Disco has changed. We are not trying to re-write the canon here, simply add to it. Bollywood disco, a vast industry but almost exclusively released in LP format, is one such casualty.
Nu-disco or anything that could possibly fall under this category is therefore also out. In treading a different path you may also find that a few widely acclaimed superstars have had to make way for some lesser known gems, but every time have sought to make the case for inclusion.
The instrumental is great ammunition for your disco blends. Name-dropping Gucci and Fiorucci, it was also incidentally one of the first tracks to feature brand names. A more dubious legacy perhaps…. RIP Nick Ashford. They might be called The Whispers but nothing about these gentlemen is quiet. Simplicity personified, let the hook take you there. An archetypal island disco get-down from the Trinidadian calypso and soca giant.
Dubbed-out, downtempo bliss that took the sound to a new place completely. A guaranteed mid-tempo party starter. The band sets a groove that never lets up and Marvin, with his wicked falsetto vocals, rides like a pro surfer. Arranged by Brazilian disco don Lincoln Olivetti, whose sparring partner Robson Jorge contributes the guitar parts. Midnight Express was Giorgio Moroder first score. Recently reissued by BBE, rags to riches afro-disco originator Kim Kwaku Obeng taught all the musicians in his band to follow his unique James Brown-meets-highlife sound, holding a tight groove for their hypnotic riffs and in-the-pocket-solos.
Impossible to categorise, the funky dancefloor gem features the touch of Brazilian legend Airto on percussion. El Coco hand a hand in arranging Le Pamplemousse and you can hear the similarities. A funky dance floor hit, the percussive break down is one of the finest of the decade. Chic was an unstoppable disco force. Very happy with this CD. It is in good condition and quickly and was packaged well. Great cd with some memorable tracks, arrived before due date, thank you.
Great CD. Short versions, long versions. Took me back to the 70s. Fantastic record CD Quick delivery time. To listen to. Excellent and good value. See all reviews. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Ultimate Collection. Only 4 left in stock. Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. There's a problem loading this menu at the moment. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
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Retrieved 5 September Sony Music.Compiled by the hugely successful dance label All Around the World, more famous for releasing happy hardcore tunes and chart-friendly floor-fillers, Disco Fever is a three-CD collection of songs from the s era of Saturday Night Fever, glitter balls, and Studio Its 60 classics include anthems from some of the genre's most influential artists (Donna Summer's "I Feel Love," Gloria Gaynor's.