|1.||"I Thought You Wanted To Dance" (full length Midtown mix) (7:32)|
|1.||"Call Me" (3:00)|
|2.||"I Thought You Wanted To Dance" (3:32)|
The first ever Athens of the North 12" is a real pearler, presenting the unreleased full length mix of Symbol 8's classic disco burner "I Thought You Wanted To Dance." The track was originally pressed on 7" back in 1978, split down the middle with one part on each side, but it's a track that was made for the full 12" format and is done so here on a Full Midtown Mix. Charlie Adams versatile vocal flipping into falsetto with ease while the band holds the solid groove is a special thing. On the flip-side is a Shock Version of "I Thought You Wanted To Dance," which surfaced later and sounds very different, sitting pretty alongside a personal DJ Fryer favourite "Call Me". Essential as always.
Scratchandsniff, Andrew Pirie (Melting Pot), JimmyTheTwin, Dicky Trisco, Dom Servini, Cro, Thatmanmonkz (Shadeleaf Music), Javi Frias, Sol Power All-Stars, Juno Recommends Disco, Frank Booker, Ltj Xperience, The Owl, KS French, Alister Johnson, Admin, LAFUNKMACHETE
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