With soaring (but not OTT) strings, Russoul's, er, soulful vox and a neat wicky-wicky geetar line, this'll go down a treat at the likes of Soul Heaven and Southport Weekender, without a doubt, aided and abetted by mixes from Booker T, who ditches the strings and guitar but adds Afro-y percussion, from Mannix, who ups the disco quotient, from Dave Doyle, pushing a funkier feel, and from C&M themselves (presumably) on the Classful Mix, which goes for a deeper, more sultry vibe with some gently tinkling ivories.
For lovers of trad-style house/garage vibes, it's a no-brainer, really. But the story doesn't end there! Because for those who aren't into the whole vocal thing, there's also a rather fine bumpin' deep house dub courtesy of Harold Heath, which I must admit would be my pick these days (with the Classful Mix a close second).
Something for house lovers of many persuasions, then.
Out: This week