and poorly meshed with the track and I found myself thinking it was a pretty boring track.

I listened to the flip side and found Arthur Baker's dub remix to be a better substitute for the deep garage house I was expecting from Steve Hurley with sparse vocals backed behind a combination of Chicago house rhythms and deep garage effects. By no means does it make the record a classic, but it saved the vinyl in my opinion.


May 30, 2006
edited over 14 years ago

Brilliant mix by Hurley here, sampled by Lee Marrow on 'Movin'. Cut up vocals, padded out with some metal sounding fx, over a nicely programmed beat, expertly arranged too by the master. Add to that Roberta Flack's sweet sweet voice and dreamy lyrics, all time favourite for me. Oh yeah, did I mention Quincy Jones?!