You're the One for Me - D Train
A record that shaped the dance music template in the 1980s with percolating synthesizers, thumping basslines, and melodic chords. Rejected by most labels for being "too Black," it was embraced by Larry Levan's Paradise Garage and Frankie Crocker's WBLS. It became a hit - offering a unique beat different to other music at the time. Today, the track remains popular as part of the post-disco music resurgence.
A: You're The One For Me (Vocal Version)
B: You're The One For Me (Instrumental)