Lost but not least: Slam Slam feat. Dee C. Lee – Something Ain’t Right (Slammin’ Club Mix) (MCA)
Not only the American knew how to do House Music back in the second half of the eighties as a matter of fact. Illustration with ‘Something Ain’t Right’ by the likes of Slam Slam. A firing gem destined to be featuring in an album – ‘Modernism: A New Decade’ – for The Style Council which their label – Polydor – rejected at the end.
‘Something Ain’t Right’ had everything to become a hit. From its production by the likes of Paul Weller and Robert Howard (The Blow Monkeys). To its vocal performance courtesy of Dee C. Lee. Not to mention its remixing work by the then man of the moment Dancin’ Danny D.
Missed it back then? Give it a listen and let us know what you think…
From the connection between Robert Howard (The Blow Monkeys) and Paul Weller of The Style Council fame. A connection to gave birth to the production of an album – ‘Modernism: A New Decade’ – for The Style Council which got rejected by Polydor. Therefore leading the parties to break their contractual relationship. Some of their recordings would see the light later on though. Beginning with ‘Move’, back in 1989, on MCA under the transient Slam Slam guise featuring Dee C. Lee who’d previously worked with Wham! Then with the slammin’ ‘Something Ain’t Right’ the year after itself followed by an album, ‘Free Your Feelings’, in 1991.
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