Don't Make Me Wait  

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"OOOH I desire you...you're truly a fantasy"

Don't Make Me Wait is a single by NYC Peech Boys which came out in March 1982 on West End Records. Lead vocal and guitar were by Bernard Fowler, the production was by Michael de Benedictus and Larry Levan. In his "History Of House", Phil Cheeseman calls it: "... a record that's been continually sampled over the last decade, took things in a different direction with their sparse, synthesized sounds that introduced dub effects and drop-outs that had never been heard before." Steven Harvey notes that "Thanks to You" and "Don't Make Me Wait" "started the whole dub thing in disco."

The track was one of the early hits in the New York house music scene, due to Larry Levan's playing of it at the Paradise Garage.



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