|A1||Shades Of Jae (Part I)|
|A2||Shades Of Jae (Part II)|
- Mastered At – National Sound Corporation
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): KDJ 21-A (NSC)
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): KDJ 23-B (NSC)
|Shades Of Jae (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM)||KDJ, KDJ||KDJ 21-A, KDJ 21-B||US||1999|
|Shades Of Jae (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)||KDJ, KDJ||KDJ 21-A, KDJ-9B||US||1999|
|Shades Of Jae (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided)||KDJ||KDJ 21-A||US||2001|
|Shades Of Jae Part 1 (12", Unofficial Release)||Not On Label (Moodymann)||Moody 001||2004|
|Shoes Of Jae (Bangin' Edit) (12", Unofficial Release, Single Sided)||Shoes||SHOES 001||US||2005|
my KDJ 21A KDJ 23B is with "the set up..." and not untitled
- Edited 2 years agoSuch wonderful music! There can't be more soul in a House record ever.
- This particular pressing has a good downbeat style on the b side, kdj 23b, which samples a Carl Craig track 'suspiria' from his 'more songs about food and revolutionary art' lp. It's worth a check if you enjoy his slower grooves.
- Time for another nerdy annotation: there are four pressings of this release: 21A/21B, 21A/9B, 21A/23B, and 21A (one-sided), all of which obviously differ only in their B-side. 21B appeared as "The Set Up" on "Forevernevermore", 9B is the only track without a Prince sample from KDJ 9, and has also been featured as a B-side to KDJ 10, and 23B is an awesome original that you really want to hear. 21A/9B and 21A/23B were, as far as I know, only distributed in Europe, especially Germany and Holland.
- This is one of those records that absolutely kills people. If you ever want to see a dancefloor spontaneously combust, or see a dancefloor completely rejuvinated. o impact This record will do just that. I've had people run in from rooms away when I've dropped this one. I've had people jumping out of their body to this record.
Original pressings include the set up, originally released on KDJ 9 u can dance...
more recent ones include a blank side.