Various ‎– Lost Trax

Trax Records ‎– TX 5018
Vinyl, LP, Compilation



A4 is mislabeled as "Another Day" by Mr. Fingers but is in fact an edited version of "Let Your Body Talk" by Ace & The Sandman / Saber Records 1992.

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TX5018 Various Lost Trax(LP, Comp, TP, W/Lbl) Trax Records TX5018 US 1993 Sell This Version


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June 11, 2018
edited 10 months ago

Surely the 'Moonglow' track was made by Eric Lewis and Merwyn Sanders?


June 11, 2018
edited 10 months ago

I'm guessing 'Blue Mood', 'It's Hot' and 'Hey Now Hey Now' (from this release: were also written and produced around the same time as the original Virgo 4 and M.E. releases? Perhaps they were tracks from the original sessions that didn't make it on to the original Virgo 4 and M.E. EPs on Trax Records?


June 11, 2018
edited 7 months ago

M.E. - 'It's Hot' was first released in 1990 on the Jackmaster Vol 5 compilation:

For some weird reason it was released under the artist name 'Water Sign' lol.

But it's a fantastic track all the same and certainly up there with the likes of their other well known classics like 'Ride', 'In A Vision' and 'School' Hall etc. But this one really needs a 12" re-release asap.

Back to this compilation...there's actually a few more Eric Lewis and Merwyn Sanders productions hidden under different artist names (thanks Trax!). The Rum Runner track 'Hey Now Hey Now' and 'Love Hangover' (house cover of the Diana Ross Disco classic) tracks are pretty good and the others are in a hip-house style.

Here they are:-

A2.Soft Space - Just Can't Get Enough
A3.Sledgehammer - Get It Up
A6.Water Sign - It's Hot
B1.Siren - Love Hangover
B5.Rum Runner - Hey Now Hey Now


November 14, 2017
Larry Heard told to me that this Mr Fingers is a fake


January 29, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
Alot of misrepresentation here as we have Ace and Sandman being toted as Mr.Fingers.The track titled Horses is way not Phuture and has to be listened on to believe, and I think it picks-up where Boris Badenoughs "Hey Rocky" left off. With all that being said, the track "It's Hot" by M.E. is IMO a must have for any fan of deep house.