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Duncan Sisters

Disco Recharge: Duncan Sisters (CD)

THP Orchestra

Disco Recharge: THP #2 Tender is the Night | Good To Me [Special Edition] (Two CD set)

Grand Tour - Southern Exposure

Disco Recharge: Grand Tour - On Such A Winter's Day / Southern Exposure - Headin' South [Special Edition]

Jackie Moore

This Time Baby b/w This Time Baby [Instrumental] (1984 Reissue 12")

Bobby Brown

Girlfriend [Extended] b/w King of Stage (British 12")

Whimsey's Discotheque

Boston, Massachusetts

Steve Thompson

Steve Thompson is a Grammy winning writer, producer, arranger, mixer and remixer who has worked with the likes of Madonna, Guns n' Roses, Wu Tang Clan, Whitney Houston, Blues Traveler, Metallica, Korn and others. In this interview with Bernard Lopez of DiscoMusic.com, Steve Thompson describes his beginnings as a DJ/remixer in the 1970s, New Wave/Alternative/DOR remixer for the like of Talk-Talk in the 1980s and his move to extensive producing and writing from the 1990s onward.

Jackie Moore

How's Your Love Life Baby b/w [Instrumental] (12")

Raes

Don't Turn Around b/w Gonna Burn My Boogie Shoes (12")

Raes

Dancin' Up a Storm (LP)

Raes

A Little Lovin' (Keeps The Doctor Away) b/w [Radio Version] (Canadian 12")

LaSo

LaSo Square (Are You Ready) b/w Happy Smoke (12")

Funkapolitan

Run Run Run (Promo 12")

KC and the Sunshine Band

(You Said) You'd Gimme Some More (Promo 12")

A Taste Of Honey

Boogie Oogie Oogie [New Boogie Mix 1984] (Promo 12")

Peter Godwin

Baby's In The Mountains (Promo 12")

Quick

Rhythm of the Jungle (British 12")

Sly Stone

Ten Years Too Soon (12" x 3)

Sly Stone

Dance To The Music (12")

Melba Moore

Melba Moore, the singer and actress, is interviewed by DiscoMusic.com member, Dayna Newman.

Peter Schilling

Major Tom (Coming Home) (12")

Nardello and the Philadelphia Luv Ensemble

Ravel's Bolero b/w The Same Old Love (12")

John Waite

Missing You (Canadian 12")

Blancmange

Blind Vision (Canadian 12")

Nona Hendryx

Do What Ya Wanna Do (British 12")

Dan Hartman

Vertigo / Relight My Fire b/w Progressive Instrumental Remix (Canadian 12")

Raes

I Only Wanna Get Up and Dance b/w When I'm Dead and Gone (Canadian 12")

Marlena Shaw

Take A Bite (CD)

Southern Exposure

Headin' South (LP)

Barbara Law

Take All Of Me b/w Can You Read My Mind (12")

Real Thing

Boogie Down (Get Funky Now) (12")

I Level

Minefield (12")

Marlena Shaw

Love Dancin' b/w No One Yet (Promo 12")

Southern Exposure

Love Is (Promo 12")

Marlena Shaw

Take A Bite (LP)

Patti LaBelle

Music Is My Way Of Life [Vocal] b/w [Instrumental] (12")

Dan Hartman

Hands Down (Promo 12")

Duncan Sisters

Boys Will Be Boys (Promo 12")

Material

I'm the One b/w Don't Lose Control (12")

Jackie Moore

How's Your Love Life b/w Can You Tell Me Why (Promo 12")

Raes

Don't Turn Around b/w Don't Turn Around (Promo 12")

Chanson

I Can Tell (12")

Jacksons

Blame It On the Boogie b/w [same] (Promo 12")

Jacksons

Walk Right Now b/w [Instrumental] (12")

Jacksons

Walk Right Now b/w Walk Right Now [Instrumental] (Promo 12")

Dan Hartman

Relight My Fire (LP)

Marc Nathan

March 14, 1955 - Present : Started career in the record industry in 1971 at the age of 16, working for AMPEX RECORDS in NYC (Todd Rundgren). By 1975, having established himself as a credible radio promotion man, was hired by CASABLANCA RECORDS

Raes

Dancin' Up a Storm (Canadian LP)

Angela Clemmons

Give Me Just A Little More Time b/w When You're Through I'll Be Waiting (12")

Melba Moore

You Stepped Into My Life b/w There's No Other Like You (Promo 12")

Melba Moore

Melba (LP)

Jackie Moore

I'm On My Way (LP)

Bryan Adams

Let Me Take You Dancing b/w Don't Turn Away (UK 12")

2004 Dance Music Hall of Fame Nominee List

The official nominees for the 2004 Dance Music Hall of Fame are...

Toni Basil

Suspense (12")

Cage

Do What Ya Wanna Do [featuring Nona Hendrix] (12")

Stanley Clarke

Just A Feeling (12")

Len Boone

There's No Me Without You (12")

Dan Hartman

Vertigo / Relight My Fire (Progressive Instrumental Remix) (Promo 12")

Dance Music Hall of Fame To Be Formed To Honor Disco Dance Music Artists and DJs

Announcing The Formation Of The Dance Music Hall Of Fame
First Awards Ceremony To Be Scheduled For Spring 2004

A Taste Of Honey

Boogie Oogie Oogie b/w Bring on the Love (Promo 12")

Raes

A Little Lovin' (Keeps The Doctor Away) b/w [Radio] (Promo 12")

Quick

Zulu b/w Zulu [Instrumental] (12")

Yoko Ono

Cape Clear b/w Walking on Thin Ice [Re-edit] (Promo 12")

Melba Moore

You Stepped Into My Life b/w There's No Other Like You (12")

Jackie Moore

This Time Baby b/w Let's Go Somewhere and Make Love (12")

Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr.

Shine On Silver Moon b/w I Got the Words, You Got the Music (12")

Greg Kihn Band

Jeopardy (Promo 12")

Jacksons

Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground) b/w That's What You Get (For Being Polite) (12")

Dan Hartman

Vertigo / Relight My Fire (Promo 12")

Fine Young Cannibals

Suspicious Minds (12")

Fantasy

You're Too Late [Disco Version] b/w [Instrumental] (12")

Desmond Child and Rouge

Our Love Is Insane [Disco Mix] b/w [Original] (12")

Bryan Adams

Let Me Take You Dancing b/w [Instrumental] (12")

Ronald (Nicky) Nicholson

Ronald "Nicky" Nicholson tells DiscoMusic.com his tale of DJ'ing throughout New York's West Village.
Starting in 1973 as the door man at New York's famed Gallery and working alongside Nicky Siano, Larry Levan and Frankie Knuckles...

John Ceglia

John Ceglia, the New York Disco DJ who spun at legendary New York clubs: New York-New York, Bonds, Underground, River Club, Studio 54, Ice Palace, Pavilion, The Saint... talks to DiscoMusic.com. Lots of Disco history here including notes on Jim Burgess and Roy Thode.

Tony Valor

Tony Valor is best known for his Tony Valor Sounds Orchestra and Fantasy's "You're Too Late" records. Tony Valor speaks with DiscoMusic.com about his music career and TVI Records label.

Tony Carbone

Tony Carbone along with Arthur Baker and Russell Presto produced and wrote many songs including Northend: "e;Kind of Life," Michelle Wallace: "Happy Days," and "It's Right." Get the full story on Anthony Carbone in this exclusive DiscoMusic.com interview.

 

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