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Rick WilhiteSoul Edge

Label:KDJ – KDJ 8
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House

Tracklist

AGet On Up!! (Theo's Late Dub)
RemixTheo*
B1What Do You See? (Ricky's Groove Mix)
B2What Do You See? (MM Mix)
RemixMM*
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Supported By: NJB, KDJ, Theo
Funded By: MM, S. Ingram

B1 & B2 sample Caroline Crawford - Coming On Strong.
B1 & B2 sample Cerrone - Love in C Minor.

Other Versions (5)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
What Do You See? (12")Apricot Records74321457861France1997
New Submission
What Do You See? (12", Test Pressing)Apricot Records74321 45 786-1France1997
What Do You See? (12")Filth Records74321 54526 1UK1998
Soul Edge (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, Remastered)Rush Hour (4)RH-RW2Netherlands2009
New Submission
Soul Edge (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)Rush Hour (4)RH-RW2Netherlands2009

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metatone's profile picture
metatone
'Funded by MM and S. Ingram' > Sherard Ingram aka DJ Stingray?

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baj
Theo Parrish's dub here is a masterpiece of gritty post-disco madness. Heard Kenny Larkin play this with double copies on Transmissions radio way WAY back in the stone age of the information superhighway (1997). He used two copies and bounced everything back and forth for a few minutes...the loopiness of it drove me insane at first but the track is so discordant and pungent, so unforgettably intense, I began to look forward to that part of the recording (which I would love to find by the way---it has an unreleased mix of "The Jungle" on there which is incredibly good). Caroline Crawford's voice is powerful to begin with but ...wow! Absolutely genius sampling, vocal balanced by dreamy electric piano keys. One of my favorite Theo tracks.
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dylaf
On the KDJ 8 release, Ricky's groove mix is just beyond the acceptable 'purpose' level on the rough crunch quality front & plays havoc with most systems lower end spectrum, especially the kicks. Shame, as all 3 versions are great compositions...