|A1||Find Our Way (Breakaway) (Club Path Remix)||6:35|
|A2||Find Our Way (Breakaway) (Club Path Dub)||6:14|
|B1||Find Our Way (Breakaway) (Jazz Path Remix)|
|B2||Find Our Way (Breakaway) (Jazz Path Dub)|
- Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Northcott Productions Ltd.
- Copyright © – Northcott Productions Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Sub-Urban Records
- Distributed By – NCP
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
- Published By – Northcott Music
- Produced For – Northcott Productions Ltd.
- Produced For – Peppermint Jam Productions
- Produced For – Elusive Productions (2)
- Remixed At – Peppermint Park Studios
- Mastered By –
- Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – ,
- Vocals, Featuring –
- Written-By, Producer –
- Barcode: 7 96915-1623-1 4
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): SU-23 A F/W RCE SRC
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): SU-23 B F/W RCE SRC
- Rights Society: BMI
|Find Our Way (Breakaway) (12", 45 RPM)||Sub-Urban||SU-21||US||1995|
|Find Our Way (Breakaway) (12", 45 RPM, Promo)||Sub-Urban||SU-21||US||1995|
|Find Our Way (Breakaway) (12", Test Pressing)||Sub-Urban||SU-21||US||1995|
|Find Our Way (Breakaway) (12")||Sweat||SWHX 031||UK||1996|
|Find Our Way (Breakaway) (The Elusive/Peppermint Jam Remixes) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)||Sweat, Sweat||SWHR 031, SWHR031||UK||1996|
- Jazz Path Remix is a fucking bomb. Why does no one care???
- Edited 3 years agoWhat starts as your basic deep house, 4/4 time, bla bla turns into something far more luscious. Well, I say basic but you're only a few bars in when you realise the snappy percussion has had your feet moving for several seconds. String stabs followed by the "Punch it out!" sample already have you grooving, when everything stops for the chord stabs.
Note you may have experienced goose pimples by now. You may be smiling and nodding your head in time. This is quite normal.
I won't dwell on the detail and spoil all the surprises but safe to say, this will be a tune I will keep for a very long time. The dub on A2 has all the above less the full lyric and some of the goosepimples. It does a good job of separating the mid-range from the top end and bass enough to accentuate both, rather than making it sound hollow. Think Boris Dlugosch meets Kathleen Murphy, they have a drink, one thing leads to another...