|1.||"Nothing To Fear" (original mix)|
|2.||"Nothing To Fear" (DBX dub)|
|1.||"I Do Believe"|
|2.||"I Can Feel It"|
Originally released in 1994, Rick Wade's Harmonie Park reissues its first ever release - Late Night Basix Vol 1. Still one of the Detroit house producer's finest records, the soulful strains of "Nothing To Fear" still sound fresher than the scores of imitators that have followed in his wake, and the Daniel Bell remix with its stuttering vocal cut-up and snappy rhythmic flex still does the business now. On the flip, "I Do Believe" is a funkier number with rolling bassline and hints of early KDJ, while "I Can Feel It" is the the real late night basic of the record, combining muted horns and tense strings with spacious house atmospherics. Essential!
Patrick Luca (Saft | Pulp | Born), Joao Maria (Assemble Music), Miles Simpson, Hernan Cronner, Barbara Preisinger, JONNO & TOMMO, Rising Sun, DC EFX, Le Loup, Satore (Hizou Deep Rooted Music), Juno Recommends Deep House, Jamie Behan, Metrobox, Kai "KZR" Alcé, Alex Bradley, Policy, Bryan Hervieu, OWAIN(124 RECORDINGS), Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Mike Huckaby, East Soul Person, Lamache, Preslav, Jon Brooks (Artfuldivision), Spittal (Craigie Knowes), MIL (Music Is Love Records), Marquis Hawkes, Lil Mark
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