Warp Factor 3 ‎– Jammin' Soul / Rhythm Will Make You Move

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ESP Records ‎– ESP 9105-1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Jammin' Soul (D-Shake Mix)
Edited By, Producer [Additional Production], Arranged By [Arrangement] – LebeauRemix – D-Shake
6:01
A2 Jammin' Soul (Dub The Jam) 6:10
AA1 Rhythm Will Make You Move (New York Mix) 5:20
AA2 Rhythm Will Make You Move (Amsterdam Mix) 6:29

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Produced, mixed and arranged for Blade To The Rhythm Productions.
Engineered at Quadrasonic Studio, NYC.
℗ 1991 ESP Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 711315 910510
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): ESP 9105-A HCB872805. 08 30598 20 1A1 ESP 9105-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side AA): ESP 9̶0̶5̶1̶ 9105-B 08 30598 20 1B1 ESP 9105-1 HCB872805.
  • Matrix / Runout (Sleeve and both labels): 08-030598-20
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

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NorthwaxRecords

NorthwaxRecords

January 8, 2017
if you by this one you'll get a pumping house record with a futuristic sound structure and a nice spoken vocal on the jamming soul track, which is my choice- deep, ambitious, class A house-why I have bought it 2 times in my life? because it is so good, you can hear it again
HOUSEMUSICLIVES

HOUSEMUSICLIVES

October 20, 2016
Look for more comments by the BomberOne, will get you far!
BomberOne

BomberOne

January 11, 2009

An underated release IMO. Not a killer one that was a big hit back then, but if you like Nu Groove 's deep house formula, this one is for you : A1 combine the NG typical bassline-focused construction with some atmospheric synth effects, while the synth are running smoothly on it. Also linked in my mind to the early Strictly rhythm sound of course. This is interesting as it shows how influencial was NG, but also how European were reshaping its style into something more continental-sounding, more rave-ish in the smooth/hypnotic sense of it.