Germany's Replay bring us two more disco/boogie re-edits from label boss DJ Friction, AKA Frico. First to get the treatment is Phyllis Hyman, as Friction takes on her 1979 classic 'You Know How To Love Me' - in its day, one of surprisingly few tracks ever to acquire anthem status on disco and Northern Soul floors alike - before turning his attention to Black Ivory's even more iconic 'Mainline' from the same year (as later covered/sampled by Jason Load Experience, Love Revolution et al). It's a brave re-editor that decides to mess with two such well-loved tracks, so it's tribute to Frico's skills that he manages the task with considerable aplomb.
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