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BASIC VISION 004 - BACK TO BASICS RARE CLASSICS

Basic Vision 004 features a selection of late night classics from the legendary dance-floor of back to basics. The club was one of the first in the UK to receive a late license in the mid 90s. This allowed DJs to play long late night sets. There was a glass roof at The Pleasure Rooms venue where these tracks were played, which in summer let the sunshine in, so there the last set became a sunrise session. All the cuts included on this record are bona fide early morning rare classics records from the club. There are also two previously unreleased edits. The first is a Rob Mellow extended version of the Masters at Work dub of Chris Cuevas - 'Hip Hop'. Then there is the unreleased Lost in Time edit of Black Science Orchestra - New Jersey Deep. This track was often featured by Lawson as the last track of the night during the Pleasure Rooms years. Original Detroit techno pioneer Eddie Fowlkes' highly sought after 'Where Will I Be? is featured after years being deleted and will not be available digitally. The record is completed with Free Energy aka Joshua IZ - 'Happiness' from Guidance records, one of the all time great house music records from San Francisco. Available here...