Terrence Parker ‎– Tribute

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A1 Love's Got Me High (Tribute Mix)
A2 Your Love (Original Mix)
B1 Why After All This (Original Mix)
B2 Somethin' Here (Original Mix)

Dedicated to Detroit DJ Legend Ken Collier.

On the label (A-Side):
This special release is dedicated to Detroit DJ Legend Ken Collier. His untimely passing deeply touched me personally, as he was one of a small few who always supported me & my music. Because of Ken Collier, Detroit developed a dance scene, which inspired artist & producers to make dance records, which gave birth to Techno, which has provided careers for many of you in the business today. So I dare ask all you techno producers, djs, record labels, record shops, techno magazines, clubs which play techno music, and fans of techno to pay respect to Ken Collier just as you would our other fine music innovators.

Side B:
However, this special compilation isn't about techno, it's about H.O.U.S.E. sounds - broadcasting it to you live from the inside in lovely Ste - re - o!!. This record contains no artist or track listing because i don't want this to be about who made the tracks, track titles, or even who wrote this commentary. This record is my personal tribute to him and how he has motivated me to make my contributions to house music. Thank you Ken Collier, for helping me grow not just as a dj or record producer, but as a person. Every dj and dance artist here in Detroit owes thanks to you for going out into the musical forest, chopping down trees, thus paving the way for us to build HOUSE!.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Label A-side): INT-7000-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B-side): INT-7000-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A:‭ ‬Hand etched): INT 7000-A [AVC] (NSC) MADE IN CANADA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B:‭ ‬Hand etched): INT 7000-B [AVC] (NSC) MADE IN CANADA

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7SR016 Terrence Parker Tribute To Ken Collier EP(4xFile, FLAC, EP) Seventh Sign Recordings 7SR016 UK 2009
INT-7000 Terrence Parker Tribute(12", RE) Intangible Records & Soundworks INT-7000 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
PMW 019 Terrence Parker Tribute EP(4xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Parker MusicWorks PMW 019 US 2008
INT-7003 Terrence Parker The Tribute EP(12", EP, TP, W/Lbl) Intangible Records & Soundworks INT-7003 US 2000 Sell This Version
7SR016 Terrence Parker Tribute To Ken Collier(12") Seventh Sign Recordings 7SR016 UK 2009 Sell This Version

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oscobar_

oscobar_

September 21, 2013
There will be a repress of this.
dmp

dmp

July 23, 2013
edited over 3 years ago

A2 (Your Love) is based on "First Choice - Dr. Love" (1977) and B2 (Somethin' Here) is based on "Two Man Sound - Que Tal America" (1979).
bitonti

bitonti

August 25, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

Terrence Parker the DJ uses hip-hop turntable ism (scratches, pauses) in his live shows and that carries over to his production. I love the track B2 "Something Here" - a deep builder with a funky guitar riff. TP stops the table, positions the First Choice era disco samples smoothly in the production. You'll hear the original sample and then the TP chopped or delayed version. Overall all 4 tracks are playable and pleasing. Even tho TP is a Detroit DJ this fits very nicely in Chicago House set.
dmp

dmp

September 3, 2011

I'm not sure but isn't A1 - The Tribute Mix of "Love's Got Me High" basically the same what Adam Malian did with "Chunk-A-Nova" under his project name Taxi C.A.B. on House Jam Records two years before? It's a mix up of Wood, Brass & Steel's "Funkanova" with the beats of Jackie Moore's "This time baby", overlayed with the vocals of "Love's Got Me High".
wheezer

wheezer

June 15, 2003
Produced by none other than Terrence Parker, though it doesn't read his name on the record.
metropolis

metropolis

January 27, 2003
This special release is dedicated to Detroit DJ legend Ken Collier. His untimely passing deeply touched me personally, as he was one of a small few who always supported me and my music.

Because Of Ken Collier, Detroit developed a dance scene, which inspired artists and producers to make dance records, which gave birth to Techno, which has provided careers for many of you in the business today. I dare to ask all you techno producers, DJ's, record labels, record shops, techno magazines, clubs which play techno music, and fans of techno to pay respact to Ken Collier just as you would our other fine music innovators.

However this special compilation isn't about techno, it's about H.O.U.S.E. sounds - broadcasting it to you live from the inside in lovely Ste-re-o ! This record contains no artist or tracklisting because I don't want want this to be about who made the tracks or even who wrote this commentary. This record is my personal tribute to him, and how he has motivated me to make my contributions to house music.

Thank you Ken Collier, for helping me to grow not just as a DJ, or a record producer, but as a person. Every DJ and dance artist here in Detroit owes thanks to you for going out into the musical forest, chopping down trees, thus paving the way for us to build HOUSE !