World Power ‎– I'm Happy

Label:
Cardiac Records ‎– 3-4021-0-DJ
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo
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A1 I'm Happy (Extended Happy)
Vocals [Featuring], Written-By – Althea McQueen
7:21
A2 I'm Happy (Hip Happy)
Rap [Featuring], Vocals [Featuring], Written-By – B. Shillingford
5:33
A3 I'm Happy (Ragamuffin (Mercy Mercy) Mix)
Rap [Featuring], Vocals [Featuring], Written-By – M. Campbell*
6:10
B1 I'm Happy (Radio Happy)
Vocals [Featuring], Written-By – Althea McQueen
3:51
B2 I'm Happy (After The Rave)
Vocals [Featuring] – Althea McQueenVocals [Featuring], Written-By – B. Shillingford
5:24
B3 I'm Happy (Everybody's Happy Dub)
Rap [Featuring], Vocals [Featuring], Written-By – M. Campbell*Vocals [Featuring], Written-By – Althea McQueen
5:50

Credits

  • Engineer, Keyboards [Additional Keyboards], Mixed By, Producer, Written-ByPavel De Jesus
  • Keyboards [Additional Keyboards], Other [Overdubs]Boyd Jarvis
  • Mixed By, Producer, Written-ByJason Load

Notes

Promo.
Produced and mixed by Jason Load and Pavel De Jesus for Heavy Times Productions.
Engineered by Pavel De Jesus at Quad Recording Studios, NYC.
Contains vocal sample from Carl Bean - I Was Born This Way

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
3-4021-0 World Power Featuring Althea McQueen World Power Featuring Althea McQueen - I'm Happy(12") Cardiac Records 3-4021-0 US 1991 Sell This Version
3-6021-2 DJ World Power Featuring Althea McQueen World Power Featuring Althea McQueen - I'm Happy(CD, Single, Promo) Cardiac Records 3-6021-2 DJ US 1991 Sell This Version
3-4021-0-DJ World Power I'm Happy(12", TP) Cardiac Records 3-4021-0-DJ US 1991 Sell This Version

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symixosis

April 30, 2009

What a great record. I especially like the Raggamuffin version. I am not sure who the female reggae MC is; it doesn't seem that they give her credit on the label (I doubt it is the singer/vocalist Althea McQueen, but i guess it is possible). But she kills it!! Such a cool combination of flavors. Old school NYC house, rap, and ragga - and they pull it off to great effect IMO. I suppose to some it will sound dated and will border on cheese but if you can get over that it is just a funky, feel-good gem of a tune.