Back in 2001, this was played on BBC Radio 1 by Gilles Peterson. It took me a few days to ID it, such was the world at the time. Thankfully, within a week, I had a fresh copy in my hands!
This really is one of my all time favourite records - it just oozes class and sophistication. A wonderful, slinky bassline, hypnotic keys, and infectious vocals. This track may be hard to mix with, but it appears to have no intention of smashing up a club; it's more interesting than that, and is a far more acoustic affair than most house music from that time. The additional saxophone, which I presume is played by Norma Jean Bell herself, just adds to this immensely classy piece of music. It's the kind of song that is so infectious that it carries on playing in your mind long after the needle has reached the locked groove.
Oddly, 'Come Into My Room' doesn't appear on her album of the same name!