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DIA015 | 2003-04-15  
Raising a number of eyebrows at WMC 2003, this one was set to set some floors afire. With the hot vocal stylings of James B. Coleman holding court, the emotion in this song is undeniable. Given its position in select high profile record boxes, we saw big things from this deeply soulful yet upbeat Panyard project - quite frankly, we never got the chorus out of our heads!

Original Mix Smooth and soulful with a cheeky bump, this mix can work as well on the floor as it can on the radio - based around a verse/chorus structure, it's an easy one to work. James B. Coleman's vocal performance truly shines through...

New York to London Raised from the chorus of Sweet Abraham's Rub, Diaspora welcomed a newcomer's contribution to the drum section (New York's Adam Cruz aka The Almagest). Originally planned as a bonus-beat-apella mix, this 'cross-pond' collaboration grew into territory we hadn't expected: some aggressive drum sounds cut up in a London stylee set to Abe's Bob James-esque keywork.

Sweet Abraham's Deep Tissue Rub This trademark SA mix of deep dynamic basslines, shuffling direct drums, and heart-wrenching chord progressions has now become synonymous with a deeper shade of remix that can still deliver 'oomph' for the floor...

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