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SaxGive Yourself To Me / Don't Turn Your Back On Me

Label:Loudhouse Records – WAR-063
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1SaxGive Yourself To Me (Club Mix)
EngineerMike Rogers
Keyboards, Sampler [Samples]Todd Terry
A2SaxGive Yourself To Me (Rubber Dub)
EngineerMike Rogers
Keyboards, Sampler [Samples]Todd Terry
B1Sax Featuring ElanDon't Turn Your Back On Me (Halloween Mix)4:30
B2Sax Featuring ElanDon't Turn Your Back On Me (Deep House Mix)4:31
B3Sax Featuring ElanDon't Turn Your Back On Me (Funny Bone Popi)4:10

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Published by Zomba / Tonk Music.
Produced for Kaze Prods.
Mastered at Hit Factory.
Tracks A1 & A2 remixed for Small Wonder Prods.
Tracks A1 & A2 engineered at D&D Recording Studios.
Tracks B1 to B3 engineered at Power Play Studios.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 26656-0063-1
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Pressing Plant ID (B Side Embossed near spindle ring.): E A S T
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etching & Stamped): SRC WAR-063-A DMS HERbIE JR :v)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etching & Stamped): SRC WAR-063-B DMS HERbIE JR :v)

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Give Yourself To Me (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing)Warlock Records, Loudhouse RecordsWAR 063US1989
Todd Terry Presents (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Go Bang! RecordsBANG 002Netherlands1990
Give Yourself To Me (12", 45 RPM)Bellaphon120·18·008Germany1990


jancito303's avatar
Edited 2 years ago
The "Don't turn your back on me" vocals come from The Frontline Orchestra ‎– Don't Turn Your Back On Me, which is an a amazing (and somewhat rare) disco track from 1981 that was part of Larry Levan's repertoire of classics he spun at the Paradise Garage.

It is perhaps my favorite TT track, which says a lot considering the man's quality and output. Just banging.
jdang's avatar
Don't Turn Your Back On Me (Halloween Mix) is Great often overlooked. (Funny Bone Popi) is really nice classic. A side kinda sucks but who cares B is so good.
slayer_dior's avatar
Anyone here who can help out w an info on the original sound quality of the track? Bought ‘funny bone popi‘ mix as a digi file and it sounds almost as horrible as the YT-video-quality. Can't imagine Todd Terry made the original track sound that bad.
David68Turner's avatar
For me this "Don't Turn Your Back....Funny Bone Popi" is a historic!! I first heard it at Glastonbury Fest 1990 in the traveler's field outside of Glastonbury itself...Tonka Sound System and I think it was Harvey who played it. Anyway I had one of those "definitely the right trouser" moments...Aural sex at its finest! 88 - 93 Todd Terry couldn't do much wrong...Myself and my tailor salute you Sir Todd OBE!
pramster's avatar
Edited 14 years ago
Classic Todd Terry in the mix...I'm talking about the "Deep House Mix", which for me is the standout, and the track that was played at the time.

Trademark Todd beats and my opinion, one of his finest out of the many top tracks he's produced.

A hidden gem...if you're a Todd Terry fan, you should have this in your collection.