Sounds Of Blackness ‎– The Pressure (Pt. 1)

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Perspective Records ‎– 28968 1202 1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 The Pressure (Pt. 1) (Classic 12" Mix With Vocal Intro)
Engineer – John PoppoKeyboards, Percussion [Programming] – Satoshi TomiiePiano [Grand Piano] – Terry BurrusRemix, Producer [Additional] – Frankie Knuckles
8:15
A2 The Pressure (Pt. 1) (Flow Mix)
Backing Vocals [Additional] – Prof T.Remix, Tracking By [Additional Overdubs] – The Flow (8)
6:52
A3 The Pressure (Pt. 1) (LP Version) 4:17
B1 The Pressure (Pt. 1) (Serious Lo-Key? Mix)
Rap – Prof T.Remix, Producer [Additional], Tracking By [Additional Overdubs] – Jam & Lewis*, Lance Alexander, Prof T.
8:39
B2 The Pressure (Pt. 1) (Real Disco Mix)
Tracking By [Additional Overdubs] – Jam & Lewis*
7:30
B3 The Pressure (Pt. 1) (Sound Factory Mix)
Engineer – John PoppoKeyboards, Percussion [Programming] – Satoshi TomiiePiano [Grand Piano] – Terry BurrusRemix, Producer [Additional] – Frankie Knuckles
5:55

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Original version appears on the Perspective Records album "The Evolution Of Gospel".
This release contains the vocal-and-piano intro to the "Classic" mix that was edited off of the original 12" pressing.

℗ 1991 Perspective Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 2896-81202-1 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 728968120218
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 28968 1202 1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 28968 1202 1 B
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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_Hawk_

January 14, 2004

Listening to this record gives u a insight from where the "real" House comes from: the black community in the USA. This classic remix provided by Frankie Knuckles is one of his best ever in my humble opinion. This one is absolutely incredible: the slow & long dramatic intro with only the grand piano playing and Ann Nesby providing the vocals, the beats which are oh so funky & groovin' and the total structure of the remix makes it so.

This all combined with a really strong song (original production provided by Jam & Lewis) and those heaven-sent gospel-vocals makes me aware that House is a spiritual thing. Timeless masterpiece of REAL music: 10 outta 10.