Ron Trent / Joshua / Abacus / Chez DamierThe Foot Therapy EP

Label:Prescription – Pres 108
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, EP
Style:Deep House



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A: 45 RPM
B: 33 ⅓ RPM

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  • Rights Society (Runout side A, etched): PRES 108 A1 Metropolis Mastering Chicago M.J.R.
  • Rights Society (Runout side B, etched): PRES 108 B M.M.M.J.R.
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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The Foot Therapy EP (12", EP, 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)PrescriptionPRES108US1995
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The Foot Therapy EP (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, EP, Reissue)P&DPND03France2009
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The Foot Therapy EP (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, EP, Limited Edition, Reissue, Transparent)P&DPND03France2009
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  • KingSunny's avatar
    Always great to hear the sound of Sabrynnah Pope’s voice, albeit briefly as here in Abacus ‘Come On’, I met & interviewed her in ‘95, a very humble & yet spiritually-forceful presence: r.i.p.
    • wakeyladhere's avatar
      The sound quality on the re-press is RUBBISH. Seek out the original pressing.
      • wakeyladhere's avatar
        One of the greatest House records of all time. I got it the day it hit these UK shores. The Joshua (Iz) track has to be regarded as the greatest work ever presented on vinyl on this label. Mindbloeing.
        • riskeys's avatar
          • Geile-Scheibe's avatar
            i gave this a 5/5 because it is a wonderful piece, clearly. however i would never play it because its sound is too bright for my tastes. it is a bit too garage-y for me. the vocals are brash and screaming diva-esque instead of sultry and seductive. i like brash and screaming vox, but then the rhythm and melody must balance it out. i think a great example of this is norma jean bell,s and kdj's release on prescription...although norma sang in this release and was diva like in her delivery the rhythm and melody where more jazz influenced, thus making the overall track not so super bright. in this release the melodies and rhythms go in the same direction as the vocals so although it
            is a CLEAR winner strictly from style and composition, personally it is too bright a sound for me. i still give it a 5/5 because it is perfect. :-)
            • FutureFunk's avatar
              Edited 14 years ago
              This is in my opinion is pure and warm deep house music as it should be. All 3 tracks are quality but for me the track with the female vocal sample "let the spirit..." is in my top 10 of all time its that good!! The track builds nicely with some lovely strings and effected guitar.No way is this an OBVIOUS house by numbers tune.Its simple but not boring,its ron trent at his most sublime,i would go as far as too say its perfect,i would never sell my copy but if you can get your hands on one grab it you will not regret it.
              • BoomptyBoomp's avatar
                Edited 18 years ago
                Imagine going to a record store in 1995 and buying this vinyl for 5.99. Three completely different sounding superb house tracks on one vinyl, which puts all your other records to shame. This record should be a lesson to all those "labels" that give us four remixes of the same track on one vinyl, which we usually buy out of boredom. Also, to all those deaf djs who rated this 4 and below: I know a record store that has all those Alice Deejay and Spice Girl(House Remixes)on you wantlist.
                • KingOfMyCastle's avatar
                  The best Prescription release in my opinion. Amazing stuff. One of the tracks is called "Come On" by Abacus and was reworked on the Abacus - collectors edition release also by Prescription.


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