Vibes, strings, keyboards, and vocals – the heavenly sound of the Salsoul Orchestra, one of the greatest disco outfits of the 70s – and the lynchpin of club classic label Salsoul Records! At the time, the group were ubiquitous on the dancefloor scene – but the amazing thing to our ears is how great these tunes still sound after all these years – still tight, right, and funky at the best places – gliding along with a sound that's classy yet soulful at the same time. The group were the brainchild of Philly soul maestro Vince Montana – who'd cut his teeth in the Sigma Studios scene for years, and stepped out in the mid 70s with this fully-formed vision of a larger disco orchestra – one that countless others tried to copy, but could never catch the groove as well as Montana. This massive 3CD package is overflowing with gems by the group – not just their hits, but also lots of rare and unusual mixes, too – the kind of grooves that maybe made Salsoul Orchestra an even more important act in the 12" single word than the LP market – plus a few unreleased Mike Maurro mixes too. Titles include "Seconds (special club version)", "Ooh I Love It (12" Shep Pettibone mix)", "Tangerine (Mike Maurro mix)", "Salsoul Hustle (Tom Moulton mix)", "Tale Of Three Cities (Mike Maurro mix)", "Salsoul Rainbow (Tom Moulton mix)", "How High (Larry Levan mix)", "Run Away (Danny Krivit re-edit)", "Comin At Cha", "Burning Spear
", "Take Some Time Out For Love", "How High (disco version)", "Resorts International", "I'll Keep You Warm", "Sun After The Rain (disco version)", "Street Sense (single version)", "212 North 12th", "Zambezi", "Ease On Down The Road (single)", "Night Fever", "Dance A Little Bit Closer (with Charo)", "Salsoul Rainbow", "Tangerine (single)", "Salsoul Hustle (disco version)", "Don't Beat Around The Bush", "Runaway", "It Don't Have To Be Funky (disco version)", "Chicago Bus Stop", "Nice N Naasty (disco version)", "Alpha Centuri", "Magic Bird Of Fire (Walter Gibbons mix)", and "It's Good For The Soul (Walter Gibbons mix)".