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Club Of Jacks
Vaults E.P.

Vaults E.P.


COJ V007


1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM EP



Release date

Jul 1, 2023

Club Of Jacks digs deep here to serve up some classic tracks from the archive that have not been available on vinyl before. First up is UKG royalty Jeremy Sylvester with a remix of 'Waiting For You' that is pure party. The drums and bass bounce and plunge low with sustained chords and a honeyed vocal getting the vibes going. A deeper, dubbier and more laid back but still emotive 23 Remix follows then Plastik People boss Marc Cotterell serves up a soulful remix of 'All That Shaking' that is full of steamy sax and sunny day goodness. A Club of Jacks 23 Refix brings a deep vibe to close a superb EP.

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Waiting For You (Jeremy Sylvester Remix)


Waiting For You (Club Of Jacks '23 Reflix)


All That Shaking (Marc Cotterell's Plastik Factory Mix)


All That Shaking (Club Of Jacks '23 Reflix)

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