Pre-Orders being accepted now for this MUST HAVE 45.
RELEASE DATE IS :
FRIDAY 25th FEBRUARY 2022
PRESENTING..... Last Bastion Records ‘Making Music Matter’.
A new indie label committed to making recordings available for the first time, on limited edition 45s.
First up on our label is Lou Pride’s sensational 2004 unreleased recording of ‘I’m Com’un Home In The Mor’un” This is not a reissue of the 1970’s Suemi 45.
“It's been my pleasure and privilege to have had the opportunity to release this limited edition 45 and in doing so, launch Last Bastion Records. Hopefully it's also a fitting tribute to George Louis Pride” Andy Bellwood (Last Bastion Records)
"A tremendous reworking by Lou of his huge Northern Soul anthem, discovered by John Anderson at Soul Bowl, and made big by the DJs at the Cleethorpes Pier All-Nighter back in 1975" Richard Searling (B E M, Queens Honours List, 2019)
"Lou soulfully rides the groove as if he’s Isaac Hayes auditioning for Blood, Sweat & Tears....Willie Henderson’s All Stars weaved their magic with Lou and discovered a whole new set of fans. A new classic!" Kev Roberts (Wigan Casino/Event Promoter/Radio personality)
"The perfect record for a packed dance floor. From deep in the heart of Texas, one of the greats, still is and for ever" Ray 'Ginger' Taylor (The World's no.1 Northern Soul DJ)
“The 2004 recording packs just as much as the original 1970 release with a added funkier edge and clarity just right for today's dance scene in both northern and modern rooms and without doubt will become a favourite spin at all venues. This tune will guarantee a dance floor avalanche and then continues to whip the crowd up into a frenzy on the dance floor!” Sean Chapman (Northern Soul & Mod DJ and Record dealer - Chapman Records)
Neither Version of these tracks has previously been committed to vinyl, with the A side previously unreleased in any format.
I'm com'un home in the morn'un (Radio edit Version)
I'm com'un home in the morn'un (Full Length 2004 Version)