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  1. #251
    For some reason, recalling Jamiroquai brought this song to mind, absolutely no connection!



  2. #252
    Quote Originally Posted by RichyP View Post
    For some reason, recalling Jamiroquai brought this song to mind, absolutely no connection!


    I remember Mary Wilson use to sing it in her concerts back in the early 90s. Great song.

  3. #253
    I have never heard this one before. Glen, would you happen to know the year of it's release?

  4. #254
    A remix of what many in New York consider to be the first Disco record:


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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    I have never heard this one before. Glen, would you happen to know the year of it's release?
    Hey marv2, it was from the Chi Lites 1977 album "The Fantastic Chi Lites". I love to hear when balladeers get funky

  6. #256
    Quote Originally Posted by glencro View Post
    Hey marv2, it was from the Chi Lites 1977 album "The Fantastic Chi Lites". I love to hear when balladeers get funky
    Well they sho' got funky with it! Thanks Glen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    well they sho' got funky with it! Thanks glen.
    agreed!!!!

  8. #258
    The best of Disco! Stay until the end for a surprise!


  9. #259
    Heck,i loved the disco era!!

  10. #260
    Quote Originally Posted by arr&bee View Post
    Heck,i loved the disco era!!
    I don't think we will see that much fun again.

  11. Cheryl Lynn - star love Columbia Records 1978
    pacer - Sheila B. devotion
    Motown review -Philly cream

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    Having a bit of a disco night.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by icustomboxes View Post
    Cheryl Lynn - star love Columbia Records 1978
    pacer - Sheila B. devotion
    Motown review -Philly cream
    I loved "Spacer" by Sheila B. Devotion. I know we've uploaded here already, but hey.......



  16. #266
    Quote Originally Posted by theboyfromxtown View Post
    This one became a favorite of mine way after the fact! LOL!

  17. #267
    Yes I remember this one......


  18. #268
    Ta daa....


  19. #269
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    Ta daa....

    I loved this one. I'd totally forgotten it until now

  20. #270
    I don't know if this has been posted yet, but this is my favorite disco song:

  21. #271
    And "Let The Music Play" was post-disco but it was a disco song in heart and by intent. If I had to list 20 songs that I prefer hearing turned up extremely loud and in a crowd full of people, this has to be one of them.

  22. #272
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    This jam here by Third World could be classified as Reggae. I bought the album and then the 12". It may or may not have been classified as "Disco" but I dare anyone to sit completely still when this one is on the wheels of steel! 32 years later and it still is awesome....."Now That We Found Love " everybody!
    I agree, Marv. In the same vein, I'd suggest that this Bob Marley classic can also be classified as disco and reggae.

  23. #273
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    I agree, Marv. In the same vein, I'd suggest that this Bob Marley classic can also be classified as disco and reggae.
    This one I love but has some sad memories for me attached to it. I bought and it seemed that right after that he died. Great record though.

  24. #274
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    I don't know if this has been posted yet, but this is my favorite disco song:
    Yep! Fall of 1980. I remember being at Fairlane Mall in Dearborn, MI and some of the dancers from our local show "The Scene" tore this one up right there in the mall! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daddyacey View Post
    Doctors Order was by Carol Douglass in 1974
    Yup. It charted into January of 1975 where it peaked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulster View Post
    Not being insulting, but how can an album change a person's life? Just curious.

    I can't think of any one song or album that has ever made a huge impact in a life-changing way.
    Just scrolling through this old post and stumbled across this comment. I know it's from years back but personally my entire life has been surrounded and affected by music. I can hear an old song and it will bring back a memory from my past. Beyonce stated that the first time she saw Michael Jackson in concert as a kid, she knew that being a performer was what she wanted to do. That as we can see was LIFE CHANGING. There are certain songs, artists and albums that have affected me in a way that it's hard to explain in words but it definitely had a very positive affect on my life, thus changing it for the better. Everyone's experience is the different but music can definitely change one's life.

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    Disco was definitely one of my favorite genre's of music. Some people may debate it but most of the PIR classics were disco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_chicks_call_me__slick View Post
    yes yes yes!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glencro View Post
    Just scrolling through this old post and stumbled across this comment. I know it's from years back but personally my entire life has been surrounded and affected by music. I can hear an old song and it will bring back a memory from my past. Beyonce stated that the first time she saw Michael Jackson in concert as a kid, she knew that being a performer was what she wanted to do. That as we can see was LIFE CHANGING. There are certain songs, artists and albums that have affected me in a way that it's hard to explain in words but it definitely had a very positive affect on my life, thus changing it for the better. Everyone's experience is the different but music can definitely change one's life.
    Glen I know exactly what you mean. I was facing all of these College Prep classes my senior year in high school and just couldn't see how I was going to be able to do it all and play basketball along with all my other school activities and then i heard this new song by George Benson "The Greatest Love of All" and that did it for me!

  36. #286
    https://youtu.be/ISjyiI_sruI

    Let's Get Together - Pam Todd and the love exchange.

  37. #287
    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    https://youtu.be/ISjyiI_sruI

    Let's Get Together - Pam Todd and the love exchange.
    Wow! how did you find this? I haven't heard this song since probably 1978!

  38. #288
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    I knew they were out of Germany. As were "Boney M"! Claudja Barry and I believe that is where Ladonna Gaines of Boston aka Donna Sommers got her start.
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    Germany's Post Disco popularity is why we had a big hit there with Delia Renee, and our Airwave Records got a LOT more sales there than in USA from several of our releases (Delia Renee, Linda Kendricks and others).

    With this song, you can see why The German language is not at all good for singing American-style Rock or, especially Soul music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robb_k View Post
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    Germany's Post Disco popularity is why we had a big hit there with Delia Renee, and our Airwave Records got a LOT more sales there than in USA from several of our releases (Delia Renee, Linda Kendricks and others).

    With this song, you can see why The German language is not at all good for singing American-style Rock or, especially Soul music.
    Robb the abrupt stop to playing Disco or Dance related music on the top stations in the U.S. was politically driven. The whole "Disco Sucks" movement was started by so called Rock music fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    https://youtu.be/ISjyiI_sruI

    Let's Get Together - Pam Todd and the love exchange.
    Now that's HOT

  41. #291
    Wow! how did you find this? I haven't heard this song since probably 1978!
    See, Marv. We have very similar tastes -- except as regards the respective merits of two certain divas from the Brewster Projects of Detroit.

  42. #292
    Now that's HOT
    Yep, Glencro. “Let’s Get Together” is a nearly-lost gem from '77. I only found it on aJoe Claussell compilation about 10 years ago.



  43. #293
    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    See, Marv. We have very similar tastes -- except as regards the respective merits of two certain divas from the Brewster Projects of Detroit.
    Yeah well my Diva still remembers she came from the Brewster Projects.......she visited the area where it was just last week! LOL! Facts!

  44. #294
    I don't think you can talk about Disco without including this song. This is one of the best of the genre right here!


  45. #295
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    Yeah well my Diva still remembers she came from the Brewster Projects.......she visited the area where it was just last week! LOL! Facts!
    ha ha! Yes, well, that's very sweet that someone gave her something to do.

    My Diva has a day job and a house overrun with family. She is also busy preparing to open the 2018 Season of the HOLLYWOOD BOWL. But she sends air-kisses to Detroit.

    LOL! Mostly FACTS!

  46. #296
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    I don't think you can talk about Disco without including this song. This is one of the best of the genre right here!

    Wholeheartedly agree!!! A classic I was just listening to this weekend!

    You cannot go wrong with Jocelyn Brown sanging on a Patrick Adams production.

  47. #297
    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    Wholeheartedly agree!!! A classic I was just listening to this weekend!

    You cannot go wrong with Jocelyn Brown sanging on a Patrick Adams production.

    How about another Patrick Adams classic :


  48. #298
    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    ha ha! Yes, well, that's very sweet that someone gave her something to do.

    My Diva has a day job and a house overrun with family. She is also busy preparing to open the 2018 Season of the HOLLYWOOD BOWL. But she sends air-kisses to Detroit.

    LOL! Mostly FACTS!
    and Detroit sends her the middle finger back...........hehehehehehehe!

  49. #299
    Quote Originally Posted by Boogiedown View Post

    How about another Patrick Adams classic :

    I immediately remembered this one as soon as it started. Great memories.

  50. #300
    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    I immediately remembered this one as soon as it started. Great memories.



    Patrick Adams is but one of many secret talents only to be discovered within the world of disco . A small time player having fun being innovative in his own studio in NYC on his own label.

    And one of the first to monkey with synthesizers:


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