Kajsa-Try, Try Again (Mansion Mix).

The seventh single that was released on Chicago-based Sunset Records was Kajsa’s debut single, Try, Try Again. What should’ve been just the latest release for the Sunset Records in 1986 marked the end of an era. The story began when Kajsa and Scott Free wrote Try, Try Again, which they recorded at Reid Hyams’ Chicago Trax Recording Studio. When the sessions began Kajsa was joined in the studio by some familiar faces. This included engineer and Tom O’Callaghan … Continue reading Kajsa-Try, Try Again (Mansion Mix).

Kajsa-Try, Try Again (House Mix).

In 1986, Kajsa released what was to be her one and only single, Try, Try Again, which was released on Sunset Records. It was written by Kajsa and Scott Free and was recorded at Chicago Trax Recording Studio. As the sessions began at Chicago Trax Recording Studio, Kajsa was joined Steve Spapperi was about to engineer the studio and Tom O’Callaghan who was responsible for sequencing on Try, Try Again. They watched on … Continue reading Kajsa-Try, Try Again (House Mix).

Kajsa-Try, Try Again (Condo Mix)

Kajsa only ever released one single, Try, Try Again, which was released on Sunset Records in 1986.  Try, Try Again was written by Kajsa and Scott Free and was recorded at Reid Hyams’ Chicago Trax Recording Studio. When the sessions began at Chicago Trax Recording Studio, Kajsa was joined in the studio by some familiar faces. Steve Spapperi was about to engineer the studio and Tom O’Callaghan had taken charge of sequencing, Joining Kajsa … Continue reading Kajsa-Try, Try Again (Condo Mix)

Boom Boom and Master Plan-Face The Music (Dub Mix).

After the success of their debut single Electric Baile, Master Plan which featured house diva Pepper Gomez, began preparing to record their sophomore single. This time, they were about to forces with Boom Boom and record Face The Music. It was new song written by Tom O’Callaghan and Tony Badea, which featured lyrics by Pepper Gomez. She would add her vocals at the Chicago Recording Company where Face The Music was recorded. Boom Boom and Master … Continue reading Boom Boom and Master Plan-Face The Music (Dub Mix).

 Boom Boom and Master Plan-Face The Music (Radio Mix

Following the success of their debut single Electric Baile, Master Plan which featured house diva Pepper Gomez, were preparing to record their new single. This time, they were collaborating with Boom Boom when they recorded record Face The Music. Tom O’Callaghan and Tony Badea had written Face The Music which featured lyrics by Pepper Gomez. The new single was going to be recorded at the Chicago Recording Company. That was where Boom Boom and Master Plan met engineer Tom Hanson … Continue reading  Boom Boom and Master Plan-Face The Music (Radio Mix

Boom Boom and Master Plan-Face The Music (Club Mix).

Buoyed by the success of their debut single Electric Baile, Master Plan which featured house diva Pepper Gomez, were already preparing to record a new single. This time, they joined forces with Boom Boom to record Face The Music. Face The Music was written by Tom O’Callaghan and Tony Badea, and featured lyrics by Pepper Gomez. They headed to  the Chicago Recording Company where they were met by Tom Hanson who engineered the session and later, … Continue reading Boom Boom and Master Plan-Face The Music (Club Mix).

Sunset Records-The Matt Warren Years In Pictures.

Matt Warren founded Sunset Records in 1985 with his friends Miguel Garcia and brother Alex and Robert Rojo who ran the Sunset Mobile Disco. The Rojo brothers were the go-to-guys for anyone wanting a lavish and extravagant party in Chicago. Sunset Records was a new venture for the brothers and one that started with a successful release…Pump It Up. It was the first of six singles released by Sunset … Continue reading Sunset Records-The Matt Warren Years In Pictures.

Nexus 6-Take Me Higher (The Ultimate Acid Mix).

In 1988, Nexus 6, which was a new project that featured Jaime Bonet and Marco Christy, were preparing to record their debut single. This was Take Me Higher, which Jaime Bonet and Marco Christy had written and were about to record at Off World Studios. Joining Nexus 6 in the studio were engineer Dane Roewade and Matt Warren, who owned and ran AKA Dance Music. He assumed the role of executive producer during the Take Me … Continue reading Nexus 6-Take Me Higher (The Ultimate Acid Mix).

Nexus 6-Take Me Higher (Club Mix)

By 1988, house music continued to evolve, and new producers were recording and releasing singles. This included  Nexus 6, which was a new project that featured Jaime Bonet and Marco Christy. They had written Take Me Higher, which they planned to record at Off World Studios. Joining the two members of Nexus 6 who planned to produce Take Me Higher were  engineer Dane Roewade and Matt Warren, who owned and ran AKA Dance Music. He assumed the role of executive … Continue reading Nexus 6-Take Me Higher (Club Mix)

Team-The Music’s Got Me (Club Mix)

In 1988, AKA Dance Music was preparing to release The Music’s Got Me, which was the debut single by Team. This was a new project that featured La-Dell Jones and Milton Patterson. They had written, arranged and would produce The Music’s Got Me, and had decided to bring onboard Pimp to add the vocals. Recording of The Music’s Got Me, took place at Star Trax Recording where they worked with engineer Steve Spapperi. He and Matt Warren … Continue reading Team-The Music’s Got Me (Club Mix)