The Jonzun Crew ‎– Space Is The Place

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21 Records ‎– 810 6351, Polydor ‎– POSPX 562
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Space Is The Place (Vocal) (Extended Version)
Engineer – Frank Heller, M. Johnson*Mixed By – John & Jellybean & Benitez*Producer – Michael Johnson*, Tom Silverman
B1 Space Is The Place (Instrumental)
Engineer – Frank Heller, M. Johnson*Mixed By – John & Jellybean & Benitez*Producer – Michael Johnson*, Tom Silverman
B2 Pac Jam (Look Out For The OVC) (Vocal)
Executive-Producer – R. Gorham*, T. Silverman*Producer – Maurice Starr, Michael JonzunRemix – John & Jellybean & Benitez*

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℗ 1983 Tommy Boy Music
Original sound recording made by Tommy Boy Music
Marketed by Polydor Ltd.
Marketed by Polydor (London) Ltd.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamps side A - variation 1): POSPX 562 A//1∇420 W 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamps side B - variation 1): POSPX 562 B//1∇420 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamps side A - variation 2): POSPX 562 A//1∇420 W A1 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamps side B - variation 2): POSPX 562 B//1∇420 1A 2

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dylaf

April 26, 2017
edited over 4 years ago
Whilst hell bent on finding those 1st USA presses & promo's, I'm a sucker also for sub labels like 21; both for the art (amazing logo) and the fact that here in the UK, this was the version available all those years back when buying 1st time round. Sweet nostalgia... The inclusion of 'Pac- Jam' on this release is also a bonus, especially if you own the original 'Pak-Man' release on Boston Int. Records, as it is a different version put out after Pak-Man infringed copy write laws.