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From 1979, Cleveland Eaton & The Garden Of Eaton (no relation!) performing “The Birmingham Train.”
“Bang Bang,” the 1980 LP from one-album studio group Plastic Surprise (produced by Peter Di Milo).
From 1976, Jackie Robinson performing “Moving Like A Superstar.” Until this week, I’d only heard the Amadeo version of this song, which is much campier.
The 1976 LP from Jackie Robinson (aka Gitta MacKay, Gitta Walther, and Simone), “I’m Different.” From www.readysteadygirls.eu: She is one of the original voices on Silver Convention’s 1975 hit “Fly, Robin, Fly,” but couldn’t join the official line up of the group due to her commitment to the Love Generation. She also provided the trademark scream on Penny McLean’s 1975 German chart topper “Lady Bump,” and even had her own disco hit in the US under the name Jackie Robinson. Click here to read more.
In honor of Grace Jones’ 65th birthday here’s the B-side of the “Sex Drive” single from 1993, “Typical Male.” I think this song is fantastic, and can’t understand why it didn’t get more attention.
Gloria Gaynor’s brilliant live performance of “I Will Survive” on a 1979 episode of “The Midnight Special.”
The 1978 LP from Geoff Love’s Big Disco Sound, “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind And Other Disco-Galactic Themes.” Click here for the Wikipedia entry for this artist.
The 1979 LP from Gene Chandler, “When You’re #1.” Click here for more on this artist.
Forget vinyl, engineer produces the world’s first laser-cut records made from WOOD! (Click here for dailymail article.)
‘Some songs are better suited for this process, songs that are very full in the lower to mid range, but also very sparse overall are best.’