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Master ForceHey Girl

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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

AHey Girl
Written-ByB. Felton*
BDon't Fight The Feeling
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Publisher: Meg-a-Star Music (B.M.I.)
© 1979

Produced for Rain Forest Productions, Inc.

96-08 57th Ave.
Queens, N.Y. 11368

This 12" version differs from the 7" version. The mixdown is different, as are the keys.

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  • Rights Society: BMI

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Hey Girl (7", 45 RPM)Rain Forest Records (2)001US1979
New Submission
Hey Girl / Don't Fight The Feeling (12", 45 RPM, Unofficial Release)Rain Forest (2)0012013
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Hey Girl / Don't Fight The Feeling (12", Unofficial Release, Blue)Rain Forest (2)0012013
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Hey Girl / Don't Fight The Feeling (12", Unofficial Release, Pink)Rain Forest (2)0012015
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Hey Girl / Don't Fight The Feeling (12", 45 RPM, Unofficial Release, Orange)Rain Forest (2)0012016

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AlbertHofstein's profile picture
AlbertHofstein
Edited 2 years ago
Boy ... am i glad that i bought 3 copies of this reissue, which sounds as good as the near mint and flawless (vinyl) original it was masterd from.
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beyondkontrol
Correct; the release of this was 1979, not '76 as stated in the listing, and was the only title on the label before Henderson re-named his NYC based label "Rain" records. Also pressed on 7" which in my opinion (well pointed out by Keb Darge!) is the better version with it's punchier mix, although the 12" is great in it's own right...Both are equally hard to come by these days.
In addition to the SAM receords-licenced "Dreamin" by Greg Henderson, Rain records was also home to Rome Jeffries' outstanding "Good Love" from '83, as well as the more electro sounding "Never Too Late" from '84 which also featured Jefferies on vocals, all very rare.
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karlos1965
Edited 11 years ago
I always thought it was released in 1979 not 1976.
The "brains" behind this release was Greg Henderson who had a hit of his own in the early 1980's with Dreaming, the original release of which was on the same label, Rain (the forest bit got dropped).
Very rare, usually goes for £300+