This player introduces Ron Trent's previously unreleased "Black Magic Woman" feat. Harry Dennis, taken from the anthology box set "Ron Trent Presents: Prescription, Word, Sound & Power".
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The legendary Prescription Records defined the 1990s deep house sound. Now captured in this monumental 6LP box set! Holds numerous classics that have been out of press for years + unreleased tracks.
A1 Morning Factory
B1 Don’t try it
C1 Pop, Dip & Spin
D1 Sometimes I feel like
E1 I Feel Rhythm
E2 Soul Samba Express
F1 Life For Livin
F2 Space Riddims
G1 Foot Therapy
G2 On My Mind
H1 Morning Fever
H2 Love Is The Message
I1 World, Sky & Universes - The Answer
I2 Ron Trent - Black Magic Woman feat. Harry Dennis
J1 Noni - Be My
J2 Warp Dub Sound System - Night Places Darkness Upon The Earth
K1 Chez-N Trent - The Choice
K2 Ron Trent - History
L1 Ron Trent - The Meaning
L2 Ron Trent - Piano Track
Prescription Records defined the 1990s deep house sound. Chez Damier and Ron Trent started the label in 1993, released some two-dozen singles in a four-year span, many of which attained legendary status on the underground scene. “Chez Damier and I started the label, because we had the idea to take a certain level of fidelity and bring that fidelity to what people call tracks. Tracks being drum orientated Chicago rhythm tracks with a minimalistic melody. We were playing with that idea, expounding a point of
that minimalistic aspect and making it more complex”, Trent explains.
Ron Trent was born in Massachusetts but raised in Chicago, listening to jazz and learning percussion. He began DJing in 1982, playing at area high schools. His first EP, containing the epic instrumental“Altered States,” was released on Armando Gallop’s Warehouse Records in 1990. Chez Damier (Anthony Pearson) grew up in Chicago, where he danced at the Warehouse as a youth. He left for Detroit in the 1980s, helping to open the Music Institute and working A&R for Kevin Saunderson’s label, KMS. Damier and Trent met while Damier was visiting Chicago and immediately hit it off.
Today, Prescription is cited by countless producers as a major influence. “It’s a very dub experimental label... sound bites, samples, rhythms, and a lot of ethereal stuff, too,” Trent expounds—not to mention. Prescription’s embrace of heavy sub-bass. Concludes Trent, “It was ahead of its time, definitely.”