Jamie principle baby wants to ride - Baby Wants To Ride - Frankie Knuckles / Jamie Principle.
A masterpiece of S&M transcendence. Not even Prince (a clear vocal influence) ever plunged into such a delirious confusion of the erotic, the spiritual, and the political.
Born in The Bronx , Knuckles and his friend Larry Levan began frequenting discos as teenagers during the 1970s. While studying textile design at the FIT , Knuckles and Levan began working as DJs, playing soul , disco, and R&B at two of the most important early discos, The Continental Baths and The Gallery.   In the late 1970s, Knuckles moved from New York City to Chicago ,  where Robert Williams, an old friend was opening what became the Warehouse. When the Warehouse club opened in Chicago in 1977, he was invited to play on a regular basis, which enabled him to hone his skills and style. This style was a mixture of disco classics, unusual indie-label soul, the occasional rock track, European synth-disco and all manner of rarities, which would all eventually codify as "House Music."  The style of music now known as house was named after a shortened version of the Warehouse.
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- Shirley Finney We Can Make This World A Better Place
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