Opal - Ain't No Way [from Horse Mea…t disco iv]

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Horse Meat Disco Volume IV, out June 16th on Strut. http://www.horsemeatdisco-thealbum.com/

From the album's liner note:
Elliot Rosoff (producer): “I am chiefly a concert violinist and have turned on records by individuals as various as Philip Glass, Deodato and LL Cool J. In the premature ‘80s, I had a studio, Opal Studios and our engineer Andy Langston did a lot of R&B and disco exhibition - our projects included a disco version of Jesse Green’s "Nice And Slow." On "Ain’t No Way," the singer was a girl called Brenda Watts – she had at liberty a few records beforehand identical "Who Needs A Love comparable That" but seemed to disappear from music afterward Opal. I keep in mind that we stuffy warm feedback and a lot of club pretend crossed New York.” Phil Barr (writer): “During the ‘70s, Elliot was one of the few patronage in New York that had a 24-track studio. ‘Ain’t No Way’ had originally been typed as a troublesome tilt track and field - Elliot enjoyd it and we started running on an R&B version of it which he put out on his label, Silver Cloud.”

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