Satin Storm ‎– Let's Get Together / Free Your Mind

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Satin Storm ‎– DJT.DAPSS1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Other Side
A Let's Get Together
Mixed By, Producer – D.J. Tayla*
This Side
AA Free Your Mind
Mixed By, Producer – Dapo (2)

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djxray

djxray

September 17, 2016
Massive tune back in the day and still sounds just as good. The clueless person who says "not for me" clearly wasn't there back in the day when all these wonderful records were made and played so your comments are at best unfounded. You and anybody that wasn't there from the beginning will just never know.
MissingLinkz

MissingLinkz

September 2, 2016

Tasco warehouse Life-Utopia first time Heard. and owner,
Unique rawness is sublime with everything coming out of the bass and running away add the vocal then break for the flute.
Positive call heart felt every time.If arrangement was intended (always to me)True Music Created from Meaning for Feeling (rare in it's self.)
How it's done.Thank you.
humanagain

humanagain

August 23, 2016
Goldie mentions in this interview how this track made him have to "go back to the drawing board" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHnJgHFpkpA
thistaco27

thistaco27

December 1, 2013
top notch tunes....made in a real fashion..and with soulll :)
MarkusAudio

MarkusAudio

July 25, 2013
The whole track was made the rawest way possible- no quantizers, no gimmicks- NO SH...T!!! And this is how a classic is supposed to be made!!! 11/10 hands down, can´t beat the vibe and THAT BASS!!!
Benny-Digital

Benny-Digital

May 9, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

In agreement with filtertip. Searched a good while for this piece of vinyl and i love it, it is mixable.... sometimes ; )
filtertip1

filtertip1

February 26, 2010
Ignore the last review Lets get together albeit the baggy production is still a TUNE .
Rider plays it Amnesia House Book of Love.So What u can,t mix it just drop it like the groove does.
pete.devnull

pete.devnull

July 31, 2007
edited over 5 years ago

The A side of this record sounds like the beats are trainwrecking - several parts are out of time with each other. Bass distorts loudly. I'm hardly a stickler for production on old tunes (love me some dodgy white labels), but this is definitely outside the bounds of what I can handle. I'm sure it's different for people who heard this played at a huge rave back and mentally associate it with the um, positive feelings they had then, but sorry: not for me.