View Full Version : The disco soul of jerry butler?


09-11-2010, 01:34 PM
Does anyone know if the iceman got any play on his 1977 disco club gem[i love to see you dancing]from his motown album[it all comes out in my song]nice tune with a disco beat made for the club scene!

09-11-2010, 02:53 PM
I LOVE this track from his It All Comes Out In My Song album. I remember it got a lot of spins at my local club at the time. I seem to remember it became popular on the U.K. Rare Groove scene later too. Would love to see his Motown albums out again, plus the wonderful two with the wonderous Thelma Houston!!! mmm..Gonna have to dig thru my vinyl to dig out more of my Fav ICEMAN soulful tracks....Paulo XXX

09-16-2010, 08:58 PM
"I Love to See You Dancing" is a great song,but there was a remake a few years ago was a little bit better than Jerry's version. [[I can't remember who covered it)
Also "I'm Thinking About Coolin' Out" is another great disco song by Jerry,from the Philadelphia International label.

09-16-2010, 11:25 PM
Not exactly disco but still a cool number from the IceMan and a personal favorite:


09-28-2010, 10:23 AM
The Iceman is certainly cool. I came by an acetate recently by him that NO one seems to know of or heard of. Even his manager [[who confirmed it was Jerry) had never heard of this recording made 'in studio' in Hollywood, CA - "It's A Parade" which is on an EMC 10" acetate with a 7" 45 cut in the middle.