Terry Baldwin (Housemaster)* Featuring Bud Latour* ‎– Do You Wanna Dance?

Future Sound R & R Records ‎– FSR 1005
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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℗ © 1988 Terry's Pub BMI
Recorded and mixed at: Reel To Reel
Bad Boy Bill appears courtesy of International House Records
Dist. by Barney's

Tracks A2 & B2 sample:
dialogue from the film Animal House

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  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): FSR-1005 A#2 THIS SIDE SUNSHINE - FRANKIE "T"
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): FSR-1005 B #2 THAT SIDE SUNSHINE - FRANKIE "T"


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April 1, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
Indeed a very nice and oft-overlooked acid EP - every track worthy of it's chunk of vinyl : )
Scattershot vocal samples throughout do tend to spoil the flow somewhat, tho'...


November 19, 2010

This is a really interesting record here. All four tracks contain a 5 star Acid workout and a heavy use of samples. Unfortunately I feel that using so many samples and rapid succession kinda holds the record back a little bit keeping many from giving it 5 stars, myself included. I think that the 303 on "I Have A Dream" is as good as many of the other top Acid tunes from '88.

All three guys who are credited to this release are relative new comers to the production game and all three went on to see great success in the house music world. Bad Boy Bill became one of the most popular DJ's in the US while running his IHR imprint, Housemaster Baldwin release some of the most popular house tracks through the rest of the 80's and in to the early 90's, and William Latour went on to release one of the biggest dance crossover hits "People Are Still Having Sex."