Roland Clark ‎– I Get Deep

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Shelter Records (3) ‎– SHL-1032
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, Remastered
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SHL-1032 Roland Clark I Get Deep(12", Ora) Shelter Records (3) SHL-1032 US 2000 Sell This Version
SHL-1032 Roland Clark I Get Deep(12", W/Lbl) Shelter Records (3) SHL-1032 US 2000 Sell This Version
DTM001 DJ Le Roi Feat. Roland Clark DJ Le Roi Feat. Roland Clark - I Get Deep(3xFile, MP3) Deeptown Music DTM001 Switzerland 2007
DTM075 Roland Clark I Get Deep (Soulmagic & Husky 2015 Mixes)(3xFile, MP3, 320) Deeptown Music DTM075 Switzerland 2015
SHL-1032 Roland Clark I Get Deep(12", Rev) Shelter Records (3) SHL-1032 US 2000 Sell This Version

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Pistachios

Pistachios

April 2, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
I was interested in artificialsweetners comments on this release and I checked a few of his/her other comments too.
In one comment, the 'slow to speak' boys are mentioned, which makes sense because they also pump out countless reissues of classic house tracks which are hard to find. For the record (no pun intended), I really dislike the 'slow to speak' reissues as they often only include some of the tracks from the original records, with key tracks missing (for example the CVO and Chez Damier twelves) and the sound quality is hit and miss. It is not clear if they are official.
This reissue, and all the other ones that currently have danimal's comments underneath, is different in a few ways. First, none of the tracks are missing. Second, the original artwork is included. This gives these records the appearance of being bootlegs or 'replicas' as record shops creatively call them. A less experienced buyer may think they are getting an original copy.
I have seen danimal say many times that these are official so let's take his word for that.
Perfect then! Brilliant old house tracks that are hard to find on crispy new vinyl. Seem too good to be true? Maybe.
I have bought a good few of these; some because I have old worn copies and some because I've never owned the originals. Unlike artificial sweetner, I don't rate the sound quality at all. The remastering seems to have done nothing for the clarity of the sound - if anything it sounds muddy.
At least with a 'slow to speak' record, you know what you are buying - it says on the label. With all these 'replica' house twelves floating about, your going to have to be careul and check the run out grooves. I can see the temptation of filling the gaps in your collection with these - like I said earlier, I've bought a few myself. I'm interested to hear what other think about the sound quality and the fact that these look like the OG records, when in reality they are quite different releases to my ears, and I've been collecting since 1993.
I'd like to add that I am in no way against reissues and represses - I'm not accusing anyone of anything or trying to start a fight. I have loved all of the recent Echovolt reissues and I think labels like Dark Entries are doing great work. Once again, with both labels it is clear what you are buying and care seems to have been taken with the most important thing - the sound quality.
enabler

enabler

March 2, 2015
Really nice reissue - big thick record with clear sounding tracks. Sounds crispier than the Kerri Chandler Atmosphere shelter reissue which was a little distorted sounding to me, I'm not really sure they remastered that one. Oddly, both have sleeve wear on the records even though I got them brand new but that's all good. Glad to have this one at a reasonable price