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Kenny Dixon Jr.Emotional Content

Label:Intangible Records & Soundworks – INT-509
Format:
Vinyl, 12"
Country:US
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Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Deep House

Tracklist

AEmotional Content (TP's Emotionally Deep Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production]TP*
B1Emotional Content (Moodymann's Mix)
RemixMoodymann
B2Don't You Want My Love
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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Emotional Content (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)Intangible Records & SoundworksINT-509US1995
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Emotional Content (12", 45 RPM, Single Sided)JD Records (6)JDR003Spain2013
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Emotional Content (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label)JD Records (6)JDR003Spain2013
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Emotional Content (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)JD Records (6)JDR003Spain2013
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Emotional Content (12", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Promo, White Label)JD Records (6)JDR003Spain2013

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  • the_funkykingston's avatar
    Everyone talking about the Terrence Parker mix?????? HAVE YOU HEARD B2!!!!
    • Muzik_Source's avatar
      Muzik_Source
      All tracks + additional previously unreleased Terrence Parker remix available here on promo version: https://www.discogs.com/release/5906059-Kenny-Dixon-Jr-Emotional-Content
      • 3345recordsVienna's avatar
        while B1 samples Brooklyn Express – Sixty-Nine and based on "Spank" by Jimmy Bo Horne.
        • Class77's avatar
          Class77
          wow this bad boy is sexy!!! :) ! Detroit Vibes
          • biskit's avatar
            biskit
            Edited 6 years ago
            Terrence Parkers Emotionally Deep Remix of 'Emotional Content' is one of my favourite Deep House tracks. I first heard this dropped back in 1995 by Norman Jay (need I say more) and wanted the record there and then. It took me a few years to find out who had done this amazing piece of House music, and then when I found out who had produced it, it then took me a few more years to locate it on record. There was no internet then, and there wasn't many copies of this record floating about in the 90s.
            In my opinion, TP's remix is worth its weight in gold. Deep and Soulful, almost transcendent, simple but effective House music with a beautiful Trumpet sound, sampling Bruce Lee's voice "I said emotional content, not anger!" from the film Enter The Dragon with the reply "Bitch!".
            Reissued in 2013, but nothing is better than holding the original 1995 piece of wax in your hands, with its bright yellow label. Vinyl Junkies will understand. Spend that bit more and buy the original.
            • Mpendulo's avatar
              Mpendulo
              I find myself to be very unfortunate by only discovering this release 10 years after it was released.
              More so that I knew the original mix of Emotional Content only to know that I knew half the story.

              That Terrence Parker remix must be one of the most soulful reworks I have heard in a good while,
              Nicely stripped down, simple but catchy basslines over a truly touching saxophone and the wonderful arrangement of the vocals and other components.

              To be honest, I'd be lying to say that I'm a KDJ follower and maybe me recommending you to hear never mind purchase this release would be a bit much to ask
              but yet again it would be suicidal for any KDJ or even Terrence Parker follower not to have this. Simply sublime straight up house

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