Oh my, it's Sandy Barber making a return to the unstoppable BBE with his best from a recent release handsomely remixed by none other than Opolopo, an artist who has released on the likes of Local Talk. "I Think I'll Do Some Stepping (On My Own)" is reworked into a soulful mood house cut with awesome back atmospherics and a certified 70s flavour. A right head-nodder on the floor!
Singer Sandy Barber was just 22 when she recorded her one and only album, The Best Is Yet To Come, in 1977. At the time, it was largely ignored by most people within New York's dance music community, despite being packed with impeccable dewy-eyed soul moments and grandiose disco jams. Since then, it's become something of a must-have for disco collectors. Here the original album gets the BBE reissue treatment, allowing a new generation of disco heads to revel in its heartfelt simplicity. This deluxe, expanded edition includes a slew of unreleased and lesser-known Barber tracks recorded in the same period, plus alternative takes and remixes from John Morales and Al Kent.