|Can You Feel Me?
|Head Over Heels
|What Am I Gonna Do
Tracklisting not mentioned on the record.
- Matrix / Runout: STILLOVE4MUSIC-012-A
- Matrix / Runout: STILLOVE 4 - B Re. STILLOVE4MUSIC-012-B Recut
- I've 2 different white label promos of this release. Both have white labels as opposed to the black labels shown in the master release photo.
Just like the master release one has the matrix engraving as:
STILLOVE4MUSIC-012-A and the B side as STILLOVE 4 - B Re. then underneath is written STILLOVE4MUSIC-012-B Recut. In the wax closest to the label is 0-98 718-B crossed out. It has a white label not black. Handwritten on the B-side is the date 4.3.08.
My other copy has the matrix engraving as:
STILLOVE4MUSIC-012-A and the B side as STILLOVE4MUSIC-012-B. The distance in the wax for the B2 TJ Dumas track seems wider on this version. It has a white label and not black
Both records have identical track times
- I'm sorry, no one deserves this record. That being said, this is priceless work, the main track "Can You Feel Me", is simply not to be tampered with by children. The other tracks are also hazardous and must be handled with extreme care. "Can You Feel Me"'s operation requires a license to use because it is very caustic to feet on the dancefloor. The user must know when to mix out of the track because there is a high risk of dancing so hard that hips and backs will break.
*SIgh*, if only all music was this good: Rick is a prolific, private producer not unlike his Detroitean brethren. I've seen him work behind the decks, and he is one of those DJs gifted equally in the production realm. When I saw him spin a few years ago, he played a track that he hadn't yet released, and that I have been waiting to hear put out. I recall thinking it was the best house track, (EASILY mind you), that i had EVER heard. What's he waiting for? Release that track already, the high from "Can U Feel Me" cannot last an eternity, though it will come damn near close.