Back in 1977, Sandy Barber had her first release with the long player "The best is yet to come" released through Olde World Records (the album has since became a Northern Soul classic), soon to be re-released by BBE Records in a deluxe edition. While you might not be familiar with this classic album release by Sandy Barber, she had quite some success in the 1990's as Sandy B with such gems as "Feels like singin'" (Nervous Records) or "Make the world go round" (Champion Records) which are nowadays considered a house music classic. Preceding the re-release of her album is this single release featuring "I think I'll doe some stepping on my own" and "Don't you worry baby" in the original versions as well as in paramount remixes by the legendary John Morales and Million Dollar Disco hero Al Kent. One not to be missed.
Pour le Connaisseur: Sandy Barber "I think I'll do some stepping on my own" / "Don't you worry baby" (BBE Records CD Promo)
- Written by Mike Fossati