Here at Quantize we simply love confounding expectations ‘cos, guess what? We love all kinds of music and don’t like to be stereotyped. But this one even surprised the hell out of us – so much so that we figured it deserved a 7″ vinyl release in tribute to the original format.
“Think (About It)” was originally recorded 45 years ago in the summer of 1972 by the fiery Lyn Collins.
Produced by the Godfather Of Soul, James Brown, it barely scraped into the RnB Top 10 at the time and normally would have faded into time as just another great James Brown produced record but in 1987, it started to get sampled by a new generation of Hip-Hop artists like Roxanne Shante and Robe Base and DJ E-Z Rock.
Suddenly the world woke up to the possibilities of sampling and since that point, “Think (About It)” has been sampled 1908 times and is the No.3 most-sampled record of all time.
So we decided to cut a new version of it with real musicians and one of the few vocalists that would be capable of matching Lyn Collins firepower – Dance Music’s diva supreme, the incredible Barbara Tucker.
We wanted Barbara to really cut loose on this and she didn’t disappoint. And yes, those are real keyboards, real guitar and real horns. Believe us, this session was off the scale!
So when we finally got our breath back we decided we HAD to get this out on a 45 on its 45th anniversary! It seemed the most appropriate way to do justice to a record that simply jumps outta the grooves.
We believe “Think (About It)” will have universal appeal pretty much everywhere since the song is now implanted within the DNA of dance music across the world.
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