More essential Burrell related goodness from the vaults of Nu-Groove. This time the brothers collaborate with Basil Thomas aka the wonderfully named Basil Hardhaus on "Make Me Dance", another stomping NY Garage House smasher from 1991. It's all here, vocal mixes, dubs, shout outs to all the radio and club DJ's of the day, the record store and promotions people and most importantly - the regulars and dancers of NYC's legendary Shelter club where the brothers were regular fixtures!
On the flipside there's more Garage pressure in the shape of the grooving "For The Underground" and 2 separate mixes of the much sampled (but never bettered!) "Black Man". All the tracks included here have that deep, late night, classic sound that is instantly recognizable as the Burrell Brothers, sultry vocals, warm pads & heavy, swinging, raw drum beats!
"Make Me Dance" has always been one of the tougher 12"s to track down from the enviable Nu-Groove catalog. Now it's here, back again, re-mastered, re-pressed and re-issued in conjunction with the Burrell brothers and Nu-Groove records. Complete with original label artwork. One for the real House heads!
Published: 27th November 2014