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Masters At Work - Sessions 5 Album

Masters At Work - Sessions 5 Album

  • Performer: Masters At Work
  • Genre: Electron
  • Title: Sessions 5
  • Released: 18 Sep 1995
  • Style: House, Garage House
  • Label: Ministry Of Sound
  • Catalog: mincd5
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 1962 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1414 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 928


1Kim EnglishI Know A Place (E-Smooth Mix)
Remix – E-Smooth
2M&S Feat. Jaye Ella RuthKeep On5:20
3CrimeRhythm Grafitti (Extended Re-Edit)
Edited By [Disco Adjustments & Re-edit, Uncredited] – DJ Harvey
4The Absolute US Feat. Suzanne PalmerThere Will Come A Day (Black Lozenge Mix)3:03
5Urban Blues Project Feat. Michael ProcterDeliver Me (Vocal Mix)11:05
6Lou 2Freaky3:57
7Donna BlakelyGotta New Love (Ralphi's Extended Mix)
Remix – Ralphi Rosario
8Shinehouse Feat. Tony RansomHeaven7:49
9Rochelle FlemingSuffer (The Consequences)6:54
10Federal HillI've Got Something For You (T.M.V.S. Vocal Mix)
Remix – T.M.V.S.
11Masters At Work Feat. IndiaCan't Get No Sleep '95 (Indy's Tribin' Mix)6:41
12David MoralesPhiladelphia5:40
13JodeciFreek 'n' You (MK Dub)
Remix – MK
14Tito Puente Jr & The Latin Rhythm Feat. Tito Puente, India & Cali AlemanOye Como Va (JM Hard Dub Mix)
Remix – JM
15Todd Terry Feat. Tonya WynneJust Make That Move5:05
16MonéWe Can Make It (Jazz 'n' Groove Mix)
Remix – Jazz 'n' Groove
17Barbara TuckerStay Together7:35
187th MovementOdyssey6:24
19HardriveDeep Inside (Masters At Work Mix)
Remix – Masters At Work
20The BucketheadsCome And Be Gone3:52
21The Jasper Street CompanyA Feeling9:16
23Michael WatfordLove Changeover (Fire Island Vocal Mix)
Remix – Fire Island
24DajaeGet Up Off Me6:32


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MINLP5Masters At Work Sessions 5 ‎(4x12", Comp, Ltd)Ministry Of SoundMINLP5UK1995
minmc5Masters At Work Sessions 5 ‎(2xCass, Mixed)Ministry Of Soundminmc5UK1995
mincd5Masters At Work Sessions 5 ‎(2xCD, Mixed)Ministry Of Soundmincd5UK1995


  • DesignRoot
  • DJ MixMasters At Work


Packaged in double-CD jewel case.

This compilation ℗ 1995 the copyright in this sound recording is owned by M.O.S. Recordings Ltd. © 1995 M.O.S. Recordings Ltd.
Made in England.


  • Barcode (Text): 5 026535 000525
  • Barcode (String): 5026535000525
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): MIN 5CD/1 ODC UK
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): MIN 5CD/2 ODC UK
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L041
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & 2): ifpi 6901


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ministry Of Sound Recordings Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Ministry Of Sound Recordings Ltd.
  • Distributed By – 3MV
  • Distributed By – Sony
  • Manufactured By – ODC UK



Ironrunner Ironrunner
If you like this comp then also check out this Farley & Heller comp from 96 :
Arashigore Arashigore
This mix (on the CD and tape releases) actually includes more tracks than those listed, probably to save money when licensing the tracks. Extra tracks you can defo hear in the mix are:
* DJ Sneak / Show me the Way
* The Bucketheads / The Bomb! Beats
* Kenlou III / Sensational Beats
* Basic Channel / Phylyps trak II/II
Can you notice anymore?

Shame these tracks weren't used more as I feel they are more powerful than most of the main songs/tracks that were used. This mix was very well put together but there are far too many diva-ish/tiresome vocals for me. MAW to me have always been far more garage house orientated than House. Not a criticism, just an observation.
I saw MAW at The Arena in Middlesbrough in 96/97 and for me they were just far to garagey and the constant barrage of vocals became overwhelming, predictable and boring. I'm not a stick in the mud, I love songs and a good sing-a-long but for me and my friends who all agreed. The power of each song was lost in the endless sea of them.
Zeli Zeli
I noticed the Suffer (The Consequences) track by Rochelle Fleming has no remix credit. It was the Loveland mix the MAW duo played.

Fancy that? It was pretty good though, imo.
Wenes Wenes
Hadn´t listened to this for a long long time when i decided to pop it on my player today.
Massive mix indeed. Probably can we call it a suberb pillar of the finest selection of garage house back when it was on top. And it´s unbelievable how much house has changed since then. Today vocals are pretty left behind, i mean, it´s around but i don´t feel it serves as a backbone of house tracks today. Remembering around millennium time things started to decline.
Anyways, The first CD is very much about the vocals indeed. MAW serving up vocal classics after classics. Biggest one maybe "Deliver Me" which was also played to death back here home.
Pop in CD 2 and you get lot´s of dubs brought on. Dub´s is pretty much a dead breed in house that kind of vanished when vocal tracks became a thing of the past. Back then, dubs played a huge pivotal role on the scene and was a surefire out of traditional sets to bring a deeper groove to the floor. MAW was one of the pioneers of the dubs, releasing many of the kind on the B-sides of many known and less known tracks in the early days of their career when they started collaborating together.
We have this Jersey House revival thing going on. Just wondering if they notch it up and decides to dust of classic vocalists from the golden past.
However, there is no reason to skip on this even today. Sounds fresh still, has an delighted party vibe all round and is just a fantastic compilation to put on if you you want to reminisce of the glory hay days of garage house. MAW was the masters back then. You just gotta´believe..
Original Original
This soars to another plain. Travelling without moving grooving along effortlessly into the night.
Simple effective well constructed tunes, and mixed too boot with great talent and skill.
The blissfull free spirited tune that is Keep On, takes you gleefully into house music heaven, while maintaining a groove and riff that cements your body to the dancefloor.
Soulfull, jazzy house, gospel inspired vocals, deep momments transending rhythms, eb and flow of ever so subtle basslines, the charasmatic keyboard riffs.
Its heaven sent.
Rude Rude
This is in my opinion the best Garage/House mix released by Ministry of Sound. Some fantastic songs on both cds (Michael Watford, Michael Proctor, Tony Ransom, Barbara Tucker, Todd Terry etc).

Despite the fact that this cd is 12 years old, it has stood the test of time really well.

As you would expect, it's very well mixed and flows excellently. Nevertheless, I could do without the incessant Masters at Work voiceover on occasions but it's not too annoying.

This cd is soulful/deep/jazzy and I would recommend it. Most of the other sessions I could take or leave but not this.