Way more than just a simple little disco collection – and instead, a great batch of dancefloor friendly soul, funk, and club tracks from many years back – all served up in one tasty package! And even though "disco" is in the title, the groove here is often a bit more laidback – in that sweet midtempo mode that we love the best in 70s soul – a warmly glowing style that still manages to groove, but without the all-out rhythms that most folks usually associate with disco. 2CD set features 30 tracks in all – including "Don't You Love It" by Maxine Singleton, "Looking Up To You" by Michael Wycoff, "Street Dance" by Fatback Band, "Black Water Gold" by African Music Machine, "Zaius" by Eddie Russ, "Barbara Ann" by Webster Lewis
, "Runaway Love" by Linda
Clifford, "All About The Paper" by The Dells, "Bad Habits" by Jenny Burton, "Call Me" by Skyy, "Jazz Thing" by Gang Starr, "Woman Of The Ghetto" by Marlena Shaw, "You Ain't Really Down" by Status IV, "Slippery People" by Staple Singers, "You Can't Hide From Yourself" by Teddy Pendergrass, "I Need You Now" by Sinnamon, "Fate" by Chaka Khan, "A Chance For Hope" by The Live Band, "Prayin" by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, "Take Some Time Out For Love" by Salsoul Orchestra, "Padlock" by Gwen Guthrie, "I Really Love You" by Heaven & Earth, "Come Let Me Love You" by Jeanette Lady Day, and "Love The Feeling" by Leroy Hutson.
(Out of print, edgewear to digipack sleeve.)