Category Archives: Brothers In Rhythm


Dina Carroll
1993 AM:PM (UK)
580 263-2

01 Express (7″ Radio Mix)
02 Express (12″ Master)
03 Special Kind Of Love (Brothers In Rhythm Remix)
04 Ain’t No Man (West End Remix)

Forever And A Day

Brothers In Rhythm Present Charvoni
“Forever And A Day”
1994 Stress Records (UK)

01 Forever And A Day (Radio Mix)
02 Forever And A Day (Phil Kelsey Mix)
03 Forever And A Day (Big Brothers Remix)
04 Forever And A Day (Original Club Mix)
05 Forever And A Day (E-Lustrious Mix)

“Forever And A Day” was the third and final single produced by Brothers In Rhythm Steve Anderson and Dave Seaman, along with vocalist Charvoni Woodson.

Such A Good Feeling

Brothers In Rhythm
“Such A Good Feeling”
1991 4th & Broadway (UK)
BRCD 210

01 Such A Good Feeling (Inspirational Delight Mix)
02 Peace And Harmony (Everlasting Love Mix)
03 Brothers In Rhythm (Raise Your Hands)

Brothers In Rhythm
“Such A Good Feeling”
1991 4th & Broadway (UK)
BRCD 228

01 Such A Good Feeling (Radio Mix)
02 Such A Good Feeling (Inspirational Delight Mix)
03 Such A Good Feeling (PKA Mix)
04 Peace And Harmony (Violence & Discord Mix)

Steve Anderson and Dave Seaman teamed up as Brothers In Rhythm in 1989, while both were working for DMC. Although the duo mainly focused on remixes, they also produced a couple of classic singles. Piano house stormer “Such A Good Feeling” was BIR’s second single; the initial release also includes both sides of their first effort, “Peace And Harmony.” A second issue of “Such A Good Feeling” features remixes by Phil Kelsey and Sasha.

Call Him Up

Voices Of 6th Avenue
“Call Him Up”
1992 Stress Records (UK)

01 Call Him Up (Brothers In Rhythm Radio Mix)
02 Call Him Up (Brothers In Rhythm Club Mix)
03 Call Him Up (Brotherly Dub)
04 Call Him Up (Slam Mix)
05 Call Him Up (New Life Club Mix)
06 Call Him Up (Light House Dub)

Gospel influenced club track “Call Him Up” was produced by the NJ duo of Bryan ‘Shank’ Thompson and Paul Scott (Brothers Of Peace), along with Tyrone Payton. Originally issued in 1992 on Ace Beat Records in the US, the single was licensed by Stress for a UK release with remixes by Brothers In Rhythm and Slam, and new mixes by B.O.P.

We Are Family (’93 Mixes)

In memory of Joni Sledge (13 Sep 1956 – 10 Mar 2017).

Sister Sledge
“We Are Family” (’93 Mixes)
1993 Atlantic (UK)

01 We Are Family (Sure Is Pure Remix Edit)
02 We Are Family (Original Version)
03 We Are Family (Sure Is Pure Remix)
04 We Are Family (Steve Anderson DMC Remix)

Sister Sledge’s biggest hit, “We Are Family”, has achieved status as both a disco floor filler and an anthem of solidarity. Produced by Bernard Edwards & Nile Rodgers, the single peaked at 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1979, and also found chart success worldwide. The 1993 reissue features Sure Is Pure’s update, and Steve Anderson’s ‘The Family Reunion’ remix, produced for DMC in 1992.


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1994 Deconstruction (UK)
74321 22186 2 / 74321 22189 2

01 Magic (Radio Mix)
02 Magic (Sasha’s Black Magic Mix)
03 Magic (Sasha’s Voodoo Dub)
04 Magic (Junior’s Factory Mix)
05 Magic (Way Out West Mix)
06 Magic (Pob’s Seismix)*
07 Magic (John Digweed’s 3D Mix)
08 Higher Ground (Big Brother’s Mix)

*Bonus track not on original CD release

Sasha once again enlisted Sam Mollison for vocal duties on “Magic”, the follow-up single to “Higher Ground.”

Love So Strong (1994)


Secret Life
“Love So Strong” (1994)
1994 Pulse-8 Records (UK)

01 Love So Strong (Brothers In Rhythm Edit)
02 Love So Strong (Porter & Gleadall)
03 Love So Strong (Brothers In Rhythm Experience)
04  Love So Strong (The Association Mix)
05 Love So Strong (Play Boys DMC Dub)

This Cowboy Song


“This Cowboy Song”
1995 A&M Records (UK)
580 957-2

01 This Cowboy Song (Remix)
02 If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (Brothers In Rhythm Edit)
03 If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (Brothers In Rhythm Mix)
04 Demolition Man (Soulpower Edit)

“This Cowboy Song” was penned by Sting for inclusion on his 1994 best of collection, “Fields Of Gold.” The original version is hardly an essential addition to Mr. Sumner’s discography; however, the reggae remix (featuring Pato Banton) on the single release is downright embarrassing. But let’s be honest—the single’s selling point is an epic rework of “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free” by Steve Anderson & Dave Seaman.

Goodbye Baby And Amen


“Goodbye Baby And Amen”
1994 Dome Records (UK)

01 Goodbye Baby And Amen (Brothers In Rhythm Radio Version)
02 Goodbye Baby And Amen (Brothers In Rhythm 12″ Mix)
03 Goodbye Baby And Amen (Nick And Stone’s Elite Mix)
04 Goodbye Baby And Amen (K-Klass Klub Mix)

Lulu (Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie) has been entertaining audiences for over 50 years. Long after her initial chart success in the 1960s, Lulu enjoyed a comeback in the 1990s with the album “Independence” and related singles. Released in 1994, “Goodbye Baby And Amen” is also available on the collection “Absolutely.”

Ajare (1997)


01 Ajare (Radio Edit)
02 Ajare (Way Out West Remix)
03 Ajare (Brothers In Rhythm Club Mix)
04 Ajare (Original Version)
05 Ajare (Matthew Roberts Cloud 10 Mix)