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Stephanie Mills gets some wonderful help from the team of Mtume and Reggie Lucas on this one – stepping up in a warm, full groove that really sends the track over the top – and which sounds great here in an extended 8 minute version! 12-inch, Vinyl record
A warmly clubby remake of Stevie Wonder's big hit of a decade before – served up here in a surprisingly nice version! Triple S Connection don't try to do too much with the tune – just glide along nicely with the fuller disco backings, and sometime soar and scat with the grooves! 12-inch, Vinyl record
Either a comeback or a swan song for Eartha – as it was her first big single in years, and maybe her last ever – but whatever the case, the tune was a strong entry in the camp disco category – with a title and theme that would keep this one playing on dancefloors for years! 12-inch, Vinyl record
A track that really takes us back, like any of the Arthur Baker or Johnny Rocca cuts, or Shannon's "Let the Music Play". We're not sure this qualifies for classic status, but it does make us feel a little nostalgic. 12-inch, Vinyl record
Hugh Masekela's never been shy of the soul charts, and he made a nice dent with this excellent discofied jam, with the catchy chorus, and surprisingly little horn peaking through the percussion heavy mix. 12-inch, Vinyl record