Victor Romeo Presents Leatrice BrownLove Will Find A Way

Label:Dance Mania – DM 018
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Stereo
Style:House, Acid House


A1Victor Romeo Presents Leatrice BrownLove Will Find A Way (Radio)
Vocals [Uncredited]Leatrice Brown
A2Victor Romeo Presents Leatrice BrownLove Will Find A Way (Club)
Vocals [Uncredited]Leatrice Brown
BVictor RomeoAcid Rain (Rain Dance U.K. Mix)
Mixed ByTyree Cooper

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℗ © 1988
Fairshake Music BMI

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etchings): DM-018-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etchings): DM-018-B

Other Versions (5 of 11)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Love Will Find A Way (12")Jack TraxJTX 29UK1989
Love Will Find A Way (12", 45 RPM)Danceteria RecordsDANCT 4UK1991
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Love Will Find A Way (The Vice Versa Mixes) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Public DemandPPDT 24UK1997
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Love Will Find A Way (Deep Dish Remixes) (12", White Label)Public DemandPPDT 24RUK1997
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Love Will Find A Way (The Vice Versa Mixes) (12", Promo, White Label)Public DemandPPDTDJ 24UK1997


  • 8892sales's avatar
    I'm generally not big on vocal house tunes (especally those with big plonking, endless garish pianos, screamers, such as overplayed crap like Patti Day Right Before, the annoying Kaos Definition Of Love, 49ers, Rich In Paradise, Black Box, Grand Piano etc. Crap commercial dirge. I never liked them then, bloody despise them all now). If it's any consolation, I still like Dionne Come Get My Lovin' and many other vocal tracks from that era and of that particular style. I'm not a pure machine just yet, I do still have a soul somewhere in the deep recesses of my subconscious...

    However. Love Will Find A Way has that raw charm. Blending the soulful, heartfelt female vocals with the pads, twinkling piano chords, typically Chicago style TR-909 beats and hi-hats and most important of all the funky, ever recognisable TB-303 acid bassline. Such a smooth bassline. Massive on the pirate radio airwaves (Centreforce 88.3 FM, Sunrise Radio etc) and most of the warehouse parties I remember going to. Yes, much of that appreciation is nostalgia but it doesn't make it any less enjoyable. I don't particularly appreciate the vocals sampled on other tunes though, like handbaggy garage/UKG or cheesy vocal hardcore etc. The vocals were made for this record and that is it as far as I'm concerned. The original and best!

    If I'm not in the mood for singing vocals (even though the typical one word sampled cut up Chicago vocals do exist). Then there's the more tracky sounding but ultra wicked Acid Rain on the flip. Such a jolly Acid House track. It doesn't get as much love as it deserves in my opinion. Love the TB-303 on this. So cheeky and funky. I just wish there was more of the acid in the house for this one. Acid wasn't always about taking you into an oblivious state of mind but also to let you appreciate the here and now. Acid Rain is that Acid House tune.
    • djdstone's avatar
      An amazing track - with an stunning vocal. Always brings back lots of memories for me of standing in Black Market records in 1988



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