Chez Damier & Stacey Pullen’s classic “Forever Monna” gets a re-release and more!

Originally released in 1993 “Forever Monna” became a classic deep house track as it stripped off all the disco influence in favor of a more smooth, thumping electronic sound. It is also a collaboration that showcases its creator’s home sounds combining Chez’s classic Chicago funk and Pullen’s smooth Detroit electronic stylings. Regardless of its original release date, it has proven its longevity over and over and is still a guaranteed floor mover. On this re-re-re-release on Balance Recordings, we get a special treat of some nice spoken word vocals from Nouha to spice things up a bit over two different mixes of the classic track on the A side.

On the flip we are treated to more deep grooves from Chez, this time joined by Leroy Burgess and Mark Bell’s magic fingers on the console for “Your Love.” Full of joy and depth, this one will definitely put a smile on your face and a force in your feet. Lastly we close out this fine EP with “Why (Classic Edit)” which is a nice, groovin’, slow-house edit of one of my favorite Chez tracks complete with the Harmonica solos and that killer guitar stab.

With all of this talk about the new Deep House sound lately, these are the tracks that show it truly has always been here. Get this one while you can as it is a limited “Collectors Edition”.

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