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Let Me Be The One

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No deep dive into the Local Records back catalogue would be complete without a reissue of the prized jewel that is Jaye Williams ‘Let Me Be The One’.Electro tinged street soul from the N17 ends, with ever reliable label boss and in-house (literally, in his front room) producer John Collins working his magic once again. That sultry voice? Local singer, Jaye Williams blessing the mic with some of the most dynamite lyrics Local Records had to offer…“I can see that you’ve been looking, for a love that’s new. Well let me tell you I’ve got something cooking… I know you’re feeling hungry and I’ve got enough for two”.The flip houses the instrumental, bringing Tim Sanders on tenor sax and John Kpai on guitar to the DIY living room booth and adding another layer of sensuality to compliment that punchy synth bass oh so well. Think smokey, low lit bars, Cabernet Sauvignon flowing as easy as the conversation - this is one for the lovers and those that got away.Pushing £100 on Discogs ‘Let Me Be The One’ is A grade, rarefied street soul gear, long buried deep within the wantlists of many a collector, who never thought they’d see this glorious day.

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1. Jaye Williams - Let Me Be The One (vocal)
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1. Semi Automatic - Let Me Be The One (instrumental)

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Eternally Grateful

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Reissue of this Brittish funky 12'' .., R&B infused vocals on top of a boogy-ish production, dubby bass! Has a catchy poppy edge.. with nice spaced out dub on the flip!!

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1. Eternally Grateful
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1. Eternally Dubful

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Love with A Stranger

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33 years after it's first release Rick Clarke's street soul simmerdown on Local Records, 'Love With A Stranger' gets a much welcomed official reissue, lovingly remastered from the original tapes.Just peep that OG artwork to get a taste of how this one's about to go down. Written and produced by John Collins, known for producing The Specials - 'Ghost Town', 'Love With A Stranger' perfectly encapsulates that '80s street soul sound. Distinctly soulful, synthy slow jams, heavy on the bass with a touch of the low-slung, lovers rock vibrations about them. Rick Clarke's sultry sweet nothings weave their way irresistibly through this five minute gem, but for those that want to provide their own rendition over the top, the dub has been affectionately cut to the flip.Top tier tackle - reissued to serenade red dressed souls the world over once more.

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1. Love With A Stranger
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1. Dub With A Stranger

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