Toronto Track Symphony / M1 ‎– Do Me Right / The Talking Drum

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DNH Records (2) ‎– DNH-026
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Toronto Track Symphony Do Me Right
Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – Nick Holder
A2 Toronto Track Symphony Livin In Da Projects
Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – David Holder
B1 M1 The Talking Drum (Nick Holder's Mix)
Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – M1Remix – Nick Holder
B2 M1 The Talking Drum (M1's Mix)
Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – M1

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Livin In Da Projects uses samples from "Projects And High Rises" by Eddie Harris

Mastered at Sound Enterprises Detroit.
(P) (C) 1996 DNH Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): DNH-026-A NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): DNH-026-B NSC

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MaximeD

MaximeD

May 23, 2016

Livin in da project is all what I love in house music
Even if it's based on samples, it's a big big track
dmp

dmp

April 21, 2015

"Livin In Da Projects" is based on samples of "The Destinations - I've Got To Dance (To Keep From Cryin')" (1977).
MultiGrooves

MultiGrooves

May 28, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

BIG BIG tune. It just encapsulates everything about deep house from that fertile era. The way it's layered makes it a perfect peak time banger.
Kinderground

Kinderground

October 31, 2013
Finally... Nick Holder found a copy for me. 30 euros, a fair price for this one. I wish you good luck, because the prices have only one way. UP.
frankieaglow

frankieaglow

January 24, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
I never understood the big deal about this record. 'Do Me Right' is just a flat, grooveless track that is near impossible to withstand for the entire seven minutes without drifting off zzzz...

Save your money for some proper New York garage from the same era. Absolutely not worth it.
rfalloon1984

rfalloon1984

October 22, 2012

expensive but worth it