Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
TRACK LISTING (Morales' mix is best, Roger's 2nd best)
One World | Denver, CO USA | 07/30/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This was Juliet Roberts' follow-up to "I Want You". It was produced by Dancin' Danny D. who is better known for his House productions. Here he takes things in an r&b direction. In my book, David Morales, takes the song to it's rightful place on a club floor, with elegant piano riffs, and a flowin' House vibe. One drawback on Morales' mix, however is the lengthy and overly repetious intro which repeats the vocal sample "caught in the middle" as the mix builds from no beats into the music. The best thing here is to begin this mix right when the beat drops out while the piano is going. The radio mix has a much better intro but djs will probally disagree hotly!
Roger Sanchez comes in second with his Gospel Revival Mix which has a nice gospel-tinged piano riff. Oscar G's radio mix is sort of jazz and more along the lines of the original. There is a Murk remix which is better.
Here is the track listing:
1. Album Edit
2. Def Classic Radio
3. Monster Club Mix
4. Def Classic Mix
5. Roger S. Gospel Revival Mix
6. Oscar G. Radio Mix"