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The Underground Solution*Luv Dancin'

Label:Strictly Rhythm – SR 1220
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Deep House


A1Luv Dancin' (In Deep Mix)8:26
A2Luv Dancin' (Egotrip Mix)
RemixEgotrip (3)
B1Deep In My Mind6:16

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Recorded at M.P.C. Studios, New York, N.Y.
Special thanks to Sinister Frank J., Roman Ricardo, Manny Soba, & Egotrip.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out A-side [etched]): SR 1220 A EUROPADISK DMM S-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out B-side [etched]): SR 1220 B EUROPADISK DMM S-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A Side Etching Variant 2): SR 1220 A EUROPADISK DMM S-8
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B Side Etching Variant 2): SR 1220 B EUROPADISK DMM S-9
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A Side Etching Variant 3): SR 1220 A EUROPADISK DMM S-15
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B Side Etching Variant 3): SR 1220 B EUROPADISK DMM S-13
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 15)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Luv Dancin' (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing)Strictly RhythmSR 1220US1990
New Submission
Luv Dancin' (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Misprint)Strictly RhythmSR 1220US1990
Luv Dancin' (12", 45 RPM)10 RecordsTENX 374UK1991
Luv Dancin' (Remix) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Strictly RhythmSR 1227US1991
Luv Dancin' (12", 45 RPM, Promo)10 RecordsTENX 374 DJUK1991


chrisnova777's profile picture
Released on November 1st, 1990 what a classic release that changed everyones sense of style
richardprichard's profile picture
Yes, all about the B side for me. Eerie and deep sounds that still work.
jancito303's profile picture
Everybody raves about Luv Dancin, which is, no doubt, a great track, but to me the gem here is afterthought. So deep and mysterious it takes a while to get back to the surface after that trip down the oubliette.
Wanjya's profile picture
Rember 1974's Gil Scott Heron song "The Bottle''?
That legendary Uno, Dos, etc,etc intro.....
Have Fun.I used to play this a lot in Amsterdam Club D.O.K. during the 80''s
Love It
dmp's profile picture
Edited 5 years ago
"Luv Dancin" contains samples from:
"Exodus - Together Forever" (1982)
"Carl Bean - I Was Born This Way" (1977)
"Loose Joints - Is It All Over My Face" (1980)
"C.O.D. - In The Bottle" (1983)
dj.xray's profile picture
...this is serious music man,like a hot summer evening in june,devastating b.line.and neat n tidy dont hear things like this everday!'
kool_fraser's profile picture
Hi all
Yes, this track by the S-Man is really something special; a real slice of musical genius on par with any other New York house or garage release. The track is widely recognised as one, if not the, deepest and sexiest piece of garage music ever put to wax, and one listen shows why. The bassline is hypnotic and funky, yet still deep and mellow. The vocal, which informs the title of the track, is taken from an equally legendary slice of underground dance music from New York City, a track by Loose Joints released on West End Records entitled Is It All Over My Face, which received a remix by the great Larry Levan, DJ at the Paradise Garage. The flutes, keys, and organ all provide a quite erotic mood in the track and it's just amazing. The production is squarely aimed at the DJ floor, with appropriately timed breakdowns and track subtractions. Lastly, the sheer brilliance of this track is evinced by noting that it was made in 1990 - nearly 20 years ago. Damn Roger, you are truly the S-Man. RIP Levan, Arthur Russell, Walter Gibbons, and the Paradise Garage.
pinkychukkles's profile picture
Edited 15 years ago
What can I say? Luv Dancin' (from my own experience) was probably THE track that broke Strictly Rhythm as a label in the UK. People raved about this track, from the familiar vocal sample to the tight drum & symbol arrangement, leaning to a kind of jazz-like atmosphere, and then the flute would drop in.
ck's profile picture
a sublime track indeed , and one that should be owned on the UK pressing as the vocal dominates in a way it doesn't on the US version. I remember in the early '90's nearly wetting myself after managing to get a recording of this tune on tape after hearing it at "The Brain" on Wardour Street amidst a blur of strobe-light insanity , early house style dancing and poppers wafting through the air. I took that tape everywhere with me and never tired of playing it. I still play the record and have a fairly recent memory of hearing Roger Sanchez himself play it at a surreal "Cooking" evening hosted by LTJ Bukem and featuring Mr "I've had the same stoopid beard since time began" Sanchez as the main guest. The night failed to attract many punters indeed and you could clearly see Mr "where is that razor , I need a shave" Sanchez was not expecting such a small group as he IS a LEGEND you know... Anyway , I got the impression that he felt that he could play records he wouldn't usually get the chance to play and so played this very tune. I walked up to the DJ booth and gave him that knowing-nod. Respect. Now have a shave and get back in the studio in a mellow frame of mind ; life ain't all about tribal beats you know.