A crossover classic from the MichaelZagerBand – a record that played big in the clubs at the end of the 70s, and got plenty of spins on the homefront too! The title track is a massive classic – with its instantly-memorable "Let's All Chant" groove – and unique rhythm that was perfect for the period's move from straight disco to some bouncier styles of 80s club – particularly the roller skating mode! Yet there's also some other great disco material on the set too – tunes that bounce along with trademark female chorus vocals – mostly sounding pretty darn great on numbers like "Soul To Soul", "Love Express", "Freak", and "Music Fever" – and faltering slightly on the offbeat "Dancin Disney" medley – a batch of Disney tunes set to disco grooves! LP, Vinyl record album
A mixed bag of a soundtrack – with some tracks that are exclusive to the film, and others that are disco tracks used in the movie! The main score was handled by Artie Kane – who did lots of key work earlier with Mancini – and it's got a dark, creepy, almost atonal 70s horror feel – surprising, considering the other work we know by him. Kane originals include "Laura & Neville", "Lulu & Michelle", "Love & Pity", "Laura Warehouse", "Elaine", and "Laura's Nightmare" – as well as "Love Theme From Eyes Of Laura Mars", sung by Streisand. Other tracks include "Native New Yorker" by Odyssey, "Let's All Chant" by MichaelZagerBand, and "Burn" by Michalski & Oosterveen. LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve. Cover is lightly bent at the bottom right corner.)
Here you go – everything you'll need to recreate the magic of the old days, except the cocaine! 2LPs worth of classic club tracks – including "In The Bush" by Musique, "YMCA" by Village People, "Let's All Chant" by MichaelZagerBand, "Hot Shot" by Karen Young, "Got To Be Real" by Cheryl Lynn, "Hot Jungle Drums" by DC La Rue, "Le Freak" by Chic, and "Disco Nights" by GQ. LP, Vinyl record album
Mostly a rock album, sure, but Genya Ravan's vocals are backed up by a band that includes MichaelZager on keyboards, plus a lot of other funky players. Zager produced, and the LP includes the nice break cut "Fourteenth Street", plus "Love Me", "Down In The Cold", and "The Pickpocket". LP, Vinyl record album
With selections by Boston, Commodores, Eddie Money, Meat Loaf, Gerry Rafferty, Peter Brown, Three Degrees, Joe Thomas, MichaelZagerBand, Sylvester, Cissy Houston, Karen Young, and others. LP, Vinyl record album
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