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  Mood II Swing
 

 

  

 
Lem Springsteen and John Ciafone comprise the production outfit Mood II Swing.   Formed from the ashes of a failed r&b group, they decided to try their hand at house music and wasted no time making an impression.  After crafting winning vocal songs by Sylvano ("Helpless") and Wall of Sound ("Critical"), they were the critic's choice to be the most likely challengers to Masters At Work's throne, particularly after they contributed "When You Touch Me" to their 1993 disc.   While never rising to their level, Mood II Swing have established themselves as a top-notch outfit thanks to their many remixes and classy work with Ultra Nate and Loni Clark.

Mood II Swing's Deepest Grooves

"Helpless" - Sylvano (Maxi, 1992)

"Critical" - Wall of Sound featuring Gerald Lathan (Eightball, 1993)

"When You Touch Me" - Masters At Work (Cutting, 1993)

"Living In Ecstasy" - Fonda Rae (??, 1996)

"Searchin'" - Loni Clark (Groove On, 1997)

"Pride" - Rachid (Universal, 1997)

"Feelin' You" - Ali (Wildcard, 1998)

"Free" - Ultra Nate (Strictly Rhythm, 1998)
Both Ultra and MIIS hit the jackpot with this single, number one across the globe.

"Everyday" - John Ciafone (Boombastic, 2002)

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