- LET ME SHOW YOU LOVE (GERD REMIX - STANDARD EDITION)
- Glasgow Underground
- RELEASE DATE
- ALL ARTISTS
Romanthony "Let Me Show You Love" (2013 Remixes)
Following on from the much hyped (plays on Tong/Mosca/Todda T shows) and big selling re-works of "Bring U Up", Glasgow Underground dust off "Let Me Show You Love", arguably Romanthony's biggest club hit (outside of "One More Time", and hand it over to Gerd, Oliver $, Gavin Herlihy & Laura Jones, Mia Dora and label owner Kevin McKay for some 2013 touches. This 12” features Gerd, Kevin McKay and Oliver $.
Gerd is dutch producer Gert-Jan Bijl. Under one alias or another he's been making records for labels as varied as Universal Language and Rejected since 1994. Most recently his "Palm Leaves" 12" on Royal Oak (as Gerd) showed that he's up there with Andres & KDJ when it comes to soulful Detroit style house music. Recording as Geeeman his huge warehouse anthem "Bang't" - the kind of no-nonsense jacking groove that you'd expect from Dance Mania - was one of Phonica's records of 2012 and as NY Stomp he delivered "The NY House Trak" a slice of rolling house business that harks back to Black Traxx and Mijangos and forward to Bicep, Huxley and Ejeca.
On the subject of his "Let Me Show You Love" mix, Gerd said, "Best mixes of this ultimate classic are the Crooklyn Mix and Quick Dub. But both mixes do not contain the full vocal. When I was asked to do this remix, I decided to go for the same vibe but make use of the whole vocal (verses, chorus, etc). I thought there was no use trying to do something completely different. it's hard to beat this classic. Now there finally will be a Crooklyn Mix and/or Quick Dub with the amazing verses! I only received the vocal parts, no other parts, so it took me a while to rebuild the track with same sort of ingredients and especially to get the sounds very similar to the original"
Glasgow Underground owner Kevin McKay has been making records since the 90s. From remixing Andy Weatherall to producing Mylo, his discography runs to over 250 productions. Here he delivers a house groove with Romanthony's trademark M1 organs and classic piano hooks.
Since 2011 and his ubiquitous, monstrous Beatport #1, "Doin' Ya Thing", Berlin's Oliver $ has been a huge name. There is an art to making records that are so effective yet at the same time so simple, and when it comes to putting them together, Oliver $ is one of world's best. For this remix, he doesn't mess with the formula and fixes Roman's paean to lost love to one serious tribal groove. Add a system shaking baseline and some special fx and there you have it. Simple. Effective. Massive.
Published: October 31, 2013