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Built around one of those wonderful acoustic guitar moments from the early-'80s it's set to a shuffling light-dance beat re-edited by one half of the legendary "Latin Rascals" Albert Cabrera. The balance of the EP was more traditional disco-house fare. I loved 'Check It Out' and felt it was a stand-out from 95 North. Most labels at that time wouldn't touch a song with a tempo under bpm which this was. To many it was all about the A-side 'Walk 4 Me' that was a huge record in the gay scene, and was later stolen wholesale by Peter Rauhofer for Size Queen.
To me this showed on one record just how talented Robbie was, and Henry Street was the first label to release any of his material as well. This is another downtempo record, and one I felt got lost at the time, as Henry Street was obviously perceived as a disco-house label.
But with him, as with many of my releases, I wanted the producer to do something a little different for the label. I really love this track and feel it shows another side of Chris. He's a huge international DJ right now on the trance scene. Even though the vocal was well know and really tired, the track worked. The release marked the Black Science man's American recording debut with a strong jazz-house EP that also included the Latin-kissed 'Ricano Sunspots', and the sublime and lazy vibes on the mouth watering 'Hot Chocolate Fudge Sunday'.
I had a lot of respect for him with what he'd done. This wasn't the BSO sound, or anything like his Roach Motel material with Phil Asher, this really displayed their knowledge in music as more then just house-music. Another ballsy move as this was more jazz then house.
When I started the label he was high on my list of people I wanted to work with. It was probably four or five years in between releases, and he'd given me a CD with about tracks on it, and this just jumped out at me.Jazz-N-Groove, Black Riot, Mark Grant, Mike Dunn, MD X-Press, Restless Soul Music, The RC Groove Project, Johnny D/nicky P, Larger Than Life, Mateo & Matos, Monkey Brothers, Key To Life, Next Phase, Various Artists, Yass, Yoruba, Henry Street, The Muthafunkaz, Basement Boys, DJ Spen.