Lost Gem: The System got an analog groove going on "This Is For You"

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    "I was all alone and love was overdue"
     
    This column's amber neon LOST GEM is "This Is For Youfrom The System- The Pleasure Seekers LP. 
     
    Two albums removed from their debut which featured mega-hit "You Are In My System," The System (Writer/Singer Mic Murphy and Producer/Keyboardist David Frank) had begun to shed their cooler "Electro-Soul" image for warmer analog vibes. 
     
    We hadn't yet gotten to "Dont Disturb The Groove" the absolute height of this sound - but this surprisingly intimate song is certainly the set-up for it. I'd bet a couple of future Foreign Exchange members listening to their radios in 1985 named Phonte and Nicolay felt the same way.
     
    How do YOU feel ST'ers?
    "I was all alone and love was overdue"
     
    This column's amber neon LOST GEM is "This Is For Youfrom The System- The Pleasure Seekers LP. 
     
    Two albums removed from their debut which featured mega-hit "You Are In My System," The System (Writer/Singer Mic Murphy and Producer/Keyboardist David Frank) had begun to shed their cooler "Electro-Soul" image for warmer analog vibes. 
     
    We hadn't yet gotten to "Dont Disturb The Groove" the absolute height of this sound - but this surprisingly intimate song is certainly the set-up for it. I'd bet a couple of future Foreign Exchange members listening to their radios in 1985 named Phonte and Nicolay felt the same way.
     
    How do YOU feel ST'ers? Is this for you?
     
    By Donald Cleveland
     
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