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MR015D | 1991-02-22  
During the mid-80s and early 90s Movin’ Records defined the New Jersey sound. A skate-shop-turned-record-store run by the so-called “fairy godmother of house” Abigail Adams, Movin’s first output was ‘I’ve Got The Music’ by Boyd Jarvis in 1987, followed by music from game changers Blaze, Kerri Chandler, Tony Humphries and Smack; straight up “Jersey jams” that producers are still attempting to replicate to this day. Still the Movin’ Records catalogue throws up gems that sound super fresh along with plenty of lightbulb moments of musical discovery.

‘Luv Ride’ was produced by George Lockett Jr., a producer responsible for a number of bumpy, soulful releases that supplemented the legacy the world now recognises as the New Jersey Sound. Sounding like a cross between the Burrell twins, Kerri Chandler and Logic, ‘Luv Ride’ is underground dance music in its truest, rawest form. Vocalist Keva Holman, another New Jersey talent, would go on to be a featured singer for KRS-One among others during a long and fruitful career.


Immaje ‘Luv Ride’

1. Luv Ride (Keva Style)
2. Luv Ride (Bassment Mix)
3. Luv Ride (Jazzy Style)
4. Luv Ride (Da Booty Mix)

Written by C. Johnson, C. Edwards & G. Lockett Jr.
Produced & Mixed by George Lockett Jr.
Vocals by Keva L. Holman
Assistant Engineer: Tim Dowbachuk
Published by Campbell Connelly & Co LTD (MCPS)
P&C 1991 Movin’ Records

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