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Blondie “Heart of Glass”

Blondie “Heart of Glass”

BLONDIE is an American rock band founded by singer Deborah Harry and guitarist Chris Stein. The band was a pioneer in the early American new wave and punk rock scenes of the mid-1970s. "HEART OF GLASS" was their first U.S. hit. The disco-infused track topped the U.S. charts in April 1979. It was a reworking of a rock- and reggae-infused song that the group had performed since its formation, updated […]

Silver Convention “Get Up and Boogie”

Silver Convention “Get Up and Boogie”

The Silver Convention was initiated in Munich by producers and songwriters Sylvester Levay and Michael Kunze. The group was named after Levay, "Silver" being Levay's nickname. Kunze had in the late 1960s been a pop lyricist who wrote protest songs in German; when these tunes went out of style, he began producing pop records and commercials. Levay had developed a taste for American music while growing up in Yugoslavia, eventually […]

McFadden & Whitehead “Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now”

McFadden & Whitehead “Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now”

"Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" is a 1979 Disco song performed by American R&B duo Gene McFadden and John Whitehead, from their debut album McFadden & Whitehead. They wrote and produced the song along with keyboard player Jerry Cohen.The song spent a week at number one on the R&B US singles chart. It also proved to be a successful crossover hit, peaking the worldwide charts and selling over 2 million […]

Indeep “Last Night a DJ Saved My Life”

Indeep “Last Night a DJ Saved My Life”

"Last Night a D.J. Saved My Life" is a song written by Michael Cleveland for American group INDEEP. It features vocals from Réjane "Reggie" Magloire and Rose Marie Ramsey. "Last Night a D.J. Saved My Life" was released on Sound of New York/Becket Records in 1982 and peaked in early 1983, reaching the top 10 on the US R&B and No. 2 on the US Club charts. The 12" mix […]

Sheila & Black Devotion “Spacer”

Sheila & Black Devotion “Spacer”

Sheila (born Annie Chancel, 16 August 1945, Créteil, France) is a French Pop singer, who became successful as a solo artist in the 1960s and 1970s and later fronted a DISCO act called Sheila (and) B. Devotion. Sheila has sold over 23 milions copies of records and was the top selling artist in France in the 1960s and 1970s. In 1977 she came back as Sheila and Black Devotion and […]

Kano “Another Life”

Kano “Another Life”

KANO was an Italo-Disco music project formed in Milan, Italy in 1979 by producers/musicians Luciano Ninzatti, Stefano Pulga and Matteo Bonsanto. In 1983, The project went on to record the album Another Life, including the title track and introducing Kano listeners to West Indian-born singer Glen White.

Was (Not Was) “Tell Me That I’m Dreaming” (Traditional Remixed Version)

Was (Not Was) “Tell Me That I’m Dreaming” (Traditional Remixed Version)

Was (Not Was) is an  American Pop-Rock group founded in 1979 in Detroit, Michigan, by David Weiss and Don Fagenson, who adopted the stage names David Was and Don Was. Their first album Was (Not Was) (1981) was an amalgam of Rock, Pop, Disco and Jazz. On vocals they recruited Harry Bowens and "Sweet Pea" Atkinson, who proved to be distinctive, soulful front men, who frequently found themselves singing absurdist and […]

Commodores “Easy”

Commodores “Easy”

Written by COMMODORES lead singer Lionel Richie, EASY is a pop-soul ballad expressing a man's feelings as a relationship ends. Rather than being depressed about the break-up (or – in our day – about the Isolation and Quarantine), he states that he is instead "EASY LIKE SUNDAY MORNING". Released in March 1977, "Easy" is a song from their fifth studio album “Commodores” and reached NUMBER 1 on the Billboard Hot […]

Silver Convention “Fly Robin Fly”

Silver Convention “Fly Robin Fly”

The SILVER CONVENTION band was initiated in Munich by producers and songwriters Sylvester Levay and Michael Kunze. The group was named after Levay, "Silver" being Levay's nickname. Kunze had in the late 1960s been a pop lyricist who wrote protest songs in German; when these tunes went out of style, he began producing pop records and commercials. Levay had developed a taste for American music while growing up in Yugoslavia, […]

Belle Epoque “Black Is Black”

Belle Epoque “Black Is Black”

BELLE EPOQUE (also referenced in some sources as La Belle Epoque) was the name of a female vocal trio, based in Paris, France. The group first rose to popularity during the mid to late 1970s with a disco remake of the song, "Black Is Black", originally a hit in 1966 for the Spanish group Los Bravos. Belle Epoque consisted of lead singer Evelyne Lenton, a French singer who began recording […]

Donna Summer “Love to Love You Baby”

Donna Summer “Love to Love You Baby”

DONNA SUMMER (born LaDonna Adrian Gaines) was an American singer and songwriter, who gained prominence during the DISCO era of music, earning the title "The Queen of Disco". "Love to Love You Baby" is a song released in 1975. It became one of the first ever DISCO hits to also be released in an extended form.

The Pointer Sisters “Automatic”

The Pointer Sisters “Automatic”

"Automatic" is a song recorded by American vocal group The Pointer Sisters for their tenth studio album Break Out (1983). The song was released by the Planet label on January 13, 1984 as the second single from Break Out. "Automatic" reached position number 5 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and became one of their signature songs. Billboard named the song number 94 on their list of "100 Greatest Girl […]

Cheryl Lynn “Shake It Up Tonight”

Cheryl Lynn “Shake It Up Tonight”

Lynda Cheryl Smith-Sunset, known better by her professional name Cheryl Lynn, is an American Disco, R&B and Soul singer, whose singing career began when she was a young girl, with her church choir. However, her professional career started during 1976, when Cheryl taped a smashing appearance in the TV special "Gong Show". After the episode was broadcast, record industry executives were calling her and she signed the first contract with […]

Patrick Hernandez “Born To Be Alive”

Patrick Hernandez “Born To Be Alive”

In 1978, Patrick Hernandez met producer Jean Vanloo and - with Disco Music at its peak - decided it was time to try his hand at DISCO. Vanloo agreed and signed Patrick to a contract. He was then sent to Waterloo, Belgium to work on songs. After working for about a year, the first of the resulting six songs would change Hernandez's life and make him an international star for […]

Twilight “My Mind” (Remix)

Twilight “My Mind” (Remix)

Twilight was an Italo-Disco band, founded in early 80s, in Rome-Italy, by Massimo Zuccaroli (keyboards, vocals), Claudio Zuccaroli (Drums) and Fabio Sinigaglia (guitar and lead vocals). In 1983, they released  the album "Star", including the first single "Boxer" and the following "My Mind", whose Remixed version, peaked the European Club Charts.

Delegation Megamix

Delegation Megamix

DELEGATION was formed in the United Kingdom in 1975 by Ricky Balley, Len Coley and Roddy Harris. Working with record producer/songwriter Ken Gold (who masterminded The Real Thing), they began releasing a series of moderately successful singles such as "The Promise of Love" and "Where Is The Love (We Used to Know)". But their fortunes changed for the better in 1977 with the release of album The Promise of Love […]

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