Originally issued on Jeremiah Yisrael's Tap label in 1982, "Invisible Wind" finds 16-year-old Jackie Stoudemire in top form. Written by fellow label alum Arnie Love and produced by the legendary Gene Redd, the five-minute jam is a banging slice of epic club boogie that unfortunately never found an audience beneath the mirror ball. The second in our series of 12"s from the Tap/Universal archive, "Invisible Wind" cruises through with hand-drumming, cinematic bursts of trumpet, and an alternately soaring and urgent disco-string-section. Even Giorgio Moroder couldn't write a bass line so hot. Not quite a reissue, but rather a re-imagining, this extended play 12" contains the original, the original dub, the extended dub, and an edit by our friends Shoes. Limited to 800 copies and housed in our stock Numero Disco sleeve.