Disco Fire 1979, Vol.2 ( 2 Parts)


Side A
01-Disco Inferno – Trammps
02-Keep It Comin’ Love – K.C. & The Sunshine Band
03-Dazz – Brick
04-Bionic Boogie – Risky Changes
05-Dance Across The Floor – Jimmy Bo Horne
06-Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood – Santa Esmeralda

Side B
01-Best Of My Love – Emotions
02-Running Away – Roy Ayers
03-Ma Baker – Boney M
04-Chattanooga Choo Choo –  Tuxedo Junction
05-Let’s All Chant – Michael Zager Band
06-Dance With Me – Peter Brown

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Disco Fire 1979, Vol.2 ( 2 Parts)

Direct from Studio 54 (1979) (2 Parts)

Side A
A1–L.J. Johnson    – 24 Hours A Day(Written By D. Raye Leake, I. Levine) 5:03
A2–Lax – Dancin’ At The Disco(Written By G. Leib, R. Benatar) 6:16
A3–The Wonderland Band – Paradise Island(Written By G. Scott, M. Barkan, M. Brown) 6:09
A4–El Coco – Love Exciter(Written By E. Cobb, W.M. Lewis, L. Rinder) 5:28

Side B
B1–Bob McGilpin    – Sexy Thing(Written By Bob McGilpin, John Hoke) 4:44
B2–Viola Wills – (Gonna Get Along) Without You Now(Written By M. Kellen) 5:14
B3–Roots – (What Are You Doing) In Casablanca(Written By G. Di Nino, L. Carrier) 5:06
B4–Love & Kisses – You Must Be Love

A Night At Studio 54 (1979) Vinyl Pressing (4 Sides)

A Night at Studio 54 is a compilation album issued by Casablanca Records in 1979,
featuring disco music played frequently at the famous New York City nightclub Studio 54.
A double album, the music was segued between tracks for continuous playing. The album
peaked at #21 on the Billboard album charts. It has not been released on CD.


Side one
1.”Le Freak”- Chic
2.”Let’s All Chant” – Michael Zager Band
3.”YMCA” – Village People
4.”Disco Nights (Rock-Freak)” – GQ

Side two
1.”Take Me Home” – Cher
2.”I Love the Nightlife (Disco ‘Round)” – Alicia Bridges
3.”I Found Love (Now That I Found You)” – Love and Kisses
4.”Last Dance” – Donna Summer

Side three
1.”Got to Be Real” – Cheryl Lynn
2.”I Got My Mind Made Up” – Instant Funk
3.”Hot Shot” – Karen Young
4.”I Love America” – Patrick Juvet

Side four
1.”Souvenirs” – Voyage
2.”Hot Jungle Drums and Voo Doo Rhythm” – D.C. LaRue
3.”In the Bush” – Musique
4.”Instant Replay” – Dan Hartman
5.”Shake Your Groove Thing” – Peaches & Herb 

Barry White – 1979 The Message Is Love

1.It Ain’t Love, Babe(Until You Give It)(Barry White) 4:22
2.Hung Up in Your Eyes(Barry White) 4:11
3.You’re the One I Need(Barry White,Smead Hudman) 4:23
4.Any Fool Could See(You Were Meant for Me)(Barry White) 4:45
5.Love Ain’t Easy(Barry White) 5:36
6.I’m on Fire(Robert Jason) 5:39
7.I Found Love(Barry White) 6:57

Released-October 16, 1979
Genre-Disco, Soul, R&B
Label-Unlimited Gold
Producer-Barry White

”The Message Is Love” is the self-produced tenth album by American R&B singer Barry White, released in 1979. It was White’s first release on his own CBS-affiliated custom label, Unlimited Gold, following his departure from long-time label 20th Century-Fox Records, and advance interest was high. The album however proved a disappointment both critically and commercially. Lacking an obvious hit single to provide sales impetus, it stalled outside the R&B top 10 (peaking at #14) and could only reach #67 on the pop chart. The poor performance of the album set the pattern for White’s career slump in the early 1980s, which saw him fail to place any other album on the Billboard top 100 during the decade.

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Barry White – 1979-I Love To Sing The Songs I Sing

1.I Love to Sing the Songs I Sing(White,Politi,Wilson) 2:50
2.Girl, What’s Your Name(White,Pearson,Wilson) 4:08
3.Once upon a Time(You Were a Friend of Mine)(Coleman) 6:01
4.Oh Me, Oh My(I’m Such a Lucky Guy)(White,Wilson,Politi,Cooksey) 5:04
5.I Can’t Leave You Alone(White,Sepe,Wilson) 3:25
6.Call Me Baby(Coleman) 8:04
7.How Did You Know It Was Me?(Coleman) 6:47

Released-April 10, 1979
Genre-R&B, Soul
Label-20th Century-Fox Records
Producer-Barry White

” I Love to Sing the Songs I Sing” is the self-produced ninth album by American R&B singer Barry White, released in 1979 on the 20th Century-Fox Records label. I Love to Sing the Songs I Sing fulfilled White’s 20th Century-Fox Records contract. White was increasingly dissatisfied with that label’s management when Russ Regan left the label to form Millennium Records and felt that he was being ignored in terms of promotion at the time. He then left the company and signed a custom label contract with CBS Records to release future material under his own Unlimited Gold imprint. White’s first album on his new label, The Message Is Love, was released seven months and six days after I Love to Sing the Songs I Sing. With attention and interest focused on his well-publicized CBS deal, I Love to Sing the Songs I Sing passed by largely unnoticed. It was the least successful album of his 20th Century career, only reaching #40 on the R&B chart, which six of his eight previous albums had
topped. None of the single releases made any impact either.

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Disconet Top Tune Medley 1979, Volume 2, Program 3, DJ John Matarazzo & DJ Mike Arato (15')

No More Medlies (Enough Is Enough) – (a.k.a. Top Tune/1979 Medley)

1.Instant Funk — I’ve Got My Mind Made Up
2.Love DeLuxe — Here Comes That Sound Again
3.Jackie Moore — This Time Baby
4.Suzi Lane — Harmony
5.Michael Jackson — Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough
6.Gino Soccio — Dancer
7.Poussez — Come On And Do It
8.Don Armando’s Second Ave. Rhumba Band — Deputy Of Love
9.Bonnie Pointer — Heaven Must Have Send You
10.Debbie Jacobs — Don’t You Want My Love
11.Poussez — Never Gonna Say Goodbye
12.Deniece Williams — I’ve Got The Next Dance
13.Teri DeSario — Ain’t Nothing Gonna Keep Me From You
14.Kat Mandu — The Break
15.Machine — There But For The Grace Of God Go I
16.France Joli — Come To Me
17.Ferrara — Love Attack
18.Donna Summer & Barbra Streisand — No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)

BPM 116-130

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Disconet Top Tune Medley 1979, Volume 2, Program 3, DJ John Matarazzo & DJ Mike Arato (15′)

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DJ Mikey D'Merola – Bits & Pieces – Disco 79 Special Disco Mixer (15')

1–Candi Staton-When You Wake Up Tomorrow   
2–Al Hudson & The Partners-You Can Do It   
4–Gene Chandler-Get Down   
5–Stephanie Mills-Put Your Body In It   
6–The Jacksons-Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)   
7–Love De-Luxe-Here Comes That Sound   
8–Jackie Moore-This Time Baby   
9–Black Ivory-Mainline   
10–Antonia Rodriguez-La Bamba   
11–John Davis & The Monster Orchestra-Love Magic   
12–Donna Summer-Bad Girls   
14–Ferrara-Wuthering Heights (Act I)   
15–Gino Soccio-Dancer   
16–Harvey Mason-Groovin’ You   
17–GQ-Disco Nights (Rock-Freak)   
18–Cissy Houston-Warning – Danger   
19–Poussez!-Come On And Do It   
20–Patrick Juvet-Lady Night   
21–AKB-Stand Up – Sit Down   
22–Deniece Williams-I’ve Got The Next Dance   
23–Ashford & Simpson-Found A Cure   
24–Bonnie Boyer-Got To Give In To Love   
25–L.A.X.-Dancin’ At The Disco

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DJ Mikey D’Merola – Bits & Pieces – Disco 79 Special Disco Mixer (15′)

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Disconet Top Tune Medley 1979, Volume 3, Program 6, DJ John Matarazzo & DJ Mike Arato (15')

Same Program with Different Number –
Disconet Top Tune Medley 1979, Volume 4, Program 8, Bonus Side 2, DJ John Matarazzo & DJ Mike Arato (15′)

a.k.a. No More Medlies (EnoughIsEnough)
1. Instant Funk ‘I’ve Got My Mind Made Up’
2. Love Deluxe ‘Here Comes That Sound Again’
3. Jackie Moore ‘This Time Baby’
4. Suzi Lane ‘Harmony’
5. Michael Jackson ‘Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough’
6. Gino Soccio ‘Dancer’
7. Poussez ‘Come On And Do It’
8. Don Armando’s Second Ave. Rhumba Ban ‘Deputy Of Love’
9. Bonnie Pointer ‘Heaven Must Have Sent You’
10. Debbie Jacobs ‘Don’t You Want My Love’
11. Poussez ‘Never Gonna Say Goodbye’
12. Deniece Williams ‘I’ve Got The Next Dance’
13. Teri Desario ‘Ain’t Nothing Gonna Keep Me From You’
14. Kat Mandu ‘The Break’
15. Machine ‘There But For The Grace Of God Go I’
16. France Joli ‘Come To Me’
17. Ferrara ‘Love Attack’
18. Donna Summer & Barbra Streisand ‘No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)’

No More Medleys (Enough Is Enough) Produced by John Matarazzo and Mike Arato

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Disconet Top Tune Medley 1979, Volume 3, Program 6, DJ John Matarazzo & DJ Mike Arato (15′)

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