Unknown Artist ‎– Ma Bakes / No Give Up

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C.O.M.B.i. ‎– C.O.M.B.i. E/F
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Vinyl, 12", Unofficial Release
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E Ma Bakes
Performer [Uncredited] – Boney M.
F No Give Up
Performer [Uncredited] – Thelma Houston

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E side is a re-edit of Boney M. - "Ma Baker".
F side is a re-edit of Thelma Houston - "I'm Here Again".

Original artists not listed on release.

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kasedillz

kasedillz

January 2, 2017
Heard this track at one of the "Sunday Best" outdoor parties (now discontinued) in Brooklyn around 2008... DJ threw this record on and everyone was grooving to it. I knew it was Boney M but never heard that edit before. I tried looking up this edit for years until I finally found it on combi.
eleeut

eleeut

January 1, 2015
finally received a copy of this for "Ma Bakes". first heard it played by Harvey at ESL in DC around the time it was released and one of the regulars tipped me off to Boney M as producing the source material for this cut. this edit largely seems like an instrumental version of the original leaving in some bits of the refrain for utilization at the end. love this quirky 4/4 groove - and definitely a fave of mine. the original Ma Baker video (searchable on YT) is a hoot, too.
idang

idang

November 29, 2009
b side is a re edit of Thelma Houston I'm here again
plattenjunkie

plattenjunkie

October 23, 2008
Third in the COMBI edits series arrives, allegedly from a mysterious Japanese source, but most people believe it's Run-n-Tug behind them. This one sees Boney M's ma baker and Thelma Housten's im here again given a re-rub for modern floors - two highly charged propulsive disco numbers for late night riots and high energy workouts! Emanating from Japan, and discovered by Erid d of Rub 'n Tug fame these re-edit masterclasses would never have gotten outside of their native market. Luckily a helping hand from one of nyc's most hyped party throwers has guaranteed a wider audience ! Here we have number 3 and it's another glorious duo of obscure but super high quality dancefloor friendly edits.