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De La SoulA Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays"

Label:Tommy Boy – TB 990
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop
Style:House, Hip Hop, Disco

Tracklist

A1What Yo Life Can Truly Be
RemixDe La Soul
VocalsVinia Mojica
4:58
A2Who's Skatin' Promo
RemixDe La Soul
VoiceRussell Simmons
Written ByJerry Cohen, McFadden & Whitehead
2:48
A3A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (Ladies Nite Decision)
RemixDe La Soul
VocalsVinia Mojica
4:11
A4A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (LP Version)
RemixDe La Soul
VocalsVinia Mojica
4:02
B1A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (Radio Home Mix)
Drums, Percussion, Producer [Additional], RemixDavid Morales
Engineer [Mix]David Sussman
3:42
B2A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (Dave's Home Mix)
Drums, Percussion, Producer [Additional], RemixDavid Morales
Engineer [Mix]David Sussman
6:23
B3A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (6:00 AM Mix)
Drums, Percussion, Producer [Additional], RemixDavid Morales
Engineer [Mix]David Sussman
6:07
B4A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (Mo Mo Dub)
Drums, Percussion, Producer [Additional], RemixDavid Morales
Engineer [Mix]David Sussman
6:03
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Notes

Also released as a promo with the same catalog number.
Recorded at Calliope Studios.
Mixed at Battery Studios.

Contains samples of:

The Mighty Ryeders' "Evil Vibrations."
Frankie Valli's "Grease."
Chicago's "Saturday In The Park."
Young-Holt Unlimited's "Light My Fire."

Printed in Canada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 16998-0990-0 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 016998099001
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): TB 990-A-DMM SPI-I HIT FACTORY COIN
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): TB 990-B-DMM SPI-I

Other Versions (5 of 55)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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A Roller Skatin' Jam Named "Saturdays" (12", Single)Fnac Music Dance Division660114France1991
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A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (CD, Maxi-Single)Tommy BoyTBCD 990US1991
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A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (12", Single)Big LifeBLR T55UK1991
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A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (12")Tommy BoyTB 1282821991
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A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Flying InternationalFIN 028Italy1991

Reviews

mungoslade's avatar
mungoslade
WOW YEARS BACK THIS RECORD WAS VERY COMMON AND CHEAP TO GET NOW ITS LIKE A GOLDEN GRAIL , FUNNY HOW PEOPLE CAN PUT A VALUE TO A RECORD IM SHOCKED,APPART FROM TWO MIXES WHICH ARE HIP HOP MIXES THE REST ARE HOUSE MIXES
humanagainchris's avatar
Just hit me that this is 30 years old.... still sounding as fresh as a daisy...(See what i did there?). A special time for our music. The house remixes aren't my thing but all the other versions are nice and fun to play around with on the decks. 10 out of 5...
gmharvard902's avatar
gmharvard902
rating: 10/10
its a really good song, it has a good beat.
balschuler's avatar
balschuler
Fun fact: the sublime David Morales 6:00am Mix was the first track ever played at the Ministry of Sound, London, in September of 1991. Jazzy M was the opening DJ who played it.
djsid86's avatar
djsid86
Another mediocre bunch of remixes. I like Morales but De La Soul is not a house band. The B side remixes just don't flow with a hip-hop track -- when will these people ever learn? The only good version as usual is the LP version which is usually the case in Hip-Hop 12" releases. They should have included the instrumental of the LP version instead of 40+ minutes of junk.

Anyway the scratching on the LP version is crazy good. One of the best heavy sampled tunes from De La Soul.
Tommy_Vercetti's avatar
Even though De La Soul "Roller Skating Jam" lists with many of their Hip Hop undeniable mega-hits, I would like to point out David Morales legendary remixes. From the view point of house music they are priceless gems and by those I mean 6:00AM Mix and Mo Mo Dub, which are strip down versions of original track that are pushed in totally different direction. This was the sign in 1990 for what is yet to come from the genius mind of Mr. Morales. It is deep house music as it always should have been: simple, profound and with hard hitting piano synth.
jephcottr's avatar
jephcottr
Wariust the original is on there it's the LP version !
Warius's avatar
Warius
I am wondering; why do most of these releases only contain mediocre to wack remixes of this top notch track, and not the original? It doesn't make sense.