The Braxtons ‎– The Boss

Atlantic ‎– 0-85456
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0-7567-85456-0 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 075678545603

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
A 5441 T, A5441T, 7567 85440 0 The Braxtons The Boss(12") Atlantic, Atlantic, Atlantic A 5441 T, A5441T, 7567 85440 0 UK 1997 Sell This Version
A5441CD, 7567 85441 2 The Braxtons The Boss(CD, Single) Atlantic, Atlantic A5441CD, 7567 85441 2 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
7567-85407-9 The Braxtons The Boss(CD, Single) Atlantic 7567-85407-9 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
A5441C The Braxtons The Boss(Cass, Single) Atlantic A5441C UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
DMD 2328 The Braxtons The Boss(2x12", Promo) Atlantic DMD 2328 US 1996 Sell This Version


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February 6, 2017
really beautiful. This is in original by Diana Ross from 79. written by Ashford & Simpson.
MAW are brillant. And the Dub is cool.


April 10, 2016

the MAW dub is a masteclass in New York underground sound.
Frankie Feliciano taking it extra deep and funky on the remix.
It just skips along and drops in n out perfectly, and with the Vincent Montana string parts.
An old favorite.
It's gonna make you move.


August 3, 2009
Great release and all the mixes are of the quality youd expect from a track produced by MAW, with strings conducted by disco legend Vincent Montanna Jr. and featuring the vocals of The Braxtons. The vocal mixes are pure pop-house (though still excellent) and had wide commercial appeal at the time (this track hit top 40 here in the UK). The MAW album mix is probably the most accomplished version with very crisp production. The Kenlou mix is slightly less busy and fairly similar to the MAW album mix. My clear favourite though, has to be the Masters at Work dub, with extra production from Frankie Feliciano. Its a straight up house workout that drops the live bass in favor of a more electronic bass-line, adds funkier heavy weight house beats and ends up with a far more underground feel to the vox mixes. A repetitive loop of part of the vocal fades in and out, sending me into a trance whenever i hear it, classic MAW