Turntable Orch.* ‎– You're Gonna Miss Me

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Music Village Records ‎– MV-0036
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Recorded & mixed at Sensations Studios, N.J.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A, etched): MV-0036-A-1 MASTERED BY TRUTONE Pa.PF 2.88
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B, etched): MV-0036-B-1 MASTERED BY TRUTONE Pa.PF 2.88
  • Rights Society: BMI

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aquagak

aquagak

October 2, 2016
garage house blueprint;) .
Johnmarcus

Johnmarcus

September 30, 2010
edited 3 months ago

From the very start of this record you know you are in for a quality absolute all time classic house tune, it has everything that you could want in a record & so much more. It starts with a lovely little piano line, building with the kick, bass etc, and the vocal just really sets it off, all crafted together to create one of the finest records of its kind. Big Big tune back in the day, grab a listen & you will find out why … Gonna miss me when am gone !!! You might have guessed one of my all time favorites !!
genet

genet

May 2, 2004
Hippie Torales and Paul Scott's 12" epitomizes everything that 'classic' deep house/garage was about: songs not tracks, crisp, stomping piano chords, rubber-band basslines. Check Torales' phone conversation with his girlfriend in Spanglish and the mood change in the music. A stone floorslammer.