Shazz Featuring Ken Norris ‎– Innerside '99 Remixes - Part 1

Distance ‎– Di1437
Vinyl, 12"


A1 Innerside (Ron Trent's Version Family Affair Movement Vocal)
B1 Innerside (Ron Trent's Version Family Affair Instrumental)
B2 Innerside (Ron Trent's Version Family Affair Interlude)

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Written & produced at Batignolles Square.
Additional Production & arrangement for Version Family Affair Movement.
Recorded at Alvin's Clubhouse NYC.
(P) 1999 Batignolies Square (C) 1999 Distance Music
Published by Batignolles Square administered by Sony ATV Music Publishing.
Manufactured in EU.

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  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Rights Society: SDRM

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
COL 665938 1 Shazz Innerside(CD, Single) Columbia COL 665938 1 France 1998 Sell This Version
Di1438 Shazz Innerside '99 Remixes - Part 2(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Distance Di1438 France 1999 Sell This Version
YP 045 Shazz + Joe Claussell Shazz + Joe Claussell - Innerside(12") Yellow Productions YP 045 France 1998 Sell This Version
COL 665938 2 Shazz Innerside(CD, Maxi) Columbia COL 665938 2 France 1998 Sell This Version
EPC6728376 Shazz Innerside (Part 2/5)(12", Promo) Epic EPC6728376 France 2002 Sell This Version



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January 13, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
This a a real hard working remix by Ron Trent. This version for me is the best interpretation of the song, even better than the original. Innerside (Ron Trent's Version Family Affair Movement Remix) lasts about 10:51 minutes (as I have it on 5 Years of Distance Outtakes & Remixes).

Here is the detail :

Additional production & arrangement by Ron Trent for Version Family Movement. Bass : Jonathon Mariman. Keys : Prestion Fulwood. Drums : Genji Siraisi. Percussion & Congas : Ron Trent. Background Vocals : Bill Beaver & Quinton Jinnah.

Ron Trent's version is so perfect, I had to repeat and repeat again. It has the same effect as his remix as Blak Beat Niks (Braxton Holmes, Ron Trent) on Miguel Mig - Mi Destino which resulted that his version is better than original.

Unlike the original, Ron Trent's version has a inner movement, more elements, and a deeper sense.