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    Well, given how many disco remixes I've created in these last two years or so, it's very fair to say that I LOVE it. And here's my latest project for your (hopeful) enjoyment, a disco remix of epic proportions. I completely rework Dan Hartman's classic "Vertigo / Relight My Fire" featuring the powerhouse vocals of Loleatta Holloway. Maybe I went slightly overboard, as this monster runs 17 1/2 minutes long (I TOLD you it was EPIC, LOL), but once I got started I couldn't stop. Oh well, if you're looking to dance all night, you can't do worse than this. Enjoy!

    DJ Moch


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    Quote Originally Posted by DJMoch View Post
    Well, given how many disco remixes I've created in these last two years or so, it's very fair to say that I LOVE it. And here's my latest project for your (hopeful) enjoyment, a disco remix of epic proportions. I completely rework Dan Hartman's classic "Vertigo / Relight My Fire" featuring the powerhouse vocals of Loleatta Holloway. Maybe I went slightly overboard, as this monster runs 17 1/2 minutes long (I TOLD you it was EPIC, LOL), but once I got started I couldn't stop. Oh well, if you're looking to dance all night, you can't do worse than this. Enjoy!

    DJ Moch

    This was a big one in NYC back in the day.

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    Ricky Martin's version, which was supposed to have Anastacia on backing vocals, but ended up with the original Loleatta Holloway vocal, is quite good also!
    https://youtu.be/uGqOkc5Do3k

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    Mary Wilson - Red Hot!


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    Gladys Knight and The Pips - A Better Than Good Time!


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    Nice one DJ Moch

    VERTIGO /RELIGHT was one of many "peak" records of the night to choose from during that period in 1979 when it was crazy how many records there were for a DJ to choose from. So much good stuff, all at once , there was really no where for disco to go after this climatic period than down.

    A few years later Dan Hartman would pass from AIDS, but not before handing James Brown a huge career resurgence with :

    Last edited by Boogiedown; 04-19-2018 at 10:11 PM.

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    That was a HUGE hit for James Brown! It single-handedly revived his recording career. Prior to this one, James had started to playing small clubs around the country.

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