LOVE TO LOVE YOU I Feel Love Last Dance Donna Summer was the Queen of Soul Disco. She released some unforgettable disco tracks which have become immortal. She died of lung cancer at the age of 63. It is thought she may have caught the disease from inhaling asbestos from the 9/11 explosions. She had … Read more
Love Come Down Shame Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King is best known for the track Shame – Disco but nice! She is a singer, songwriter and producer. Shame later became a gold record. Wikipedia – Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King
Doin’ The Dog Do What You Feel Disco Strut Creme d’Cocoa was a disco group founded in 1978 with an amalgam of The Ebonys and The Ambassadors. Their biggest hit was Doin’ The Dog. The intro contains every disco technique you’ve ever heard. They fizzled out in 1982. Creme d’Cocoa – AllMusic Creme d’Cocoa – … Read more
So Very Hard To Go The Tower Of Power Tower of Power – Wikipedia
Stoned Out Of My Mind Maryan Farra and Satin Soul were a seven piece disco group in the seventies.
Don’t Let It Go To Your Head (1978) Jean Carne
The Goodbye Song (1978) Vaneese And Carolyn – We’ve classified this as disco soul but has a definite ‘Philly’ feel to it. The song is a sung version of a ‘Dear John’ letter. It was written by the singers of the song – Vaneese Thomas and Carolyn Michell. Not sure if they wrote any more … Read more
Goodbye Nothin’ To Say (1974) Positioned at 424 on Kev Roberts Top 500. Great bouncy pop Soul from The Javells with Nosmo King Later remade by several artists including Maxine Nightingale as Right Back Where We Started From
Party Time Man (1978) That Philadelphia Disco – Soul sound. Ain’t No Time Fa Nothin’ Party Time Man 1978 Philadelphia Soul with a little disco by The Futures.
Walking In The Rain (1972) Great arrangement and production and written by the big man himself Mr Barry White, performed by Love Unlimited. Barry White Saved My Life And Got Me Back With My Ex-Wife – from Fun Lovin’ Criminals, sums it all up regarding the sexy voice and style of Barry’s music. Its GREAT … Read more