Don't You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come (club mix) (8:10)
Don't You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come (radio mix) (3:55)
Don't You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come (instrumental mix) (4:56)
Review: Greg Wilson doesn't wait around does he? The famed UK DJ and edit innovator only launched his Super Weird Substance label back in June but it's already racked up a healthy quartet of releases. Having featured on the label's inaugurating release alongside Wilson, Seacombe-based twins The Reynolds step up for their debut proper with a superb cover version of a Northern Soul classic. Bessie Banks' 1976 single "Don't You Worry Baby, The Best Is Yet To Come" was big at Blackpool Mecca back in the day, and is given a sublime contemporary rerub which sees vocals from Katherine and Carmel Reynolds ride the production work by Greg Wilson and Lee 'Peza' Perry.
Greg Wilson - "Summer Came My Way" (feat The Reynolds - Luxxury mix) (9:17)
Oddfellow's Casino - "The Ghosts Of Watling Street" (Greg Wilson & Peza mix) (5:18)
The Super Weird Society - "Gone With The Vibe" (Henry extended mix) (4:50)
The Reynolds - "Don’t You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come" (Greg Wilson & Peza mix) (8:46)
Review: As the title suggests, Super Weird Select Volume 1 gathers together some of the most sought-after cuts on Greg Wilson's growing Super Weird Substance label. First up is Luxxury's deliciously languid, poolside nu-disco take on Wilson's own "Summer Came My Way", featuring the attractive and cheery vocals of regular collaborators The Reynolds. Wilson and Peza's rework of "The Ghosts of Watling Street" by Oddfellow's Casino is a gently acid-flecked nu-disco shuffler, while the Henry Extended Mix of The Superb Weird Society's "Gone With The Vibe" is a p-funk flavoured electrofunk workout. Arguably best of all, though, is the classic disco soulfulness of Wilson and Peza's closing remix of The Reynolds' Bessie Banks cover, "Don't You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come".