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MSG Featuring Glenn "Sweety G" TobyI Can Tell

Label:Diamond Records (4) – DI 109
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Funk / Soul
Style:Garage House, Funk, Soul

Tracklist

A1I Can Tell (Vocal)4:15
A2I Can Tell (Club)6:14
B1I Can Tell (Latin Dub)5:27
B2I Can Tell (Tellapella)5:28
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Credits

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Recorded at Power Play Studios & Ian London
Mastered at Frankford Wayne Mastering Labs
I dedicate this record to my brother Randall E. Toby

Comes in picture cover

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): DI-109-A "GOD BLESS WINIFREd A WEEMS" HERbIE JR [Smiley]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): DI-109-B HERbIE JR [Smiley]

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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I Can Tell (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Permanent Records (11)PM-6210US1994
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I Can Tell (12", White Label, Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM)Permanent Records (11)PM-6210US1995

Reviews

Pistachios's avatar
Pistachios
you hear this attitude so much in dance music, now that the scene has been around for so long. old timers claiming it was better in their day. I guess they need to feel supererior to all the other cockroaches spinning through space on this rotten log. y'all understand what I'm sayin.
jawante08101's avatar
jawante08101
Yo.

Qpchan. No disrespect but fuck this new gen of kids rollling through trying to speak on this music, and claim like they live and breathe it. We were dancing to this record BACK IN 87!!!!!

A fond memory is hearing Larry Levan PUMP this at the Sound Factory one night, literally tearing the place apart. people jamming, screaming, sweating, crying, hugging each other on the dancefloor and FEELING the music.

Something y'all kids these days can't do between trying to figure out how to dance (because they got no moves) and texting people on they smartphone on the dancefloor.

You straight have no clue.

I looked up this Max-D you speak of. I can assure you, as a teenager he wasn't rolling in his hood with a LaSonic filled with D's. And never saw Do The Right Thing at the flicks. I looked up a photo of homie, and he looked like he straight could have been in a documentary I saw on Hikikomori culture in Japan recently.

Y'all really need to stop tryin' to claim and take ownership on what you are dumbing down. Y'all making the music a little less special every claim you take.

Peace.

Jawante.
shylok's avatar
shylok
what a tune, now this is a classic that is not played out enough at revival gigs
QP.chan's avatar
QP.chan
excellent Garage House from 1987, with super tight production (see the credits line-up!!) on a very tiny label from New York. I first heard this beauty on a '87 recording from a radio mixshow from France (Stardance / Voltage FM). The DJ (Phil), at the time, was mentioning that this track could have been at least released on CBS!!! Also a favorite of DJ Sam Deemsaar (Clubdebase),he played it a lot in his mixes for the last couple of years. More recently this has been brought to light by Max D from Future Times (man of taste!) who played it in his session on the very popular "beats in space" radio show. Quite a few copies still for sale on Discogs (and for cheap) but it won't take long before this fades away and get tricky to find.