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Soul II SoulClub Classics Vol. One

Label:10 Records – DIX 82, 10 Records – Dix 82
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop, Jazz, Reggae, Funk / Soul, Pop
Style:Soul, Acid Jazz, Deep House, Downtempo

Tracklist

A1Keep On Movin'
Arranged ByJazzie B
Arranged By [Strings]Mykaell S. Riley*
EngineerArabella Rodriguez
KeyboardsSimon Law
Programmed ByNellee*
Programmed By [Additional]Gota*
VocalsCaron Wheeler
6:00
A2Fairplay
Arranged ByJazzie B
BassAndrew Levy
KeyboardsMarco
PercussionCrispin
Programmed ByNellee*
VocalsRose Windross
Written-ByHooper*, Windross*
3:49
A3Holdin' On (Bambelela)
Arranged By, VocalsJazzie B
EngineerArabella Rodriguez
Piano, KeyboardsSimon Law
Programmed ByNellee*
Vocals [Zulu]Shikisha
Written-ByLaw*
3:50
A4Feeling Free (Live Rap)
Backing VocalsAitch B, Massive Attack
RapJazzie B
TurntablesDolby (2)
Vocals [Harmonies]Simon Law
4:13
A5African Dance
Arranged ByJazzie B
EngineerArabella Rodriguez
FluteKushite
Keyboards, PianoSimon Law
PercussionZak Ovre
Programmed ByNellee*
Written-ByLaw*
6:00
B1Dance
Arranged By, VocalsJazzie B
EngineerArabella Rodriguez
FluteKushite
Keyboards, PianoSimon Law
PercussionZak Ovre
Programmed ByNellee*
Written-ByLaw*
3:40
B2Feel Free
Arranged ByJazzie B
Arranged By [Strings]Mykaell S. Riley*
Backing VocalsCaron Wheeler
Programmed ByNellee*
Programmed By [Fairlight]Mel Wesson
VocalsDo'Reen
Written-ByHooper*
5:00
B3Happiness (Dub)
Arranged ByJazzie B
EngineerArabella Rodriguez
Programmed ByNellee*
Programmed By [Additional]Gota*
VocalsDo'Reen
Written-ByHooper*
5:30
B4Back To Life (Accapella)
EngineerArabella Rodriguez
VocalsCaron Wheeler
3:12
B5Jazzie's Groove
EngineerArabella Rodriguez
Programmed ByNellee*
Programmed By [Additional]Gota*
Vocals, Arranged ByJazzie B
Written-ByHooper*
3:12
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Track A1, A3, A5, B1, B4 & B5 recorded and mixed at Brittania Row
Track A2 recorded at Addis Ababa, Lillie Yard, Brittania Row, mixed at Brittania Row
Track A4 mixed at Westside Studios
Track B2 recorded at Addis Ababa, Lillie Yard, Brittania Row
Track B3 recorded at Brittania Row

DIX 82 = label cat#
Dix 82 = spine and sleeve/inner sleeve cat#
Track running time for A2 is incorrectly printed on label as 5:55.
Track running time for A3 is incorrectly printed on label as 4:13.

Track B4 actually consists of only 2:40 accapella. Following this the accapella is laid over the top of the same beat structure for track B5 (track B4 & B5 segue into each other).

Issued with a printed picture / credit innersleeve.

Manufactured in the UK.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 012982 508219
  • Barcode (String): 5012982508219
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A, stamped, tag etched, variant 1): DIX 82 A - 2U - 1 - 2 JA
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B, stamped, variant 1): DIX 82 B - 1U - 1 - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A, stamped, tag etched, variant 2): DIX 82 A - 2U - 1 - 3 JA
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B, stamped, variant 2): DIX 82 B - 1U - 1 - 1

Other Versions (5 of 79)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Keep On Movin' (LP, Album)VirginVL3068Canada1989
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Club Classics Vol. One (CD, Album, Stereo)10 Records, 10 Records, 10 RecordsDix cd 82, DIXCD 82, Dixcd 82UK1989
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Keep On Movin' (CD, Album)Virgin, Virgin7 91267-2, 2-91267US1989
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Club Classics Vol. One (Cassette, Album)10 Records, 10 RecordsCdix 82, CDIX 82UK1989
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Keep On Movin' (Cassette, Album, Club Edition)VirginV4-91267US1989

Reviews

Witold_G's avatar
Witold_G
Edited 9 days ago
This is where R&B-inflected dance music found its foothold out of Chicville, trading the swooping strings and rubbery bass runs of yore for breakbeats and flute solos—the gospel according to McDonald and Giles. Despite hosannas from the British press, many American critics were skeptical at the time, finding Jazzie B’s shtick to be on the wrong side of portentous; the fact that he fronted a black group who hailed from the UK probably didn’t help (cf. Sade). Time, however, has vindicated his vision, as S2S’s imprint can be found on practIcally every R&B, dance, and groove-friendly hip hop group from the ‘90s onward, especially “neo soul” practitioners like D’Angelo and Erykah Badu. His secret? An uncommon knack for musical fusion; rarely have so many disparate musical genres been blended together so seamlessly: house, hip hop, R&B, jazz, etc. Most notably in this regard, 𝘊𝘭𝘶𝘣 𝘊𝘭𝘢𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘤𝘴 marked the point when hip hop and R&B finally converged, creating a symbiotic relationship that has kept on moving to this day.
aidiothir's avatar
aidiothir
Edited 3 years ago
Very stupid thing is that they made an album without including their biggest hit in there " Back to life" but only an acappella version. I cannot forgive this, as "back to life" is a difficult single to buy. They only did this for profit.
burketop's avatar
burketop
This album still holds up so well, but with SIDE ONE on the vinyl version running some 26 minutes and the original CD being released before the days of stupid amounts of dynamic range compression ("the Loudness Wars"), the original CD here is the way to go until they do a 2LP reissue remastered from the original source material and allow this album to breathe properly.
The_Wax's avatar
The_Wax
my copy has nothing printed on the record labels, is this standard? cant see it mentioned.Great album this, at those prices everyone should have one :)
junkmale's avatar
junkmale
VGC+ copies for sale from £1.25?! (August 2015) what a snip for a piece of musical history that still sounds fresh today as it did back then. it might be a(nother) rubbish British summer but this will still lift your heart and get your feet moving :)
sy1975's avatar
sy1975
Without doubt the album that introduced me to dance music - as a kid at school these sounds were a breath of fresh air, a hint of a sound to come "the 90's" and rave culture. Base heavy, soulful vocals, amazing production a true uplifting vibe. I never tire of this album and can't get my head round the fact that its 22 years old!! This is the No1 UK House album of all time.
the_cosmic_funkonaut's avatar
Edited 17 years ago
"A smiling face, a thumping bass, for a loving race"...so decreed Soul II Soul frontman Jazzie B back in the day.
Club Classics is a beautiful record of pure soul with elements of hip-hop, r & b, reggae and house.
Tracks like 'Back To Life', 'Feelin Free', 'Jazzies Groove' and Happiness still feel as fresh, funky and vital as they did back in 1989. A true club classic.