Italy's Groovin' continue their mission through the glory days of house music here with a much needed reissue of Kalisha's 1992 bomb "Don't Need A Lover". As N.Y. as it's possible to get, the cut hits us with M1 organ, chunky pianos and a rolling bassline, totally nailing the ballroom sound - vogue it up! In true '92 fashion, there's a dubbier, smoother and sax topped "Underground Mix" on the B1, which explores a slightly different shade of foundation. Over onto the B1, and "2 Deep" locks down a snapping 4/4, optimistic organ refrain then plunges into the subby bass and slapping toms of any good Humphries / Vasquez mix. If that wasn't enough to get you lost in music, the mighty, massive and totally in demand "I Got Something Here" lands on the B2, bringing us a whole host of First Choice samples (vocals and strings from "Love Thang" and of course the classic "Let No Man Put Asunder" spoken sass-a-thon) and a fierce NY house rhythm section. I'm about 20 mins away from full drag here, so I'll leave you to enjoy!