James MasonI Want Your Love

Label:Mighty Fine Records – MFR 003
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
Genre:Electronic, Funk / Soul
Style:Deep House, Downtempo


AI Want Your Love

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"Although these recordings were never meant to be released, i hope you will enjoy them.
If you have enjoyed my work in the past, i believe, perhaps, you will.
These recordings were made for record industry decision makers to judge the worthiness of my efforts versus their risk in financing another album recorded by me.
I had always thought that, if my effort was found worthy, these recordings would be redone. Except for this release by Mighty Fine Records, for which i am grateful, neither of these dreams have come true, and, therefore, this labour of love is being forwarded to you as is.
Please do not take this message as an encouragement to pass this recording by. It is not. I have put a great deal and effort and hope into these songs and sincerely hope you enjoy them". - James Mason ...
"Benita...Thanks for hanging in."
Mastered at Masterpiece, UK.
A Side: 33RPM
B Side: 45RPM
℗ 1996 Mighty Fine Records
© 1996 Mighty Fine Records
Published by James Mason Music (BMI)
'NightGruv' was recorded in 1984.
"James Mason uses:
the Technics SX-WSA1 Acoustic Synthesis System
and RAMSA professional audio products

Other Versions (5 of 7)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
I Want Your Love (CDr, )Mighty Fine RecordsMFR 003CD (P)UK1996
New Submission
I Want Your Love (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Promo, White Label, Stamped)Mighty Fine RecordsMFR 003UK1996
Recently Edited
I Want Your Love (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue)Soul Brother Records (3)12 SBT 1UK2000
Recently Edited
Nightgruv / I Want Your Love (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, Reissue, White Label, Stickered)Rush Hour (4)RH-RSS 3Netherlands2011
I Want Your Love (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue)Rush Hour (4), Rush Hour (4)RH-RSS 3, RH RSS 3Netherlands2012



  • sheffieldsound's avatar
    If anyone is thinking they 'need' an original pressing on Mighty Fine - seriously don't sweat it, the recent Rush Hour press sounds miles better.
    • bradburydoom's avatar
      Serious love for that bassline and that almost acid like synth in I Want Your Love. So good.
      • Popcornstreet's avatar
        One of the finest, one of my favorites. My question is, who sang the vocals? I'd like to hear anything else she recorded on.
        • reverberation's avatar
          inspiring recording by James, besides the sincere writing of a true musician inside the cover, the melody is absolutely touching.


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