For better or for worse, dance music had come a long way in the decade preceding Massive Attack’s Mezzanine. Nothing summed up London’s ‘Summer of Love’ in 1988/89 as well as DJ Jerry and DJ Bob Moss’s house anthem ‘Baby Let Me Love You For Tonight’. Distributed on Sleeping Bag Records, the track became a permanent fixture on the sets of house parties and club nights. I may only have a bottle of Lucozade and a tie-dye t-shirt to my name, but will you let me love you for tonight? You can see why it secured its slot. Have a great weekend.