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Kristine W – Feel What You Want (Jungle Remix)

Here’s a tune I’ve had stuck in my head for some time now, and consider a pretty fun remix. It keeps things pretty stripped down and tasteful beat-wise, leaving the original tune’s vocals and synths to take prominence in the track (as they should). That being said, the tune being remixed here is essentially euro-house, so this definitely isn’t one for fans of deeper-and-darker-than-thou jungle tunes. Anyone looking strictly for timestretched ragga vocals or mad gunshots with chopped amens on tops, look elsewhere.

According to DeepBassNine on B2VOS, the following comment was left on the version in his youtube channel ( a channel which sadly has been taken down recently):

“This mix was sanctioned by Champion records who had Kristine W signed, its written by Rolo, the man behind Faithless, we got given the remix to do but Champion didn’t want anyone to know it came from them as they didn’t do any jungle at that time…so went out on a white label and sold out straight away….it was a pleasure doing it, 1994/5, I don’t even have a copy anymore” – Al Spencer

In this case, the “we” here is Al & Louise Tregigdo, who commented below saying she did the bulk of the music-writing. Unfortunately, as it’s a pure whitelabel, this isn’t clear when you buy the release. I managed to nab this EP pretty cheap but it seems to go for quite a bit on occasion, due to the limited nature. I’m a bit hesitant posting a track associated with such a big label, but since they seem to not want much to do with it, hopefully it’s OK (will take it down if it’s a problem for anyone).

Kristine W – Feel What You Want

I’d be curious to hear if the artist behind the remix (Al Spencer) did any other Jungle tunes. The only other production credits I found for him on discogs were for a Robin S EP in 94 (also on Champion), and a Brand New Heavies record in early 2000’s he did in the group Superstrutt w/ Steve Taggert. However, I also tracked down his soundcloud page, which features quite a few more remixes in the house/breaks vein. Definitely check those below and follow him on there if you dig em:

15 Replies to “Kristine W – Feel What You Want (Jungle Remix)”

  1. Er know that would not have happened without me. Sick of you robbing me of credit. Facts. My idea. My name’s on the vinyl .without me that would never have been made. Get over it. Outting you now. Had enough of your fakeness and ignoring I was part of it.

  2. U got stuff on subject 13. Er no. Again. Without me it would not exist. Sit ya ass down u fake

  3. U got stuff on subject 13. Er no. Again. Without me it would not exist. Sit ya ass down. Facts if you all don’t believe check out my pages .

  4. All u did was press buttons . All my music then we went to Ron wells to produce it better cause u couldn’t. End of. Truth comes out in the end. Then we did robin s . Don’t make out it was u it wasn’t. It was me and what I do now proves it. Had to be done. Long time coming

  5. U went on to make remixes with I assume Ron. I went on to make original material cause u f can’t. Fact . U know the truth so stop lying Alan pethick

  6. We then did pa . Did we not. Two dance tunes i sang. Covers. Shine on an don’t go. Old skool tunes. Let’s leave this here. Fake

  7. Sorry you two had this falling out. It’s clear you both worked on it, I’ll go back and put both your names on it. No matter what, still a nice underrated jungle remix.

  8. Never said u wrote Kristine w jungle mix. But he was my idea which we took to champion. Then we went to ron. So ye. You didn’t even make jungle when I met you al. Ffs all your tracks online blank me out like I wasn’t there . Fukin disrespect to the max.

  9. Sorry if I got upset but me and Alan had a good working relationship . We never had any bad blood so I was devastated I got blanked from all we did when i saw online comments . I was the one that said let’s make this do this. I was a drum an bass dj did world dance he wasn’t doing that at all . You had production skills and we both wrote and you produced but as the quality was not tip top we both went to Ron . I have no bad blood but be fair here. I kept every track and contract and magazine review and still have them now.

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