Category Archives: Marshall Jefferson

Suspicious (US Promo)

Ten City
“Suspicious”
1989 Atlantic (US)
PR 3057-2

01 Suspicious (Radio Edit)
02 Suspicious (Dance Mix)
03 Suspicious (B-Rude House Mix)

Nothing Has Been Proved

CDR6207

Dusty Springfield
“Nothing Has Been Proved”
1989 Parlophone (UK)
CDR 6207

01 Nothing Has Been Proved (Dance Mix)
02 Nothing Has Been Proved
03 Nothing Has Been Proved (Instrumental)

“Nothing Has Been Proved” was written by Pet Shop Boys, who co-produced the track with Julian Mendelsohn. Recorded by Dusty Springfield, the song appears on the soundtrack to 1989 political drama “Scandal”, and was also released as a single featuring a ‘Dance Mix’ by Marshall Jefferson.

How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously?

E256205

01 How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? (Album Version)
02 How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? (7″ Perfect Attitude)
03 How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? (Classical Reprise)
04 It’s Alright (7″ Version)
05 We All Feel Better In The Dark
06 Being Boring (Marshall Jefferson 12″ Mix)

INFO > Although “How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously?” and “Where The Streets Have No Name” were paired as a double A-side single in most regions, separate releases were issued in North America and France. “Seriously?” was remixed by Brothers In Rhythm; the US CD adds “It’s Alright” and Marshall Jefferson’s brilliant revision of “Being Boring.”

I Don’t Even Know If I Should Call You Baby

45K73890

01 I Don’t Know If I Should Call You Baby (Marshall Jefferson Edit)
02 I Don’t Know If I Should Call You Baby (Original Edit)
03 I Don’t Know If I Should Call You Marshall Jefferson (Symphony)
04 I Don’t Know If I Should Call You Marshall Jefferson (Dance)
05 I Don’t Know If I Should Call You Karen Carpenter (Late Night)
06 I Don’t Know If I Should Call You Baby (Original 12″)

INFO > Indie/dance combo Soul Family Sensation experienced moderate success with their 1990 debut single, “I Don’t Even Know If I Should Call You Baby.” After vocalist Jhelisa Anderson departed in 1992, remaining band members Guy Batson and Johnny Male carried on briefly as Sensation, but failed to find an audience.