Rick says: “Manchester’s very own 808 State with their timeless classic Pacific State from the EP Quadrastate“ Continue reading Rick’s Picks 12: 808 State-Pacific State (Original Extended Version).
Rick Says: “Another big tune from 1989 that was a favourite of dancers and DJs in Britain and Spain.” Continue reading Rick’s Picks 11: Sueño Latino-Sueño Latino ( Paradise Mix)
Rick says: “Back to 1990, and Playtime Toons with Shaker Song which will remind many people of the UK rave scene, and dancing until dawn in a warehouse and looking forward to doing it again the next week.” Continue reading Rick’s Picks 10: Playtime Toons-Shaker Song
Rick says: “William Stover with a Prince-inspired vocal I’ll Never Let You Go released on Trax Records in 1987.” Continue reading Rick’s Picks 9: William-I’ll Never Let You Go (Vocal Mix).
Rick says: “Recorded in Chicago and released in 1987, Can’t Get Enough was a dancefloor filler, especially in Detroit, where it was a favourite of DJs and dancers,” Continue reading Rick’s Picks 8: Liz Torres featuring Edward Crosby-Can’t Get Enough (Club)
Rick says: “One of the earliest examples of progressive house from Gat Décor.’ Continue reading Rick’s Picks 7: Gat Décor-Passion (Naked 12” Mix).
Rick says: “The soulful side of UK house from 1988, featuring a vocal powerhouse from Kariya. Thirty years later, and it’s a timeless track and a reminder of the glory days of UK house.” Continue reading Rick’s Picks No 6: Kariya-Let Me Love You For Tonight (Original House Club 12” Mix)