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Laurin Rinder

Laurin Rinder is interviewed by DiscoMusic.com. Rinder is the man partly responsible for El Coco, Le Pamplemousse, and Saint Tropez. Discover Laurin's roots in Jazz and Motown and how Disco came knocking on his door.

Tony Green

Tony Green (born Antonio DiVerdis-Mazzone), the Canadian Disco producer behind France Joli and Freddie James speaks to DiscoMusic.com member Kelly Hughes about his music productions. He also reveals the name of the mystery singer behind the group U.N.

France Joli

France Joli, who sang Come to Me, and the Heart to Break the Heart, speaks with DiscoMusic.com member Kelly Hughes about working with Tony Green, George Duke, Pete Bellotte and her music career.

Boris Midney

Boris Midney interview: Boris Midney is a Russian born musician, composer and photographer who defected to the United States in the 1960s and immersed himself in Jazz with the Russian Jazz Quartet. In the 1970s however he discovered Disco or it discovered Boris. Midney's two biggest Disco studio groups were Beautiful Bend and USA-European Connection. DiscoMusic.com member, Jussi Kantonen interviews Boris Midney. 

Boris Midney - The Interview.

Steve Thompson

Steve Thompson is a Grammy winning songwriter, 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 start as a DJ/remixer in the 1970s Disco era, 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.