Tuesday, 3 November 2009

I Need You Tonight

Released on J.C Records in 1981 Punkin Machine's "I Need You Tonight" may very well have served as the prototype for the funkier 1980s Canadian sound that was to come from the likes of Nancy Martin, Suzy Q, and Karen Silver. The track rolls along with an amazing bassline and groove,great vocals and a cheeky disco riff guitar line.

The track has seen a few edits of the years,most notably the Wrenchman edit and Californian Dj Hugh Herrera's edit on his great H-Track label. The original pressing of this track sell for quite a high price now,and even the edits have become very sought after,and can also now command a high selling value. After being included on James Murphy(DFA) and Pat Mahoney's Fabric mix a few years back,the track found a new audience and attracted some new attention. The edit included here is the Wrenchman edit,which stays along the same path as the H-Track edit,cutting out the euro-pop sounding vocals,and building it more for the dance floor. Enjoy the music. Click On Right Hand Arrow To Download...

Punkin Machine - I Need You Tonight (Wrenchman Re-Edit) by Piece together blogspot

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