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I Want Your Lovin' / I Want You All Tonight
Disco / Funk / Soul / Boogie /
Vinyl record
2 Releases from 1983 & 1985 - Vocal Funk, Soul, Boogie & Disco Cuts Updated By Jon Morales - Quantize Recordings proudly present a special 12-inch release from the master John Morales, as he remakes two of Curtis Hairston’s biggest tracks ‘I Want Your Lovin’ and ‘I Want You All Tonight’, to bring that mid ‘80s brilliance to the modern dancefloor.

Master of the boogie sound, Hairston had many a hit both as a solo artist and as part of the legendary BB&Q Band. Mid-tempo groovers, laced with funk-fuelled basslines, cosmic synths and strutting guitars, tied together with Hairston’s luscious vocals, ‘I Want Your Lovin’ and ‘I Want You All Tonight’ are shining examples of boogie at it’s best.

Fast forward to 2023 and the masterful John Morales, who originally mixed ‘I Want You (All Tonight)’ alongside Sergio Munzibai, unlocks the vaults to the multitracks, creating four brand new mixes. Teaming up with one of the original writers and producer of both tracks Greg Radford to replay and reconstruct elements that have been lost over time. The result, a wondrously weighty vocal and dub mix of each of these certified classics that retain all that disco-channelling greatness whilst adding an extra punch and brightness that will rock any modern dance floor they’re put before.


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I Want Your Lovin' (Just A Little Bit) [Club Mix]
I Want Your Lovin' (Just A Little Bit) [Dub Mix]
I Want You All Tonight [Main Club Mix]
I Want You All Tonight [Alternative Vocal Dub Mix]

Last FM Information on Curtis Hairston

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Curtis Hairston was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, U.S.A. He began singing at the early age of 3 and was actively involved in the Tot's Choir, Children's Choir, and was an active member of the Spiritual Choir. In Winston Salem, Curtis became known locally for his rendition of 'We Are All God's Children'. Curtis sang the song at his grandfather's church By the age of 13 he had made up his mind to sing professionally. His early public education was in the Winston-Salem and Forsyth County Schools. Curtis then furthered his education at Winston-Salem State University. He continued his musical training at Juliard School of Music in New York. The basketball player, Earl Monroe, set up a record label and on a visit to Winston-Salem, Curtis got in touch. The pair had both attended the same school and the pair struck up a relationship that led, via a demo tape recording, to Curtis signing to Earl's Pretty Pearl label. The debut single was 'I Want You (All Tonight)', licensed to RCA in the U.K., became a Top 50 hit in 1983. The follow-up 'I Want Your Lovin' (Just A Little Bit)' was released in the UK for the London imprint in 1985, reaching the Top 15 slot later that year. In the States he had an R & B hit with his version of 'We All Are One'. Jimmy Cliff's acheived some success with the song at the same time. Curtis then signed to Atlantic, he collaborated with Nona Hendryx for his debut album. His first Atlantic single was 'Chillin'Out', which reached the U.K. charts reaching the Top 60 in 1986. Curtis also fronted an album of songs for B.B.& Q., (something that he remained uncredited for). The group's Kae Williams Jnr. (also once part of the group Breakwater) collaborated with him on 1987's debut album 'Curtis Hairston'. That album contained the song 'The Morning After', popular in the U.K. Contibutions to the set came via the musical skills of Alyson Williams, Jocelyn Brown, Barbara Pennington and Nona Hendryx. Luther Vandross had sung background vocals for Curtis Hairston during his career, additionally. Curtis recorded with the jazz group Ready For Reality on their 1990 Next Plateau release 'Ready For Reality'. All told, Greg Radford was the writer and producer of 90% of Curtis' songs. Throughout his career, Curtis was plagued with diabetes, relocating from his base in New York back to Winston-Salem as his health weakened. There he received treatment for his illness, however, diabetes got the better of the singer and he suffered kidney failure as a result. Two weeks before his death he stood before the congregation at his local church to sing. Curtis passed away in January 1996, at the N.C. Baptist Hospital, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He was just 34 years old. Soul Walking UK Curtis Hairston page Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Last FM Information on John Morales

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John Morales was born in the Bronx, New York. He is recognized worldwide as one of the early pioneers of Dance Mixing/Remixing,and producing beginning his career in 1975 as a local DJ in the Bronx. John has been involved in the creation of hit records for the better part of 30 years. Known in the industry as an innovator and chance taker, he has always welcomed the challenge of working with new artists and has never been afraid to try new and different ideas. The road to the top of the profession has been a long and steady climb for John. He honed his talents in an unlikely arena – as a disc jockey for the United States Air Force. "It was two hours a night," he recalls. "Your main job was to take their minds away from reality ...." After that grueling hitch, he returned to New York and a day job, mixing music at night in his homemade studio, pursuing his lifelong dream. John landed a gig at the Stardust Ballroom in the Bronx, spinning for "tops, $40-$50 a night, but you considered yourself lucky. Guys do it for nothing." In order to get some relief from his relentless work schedule (seven nights a week, 12-3pm., 7-1Opm., then 10pm-3am.), John began to mix his sounds on tape. He transferred some of his remixes to vinyl to be played by other DJs. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.