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S.R.-1 - You Got The Love / Da Rhythm FLAC album

Performer: S.R.-1
Genre: Electronic
Title: You Got The Love / Da Rhythm
Country: US
Released: 1992
Style: House, Deep House
FLAC version ZIP size: 1895 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1656 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1382 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 173
Other Formats: MP2 APE VQF ADX XM AA MP4

A1 You Got The Love (Swing Mix) 5:02. A2 You Got The Love (House Mix) 5:07. B2 Da Rhythm (Da House Mix) 5:40.

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A1 You Got The Love (Swing Mix) 5:02.

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B1 Da Rhythm (Strictly Rhythm Mix). Tracklisting: A1 You Got The Love (Swing Mix) (5:02) A2 You Got The Love (House Mix) (5:07) B1 Da Rhythm (. Mix) (6:38) B2 Da Rhythm (Da House Mix) (5:40). Customers who bought this also bought: CHICO CREW. EP (Techno For The Non-Technical). Format: Vinyl 12 Inch.

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37. "Ready to Go" by Republica. Unfortunately this song has been co-opted by car commercials, but regardless, it still gives me '90s teen-drama-movie school-dance vibes. Basically a La Bouche song and that's not a bad thing. 35. "Move This (Shake that Body)" by Technotronic. Features the second-most-fun lyric to sing (the first comes later) from a '90s dance song - "People don't you know, don't you know, it's about time. The Rhythm of the Night" is not only a song, it's a lifestyle. Pure joy. This song will take you places!! 1. "Finally" by CeCe Peniston.


A1 You Got The Love (Swing Mix) 5:02
A2 You Got The Love (House Mix) 5:07
B1 Da Rhythm (S.R. Mix) 6:38
B2 Da Rhythm (Da House Mix) 5:40

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Strictly Rhythm Publishing
  • Recorded At – Phamily Studios
  • Mastered At – Europadisk


  • Arranged By, Producer – Roy Davis Jr.
  • Engineer – Chaucey Alexander*
  • Executive-Producer – D.J. Pierre*
  • Keyboards [Additional] – J. Juniel*
  • Mixed By – E. Coles
  • Mixed By, Written-By – R. Davis*


Recorded at PHAMILY Studios, Chicago, Il.
Strictly Rhythm Pub.
℗ © Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): SR 1283 YOU Dmm Europadisk NY 12
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): SR 1283 DA Rhythm Dmm Europadisk NY 12
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SR 1283 S.R.-1 You Got The Love / Da Rhythm ‎(12", TP) Strictly Rhythm SR 1283 US 1992

'Da Rhythm' is probably the one and only track that is permanently on my wants list that I've never got hold of. I first heard it on a DJ Mag mixtape, a Strictly Rhythm mastermix by DJ Pierre IIRC. A stunning track that came to define the Strictly sound for me in the 90's. I didn't even realise it was the B-side to 'You got the love' nor that it was Roy Davis Jr behind it. Still searching for it!

Before I became practiced in The Art Of The Vinyl Junkie, this track (Da Rhythm), was one of the my most elusive to find. In fact it's probably the first record that I became obsessed about tracking down and acquiring; and remember, back in '92 when I first heard it on a mixtape by a local DJ from Chelmsford, Essex (UK) called Steve Reynolds, there was no internet available to the masses. This meant that there were no quick visits to various forums or websites like Discogs, a few clicks of the mouse and having that sought after record of your dreams winging it's way to you faster than you could say "Roy Davis Jr knows his sh*t"... no siree... if you wanted a tune badly it was a case of footslogging around record shops, fairs etc. and patience.Well, my patience was rewarded after several years of searching, it eventually turned up in a second-hand record shop; and boy, did I feel good. Of course that initial rush passed quickly... but now I had the taste... there would be plenty more to come. The A-side has never grabbed me so it's all about the B-side with it's hypnotic repetition of the vocal the rhythm... strictly... rhythmthat made the track a sort of de facto label anthem for those into the (early 90s) Strictly Rhythm (read New York) deep house sound. Roy, thanks for this track.

The good ole days :) Thanks for this one.