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|1.||Tullio De Piscopo - "Stop Bajon/Primavera" (7:11)|
|1.||Eberhard Schoener - "Why Don't You Answer" (4:28)|
|2.||John Forde - "Don't You Know Who Did It" (3:28)|
The RDY series rolls on it its 28th edition, presenting three more edits that may or may not have been tweaked, reworked and expanded on by the great Ron Hardy during his time behind the decks at Chicago's legendary Muzic Box. First up is Tullio De Piscopo's classic "Stop Bajon (Primavera)" which has been edited in recent times by both Theo Parrish and Volcov; the original is a fine track which will delight any dancefloor, but then so will this edit. Face down, Eberhard Schoener's synth pop hook up with The Police, "Why Don't You Answer" is given an arpeggio boost, whilst John Forde's '79 disco funker "Don't You Know Who Did It" is smoothed out for the finale.
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