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How Can You Walk Away


Movin' Records
MR023D | 1993-07-02  
During the mid-80s and early 90s Movin’ Records defined the New Jersey sound. A skate-shop-turned-record-store run by the so-called “fairy godmother of house” Abigail Adams, Movin’s first output was ‘I’ve Got The Music’ by Boyd Jarvis in 1987, followed by music from game changers Blaze, Kerri Chandler, Tony Humphries and Smack; straight up “Jersey jams” that producers are still attempting to replicate to this day. Still the Movin’ Records catalogue throws up gems that sound super fresh along with plenty of light bulb moments of musical discovery.

‘How Can You Walk Away’ is soulful NJ club track that makes all of the right noises, produced by Daniel LaPorte, along with his brother Moises LaPorte (Big Moses) & Smack Productions (Mental Instrum). Jasmine can also be heard providing the vocals on the club classic ‘Luv Dancin’ by Underground Solution. The original mixes have the feel of a classic New Jersey recording, whilst the Mental Instrum mix has the modern sound of Eddie Perez and the Smack Music team. A solid Movin’ Records release that straddles the sound of the early and mid 90’s.

Jasmine ‘How Can You Walk Away’

1. How Can You Walk Away (Radio Mix)
2. How Can You Walk Away (Jasmine's Love Dub)
3. How Can You Walk Away (Mental Instrum Vox Mix)

Written by Patrick Doyle & Betty Banks
Produced & Mixed by Daniel LaPorte at DML Production Inc., New Jersey
Vocals by Jasmine
Track 2: Produced & Mixed by Big Moses (Moises LaPorte) at DML Production Inc., New Jersey
Track 3: Produced & Mixed by Mental Instrum for Smack Music
Executive Producer: Olivier Obiukwu
Published by Copyright Control
P&C 1993 Movin’ Records

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