Surface ‎– Falling In Love

Label:
Salsoul Records ‎– SALT 104
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single
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Tracklist

A Falling In Love 6:34
B Falling In Love (Instrumental) 6:58

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Credits

Notes

"A Shep Pettibone Mix" for Mastermix Productions
Manufactured in the UK

Original sound recording made by Salsoul Record Corporation
RCA Ltd. are the exclusive licensees for the UK

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): SALT 104 A§
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): SALT 104 B§
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): SALT 104 A1U-1-1-5
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): JA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): SALT 104 B1U-1-1-7

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SG 401 Surface Falling In Love(12") Salsoul Records SG 401 US 1983 Sell This Version
SAL 104 Surface Falling In Love(7") Salsoul Records SAL 104 UK 1983 Sell This Version
RHR 3690 Surface Falling In Love(12") Rams Horn Records RHR 3690 Netherlands 1987 Sell This Version
RHR 1227 Surface Falling In Love(7", Single) Rams Horn Records RHR 1227 Netherlands 1983 Sell This Version
S7 7056 DJ Surface Falling In Love(7", Promo) Salsoul Records S7 7056 DJ US 1983 Sell This Version

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808-MAN

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September 17, 2012

I came across this record by complete accident, i found it in my fathers attic. I am a vinyl man and have collected many years, house music and italo house really 87-94 but i love this disco ballad, the beat is awesome and crystal clear clarity. When played you certainly can imagine the disco divas bopping to it on dancefloors all over the world.

July 8, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
One of my all-time favorite songs yet the only good song ever put out by these guys, who were a New Jersey vocal trio made up of Bernard Jackson, David Townsend and David Conley. Listen to any song that these guys made from 1987-1992 and you'll see why they died out and disappeared from the scene. Those songs were terrible. And the sad thing is two of them went gold. They should have stayed with the formula that put them on the map with "Falling In Love" in 1983. Had they done so, they would have become a power band like Shalamar. I really hate sell-outs. The only group I know who continued to stick to their roots by the early 90's was Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly. Their '93 album is just like their '81 album. The other bands sold out by changing their styles and died out from the scene as a result.