Starts as slow bubbling deep house, transforms into spaced out disco-funk before going back into rhythmic break. Features deep-disco-spaced out remix by Bottin, then Sweden's Copycat beefs it up a bit with a funky Nu-disco house twist.
Vinyl reissue of Hot Chocolate's 1970's club classics. The 1979 monster 'Don't Turn It Off' starts off. 'Every One's A Winner' with its unmistakable guitar riff. 'Night Ride' is a deep electronic disco cut. 'Heaven's In The Back Seat Of My Cadillac' also.
Reissue of an exceedingly rare 1978 French cosmic disco album 'Milkways'. Produced by Didier Guinochet, this intergalactic masterpiece was the only thing ever made by these three anonymous space cadets.
Whiskey Disco head honcho delivers 2 knockout re-edits of Jimmy "Bo" Horne classics from the TK Disco catalog with J. Collazo on the keys. B f/Osmose brings a Yarbrough and Peoples edit, paired w/an homage to Super Value edits
4 Disco-Edits on this first volume, all extended in the most respectful way to the original tracks. No filters, no gimmicks, just pure Disco in the truest sense. Released as a strictly limited series on white colored Vinyl.
Rampant crime and outta space violence! Hard kickin' trailblazin' arpaggio four tracker. Comes with full color Milano space invasion picture cover, press sheet and hand numbered labels. Highly collectable release again on the lovely Bordello A Parigi lbl.
Reissue of two sought-after disco gems from a Canadian indie label Attic. First up is Sparkle's rare piece of jazzy disco-funk 'Disco Madness' from 1979. On the flip, 'Que Tal America' from Two Man Sound.
Rare Panda Records track 'People Hold On', originally released in 1984 brings classy undiluted house before house even existed. James Mason who recently reissued an LP on Rush Hour, on production. Backed with the instrumental version.