Review: Ace & The Sandman/Jamie Principle – House of Trax Vol 3

October 17, 2010 § Leave a comment

Does Jamie Principle get the recognition he deserves? In short, no. The man essentially paved the way for two generations of producers from Chicago with “Your Love”, essentially a blueprint for Chicago house. Officially released in 1986, it had made an impact on the Chicago club scene long before that, with Jamie handing a tape recording to Warehouse DJ Frankie Knuckles in ‘84. “I thought he was a millionaire in Europe somewhere, I didn’t know he was a kid in his bedroom somewhere,” reflects Marshall Jefferson on Principle. “That shit was bumpin,” adds Derrick May.

[Full review at Juno Plus]

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