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Unknown ArtistBaby, Baby Please / True Destiny

Label:Gallery (8) – ART001
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Disco, House

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ABaby, Baby Please7:21
BTrue Destiny9:30
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  • earlgreen's avatar
    earlgreen
    what a big mash-up bootleg! From classic wolf tracks to new sheepskin floor tools.
    • retrovert's avatar
      retrovert
      For the unitiated, the B is a re-edit of this Disco anthem: https://www.discogs.com/release/1195089-James-Wells-My-Claim-To-Fame
      • Kosmikone's avatar
        Kosmikone
        Re-edit up of a mash-up!
        Sampled beat from Marcello Giordani - Oh! Superman (Disco Spacer Mix) 2016
        Beat of Giordiani: (Charlie - Spacer Woman) + (Oh superman Laurie anderson)
        Vocal: Thelma Houston - Don't Leave Me This Way
        • jfgphillips's avatar
          jfgphillips
          Bought this record brand new, I seem to have a high pitch crack on baby baby please where the vocal sections come in. Is this a faulty record or do all records have this? I can't believe this is the case... I am using a technics 1210 mk2 with a Stanton TrackMaster mk 2, TII-SK stylus new. Any help much appreciated
            • Wizhard's avatar
              Wizhard
              The mash up on the A side gives a remarkable feeling to the Thelma version of Don't Leave Me This Way, it's totally crazy how far from the original Harold Melvin version we went. Still, the way the vocal is highlighted with the hypnotic baseline makes it (as previously said) one of the hottest track ever, the color that emerges from the combination of the two is absolutely insane. Future classic indeed.
              • Osmiumfunk's avatar
                Osmiumfunk
                Very simple and minimalistic edit work, A1 Baby, Baby Please mixes two tracks together, with an additional dark synth lead played on top. B1 True Destiny is your basic cut and paste disco edit. Very fascinating is the fact that mashups like this have still the potential to hit big in the underground scene and become sort of sought after future classics, I thought the big 'selling like hot cakes' mashup era remained somewhere in the last decade. Still, I give this thumbs up!
                • EL_Bootzy's avatar
                  EL_Bootzy
                  Edited 3 years ago
                  A: Baby, Baby Please

                  track samples from > Marcello Giordani ‎– "OH! Superman" (Disco Spacer Mix) (2016) ***
                  *** Original by Laurie Anderson ‎– "O Superman" (1981)

                  vocal samples from > Thelma Houston ‎– "Don't Leave Me This Way" (1976)
                  • scsimodo's avatar
                    scsimodo
                    Puh, its always hard to say that a records is the hottest you ever own .... but this one, yes, currently it is!
                    • Disco_Russ's avatar
                      Disco_Russ
                      This is a great record, both sides are scorchers and straight in my set!

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