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Miss Broadway

LP (Item 40449) Big Tree, 1977 — Condition: Used
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A wild mix of 70s soul and disco from Belle Epoque – going against the grain in the mainstream disco vibe with some gritty, raspy female vocals – plus uptempo grooves that have fair bit of Euro-disco keyboard work, and some farther reaching elements, too. Includes the gritty soul tune "Miss Broadway", the slow rolling "Me & You" which is smoother in the vocal department, and "Losing You" – and the 14 minute disco grooving medley "Disco Sound/Black Is Back/Why Don’t You Lay Down". (Cover has a number of names written in marker on the front and back, with a bit of light wear.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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