Various - Disco Gold Volume One - The Disco Number Ones album flac
There are 15 newly revived 'Japanese disco and boogie gems' here, all slightly beefed up and tweaked for the dancefloor's benefit
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Various – Disco Club (Volume 1)b. по названию по исполнителю. We Love Disco House Volume 1-Mick Kastenholt – Queen Of House (Original Club). Various – Italo Disco Souvenirs Volume 1. 22:49. Variou – Disco Club (Volume 3).
He has had ten US number-one hits on the pop charts as well as 20 R&B number one hits, and has sold over 100 million records, 1. million of which are albums; he is one of the top 60 best-selling music artists with combined sales of singles and albums. He has 30 main album releases, all of which are single albums, apart from Songs in the Key of Life which was released as a double album with a bonus four track EP. There are 11 official compilation albums; in addition, a box set, The Complete Stevie Wonder, was released in 2005. Pops We Love You (Various Motown artists). Send One Your Love" b/w Instrumental version of A-side.
Album · 2008 · 20 Songs. Now (Thomas Gold Remix).
The young ones (ost). Cliff richard & the shadows. Top of the pops volume 18. Various artists. Bridge over troubled water. Simon & garfunkel. That'LL be the day. Original soundtrack. The best disco album in the world. In through the out door.
Disco Number Ones - Ring My Bell, Le Freak, Kung Fu Fighting and 28 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Disco Number Ones tracks.
Philly Re-Grooved 3: More From The Master: The Tom Moulton Remixes - Various Artists. In the late 70s disco became over-commercialised and boom would turn to bust, but Moulton's earliest mixes, the ones on Disco Gold stand as examples of highpoint of the genre. I bought this album, because only in this cd appears the song "(Call Me Your) Anything Man" with Bobby Moore. Recorded in 1975, now at version 12 "beautifully remastered by Tom Moulton. Only this song is worth the value of the entire disk.
Disco Gold was both the culmination of Mel Cheren and Tom Moulton’s relationship and the label’s last hurrah. Greenberg retired shortly after and Ed Kushins joined Cheren in launching West End Records. Although all of the songs contained on the album had been previously released, almost all were re-worked and extended by Moulton for the project. Two of them, Bobby Moore’s ‘(Call Me Your) Anything Man’ and ‘Breakaway’ by Ernie Bush, were among the first disco songs ever to appear on a new format accidentally created by Tom Moulton: the 12-inch single. A few years after its release, the world.
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Written-By – Harry*, Destri*
Written-By – Vangarde*, Kluger*
|A3||–Unknown Artist||Super Trouper
Written-By – Andersson/Ulvaeus*
|A4||–Unknown Artist||Use It Up, Wear It Out
Written-By – Brown*, Linzer*
|A5||–Unknown Artist||The Tide Is High
Written-By – J. Holt*
|A6||–Unknown Artist||Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough
Written-By – M. Jackson*
|A7||–Unknown Artist||I Will Survive
Written-By – D. Fekaris*, F. Perren*
|B1||–Unknown Artist||Ma Baker
Written-By – Farian*, Jay*, Reyman*
|B2||–Unknown Artist||No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)
Written-By – B. Roberts*, P. Jabara*
|B3||–Unknown Artist||Rivers Of Babylon
Written-By – Farian*, Reyman*
|B4||–Unknown Artist||Stayin' Alive
Written-By – B/R/M Gibb*
Written-By – Belolo*, Morali*, Willis*
|B6||–Unknown Artist||Feels Like I'm In Love
Written-By – R. Dorset*
|B7||–Unknown Artist||The Winner Takes It All
Written-By – Andersson/Ulvaeus*
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- Compilation Producer – Gordon Smith , Neil Palmer
- Design [Sleeve Design] – Paula Browne