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|1.||Plazza Suite - "Joey's Tune"|
|2.||Sandy Barber - "I Think I'll Do Some Stepping On My Own"|
|1.||Bill Avery - "Disco Fever" (re-edit)|
|2.||Spooky & Sue - "I've Got The Need"|
|1.||Vessie Simmons - "I Can Make It On My Own"|
|2.||Scarbrough - "Make Love To You"|
|1.||The J's - "When Did You Stop"|
|2.||Larry Brown - "Breaking Training" (parts 1 & 2)|
In recent years we've become accustomed to disco compilations appearing at a furious rate. While many of these compilations are undoubtedly worthy of attention, the volume of releases can sometimes be bewildering. This eight track selection from Al Kent, the second in his Disco Love series, ticks all the right boxes, however. Even by the highest crate digging standards, these tracks are pretty obscure; many won't have had much of an airing since their original release. Those into the rich, soulful side of disco - that brand of string-laden dancefloor material most associated with the Philadelphia International label and studio -will find much to enjoy. Perhaps the most noteworthy is Scarborough's delightfully sweet "Make Love To You", an epic of biblical proportions that lasts longer than most drunken one night stands. See also Valerie Simmons' super sweet "I Can't Make It On My Own" and the rousing orchestral manoeuvres of "I've Got The Need". This luxurious gatefold double album also comes replete with extensive track notes from compiler Al Kent.
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