Jive U.K. bows star-studded Rwanda-relief single

Flick, Larry
December 1994
Billboard;12/3/94, Vol. 106 Issue 49, p27
Trade Publication
Presents developments pertaining to the dance music industry as of December 3, 1994. Artists participating in Great Britain's `Music Relief '94,' a fundraiser for Rwanda aid; Projects of Logic Records for 1995; Gee Morris' self-titled debut album; Description of the records `Best of House Music' and `Best of Techno' from Profile Records.


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