I first heard 'Don't Turn Your Back On Me' at the Astoria -not the famous London venue that was famously a home for the The Trip club but the one in Leeds. The venue is long gone now but for a short while was an important part of the emerging house music scene in Leeds. It had high ceilings, a large dance floor and felt at the time similar to Manchester's Hacienda club. I also first heard LFO - LFO played there from a DAT tape. Sax was produced by Todd Terry (yet again) and was a well known track, in fact you could call it an anthem even. The killer part for me is the vibe percussion noise that sounds like someone playing differently pitched milk bottles. I only found out that Lil Louie Vega had a hand in the record when researching this post. There are multiple samples in the record and I have the 'Don't Turn Your Back On Me' on an Acapella Anonymous record but would love to know where it is from,if someone knows leave a comment! The record is easily picked up as cheap as chips as it was pressed heavily at the time. Definitely add to your collection if you don't have it.
Sax featured in the>music:factory mix part 2 and starts at 13.22