Standout 1975 soul classic originally produced by the Mizell brothers in brand new remixes by Faze Action. This 12" also includes the original version. If you haven't checked out the 1975 long player "Gears" then you should run out and find one quick. Produced by the mighty Mizell brothers of Donald Byrd and Bobbi Humphry fame, this album put Johnny Hammond (a little-known soul jazz organist at the time) on the map. The album has more than a couple stand-out tracks, but many would recognise "Los Conquistadores Chocolatés" as it was sampled by Lenny Fontana on his FFRR hit "Chocolate Sensation", and more recently remixed by Dimitri From Paris on a Japanese- only release. At Juno the standout track for us is "Fantasy", which was never released on 12" but despite this has been a DJ's favourite for over 30 years. The lush layering of instruments and percussion create a track that sounds as fresh today as it would have in 1975. After citing this as one of their favorite records of all time, Faze Action took this track and have given us some excellent edits which add extra dancefloor elements while keeping the integrity of the original. Marc Mac and his Visioneers band decided to cover this classic rather than remix it, and they lovingly recreated every part including the vocals, giving us 2 blissful versions.