The Source (musician)
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
The Source originally started out as an alias of unknown origin for Source Records's 1986 single release "You Got the Love" which featured Candi Staton. In 1989, DJ Eren, put Candi Staton's vocals over a track by Frankie Knuckles called "Your Love" which became a club hit. This was also released on a bootleg EP known as "Love/Rock". John Truelove then adopted the moniker himself and continued releasing records using the name. The mash-up - each time credited to The Source featuring Candi Staton - originally charted in 1991, reaching number 4 in the UK Singles Chart. However it was remixed and re-released again by Truelove using his Now Voyager moniker in 1997, reaching one spot higher at number 3. In 2006 it was remixed and re-released yet again, reaching number 7.
- 1986 "You Got the Love" (featuring Candi Staton)
- 1991 "You Got the Love" (featuring Candi Staton) #4 UK
- 1992 "Rock The House" (featuring Nicole)
- 1993 "Sanctuary Of Love" (featuring Zhana)
- 1997 "You Got the Love (Now Voyager Mix)" (featuring Candi Staton - re-release) #3 UK
- 1997 "Clouds" #38 UK
- 2005 "You Got the Love" (featuring Candi Staton - re-entry) #60 UK
- 2006 "You Got the Love (New Voyager Mix)" (featuring Candi Staton - re-release) #7 UK, #8 NL Staton]]. This song is featured in the film Layer Cake.