From 1989 and keeping with the dance theme and also a good contender for “How Not To Do A Cover” ( a regular series on fellow blogger Jezbionic’s very humorous site over here at https://dubioustaste.wordpress.com/) this blast of synthy house from Baby Ford (a.k.a. Peter Frank Adshead who originally hailed from one of my old stomping grounds, Bolton! ). A commercial house remake of 1960’s T-Rex’s, camp as Christmas and barely redeemable. The main mix has Jeremiah Healy involved and toughens it up with some acid noodle before those camp vocals. To make it worth a listen you have a couple of proper House trax with the driving old skool of his debut, “Ford Trax”, with a sample of lady describing how to rave and a direct references to Larry “Mr. Fingers” Heard in the bassline. The icing on this day-glo bun is the inclusion of a mix of the acid classic “Oochy Koochy” engineered and jointly remixed by Mark McGuire.
BUMP AND GRIND!
NEW LINK 2017
Sire – 0-21290
|A1||Children Of The Revolution (Full 12″ Version)||7:52|
|A2||Children Of The Revolution (Euro Version)||6:08|
|B1||Oochy Koochy (Konrad Cadet Version)||5:46|