The late producer's ‘I Want the Love of My Own’ has been restored from tape since being recorded over 30 years ago.
The Frankie Knuckles discography is about to get a bit deeper.
On Wednesday (Aug. 25), it was announced that a previously unknown and never-before-heard track by the house music creator has been discovered in the vaults of DJ International, a Chicago label specializing in house music.
The new track, "I Want the Love of My Own," will be released in October to correspond with the 35th anniversary of Knuckles' classic 1986 single "You Can't Hide." This new song was discovered on a 2” Reel-to-Reel tape, and has been restored in preparation for digital and physical release via DJ International, in partnership with Last Man Music, Remixology, Oasis Digital Studios and The Frankie Knuckles Foundation.