Reese & Santonio ‎– Bounce Your Body To The Box

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Bounce Your Body To The Box (Power Hit Mix) 6:29
Bounce Your Body To The Box (Smooth Groove Mix) 4:36
Force Field 5:43
The Sound (Re-Mix) 6:34

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Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

19 de diciembre de 2018
comentando Bounce Your Body To The Box, 12", KMS 012
Santonio Echols: “At that time, I just wanted a strong bassline. The drum track was done in my Kwaii R-100 using chopping hits, purple rim shot and the atomic snare. And the baseline I created at my mom’s with my Casio keyboard.
I added the 909 snares once I got to KMS studio.”
funk_wid_it

funk_wid_it

31 de marzo de 2014
editado about 1 year ago
comentando Bounce Your Body To The Box, 12", Ltd, KOOL DJ 5

This mix of 'Force Field', although no mix title given, can only be found on this UK Kool Kat Records pressing. Definitely the best mix of 'Forcefield' without a doubt,IMHO.
The so-called 'The Groove That Won't Stop (Detroit Special Mix)' is identical to the version found on KMS Records. The same with the two mixes of 'Bounce Your Body To The Box'.

Massive TIP for the exclusive mix of 'Force Field' alone - Detroit headz you need this in your collection!
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

19 de febrero de 2005
editado over 15 years ago
comentando Bounce Your Body To The Box, 12", KMS 012
"Forcefield" is undeniably a massive tune from Antonio Echols, specially the Reese Mix. With a devastating bassline, Echols included amazing rhythmic effects which match perfectly on the track, though this version has definitely Kevin Saunderson's touch. "The Sound" is another wicked production full of grooves in this EP, another property of Master Reese Saunderson.
NeviimAmos3v8

NeviimAmos3v8

4 de febrero de 2004
comentando Bounce Your Body To The Box, 12", KMS 012
This is a smooth e-p (as usual from Master Reese). "Bounce your Body to the Box" was the cut most rocked on WBMX and in the clubs in Chicago, however, "Force Field" was a welcome bonus, and "the Sound" is a groove you can never get enough of. From Blake Baxter to Rock to the Beat, I always got my moneys worth whenever I bought a record with the KMS Logo on it.

Rich - Knightyme - Chicago