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Rotating Assembly*Rusty Waters

Label:Sound Signature – SS017
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House

Tracklist

AIllumination7:27
BIllumination (Reprise)7:41
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Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
BPM:
A: 113 BPM
B: 118 BPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A): SS-017-A PCMJR "HEMI"
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B): SS-017BA PCMJR "HEMI"
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Rusty Waters (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)Sound SignatureSS017US2003

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  • rekesaregood's avatar
    rekesaregood
    the bass on this is so incredibly heavy that it skips on lighter stylus weights, plays like shit on a normal ortofon red cartridge with the tracking force set to 2g, but plays perfectly on a ortofon concorde mkii mix with a tracking force of 3g. great, incredibly fat sounding record, but be aware of this!
    • ultrasound's avatar
      ultrasound
      Actually, toward the end of this record, as the kick and bass become a lot fuller, you don't have to listen too carefully to hear some low-end distortion. In fact I quite like that. It does make me wonder whether this piece was recorded at least partly to mic. Certainly the ambience has a depth and natural diffuseness which you get when you put a mic in the room and say to the guys "just play". 'Rusty Waters' is a floaty piece which stays just on the right side of house for me, despite it being played by a full band. The vocals, although not very audible (another sign that this could be 'live') are sweet and sad-sounding. The build of the whole thing from Warren Harris' solo bass licks to the mid-paced thumping close is exquisite whilst somehow remaining modest, unpolished (remember?) and understated in that good ole' Detroit way. Please go and hear it.
      • jussumen's avatar
        jussumen
        There is a certain formula how this guys get the Bass and the overall sound of the Signature Sounds series so thick . The Bass mooves from the speakers thru the walls of a flat so easy that the neighbours are likely to complain ; Same goes for Amp Fiddler , Moodyman and especially the Three Chairs series ; all stuff by Rick Wilhithe , Theo Parrish , Moodyman, Marcellus Whitmann and the others involved in these outstanding deep records got this unmistakable richness of volume . There must be a secret in the production process and the mastering in Detroit . Rusty Waters arrangements and the composition are flawless . The Rotating Assembly EP is a collaberation of 5 musicians including M. Whitmann and Theo Parrish . Awseome - this one gets better with each round = a real grower .

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