No 1/2 Steppin' (Club Mix) - Shanice Wilson


No 1/2 Steppin' (Club Mix) (1987) (7'43) - Shanice Wilson.
Produced and Remixed by Bryan Loren for Left-Handed Productions.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Remix Engineers: Paul McKenna and Bryan Loren.
Assistant: John Hegedes.
(P) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

No 1/2 Steppin' (Club Mix) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of No 1/2 Steppin', Cat. No. SP-12256.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of No 1/2 Steppin' released in 1987 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-12256:

Side A

1. Club Mix / 7'42
2. 7" Edit / 3'55

Produced and Remixed by Bryan Loren for Left-Handed Productions.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Remix Engineers: Paul McKenna and Bryan Loren.
Assistant: John Hegedes.
(P) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

Side B

1. Radio Version / 5'45
2. Dub Version / 4'10

Produced and Remixed by Bryan Loren for Left-Handed Productions.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Remix Engineers: Paul McKenna and Bryan Loren.
Assistant: John Hegedes.
(P) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

The album version of No 1/2 Steppin' appears on Discovery, the debut album by Shanice first released in 1987.

Track listing for the U.S. CD verison of Discovery released in 1987 on A&M Records. Cat. No. CD 5128 / DX 1682:

1. I Think I Love You / 3'39
2. No 1/2 Steppin' / 4'55
3. (Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance / 4'47
4. Spend Some Time With Me / 3'59
5. He's So Cute / 3'38
6. I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend / 4'36
7. Do I Know You / 5'39
8. Just A Game / 4'31
9. The Way You Love Me / 4'12

Produced by Bryan Loren for Left-Handed Productions.
(P) & (C) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
of No 1/2 Steppin'. A&M Records. Cat. No.
SP-12256. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend (Miami Mix) - Shanice Wilson


I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend (Miami Mix) (1987) (6'03) - Shanice Wilson.
Written by Basil Lordsby.
Produced by Bryan Loren.
Additional Production by Phil Harding & Ian Curnow for PWL.
Edited by Rory K.
Mixed by "Mixmaster" Phil Harding.
(P) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend (Miami Mix) appears on Side B of the U.K. 12" vinyl pressing of I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend, Cat. No. USAF 625.

Track listing for the U.K. 12" vinyl pressing of I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend released in 1987 on Breakout, a subsidiary label of A&M Records. Cat. No. USAF 625:

Side A

1. Urban Mix / 7'20

Written by Basil Lordsby.
Produced by Bryan Loren.
Associate Producer: John McClain.
Additional Production by Phil Harding & Ian Curnow for PWL.
Mixed by "Mixmaster" Phil Harding, Rory K. & Jamie Bromfield.
Edited by Rory K.
(P) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

Side B

1. Underground Dub Mix / 5'00 *
2. Miami Mix / 6'01 **

Written by Basil Lordsby.
Produced by Bryan Loren.
Additional Production by Phil Harding & Ian Curnow for PWL.
Edited by Rory K.
* Mixed by "Mixmaster" Phil Harding, Rory K. & Jamie Bromfield.
** Mixed by "Mixmaster" Phil Harding.
(P) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

The album version of I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend appears on Discovery, the debut album by Shanice first released in 1987.

Track listing for the U.S. CD verison of Discovery released in 1987 on A&M Records. Cat. No. CD 5128 / DX 1682:

1. I Think I Love You / 3'39
2. No 1/2 Steppin' / 4'55
3. (Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance / 4'47
4. Spend Some Time With Me / 3'59
5. He's So Cute / 3'38
6. I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend / 4'36
7. Do I Know You / 5'39
8. Just A Game / 4'31
9. The Way You Love Me / 4'12

Produced by Bryan Loren for Left-Handed Productions.
(P) & (C) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

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Record label for Side B of UK 12" vinyl pressing
of "I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend". A&M Records.
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(Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance (Club Mix) - Shanice Wilson


(Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance (Club Mix) (1987) (7'01) - Shanice Wilson.
Produced and Remixed by Bryan Loren.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Engineer: Paul McKenna.
Second Engineer: John Hegedes.
(P) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

(Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance (Club Mix) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of (Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance, Cat. No. SP-12235.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of released in 1987 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-12235:

Side 1

1. Club Mix / 6'58
2. Instrumental / 5'44

Produced and Remixed by Bryan Loren.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Engineer: Paul McKenna.
Second Engineer: John Hegedes.
(P) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

Side 2

1. Radio Mix / 5'44

Produced and Remixed by Bryan Loren.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Engineer: Paul McKenna.
Second Engineer: John Hegedes.
(P) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

2. The Shep Pettibone Mix / 6'53

Produced by Bryan Loren.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Additional Production by Shep Pettibone for Mastermix Productions.
Mix Engineer: Bob Rosa.
Edited by Shep Pettibone & Tuta Aquino.
(P) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

The album version of (Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance appears on Discovery, the debut album by Shanice first released in 1987.

Track listing for the U.S. CD verison of Discovery released in 1987 on A&M Records. Cat. No. CD 5128 / DX 1682:

1. I Think I Love You / 3'39
2. No 1/2 Steppin' / 4'55
3. (Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance / 4'47
4. Spend Some Time With Me / 3'59
5. He's So Cute / 3'38
6. I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend / 4'36
7. Do I Know You / 5'39
8. Just A Game / 4'31
9. The Way You Love Me / 4'12

Produced by Bryan Loren for Left-Handed Productions.
(P) & (C) 1987 A&M Records, Inc.

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Record label for Side A of US 12" vinyl pressing
of "(Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance". A&M Records.
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Wordy Rappinghood (Special 12" Version) - Tom Tom Club


Wordy Rappinghood (Special 12" Version) (1981) (6'28) - Tom Tom Club.
Produced by Steven Stanley, Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz.
(P) 1981 Sire Record Company.

N.B. Wordy Rappinghood (Special 12" Version) may be the same mix as the version found on Tom Tom Club, the eponymous album first released in 1981.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Tom Tom Club released in 1981 on Sire Records. Cat. No. SRK 3628:

Side 1

1. Wordy Rappinghood / 6'27
2. Genius of Love / 5'34
3. Tom Tom Theme / 1'25
4. L'Elephant / 4'50
Side 2

1. As Above, So Below / 5'23
2. Lorelei / 5'05
3. On, On, On, On... / 3'33
4. Booming And Zooming / 4'32

Produced by Steven Stanley, Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz.
(P) & (C) 1981 Sire Records Co.

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Record label for Front Side of US 12" vinyl
pressing of Wordy Rappinghood. Sire Records. Cat.
No. DSRE 49817. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) (Extended Club Mix) - Paul Young


Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) (Extended Club Mix) (1983) (6'01) - Paul Young.
Written by Norman Whitfield, Marvin Gaye and Barrett Strong.
Produced by Laurie Latham.
(P) 1983 CBS Inc.

"I remember we started off with a completely different drum pattern. We'd got the tempo, but it had a rather Phil Spector-style 'dum, dum-dum' beat to it. We'd put a rough bass part down, but then heard that Pino [Palladino] might be interested in playing on something. So we thought, let's get him in to play on this then. He heard the song, or the arrangement - and it made us stop and think, hang on, this could go in a completely different direction. So really, Pino led us into that arrangement." - Quote by Paul Young, May 2013, from the liner notes for the 2-CD collection, Remixes And Rarities, Cherry Pop Records, Cat. No. CRPOPD128, released in 2013.

Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) (Extended Club Mix) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) / Sex, Cat. No. 44-04077.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) / Sex released in 1983 on Columbia Records. Cat. No. 44-04077:

Side A

1. Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) (Extended Club Mix) / 5'59

Written by Norman Whitfield, Marvin Gaye and Barrett Strong.
Produced by Laurie Latham.
(P) 1983 CBS Inc.

Side B

1. Sex (Extended Club Mix) / 7'00

Written by Jack Lee.
Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions Ltd.
(P) 1983 CBS Inc.

The album version of Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) appears on No Parlez, Paul Young's debut album first released in 1983.

Track listing for the U.K. vinyl pressing of No Parlez released in 1983 on CBS Records. Cat. No. CBS 25521:

Side 1

1. Come Back and Stay (Jack Lee) / 4'57
2. Love Will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division) / 5'00
3. Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) (Marvin Gaye, Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong) / 5'18 *
4. Ku-Ku Kurama (Steve Bolton) / 4'19
5. No Parlez (Anthony Moore) / 4'57
Side 2

1. Love of The Common People (John Hurley / Ronnie Wilkins) / 4'56 *
2. Oh Women (Jack Lee adapted by Paul Young / Jimmie O'Neill) / 3'35
3. Iron Out The Rough Spots (Booker T. Jones / Dave Porter / Steve Cropper) / 4'47 *
4. Broken Man (Paul Young / Ian Kewley) / 3'54
5. Tender Trap (Paul Young / Ian Kewley) / 4'32
6. Sex (Jack Lee) / 4'49

Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions.
(P) 1983 CBS Records except
* (P) 1982 CBS Records.

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Sex (Extended Club Mix) (1983) (6'52) - Paul Young.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
of "Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home)".
Columbia Records. Cat. No. 44-04077.
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Sex (Extended Club Mix) - Paul Young


Sex (Extended Club Mix) (1983) (6'52) - Paul Young.
Written by Jack Lee.
Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions Ltd.
(P) 1983 CBS Inc.

"This (Sex) was one where we'd already done the demo, and again, Laurie remixed it to show off his capabilities to the record company, and I really loved it. Then we appeared on The Tube, and as can happen when you're young and easily excited, the tempo it was supposed to be, got raised a little by the time we were on TV, and playing live, and the song became a bit more manic than the demo. When we got back in the studio that weekend. Laurie said, 'That's the way we should cut Sex; we should do it exactly like you did it on The Tube'. So that's what we did. "I decided I'd get as many people saying 'sex' as possible at the beginning of the song. I'd carry around this tape recorder and when I'd meet other pop stars such as Mari Wilson, I'd get them to say 'sex'. I even got Maggie Thatcher, when she was on TV talking to someone about 'Middlesex' - I chopped off the 'middle' and just used the 'sex' bit! it just made me smile every time I heard it". - Quote by Paul Young, May 2013, from the liner notes for the 2-CD collection, Remixes And Rarities, Cherry Pop Records, Cat. No. CRPOPD128, released in 2013.

Sex (Extended Club Mix) appears on Side B of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) / Sex, Cat. No. 44-04077.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) / Sex released in 1983 on Columbia Records. Cat. No. 44-04077:

Side A

1. Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) (Extended Club Mix) / 5'59

Written by Norman Whitfield, Marvin Gaye and Barrett Strong.
Produced by Laurie Latham.
(P) 1983 CBS Inc.

Side B

1. Sex (Extended Club Mix) / 7'00

Written by Jack Lee.
Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions Ltd.
(P) 1983 CBS Inc.

The album version of Sex appears on No Parlez, Paul Young's debut album first released in 1983.

Track listing for the U.K. vinyl pressing of No Parlez released in 1983 on CBS Records. Cat. No. CBS 25521:

Side 1

1. Come Back and Stay (Jack Lee) / 4'57
2. Love Will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division) / 5'00
3. Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) (Marvin Gaye, Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong) / 5'18 *
4. Ku-Ku Kurama (Steve Bolton) / 4'19
5. No Parlez (Anthony Moore) / 4'57
Side 2

1. Love of The Common People (John Hurley / Ronnie Wilkins) / 4'56 *
2. Oh Women (Jack Lee adapted by Paul Young / Jimmie O'Neill) / 3'35
3. Iron Out The Rough Spots (Booker T. Jones / Dave Porter / Steve Cropper) / 4'47 *
4. Broken Man (Paul Young / Ian Kewley) / 3'54
5. Tender Trap (Paul Young / Ian Kewley) / 4'32
6. Sex (Jack Lee) / 4'49

Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions.
(P) 1983 CBS Records except
* (P) 1982 CBS Records.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
of "Sex". Columbia Records. Cat. No.
44-04077. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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Love of The Common People (Extended Club Mix) - Paul Young


Love of The Common People (Extended Club Mix) (1983) (5'51) - Paul Young.
Written by John Hurley and Ronnie Wilkins.
Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions Ltd.
(P) 1983 CBS Inc.

"The record company wanted to put Love Will Tear Us Apart out as a single, but I felt it was a great album track and it would help sell the album. So I suggested we re-release Love of The Common People because it already had sleigh bells on it [it was re-released in November '83]. We put them on as a sound, not because we had any thoughts of releasing it at Christmas, but looking back, it seems like it was perfect". - Quote by Paul Young, May 2013, from the liner notes for the 2-CD collection, Remixes And Rarities, Cherry Pop Records, Cat. No. CRPOPD128, released in 2013.

Love of The Common People (Extended Club Mix) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Love of The Common People / Come Back And Stay, Cat. No. CBS 25521.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Love of The Common People / Come Back And Stay released in 1983 on Columbia Records. Cat. No. CBS 25521:

Side A

1. Love of The Common People (Extended Club Mix) / 5'50
Written by John Hurley and Ronnie Wilkins.
Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions.
(P) 1983 CBS Inc.

Side B

1. Come Back And Stay (Extended Club Mix / 7'32
Written by Jack Lee.
Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions.
(P) 1983 CBS Inc.

The album version of Love of The Common People appears on No Parlez, Paul Young's debut album first released in 1983.

Track listing for the U.K. vinyl pressing of No Parlez released in 1983 on CBS Records. Cat. No. CBS 25521:

Side 1

1. Come Back and Stay (Jack Lee) / 4'57
2. Love Will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division) / 5'00
3. Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) (Marvin Gaye, Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong) / 5'18 *
4. Ku-Ku Kurama (Steve Bolton) / 4'19
5. No Parlez (Anthony Moore) / 4'57
Side 2

1. Love of The Common People (John Hurley / Ronnie Wilkins) / 4'56 *
2. Oh Women (Jack Lee adapted by Paul Young / Jimmie O'Neill) / 3'35
3. Iron Out The Rough Spots (Booker T. Jones / Dave Porter / Steve Cropper) / 4'47 *
4. Broken Man (Paul Young / Ian Kewley) / 3'54
5. Tender Trap (Paul Young / Ian Kewley) / 4'32
6. Sex (Jack Lee) / 4'49

Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions.
(P) 1983 CBS Records except
* (P) 1982 CBS Records.

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Sex (Extended Club Mix) (1983) (6'52) - Paul Young.
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Record label for Side A of US 12" vinyl pressing
of "Love of The Common People". Columbia Records.
Cat. No. 44-04999. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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Iron Out The Rough Spots (Extended Version) - Paul Young


Iron Out The Rough Spots (Extended Version) (1982) (7'31) - Paul Young.
Written by Booker T. Jones, Dave Porter and Steve Cropper.
Produced by Laurie Latham.
(P) 1982 CBS Records.

"I think this is my favourite out of all Laurie's remixes. Iron Out The Rough Spots was the nucleus of the No Parlez album, which was me with a rare old soul song that no one really knows, and I'm going to take it and do a modern version of it. This was influenced by the Tom Tom Club. I wanted lots of little quirky sounds. So it was perfect for a remix because there were samples - one sounded like a little toy train - and I always loved the sound of bass synthesizers, and I think that's quite a strong part of the sound on this record." - Quote by Paul Young, May 2013, from the liner notes for the 2-CD collection, Remixes And Rarities, Cherry Pop Records, Cat. No. CRPOPD128, released in 2013.

Iron Out The Rough Spots (Extended Version) appears on Side 1 of the U.K. 12" vinyl pressing of Iron Out The Rough Spots, Cat. No. .

Track listing for the U.K. 12" vinyl pressing of Iron Out The Rough Spots released in 198 on Records. Cat. No. :

Side 1

1. Iron Out The Rough Spots (Extended Version) /

Written by Booker T. Jones, Dave Porter and Steve Cropper.
Produced by Laurie Latham.
(P) 1982 CBS Records.

Side 2

1. Behind Your Smile /

Written by Paul Young & Ian Kewley.
Produced by Paul & The Rev.
Remxied by Laurie Latham
(P) 1982 CBS Records.

The album version of Iron Out The Rough Spots appears on No Parlez, Paul Young's debut album first released in 1983.

Track listing for the U.K. vinyl pressing of No Parlez released in 1983 on CBS Records. Cat. No. CBS 25521:

Side 1

1. Come Back and Stay (Jack Lee) / 4'57
2. Love Will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division) / 5'00
3. Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) (Marvin Gaye, Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong) / 5'18 *
4. Ku-Ku Kurama (Steve Bolton) / 4'19
5. No Parlez (Anthony Moore) / 4'57
Side 2

1. Love of The Common People (John Hurley / Ronnie Wilkins) / 4'56 *
2. Oh Women (Jack Lee adapted by Paul Young / Jimmie O'Neill) / 3'35
3. Iron Out The Rough Spots (Booker T. Jones / Dave Porter / Steve Cropper) / 4'47 *
4. Broken Man (Paul Young / Ian Kewley) / 3'54
5. Tender Trap (Paul Young / Ian Kewley) / 4'32
6. Sex (Jack Lee) / 4'49

Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions.
(P) 1983 CBS Records except
* (P) 1982 CBS Records.

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Record label for Side 1 of UK 12" vinyl pressing
of "Iron Out The Rough Spots". CBS Records. Cat.
No. XPR 1243. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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Come Back And Stay (Scratch Mix) - Paul Young


Come Back And Stay (Scratch Mix) (1983) (7'57) - Paul Young.
Written by Jack Lee.
Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions.
(P) 1983 CBS Records.

N.B. Come Back And Stay (Scratch Mix) is the same as Come Back And Stay (Extended Club Mix) (1983) (7'57) - Paul Young that may be found elsewhere on this blog.

"It (Come Back And Stay) was number one in Germany for six weeks! I do remember I went to do an Italian TV show and they put us on the stage and the twelve-inch version came on... and everyone was looking at each other. In the end it was quicker for me to go into the play booth and edit the twelve-inch remix back down to the single version. I was in and out of the studio a lot when Laurie [Latham] was doing those mixes, so I could remember where the edits were." - Quote by Paul Young, May 2013, from the liner notes for the 2-CD collection, Remixes And Rarities, Cherry Pop Records, Cat. No. CRPOPD128, released in 2013.

The album version of Come Back And Stay appears on No Parlez, Paul Young's debut album first released in 1983.

Track listing for the U.K. vinyl pressing of No Parlez released in 1983 on CBS Records. Cat. No. CBS 25521:

Side 1

1. Come Back and Stay (Jack Lee) / 4'57
2. Love Will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division) / 5'00
3. Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) (Marvin Gaye, Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong) / 5'18 *
4. Ku-Ku Kurama (Steve Bolton) / 4'19
5. No Parlez (Anthony Moore) / 4'57
Side 2

1. Love of The Common People (John Hurley / Ronnie Wilkins) / 4'56 *
2. Oh Women (Jack Lee adapted by Paul Young / Jimmie O'Neill) / 3'35
3. Iron Out The Rough Spots (Booker T. Jones / Dave Porter / Steve Cropper) / 4'47 *
4. Broken Man (Paul Young / Ian Kewley) / 3'54
5. Tender Trap (Paul Young / Ian Kewley) / 4'32
6. Sex (Jack Lee) / 4'49

Produced by Laurie Latham for LOL Productions.
(P) 1983 CBS Records except
* (P) 1982 CBS Records.

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Front of record sleeve for French 12" vinyl
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Mix)". CBS Records. Cat. No. 12.4321.
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Love Sensation (Original 12" Mix) - Loleatta Holloway


Love Sensation (Original 12" Mix) (1980) (6'34) - Loleatta Holloway.
Written and Produced by Dan Hartman.
Arranged by Norman Harris.
Mixed by Tom Moulton.
(P) 1980 Gold Mind Records.

N.B. Love Sensation (Original 12" Mix) is the same mix as Love Sensation (Tom Moulton Mix) (1980) (6'34) - Loleatta Holloway that may be found elsewhere on this blog.

"And all I wanna say is thank you baby, cause you're right on time"...

Love Sensation is the title track of an album by Loleatta Holloway first released on Gold Mind Records, a subsidary of Salsoul Records, in 1980. The song, released as a single in the latter part of 1980, topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart for just one week (September 20, 1980). It was succeeded in the chart by Can't Fake The Feeling by Geraldine Hunt.

Track listing for the Japanese vinyl pressing of Love Sensation released in 1981 on Salsoul Records. Manufactured by RVC Corporation, Tokyo, Japan. Cat. No. RPL-8038:

Side 1

1. Love Sensation / 6'15
2. Long Hard Climb To Love / 4'37
3. Short End of The Stick / 3'12
4. I've Been Loving You Too Long / 4'35
Side 2

1. Two Became A Crowd / 5'23
2. Dance What'Cha Wanna / 5'10
3. My Way / 5'30
4. I'll Be Standing There / 4'50

Executive Producers: Joe Cayre, Stan Cayre and Ken Cayre.
(P) 1981 Salsoul Record Corp.

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Record label for Side A of US 12" vinyl pressing
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Ain't No Mountain High Enough (The Garage Version) - Inner Life ft. Jocelyn Brown


Ain't No Mountain High Enough (The Garage Version) (1981) (10'27) - Inner Life ft. Jocelyn Brown.
Written by Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson.
Produced by Patrick Adams and Greg Carmichael.
Arranged by Patrick Adams.
Mixed by Larry Levan.
(P) 1981 Salsoul Record Corp.

Ain't No Mountain High Enough (The Garage Version) appears on Side B of the promotional U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Cat. No. SG 350.

Track listing for the promotional U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Ain't No Mountain High Enough released in 1981 on Salsoul Records. Cat. No. SG 350:

Side A

1. Ain't No Mountain High Enough / 7'32

Written by Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson.
Produced by Patrick Adams and Greg Carmichael.
Arranged by Patrick Adams.
Mixed by Larry Levan.
(P) 1981 Salsoul Record Corp.

Side B

1. Ain't No Mountain High Enough (The Garage Version) / 10'28

Written by Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson.
Produced by Patrick Adams and Greg Carmichael.
Arranged by Patrick Adams.
Mixed by Larry Levan.
(P) 1981 Salsoul Record Corp.

The album version of Ain't No Mountain High Enough appears on Inner Life, the eponymous album first released in 1981.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Inner Life released in 1981 on Salsoul Records. Cat. No. SA 8543:

Side 1

1. It's You (Jocelyn Brown) / 5'25
2. Ain't No Mountain High Enough (Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson) / 7'53
3. Pay Girl (Jocelyn Brown) / 5'58
Side 2

1. (Knock Out) Let's Go Another Round (Stan Lucas and B. Matthes) / 7'03
2. Live It Up (Stan Lucas) / 4'05
3. Make It Last Forever (Patrick Adams & Greg Carmichael) / 8'20

(P) 1981 Salsoul Record Corp.

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Record label for Side B of promotional U.S. 12"
vinyl pressing of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough
(The Garage Version)". Salsoul Records. Cat.
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When I Think of You (Extra Beats) - Janet Jackson


When I Think of You (Extra Beats) (1986) (2'01) - Janet Jackson.
Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producer: Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Rhythm & Vocal Arrangers: Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

When I Think of You is the third song released as a single from Janet Jackson's 3rd studio album, Control. The song topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart for 1 week in October, 1986, and in doing so, became Janet's first U.S. No. 1 record. The song also topped the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart for 3 weeks in late 1986.

When I Think of You (Extra Beats) appears on Side B of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of When I Think of You, Cat. No. SP-12193.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of When I Think of You released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-12193:

Side A

1. Dance Remix / 6'25

Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producer: Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Rhythm & Vocal Arrangers: Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

Side B

1. Instrumental / 4'00
2. Extra Beats / 2'00
3. Dub/A Cappella / 3'15

Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producer: Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Rhythm & Vocal Arrangers: Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

The album version of When I Think of You appears on Control, Janet Jackson's third studio album first released in 1986.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Control released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-5106:

Side 1

1. Control / 5'55
2. Nasty / 4'00
3. What Have You Done For Me Lately / 4'41
4. You Can Be Mine / 5'12
Side 2

1. The Pleasure Principle / 4'58 *
2. When I Think of You / 3'57
3. He Doesn't Know I'm Alive / 3'30
4. Let's Wait Awhile / 4'36 **
5. Funny How Time Flies (When You're Having Fun) / 4'27

Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
* Produced by Monte Moir for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
** Produced by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
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No. SP-12193. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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When I Think of You (Dance Remix) - Janet Jackson


When I Think of You (Dance Remix) (1986) (6'29) - Janet Jackson.
Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producer: Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Rhythm & Vocal Arrangers: Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

When I Think of You is the third song released as a single from Janet Jackson's 3rd studio album, Control. The song topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart for 1 week in October, 1986, and in doing so, became Janet's first U.S. No. 1 record. The song also topped the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart for 3 weeks in late 1986.

When I Think of You (Dance Remix) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of When I Think of You, Cat. No. SP-12193.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of When I Think of You released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-12193:

Side A

1. Dance Remix / 6'25

Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producer: Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Rhythm & Vocal Arrangers: Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

Side B

1. Instrumental / 4'00
2. Extra Beats / 2'00
3. Dub/A Cappella / 3'15

Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producer: Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Rhythm & Vocal Arrangers: Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

The album version of When I Think of You appears on Control, Janet Jackson's third studio album first released in 1986.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Control released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-5106:

Side 1

1. Control / 5'55
2. Nasty / 4'00
3. What Have You Done For Me Lately / 4'41
4. You Can Be Mine / 5'12
Side 2

1. The Pleasure Principle / 4'58 *
2. When I Think of You / 3'57
3. He Doesn't Know I'm Alive / 3'30
4. Let's Wait Awhile / 4'36 **
5. Funny How Time Flies (When You're Having Fun) / 4'27

Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
* Produced by Monte Moir for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
** Produced by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
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What Have You Done For Me Lately (Extended Mix) - Janet Jackson


What Have You Done For Me Lately (Extended Mix) (1986) (7'00) - Janet Jackson.
Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producer: Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Rhythm & Vocal Arrangers: Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

What Have You Done For Me Lately is the first song released as a single from Janet Jackson's third studio album, Control.

Released in January 1986, What Have You Done For Me Lately was a No. 1 hit on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart. On the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart, the song peaked at No. 2.

What Have You Done For Me Lately (Extended Mix) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of What Have You Done For Me Lately, Cat. No. SP-12167.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of What Have You Done For Me Lately released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-12167:

Side A

1. Extended Mix / 7'00

Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producer: Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Rhythm & Vocal Arrangers: Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

Side B

1. Dub Version / 6'35
2. A Cappella Version / 2'19

Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producer: Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
Rhythm & Vocal Arrangers: Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

The album version of What Have You Done For Me Lately appears on Control, Janet Jackson's third studio album first released in 1986.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Control released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-5106:

Side 1

1. Control / 5'55
2. Nasty / 4'00
3. What Have You Done For Me Lately / 4'41
4. You Can Be Mine / 5'12
Side 2

1. The Pleasure Principle / 4'58 *
2. When I Think of You / 3'57
3. He Doesn't Know I'm Alive / 3'30
4. Let's Wait Awhile / 4'36 **
5. Funny How Time Flies (When You're Having Fun) / 4'27

Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
* Produced by Monte Moir for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
** Produced by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
of "What Have You Done For Me Lately".
A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-12167.
Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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Nasty (Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 2) - Janet Jackson


Nasty (Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 2) (1987) (10'12) - Janet Jackson.
Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Mix Engineer: Steve Hodge.
Mix Consultant: H. Dale Morrow.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

"Gimme A Beat!"...

Nasty (Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 2) appears on Side B of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Nasty, Cat. No. SP-12196.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Nasty released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-12196:

Side A

1. Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 1 / 7'57

Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Mix Engineer: Steve Hodge.
Mix Consultant: H. Dale Morrow.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

Side B

1. Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 2 / 10'09

Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Mix Engineer: Steve Hodge.
Mix Consultant: H. Dale Morrow.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

The album version of Nasty appears on Control, Janet Jackson's third studio album first released in 1986.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Control released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-5106:

Side 1

1. Control / 5'55
2. Nasty / 4'00
3. What Have You Done For Me Lately / 4'41
4. You Can Be Mine / 5'12
Side 2

1. The Pleasure Principle / 4'58 *
2. When I Think of You / 3'57
3. He Doesn't Know I'm Alive / 3'30
4. Let's Wait Awhile / 4'36 **
5. Funny How Time Flies (When You're Having Fun) / 4'27

Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
* Produced by Monte Moir for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
** Produced by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

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The Pleasure Principle (12" Dub) (1986) (6'59) - Janet Jackson.
The Pleasure Principle (Long Vocal) (1986) (7'28) - Janet Jackson.
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Record label for Side B of US 12" vinyl pressing
of Nasty (Cool Summer Mix, Part II). A&M Records.
Cat. No. SP-12196. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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Nasty (Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 1) - Janet Jackson


Nasty (Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 1) (1987) (8'00) - Janet Jackson.
Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Mix Engineer: Steve Hodge.
Mix Consultant: H. Dale Morrow.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

"Gimme A Beat!"...

Nasty (Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 1) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Nasty, Cat. No. SP-12196.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Nasty released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-12196:

Side A

1. Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 1 / 7'57

Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Mix Engineer: Steve Hodge.
Mix Consultant: H. Dale Morrow.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

Side B

1. Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 2 / 10'09

Written by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Mix Engineer: Steve Hodge.
Mix Consultant: H. Dale Morrow.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

The album version of Nasty appears on Control, Janet Jackson's third studio album first released in 1986.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Control released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-5106:

Side 1

1. Control / 5'55
2. Nasty / 4'00
3. What Have You Done For Me Lately / 4'41
4. You Can Be Mine / 5'12
Side 2

1. The Pleasure Principle / 4'58 *
2. When I Think of You / 3'57
3. He Doesn't Know I'm Alive / 3'30
4. Let's Wait Awhile / 4'36 **
5. Funny How Time Flies (When You're Having Fun) / 4'27

Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
* Produced by Monte Moir for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
** Produced by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

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Control (The Video Mix) (1986) (6'05) - Janet Jackson.
The Pleasure Principle (12" Dub) (1986) (6'59) - Janet Jackson.
The Pleasure Principle (Long Vocal) (1986) (7'28) - Janet Jackson.
What Have You Done For Me Lately (Extended Mix) (1986) (7'00) - Janet Jackson.
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Record label for Side A of US 12" vinyl pressing
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The Pleasure Principle (Long Vocal) - Janet Jackson


The Pleasure Principle (Long Vocal) (1986) (7'28) - Janet Jackson.
Produced and Written by Monte Moir for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producers: Janet Jackson and Steve Wiese.
Rhythm Arranger: Monte Moir.
Vocal Arrangers: Monte Moir and Janet Jackson.
Edited by Shep Pettibone and Tuta Aquino.
Mix Engineer: Bob Rosa.
Additional Production by Shep Pettibone for Mastermix Productions.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

N.B. The Pleasure Principle (Long Vocal) is the same mix as The Pleasure Principle (Long Vocal Remix) (1986) (7'28) - Janet Jackson that may be found elsewhere on this blog.

The Pleasure Principle is the 6th song to be released as a single from Janet Jackson's 3rd studio album, Control. The song peaked at No. 14 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, and at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Dance Club play charts. The 4 mixes for the U.S. pressing of the 12" single were produced by Shep Pettibone.

The Pleasure Principle (Long Vocal) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of The Pleasure Principle, Cat. No. SP-12230.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of The Pleasure Principle released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-12230:

Side A

1. Long Vocal / 7'23
2. A Cappella / 4'23

Written and Produced by Monte Moir for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producers: Janet Jackson and Steve Wiese.
Rhythm Arranger: Monte Moir.
Vocal Arrangers: Monte Moir and Janet Jackson.
Edited by Shep Pettibone and Tuta Aquino.
Mix Engineer: Bob Rosa.
Additional Production by Shep Pettibone for Mastermix Productions.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

Side B

1. 12" Dub / 6'58
2. 7" Vocal / 4'19

Written and Produced by Monte Moir for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Co-Producers: Janet Jackson and Steve Wiese.
Rhythm Arranger: Monte Moir.
Vocal Arrangers: Monte Moir and Janet Jackson.
Edited by Shep Pettibone and Tuta Aquino.
Mix Engineer: Bob Rosa.
Additional Production by Shep Pettibone for Mastermix Productions.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

The album version of The Pleasure Principle appears on Control, Janet Jackson's third studio album first released in 1986.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Control released in 1986 on A&M Records. Cat. No. SP-5106:

Side 1

1. Control / 5'55
2. Nasty / 4'00
3. What Have You Done For Me Lately / 4'41
4. You Can Be Mine / 5'12
Side 2

1. The Pleasure Principle / 4'58 *
2. When I Think of You / 3'57
3. He Doesn't Know I'm Alive / 3'30
4. Let's Wait Awhile / 4'36 **
5. Funny How Time Flies (When You're Having Fun) / 4'27

Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
* Produced by Monte Moir for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
** Produced by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson.
Executive Producer: John McClain.
(P) 1986 A&M Records, Inc.

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Nasty (Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 1) (1987) (8'00) - Janet Jackson.
Nasty (Cool Summer Mix, Pt. 2) (1987) (10'12) - Janet Jackson.
The Pleasure Principle (12" Dub) (1986) (6'59) - Janet Jackson.
What Have You Done For Me Lately (Extended Mix) (1986) (7'00) - Janet Jackson.
When I Think of You (Dance Remix) (1986) (6'29) - Janet Jackson.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
of "The Pleasure Principle". A&M Records. Cat.
No. SP-12230. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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