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J. C. And The Jam Experience - Feel My Love Album

Tracklist

1Feel My Love (Big Bass Remix)
2Feel My Love (Original Mix)
3Feel My Love (Lemon Vocal Dub)
4Feel My Love (Lemon Vocal Remix)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
26soloThe Jam Experience Feel My Love ‎(12", Ltd, TP)Solo Recordings26soloUK2004
SOLO3Matt 'Jam' Lamont Pres. The Jam Experience Matt 'Jam' Lamont Pres. The Jam Experience - Feel My Love ‎(12", Sti)Solo RecordingsSOLO3UK2000
UVM002The Jam Experience / Tuff Jam The Jam Experience / Tuff Jam - Feel My Love / Track No Name ‎(10", W/Lbl)Unda-VybeUVM002UK1997
UVM002, 1SOLOMatt 'Jam' Lamont Presents The Jam Experience Matt 'Jam' Lamont Presents The Jam Experience - Feel My Love ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl)Unda-Vybe, Solo RecordingsUVM002, 1SOLOUK2000
wss 1003The Jam Experience Feel My Love ‎(12", Promo, TP, W/Lbl)Wesayso Recordswss 1003UK1994

Credits

  • Written-ByJustin Cantor, Matt Jam Lamont

Video

J. C. And The Jam Experience - Feel My Love Album

Performer: J. C. And The Jam Experience

Title: Feel My Love

Country: UK

Release date: 1993

Label: Afrocat Records

Style: House, Garage House

Catalog: AFRO 04, AFRO 4

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2900 mb

Size FLAC: 1698 mb

Rating: 4.0 / 5

Votes: 068

Record source: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

Related to J. C. And The Jam Experience - Feel My Love

Justie
In Matt Jam Lamont's own words this track "was the first ever British Garage record".
It was first played at The Elephant & Castle pub in 1991 where Matt was playing US House dubs sped up. This was inspiration for making 'Feel My Love'. The manager of the pub complained when he played this as the bass shook the windows.
This one is a real piece of music history.
Justie
In Matt Jam Lamont's own words this track "was the first ever British Garage record".
It was first played at The Elephant & Castle pub in 1991 where Matt was playing US House dubs sped up. This was inspiration for making 'Feel My Love'. The manager of the pub complained when he played this as the bass shook the windows.
This one is a real piece of music history.