has been active on the London club scene since the early 90s. Releasing records, publishing the Faith fanzine, hosting club nights and collaborating with several outfits (A Mountain Of One, The Popular People's Front etc.). Recently he has become one of UK's hottest remixer and his numerous edits are tearing up dance floors all over the world.
I found the acapella on-line, and listening to Lennon’s delivery gives me shivers… I feel a re-edit coming on!
At the Town & Country club London 1986. Drop the f***ing bomb! T-Bone was top boy.
I don’t do depressed.
Easy to get now, but back when only few DJ's had it on the Balearic scene it was the holy grail. I would bunk off school to go hunting for it... A copy finally turned up in a shop in Leighton Buzzard – where Kajagoogoo are from.
I fell in love with house music via this record. The Bible.
When I was about 5 my aunt bought me it, cos I danced about whenever it came on the radio.
1988, nuff said!
Heavy heavy stuff. Aching beauty in spades.
A «Faith»/«Soulsonic» anthem from one of the unsung heroes of the London scene, Kid Batchelor. London loves House music forevah!
Manu Dibango: Not an obvious choice but after 20 years of Djing, this does it every time! And Chanson D’llegance (Disconet Remix): Eleven minutes of super disco glamour, makes me want to run to the nearest night club.
The other dubbed out version that pre-dates the Saint Etienne cover. A fave at the «Faith» parties.
Music for dancing with my baby daughter. She already digs Jon Martyn and Penguin Cafe Orchestra. And is a lot cooler than I will ever be.
This is the perfect oddball dance track. Super sophisticated and atmospheric. A Balearic blueprint - very Alfredo.