Rudoulpho ‎– Sunday Afternoon

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7567 85881-0 Rudoulpho Sunday Afternoon(12") Atlantic 7567 85881-0 Italy 1992 Sell This Version
STPR-61870-1 Rudoulpho Sunday Afternoon / Touch Me(12", TP) Atlantic STPR-61870-1 US 1992 Sell This Version
7567 85881-0 Rudoulpho Sunday Afternoon / Touch Me(12", RE, Unofficial) Atlantic (2) 7567 85881-0 UK 2014 Sell This Version
GR 1229 Rudoulpho Sunday Afternoon(12", RE) Groovin Recordings GR 1229 Italy 2018 Sell This Version

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roundwax

roundwax

April 28, 2019
referencing Sunday Afternoon / Touch Me, 12", RE, Unofficial, 7567 85881-0
deep house afternoon . . . let me know if you are looking for NM copy
Mitura

Mitura

February 23, 2019
referencing Sunday Afternoon / Touch Me, 12", RE, Unofficial, 7567 85881-0
I've got one copy NM to sell let me know if anyone is interested
Vinyltrip

Vinyltrip

September 2, 2018
referencing Sunday Afternoon / Touch Me, 12", RE, Unofficial, 7567 85881-0

Hi i ve one copy to sell NM
Message me if you are interesting in this ep
aka_dmsr

aka_dmsr

February 18, 2015
referencing Sunday Afternoon, 12", 7567 85881-0

Jersey Garage at its highest level! Based on a chord sample from "Kool & The Gang - Summer Madness", used on both sides. Incredible drum pattern construction, loud mix, mental groove. A sought after classic.
Pistachios

Pistachios

February 6, 2014
referencing Sunday Afternoon / Touch Me, 12", RE, Unofficial, 7567 85881-0
As far as boots go, to my ears this sounds clean, warm and full - (not the horrible thin sound you get on some nasty bootlegs). This is pretty easy to get on a cd compilation (I'm too lazy to look it right now), maybe that was used? Anyway, as an affordable way to get this on vinyl, I think this is fine for my needs. I can't compare to the OG pressing as I'm not lucky enough to have one.
jeromy

jeromy

February 1, 2014
referencing Sunday Afternoon / Touch Me, 12", RE, Unofficial, 7567 85881-0
Despite the label crediting José Rodriguez @ Sterling Sound for the mastering, I can almost guarantee the runout scribe/ etching makes no reference to José or Sterling. Would anyone care to comment on the sound quality?

It's such a shame the original 1992 cut was only released in Italy and given a US test pressing.

Cheers.
mystic2975

mystic2975

October 22, 2012
referencing Sunday Afternoon, 12", 7567 85881-0
Watch out for the bootleg of this record. Don't slip and pay big bucks for a fake!
NY_Club_Classics

NY_Club_Classics

September 24, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Sunday Afternoon, 12", 7567 85881-0

Sunday Afternoon is an overrated generic Chicago House-formula rhythm track with some Italian jazz touches that elevate it slightly above the tons of repetitive and unimaginative house from this period. Will satisfy a house crowd that wants to hear the same house/Shelter-style beat all night long.

Touch Me is another generic formula house/Shelter-style track with clearly identifiable elements of other established records that has no appeal outside of a house crowd that wants to hear the same beat all night long.
frankieaglow

frankieaglow

April 2, 2012
referencing Sunday Afternoon, 12", 7567 85881-0
'Touch Me' is amazingly similar to Jovonn's 'It’s Gonna Be Right (Original 12” Mix)' on Goldtone Records. Also released in 1992!

Still not really sure what the story is there.