Proudly presenting the inaugural release on A’s and Bees, a new label of heavyweight 12 inch pressings highlighting double sided delights, with 50% of the profits from each release being donated towards the British Beekeepers Association.
First up, Rare Pleasure’s ‘Superfine Feeling’. Only ever pressed as an almost unattainable acetate that’s rarely traded hands and when it does we’re talking £400 upwards. A 1977, modern-soul-tinged disco number from the New York troupe with soaring vocal harmonies, jamming guitars and big band section galore. Mixed by the masterful Rafael Charres, the man behind the controls on the mix for classics such as Lorraine Johnson – The More I Get, The More I Want and Made In USA – Melodies and Keith Barrow ?– Turn Me Up, it’s an out and out gem.
Who better to take on the Bee side than Ashley Beedle himself, offering up a signature NSW rejig – retweaking, dubbing and straight buzzin this cut out across those summer thermals for maximum dancefloor bedlam.
A1 – Original Mix
B1 – Ashley Beedle’s NSW Rejig – 12 Inch Edit