Alison Limerick ‎– Where Love Lives (Come On In)

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Arista ‎– 614 208
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A1 Where Love Lives (Come On In) (Classic Mix) 6:50
A2 Where Love Lives (Come On In) (Red Zone Mix) 5:35
B Where Love Lives (Come On In) (Cut To The Bone) 5:07

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Other Versions (5 of 48) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
613 509 Alison Limerick Where Love Lives(12") Arista 613 509 UK 1990 Sell This Version
613 741 Alison Limerick Where Love Lives (Remix)(12") Arista 613 741 UK 1990 Sell This Version
CDDJPGLOBE986 Buzz Junkies Feat. Alison Limerick Buzz Junkies Feat. Alison Limerick - Where Love Lives(CD, Single, Promo, Car) All Around The World CDDJPGLOBE986 UK 2008 Sell This Version
21381597JB Alison Limerick Where Love Lives(7", Single, Jukebox, MP) ARISTA 21381597JB UK 1996 Sell This Version
LIMERICK 3 Alison Limerick Where Love Lives(12", Promo) Arista LIMERICK 3 UK 1990 Sell This Version

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soulboy1968

soulboy1968

August 26, 2014
I can't believe how many terrible remixes there are of this all time classic. The only one that ever got played back in the day and the only one that IS the song is the Classic Mix - David Morales and Frankie Knuckles ffs, why did anyone else even bother.....
manchester

manchester

September 20, 2005
edited over 4 years ago

House music that is pure perfection from start to finish (& yes you are right - should not have been meddled with). There were already perfectly good remixes of this track that came out at the time. But the mid 90s saw the rise of the superclub, the money grabbing of DJs, promoters, Remixers, Producers & Labels and thus which led to a severe lack of creative song writing which ultimately meant the end of a great era in terms of inspiring soulful House & Garage music.

For me this is Frankie Knuckles & David Morales' finest work as remixers. Their remix will go down in the anals of House music history as one of the greatest pieces of modern dance music ever. That piano intro, the awesome production and beats that still stand up today, the astoundingly good voice of Ms Limerick (by far her finest moment - how could she ever top this!) and then the stunning lyrical content that combined with all the elements mentioned, take your breath away literally. I have heard this track countless times on dancefloors & not just because it's an obvious classic but it has real meaning, depth & emotion and it never fails to move a crowd which is why DJs still turn to this true classic piece of House music soul. Mixmag were right in my opinion!
Jayfive

Jayfive

May 25, 2004
This was voted the Greatest Dance Record of All Time in Mixmag a few years ago. Pity they had to churn out stupid cheesy remixes not long afterwards.
pasadena

pasadena

January 11, 2004

The highest praise you can give a track is the level of response from the dance floor as that now famous piano hook blends over the track thats fading out. It doesn't get any better. To coin an old phrase..... they don't write them like this anymore.....!!!! Pure Quality !!
tupper41

tupper41

March 21, 2003
This is one track that I played to death in 1991. Different mixes than the remixes presented here. Of course, there's the Def Mix with Frankie Knuckles, an excellent remix by Paul Oakenfield, but the killer mix is the Spring Mix (remixer unknown at this time) that strips down the vocals, adding only a few important ones to make the case that this indeed is the place where love lives.

Eldon E. Keller
DJGIT_UK

DJGIT_UK

January 27, 2003
Even though this record was a big commercial hit, something that usually puts me off thanks to the frequency of commercial radio playlists, it remains in my eyes one of the most underground sounding vocal house tracks ever. A brilliant vocal performance helped along by one of the most memorable piano hooks in the business. Quality!