EARLY HOUSE 808 PROGRAMMING
Wet Silk was a rare digression into house music by the legendary star-crossed duo of Lamar Thomas and Judy Taylor. For this sonic liaison, Thomas brought aboard his high school friend, disco impresario Patrick Adams to co-produce, and the resulting "Let Me Do You Baby" is a slow and seductive sunset soirée with champagne and caviar. The track is skillfully arranged with slippery 808 programming, serpentine guitar, and silky pads, all sliding around Thomas and Lamar’s playfully suggestive vocals. For the first 12” release of this hypnotic track, Mixed Signals have paired it with two other sumptuous Thom/Tay productions, the rare and dubby house mix of Shelly Pearse’s "If You Want My Love", and the instrumental end-of-the-nighter "I’ll Be Waiting".