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DionneCome Get My Lovin'

Tracklist

DionneCome Get My Lovin' (NYC Mix)8:05
DionneCome Get My Lovin' (Midway Mix)6:50
Phantom (5)Move Groove6:00

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    Version DetailsData Quality
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin', 1988, VinylCome Get My Lovin'
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Red Label
    Bigshot Records – BR-126035Canada1988Canada1988
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin', 1988, VinylCome Get My Lovin'
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Black Label
    Bigshot Records – BR-126035Canada1988Canada1988
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin', 1989, VinylCome Get My Lovin'
    12", 45 RPM
    City Beat – CBE 1245UK1989UK1989
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin' (Remix), 1989, VinylCome Get My Lovin' (Remix)
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Bigshot Records – VS-132USA & Canada1989USA & Canada1989
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin', 1989, VinylCome Get My Lovin'
    12", 45 RPM
    City Beat – CBX 1245UK1989UK1989
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin' (Remix), 1989, VinylCome Get My Lovin' (Remix)
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo
    Bigshot Records – DJVS-132USA & Canada1989USA & Canada1989
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin', 1989, VinylCome Get My Lovin'
    12", White Label, Promo
    City Beat – CBE 1245UK1989UK1989
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin', 1989, VinylCome Get My Lovin'
    7", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo
    City Beat – CBE 745UK1989UK1989
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin', 1989, VinylCome Get My Lovin'
    12", 45 RPM
    City Beat – CBE 1245UK1989UK1989
    New Submission
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin', 1989, VinylCome Get My Lovin'
    7", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo
    Silver / Navy Blue cover
    City Beat – CBE 745UK1989UK1989
    New Submission
    Cover of Come And Get My Loving Remixes 2003, 2003, VinylCome And Get My Loving Remixes 2003
    12", Single Sided, White Label
    Not On Label – GETLOVE001UK2003UK2003
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Come And Get My Loving, 2005-07-25, VinylCome And Get My Loving
    12", Single, Unofficial Release
    Not On Label – LOVIN 00120052005
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Come Get My Lovin', , CDrCome Get My Lovin'
    CDr
    Essential Media Group – noneUSUS
    New Submission

    Reviews

    • alexcolwill's avatar
      alexcolwill
      The NYC mix in particular still sounds absolutely incredible after all these years.
      • zeebianco's avatar
        zeebianco
        Edited 4 years ago
        This is the version to go for. All time classic. The red label was good but the remix takes it to the next level. If you were out in the clubs in 89 you will have lost your sh*t to this many times. That baseline!! Special mention for the E-Z mix as well which was the first version I heard on Stu Allan's house hour on Piccadilly radio in Manchester. Still have the cassette taped from the show somewhere. Memories
        • MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73's avatar
          Edited 5 years ago
          Phantom (5) Move Groove..Heard Dizzy Dee play this on Starpoint FM.. And yes! I was very . very surprised to hear the vocal back in 89... Shocked! ? I was about 17 so was looking up to these people! To this day I still feel the vocals are a bit much... I dunno ;)
          But Dionne Come Get My Lovin' (NYC Mix) is obviously the classic! I love it! Helped me alot through my teenage years...And stills does? ... "Just take a chance" always stuck in my mind..
          I didn't but there is still time..!
          BigShot label is worthy of a check!
          LandLord.......

          • Steveo33837's avatar
            Steveo33837
            Edited one year ago
            Big! The remix of Come Get My Lovin' is the one for me.

            Absolutely huge... great vocals & catchy synth keys, plus a nice track to mix with it's clear beats. When people say old skool they will mention nonsense like SL2 'On a Ragga Tip'.

            This is the real stuff, defining house music as the UK rave scene was taking off. A small piece of history, get it!

            • pigman65's avatar
              pigman65
              What a tune.Released in 1988 but really getting
              recognised in "The summer of love 89" when it
              was played at the biggest parties such as Sunrise
              down to the smallest parties at your local .
              This record was caned and caned big time,
              no shit it was IMMENSE !

              It was the first record that i was aware of
              on the Canadian Bigshot label.And this label
              was prolific releasing other classic tunes such as
              Landlord "I like it",Index "Give me a sign" and
              Amy Johnson "Let it loose" amongst others,
              all of these are brilliant tracks in their own right.
              But this track was the one ,literally .

              You listen to any old school house dj on the radio
              today and guaranteed they will play it every other week.
              This tune has more than stood the test of time .Respect !
              • NickyDungeons's avatar
                NickyDungeons
                The remix version on Bigshot black (89) is the best version to get. It has the classic vocal version that used to tear up the clubs with the solo synth begining.