The original, the inspirational, the bombastic, the never bettered, the one.
‘Don’t make me wait’ is all of the above and so much more. Classic to the core. Huge earth shattering record right here.
OK, so the scoop, for the uninitiated is this – the Peech Boys were Larry Levan’s group, we’re talking early 80’s NYC here, 1982 to be precise, around the height of the Paradise Garage as Larry was making the transition from superstar DJ to producer. He brought a sparse, dubbed out, narcotic late night feel to the overall sound of this record. This was a short-lived project, but the influence is still felt today, the Peech Boys DNA is inside the veins of modern dance music, as is Larry’s. There is no underestimating what an impact this record had. 7+ minutes of electronic bliss, trailblazing stuff, and don’t get us started on the dub. Do yourself a favour, BUY this classic if you don’t own it already, you’ll keep coming back to it time and time again. Guaranteed. This essential 12″ is repressed here in it’s original 1979 glory, an essential classic that has stood the test of time for the last 30+ years & is now available again, remastered & repressed for 2017 in conjunction with West End Records, NYC.
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