Moton Records Inc is a label that has been around since the early nineties. The label, which has been a collaborative effort from some of the world's best and most seasoned deejays and producers including DJ's Diesel, Harvey, Dave Jarvis and Ashley Beedle, focuses on re-editing lost and forgotten disco classics. Over the last few years, there has been a definite rejuvenation of the label after what seemed like a short hiatus, with many of what I find as the label's best releases. One of my favorite re-edits over the last year from the label has been their edit of Mary Mundy's 1982 soulful disco track "Love Is Gone" (re-titled on the releases as "Love Is Here"). I don't know out of the bunch who deserves credit for this specific edit (and maybe someone can shed a little light onto that question), however I know that it is included on the label's 27th release, which for a label that focuses purely on re-edits is pretty impressive. The edit has an overall upbeat groove including a very catching chorus that can work nicely as one of those prime hour cuts that gets the crowd singing along. In all, just another solid release from a label that has continued to put out great re-edits for over the past two decades. Enjoy the love!
Mary Mundy - Love Is Gone (Moton Records Re-Edit)