The 1980 LP from Player  (aka PlayBack), “Game Over.”
From 1980, Mantus’s Disco cover of the Arthur Brown song, “Fire.” Click here for the original version.
From 1980, Boris Midney and his Disco version of “The Imperial March” from “Star Wars.” Click here for more on the reissue of this classic Disco LP on the Disco Recharge label.
Theo Vaness - I Can’t Dance Without You (Jkriv Edit)
You might remember Jkriv since we wrote a post about his edit of I Wanna Dance With Somebody by Whitney Houston and his label Deep&Disco when we started the Funky Disco Please! experience. If you don’t, a quick look here will refresh your memory! (Plus the track featured in the post is amazing!)
Anyway here’s another brillant edit he made of 1980 Theo Vaness’s track I Can’t Dance Without You. We really wanted to share this one with you as the way Jkriv gradually introduces the various intruments is particulary impressive!
From 1980, here’s Hot R.S. performing “Money (That’s What I Want).” From Wikipedia: …a 1959 hit single by Barrett Strong for the Tamla label, distributed nationally on Anna Records. The song was written by Tamla founder Berry Gordy and Janie Bradford, and became the first hit record for Gordy’s Motown enterprise. It went on to be covered by many artists including The Beatles, with covers by The Flying Lizards, The Sonics and The Kingsmen reaching high chart positions.”
From Boris Midney’s 1980 LP “Music From The Empire Strikes Back,” here’s “Yoda’s Theme.”
From 1980, Boris Midney’s “Music From The Empire Strikes Back.” Click here for more on this artist/producer.
From 1980, Montana Orchestra performing “Montana Christmas Medley.”
The 1980 (?) LP from Montana Orchestra, “Merry Christmas, Get Down New Years Eve.”
From the 1980 “Mad Disco” flexi-disc, here’s “Disco Suicide.”
He’ll be sorry finding out I died
Because he didn’t make me his bride
that two faced jekyl won’t be able to hide
from my Disco Suicide!
A big fallin’ mirror ball might end it all at the boogie hall
For Disco I’d give my word to die at thirty-three-and-a-third
or strangle myself with stereo phones
to the disco tones of Grace Jones
and if that turns out to be a bummer
I’ll swallow a cassette of Donna Summer
(ahhh…love to love ya baby…)