Soul Jazz Records reissue classic Acid House compilation

Following on from their recent “Acid-Mysterons Invade The Jackin’ Zone” compilation, Soul Jazz Records are re-releasing this long out of print classic album “Acid – Can You Jack? Chicago Acid and Experimental House 1985-95”.

The extensive sleevenotes to this release – avaible on double CD, heavyweight 180gm double vinyl and as download – charting the phenomenal rise of Chicago’s house and acid music are written by Tim Lawrence, author or the the definitive book on dance music ‘Love Saves The Day’. Lawrence also wrote the text for “Voguing and The House Ballroom Scene of New York, 1989-92″, also published by Soul Jazz Records/Books.

The album features all-time classic full-length 12” tracks such as Phuture’s ‘Acid Trax’ and Sleezy D’s ‘I’ve Lost Control’, Jamie Principle’s ‘Baby Wants to Ride’ alongside many rare and experimental tracks including Marshall Jefferson’s “Go Wild Rhythm Tracks”, Virgo’s ‘Take Me Higher’ and many more.

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