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Ron J.
That Point In Time
Electro, Bass Music
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멘트를 게시했습니다 에 Ron J. - That Point In Time. over 2 years ago. Mr Ron j would you be kind enough to sign my copy ? 코멘트를 게시했습니다 에 Ron J. Just scored a copy in excellent condition !! yes ! 코멘트를 게시했습니다 이후에 삭제된 over 2 years ago.

Point in time definition at Dictionary. com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Critics say this usage is wordy since in most cases either point or time will suffice. However, it has survived since the mid-1700s. Also see at this point. Moot Point vs. Mute Point. You may have heard coworkers or acquaintances refer to an inconsequential or irrelevant point as a moot point, or maybe you’ve heard mute point instead. Fans of the TV show Friends may have heard a third variation: moo point (because, according to Joey, a cow’s opinion doesn’t matter). But which expression is correct, and what exactly does it mean? The correct phrase is moot point.

At that point in time, I was enjoying work. Point in time vs Point of Time.

The common phrase point in time could usually be shortened to just point or time. If neither of those words sounds right, there are other alternatives such as moment, second, and instant, which get across that we are talking about time. Point in time is sometimes useful, though. It may indicate that point refers to time instead of space-though context usually fills in the blank. And when it comes to point in time (and similarly with point in space ), one can bypass this issue by removing point in and keeping time.


A That Point In Time (Club Mix)
B1 That Point In Time (Radio Mix)
B2 That Point In Time (Instrumental)


  • Producer [Uncredited], Mixed By [Uncredited] – Randy Easterling, Todd Chapman


Unreleased Test Pressing

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  • Fesho
Really a cool Hip Hop tune, seems to be pressed as Test Pressing only!!! I had no idea that it was never released! Recently I saw it selling on ebay, and the seller promoted the record as never released officially. Than I have tryed to find out something, without success. So it seems that it is really pressed as "Test Pressing" only.I think that this one is not easy to find. There is no year mentioned on the sleeve (hand written sticker with all the infos), but I would say that it must be from around 1989. In any case, a really cool tune with 808 beats, a not bad Rap (could have been a little bit better) and really nice melodies (a little bit Freestyle like). In fact one of the 2 Producers, "Randy Easterling", have allready produced some Freestly Records on "Dice Records". In any case a real collectable record.PeaceFab
  • Grari
I've been trying to locate him for years !When I locate him I will set you up !!!
  • Monam
Mr Ron j would you be kind enough to sign my copy ?
  • Tinavio
Just scored a copy in excellent condition !! yes !
  • Saberdragon
When we started discussing this project a week later we were done ! Ron Jeffries had the rap/lyrics and I wrote the track the night before we went into studio ... I knew we would have problems with all the samples so I said we"ll put it out as a test pressing to see what kind of buzz we get ! We put it through the Dixie Dance kings Record Pool {Ron And I were both award winning Dj/members} so we knew we would get lotsa airplay !!! It was recorded/produced at WEBB 4 Studios in Atlanta ,at the time the lease was held by Todd Chapman and Me ! 88/89 ...It was one of many records we made together but "Point In Time" to this day still sounds great ! Fat Mix !!! anyway..... Thanx for the interest and support !!!Randy Easterling
  • Coidor