Various ‎– Welcome To The Club

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Jump Street Records ‎– JS LP 1001
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A1 The Basement Boys Love Don't Live Here Anymore
Keyboards – Mark HarrisProducer, Mixed By – Jonathan Mann, The Basement BoysWritten-By – Miles Gregory
7:13
A2 Lisa Mitchell Rescue Me
Mixed By, Written-By, Producer – James BrattonWritten-By – Delores Drewry*, Kelly Charles
5:25
A3 The Ebony Dukes Girls
Mixed By – Skeff Anslen*Producer, Mixed By – Jazzy JayWritten-By – The Ebony Dukes
5:21
A4 Henri Green Give Into The Music
Executive Producer – Jonathan MannMixed By, Producer – Yvonne TurnerWritten-By, Producer – Mitch Race
6:00
B1 Jeff Young My Night Time
Edited By – Tommy MustoMixed By, Written-By – Yvonne TurnerProducer – Bob BlankSaxophone [Solo] – Louis CortelezziWritten-By – John Van EpsWritten-By, Producer – Lola Blank
6:39
B2 Division Of Labour Criminal Mind
Mixed By – Joe CooperWritten-By, Producer – Michael Marx*Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Michael Esterson
6:38
B3 Debbe* And The Code (4) Code Of Love
Executive Producer – Bob CavianoMixed By, Written-By – David FrankWritten-By – Paul Pesco
6:01
B4 The Jump Street Man* B-Cause
Keyboards [Solo], Percussion [Solo] – Marshall JeffersonWritten-By, Producer, Mixed By – Jonathan Mann
5:42

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The album is dedicated to the spirit of the Paradise Garage (1976 - 1987 R.I.P.)

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aquagak

aquagak

March 27, 2017
showcase of the possibilities and flavor variations of the melting pot of fusing styles under an umbrella called Garage:)
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

May 9, 2009
'B-Cause' brings Marshall Jefferson and Jonathan Mann at the peak of their power. Amazing overlapped synth lines, from beautiful atmospheres to arpeggiated bass lines and peripheric soundscapes, surrounded by nice percussion and most of all those unmistakable piano melodies, in perfect harmony with the bass and synth pad variations.
If you are caught listening this for the first time, the more probable reaction will be you asking yourself 'Where the hell was I when this tune was released, back in 1987'.
Timeless tune, one of the most amazing pieces of House Music ever.