West End was a man called Eddie Gordon / Tony King, Eddie Gordon was a man Pete got in to help with dance ideas in the studio.
Eddie Gordon was also Pete Tong's manager at the time and had big connections in the dance music world.
That was one record that has little of Mike Stock on it, Tony king and Asha (with help from Eddie Gordon) remixed it and most to all of Mike's keys were not on the main 7".
Mike would listen to 'Philly' soul records has he wrote songs, and I think it was his idea or Eddie Gordon's to cover the classic 'philly' 'The love I lost'.
Mike did a very Mike Stock pop version with the song, but it was really Tony King who turned the record round and created the monster 7" and 12" mixes with the cappella intro.
Pete Waterman understood the importest of dance music tends in making pop music / dance songs, in the very early PWL days he had Pete Tong bring in once a week the latest hot dance tracks, like the early 80's house tunes from the US (before anyone had heard them over here) and SAW created Mel & Kim records with the US house sound.
Later it would be Eddie Gordon and Kiss DJ Graham Gold bringing in the record for us to rip off.
A link about Eddie Gordon http://www.musictank.co.uk/eddie_gordon_comment.htm
And a link about Graham Gold www.grahamgold.com