Body Work (Jellybean Benitez 12" Vocal) (1983) (8'24) - Hot Streak.
Written by Curtis Hudson.
Produced by Curtis Hudson and Lisa Stevens, aka, Pure Energy, for The Hudson Organisation.
Co-Produced and Mixed by Jellybean Benitez.
Mixing Engineer: Michael Hutchinson.
(P) 1983 Areo Records, Inc.
N.B. Body Work (Jellybean Benitez 12" Vocal) is the same mix as Body Work (Vocal) (1983) (8'24) - Hot Streak that may be found elsewhere on this blog.
Body Work is a song written by Curtis Hudson from the group, Pure Energy. Originally released on Easy Street Record in 1983, Body Work was co-produced and mixed by New York DJ Jellybean Benitez.
Body Work was featured in the 1984 hit movie Breakin', a.k.a., Breakdance and on the accompanying soundtrack. Also on the original soundtrack are the 80s club classics, Freakshow On The Dance Floor by Bar-Kays, Ain't Nobody by Rufus & Chaka Khan, and the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart No. 1 hit record, Breakin'... There's No Stopping Us by Ollie & Jerry.
Track listing for the US vinyl pressing of Breakin' released in 1984 on Polydor Records. Cat. No. 422-821 919-1:
1. Breakin'... There's No Stopping Us / 4'34 - Ollie & Jerry.
2. Freakshow On The Dance Floor / 4'42 - Bar-Kays.
3. Body Work / 4'22 - Hot Streak.
4. 99 œ / 4'02 - Carol Lynn Townes.
5. Showdown / 3'57 - Ollie & Jerry.
1. Heart of The Beat / 4'18 - 3V.
2. Street People / 3'23 - Fire Fox.
3. Cut-It / 3'11 - Re-Flex.
4. Ain't Nobody / 4'45 - Rufus & Chaka Khan.
5. Reckless / 3'57 - Chris "The Glove" Taylor and David Storrs. Rap by Ice-T.
(P) 1984 PolyGram Records, Inc.
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|Front of record sleeve for German 12" vinyl |
pressing of "Body Work". Polydor Records. Cat.
No. 815 360-1. Image courtesy of Discogs.com