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A Am I Gonna Be The One 6:35
B1 Am I Gonna Be The One (Colorful Dub / Break For Dayze)
Producer – J. Vasques*, S. Pettibone*
11:40
B2 Am I Gonna Be The One (Instrumental Version)
Producer – J. Vasques*, S. Pettibone*
4:58

Credits

  • Engineer – John Potoker
  • Mastered By – Herb Powers Jr.
  • Mixed By – Shep Pettibone
  • Producer – F. Able*, N. Hedman*

Notes

Mixed for Mastermix Productions at Sigma Sound Studios
Mastered at Frankford/ Wayne
Publishers: Chart Bound Music, Inc. JonLin Jr. Music
Distributed by First Take Records, 300 Eeast 89th N.Y., N.Y.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Rights Society): ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FTR 515 Colors Am I Gonna Be The One ‎(12") First Take Records FTR 515 US 1983
120·07·068 Colors Am I Gonna Be The One ‎(12", Single) Bellaphon 120·07·068 Germany 1983
100·07·251 Colors Am I Gonna Be The One ‎(7", Single) Bellaphon 100·07·251 Germany 1983


Colors  - Am I Gonna Be The One mp3 download
Performer: Colors
Genre: Electronic / Soulful music
Title: Am I Gonna Be The One
Country: US
Released: 1983
Style: Disco, Boogie
MP3 version ZIP size: 1720 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1448 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 123
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Chuynopana
The black and white label copy pictured is from 1986, not 1983.
SiIеnt
So the copy in the picture I suspect is a bootleg. The groove on the label is towards the outside & on the red label issue there groove is near the center of the label. There also exists a white label copy with the groove around the center of the label. The copy pictured here does NOT have the Frankford Wayne/Herbie mastering info in the run out groove
Welahza
I doubt that it is a bootleg. If it is, it is a very old one. The history of my copy (the one in the images) is I bought it second hand in 2003 from a large DJ collection that had been in storage since 1995. The records in that collection dated from about 1981 to 1995. They seemed to buy new and play all the then current releases and doubt they played much retro at all. The copy in the images is definitely no later than 1995 and I would say 99% sure that it is from circa 1983. A bootleg from that time? Possibly. No, there is no Frankford Wayne stamp in the runout, but I'm not sure that that means it is a bootleg.The pressing plant groove impression under the centre labels doesn't really mean that much, as many American pressings had various groove impressions from different pressing runs.