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  1. Sep 21,  · The disco Disco has changed. What has forever been defined by the glitter-ball aesthetic of Saturday Night Fever, has, slowly opened its arms to embrace a world of different musics, loosely connected by the idea, feel or groove of “disco”.Fuelled by voracious selectors and intrepid reissue labels bringing back 12″s from Beirut to Port Of Spain, our understanding of the genre has.
  2. Named after Bill Moss' uplifting gospel anthem, the journey takes you from the label's very first single through the vocal group traditions of the Detroit Emeralds, the Magictones and Unique Blend, the funk of Funkadelic and the Ohio Players through to the Dennis Coffey and Mike Theodore-dominated disco era with CJ & Co and others.
  3. LABEL – BEAT GOES PUBLIC () CATALOGUE #CDBGPD FORMAT – CD IN JEWEL CASE CONDITION – NEW & SEALED TRACK LISTING 1. Everythings's Gonna Be Alright - The Clark Sisters 2. Free Man - South Shore Commission 3. Sure Can't Go To The Moon - CJ & Co. 4. Latin Disco - The Counts 5. The Magic Man - King Errisson 6. Alvin Stone (Death Of A Gangster) - Fantastic Four 7. .
  4. VARIOUS ARTISTS - Alright!: Black American Dance Music from the Disco Era [Vinyl] - inszamcomwotongputerzamulhersparkcea.co Music.
  5. Bill Moss & The Celestials - Everything's Gonna Be Alright. Ohio Players - Funky Worm. Ohio Players - Pain (part 1). Pleasure Web - Music Man (part 1). Cat: CDSEWD Rel: 2 Dec The Counts - Why Not Start All Over Again.
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