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ErotTwo Songs For Annie

Label:Discfunction – Dis 010
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Disco

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ASong For Annie
AASecond Song For Annie
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Erot samples "Sweet 'n Sour" by The Crusaders (from the album Free As The Wind, released in 1977) on side A and "Give Me Your Love (Love Song)" by Curtis Mayfield (from the album Super Fly (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), released in 1972) on side AA.

Be aware that a mis-pressing exists with the same labels and runout etchings which is in fact DIS011: Maurice Fulton - Up.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Two Songs For Annie (12", Single, Promo)DiscfunctionDIS010UK1999

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  • 81lambert's avatar
    81lambert
    a piece of history! For anyone interested in how this area of music changed a nation check out the documentary - 'Northern Disco Lights'
    • Baaator's avatar
      Baaator
      This getting repressed would be so so so so awesome...
      • maximilianeigner's avatar
        drum programming from another planet . . . . .
        • emharvey's avatar
          emharvey
          Good news! reissue on 7" for record store day, just saw it shared on the paper recordings soundcloud page.
          • raw_kicks's avatar
            raw_kicks
            One of my favourite tracks of all time, no one has mentioned that the irresistible Rhodes ditty and hi-hats are sampled from The Crusaders - Sweet 'n Sour, couple of minutes in. Drawn out and moulded to perfection.
            • djfunk's avatar
              djfunk
              One of the finest releases I have come accross in my life, and that is always hard to tell cause I like many different styles of music. But somehow this one has it all. Deep. House. Jazz. What a fine tune
              • restless's avatar
                restless
                Two supremely elegant deep-house cuts with a light, jazzy, organic disco-tinged feel.
                "Song For Annie 1" is particularily gorgeous, with its irresistible high-pitched Rhodes gimmick.
                This is feelgood, lively music of the highest level, peppered with the right twist of sparkling melancholia, and considering that Erot produced these at the tender age of 21, it gives an accurate perspective of his exceptional talent, and the reason why he is still greatly missed and warmly remembered up to this day and further.
                • carfreecarefree's avatar
                  Edited 16 years ago
                  Wow!
                  Where to begin?
                  This track is just bananas!
                  Not only does Erot display mind-blowing drum programming skills but an acute sensitivity to melody and song structure.
                  The subtle keys are interwoven in and out of the main melodic phrase to such great effect. I was captivated for the entire 13+ minutes of this wonderful song.
                  This is hands down one the most beautiful deep house songs out there!

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