St Germain ‎– Alabama Blues

Label:
F Communications ‎– F 030, Play It Again Sam [PIAS] ‎– 137.0030.30
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Alabama Blues (Original) 7:16
A2 Alabama Blues (1965 Mix) 8:20
B1 Alabama Blues (Todd Edwards Vocal Mix)
Mixed By – Joseph VentolaRemix [Reconstructed By] – Todd Edwards
5:35
B2 Alabama Blues (Todd Edwards Dub Mix)
Mixed By – Joseph VentolaRemix [Reconstructed By] – Todd Edwards
5:37

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All tracks written, produced & mixed at The Magic House Studio.
B1 & B2 reconstructed for New Trends Productions. Mixed for Avenue Productions. Todd Edwards thanks St. Germain, Eric Morand, Joseph Ventola, Mom & Dad and above all God.

Published by Basic Groove.
Made in France.
(P)+(C) 1995 F Communications
Distribution France & Benelux by PIAS France.
Germany by Rough Trade.
UK by Play It Again Sam UK, distribution by Charged/Vital.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 7800
  • Rights Society: Sabam / Biem
  • Barcode: 5 413356 998733
  • Other (Distribution Code France): 137 0030 30/80PS
  • Other (Distribution Code Germany): RTD 372 7030.0/PC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Run-Out Etchings): DFI 95 8 1370030 30 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Run-Out Etchings): DFI 95 8 1370030 30 B

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S-Dog

S-Dog

April 24, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

My sister spilt candle wax on this whilst trying to light a cigarette over the decks at a party in Camden whilst it was playin! We also blew a speaker and and the police came to temporarily calm it all down. All in all, what you would class as a thoroughly good night. Wax still on wax 20 years on but you can always hear the quality shining through regardless.
rayscappaticcio

rayscappaticcio

September 7, 2011
fantastic piece of old style funky house always was a floor filler for me.
nogginj

nogginj

September 10, 2009
This is a great, very signature St. Germain release. Side a goes very deep, while side b keeps it more upbeat. If Side a is about the bass, then side b is more about the treble, if you know what I mean. The vocals are incredible, very catchy and instantly recognisable as this seminal St. Germain track. The songs on this 12" are a great mix of both Boulevard and Tourist styles.
For djs this track is perfect. Both cuts on side a have the vocals starting the track almost acapella. The crescendo is really well done and from there the track just rolls on out.
Classic french house.