Category Archives: Pete Lorimer
01 Anthem (Spike Club Mix)
02 Anthem (The Original Mix)
03 Anthem (Vission Lorimer Love Acid!)
04 Anthem (The Mafia Mix)
05 Anthem (The Six Day Nightmare Mix)
INFO > Nigel Champion and Mark Franklin formed techno-house team N-Joi in 1989; the duo was later joined by vocalist Samantha ‘Saffron’ Sprackling. The aptly named “Anthem” first appeared on N-Joi’s white label debut EP, and then featured on the act’s first release for Deconstruction, “Music From A State Of Mind.” A proper single issue followed, and “Anthem” broke into the top 10 of the UK Singles Chart in 1991. This 1995 US reissue includes new remixes by Darrin Friedman and Richard Vission & Pete Lorimer, along with the original mixes.
01 Feel Every Beat (Single Remix)
02 Feel Every Beat (Tactile Mix)
03 Feel Every Beat (Downstairs Mix)
04 Lean To The Inside
05 Feel Every Beat (12″ Remix)
06 Feel Every Beat (DNA Remix)
07 Second To None
FACT > 1991’s “Feel Every Beat” was Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr’s third single as Electronic. The US issue features exclusive mixes by Dave Shaw & Winston Jones, UK remixes from Danny Rampling & Pete Lorimer and DNA, and Stephen Hague’s 7″ Remix. Also included are two excellent B-sides; instrumental “Lean To The Inside” is one of my favorite Electronic tracks, sounding like a theme for a British detective series.
01 I Don’t Want Your Love (Land Of Oz Edit)
02 I Don’t Want Your Love (Shiatsu Mix)
03 I Don’t Want Your Love (Agua Ambience)
INFO > Soul vocalist Lynda Law debuted on Johnson Dean’s 1989 single “Somebody Somewhere”, released through WAU! Mr. Modo Recordings. Law’s debut solo single, “I Don’t Want You Love”, was produced by Pete Lorimer and Youth, and issued in 1990 via the then-new Perfecto label.
Black Girl Rock
1993 Devotion Dance (UK)
01. The Theme (Pete Lorimer 7″ Mix) 03:47
02. The Theme (D:ream Mix) 06:27
03. The Theme (Pete Lorimer 12″ Mix) 06:44
04. The Theme (BGR Mix) 06:16
05. The Theme (BGR Instrumental) 06:14
06. The Theme (Pete Lorimer 7″ Instrumental) 03:49
07. Can A Black Girl Rock? 03:58
INFO > Black Girl Rock was a one-off project of Jamie Petrie and Tim O’Riordan. The former wrote and sang backing vocals on D:ream’s hit single, “Things Can Only Get Better”; subsequently, the D:ream team produced and remixed “The Theme” in collaboration with Pete Lorimer.
1991 Factory Communications Ltd (UK) / London Records (EU)
FACD 312 / 869 319-2
01. Loose Fit (12″ Remix) 05:59
02. Bob’s Yer Uncle (12″ Remix) 06:22
03. Kinky Groovy Afro (Euromix Edit) 04:17
04. Loose Fit (Edit) 03:58
05. Bob’s Yer Tune (The Grid Remix)* 06:53
06. Kinky Groovy Afro (Euromix) 07:33
FACT > As the collection featured in the prior post lacks a contribution from seminal Madchester band Happy Mondays, here’s a fine offering from Mr. Shaun Ryder and company. Oakenfold and Osborne build on their original productions, while Pete Lorimer takes “Kinky Afro” in a different direction.