пятница, 24 апреля 2009 г.

Revelacion – (1979) Don't Give A Damn

Revelacion – (1979) Don't Give A Damn

Label: Carrere
Catalog#: 8179
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Country: France
Released: 1979
Genre: Electronic
Style: Disco


Engineer - René Ameline , Steve Short
Mixed By - David Costell
Producer, Mixed By - Cerrone
Notes: A-side total time: 7:26.
Recorded at Trident Studios, London - Ferber Studios, Paris.
Mixed at Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles.
Cutting: Translab Paris.


A1 Don't Give A Damn
A2 Paper Tigers
B Living It Up (6:15)


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Revelacion – (1977) The House Of The Rising Sun

Revelacion – (1977) The House Of The Rising Sun

Label: Crocos Records
Catalog#: 337 702
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: France
Released: 1977
Genre: Electronic
Style: Disco


Arranged By - Don Ray
Bass - Mo Foster
Guitar - Larry Juber , Slim Pezin
Keyboards - Georges Roddi*
Percussion - Chris Karan , Ray Cooper
Producer - Cerrone
Vocals - L. Rich
Notes: Recorded at Trident Studios, London and Gang Studios, Paris in November and December 1977.

Many thanks for their help to: Peter Booth, Peter Kelsey, TAM, Lutèce.
Thank you Don Ray and Cerrone for your talent and artistry.


A The House Of The Rising Sun + Revelacion Suite (16:10)
B1 Crocos Dance Part 1 (5:00)
B2 Crocos Dance Part 2 (3:30)
B3 Time For Love (6:05)


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четверг, 23 апреля 2009 г.

Don Ray – (1978) The Garden Of Love

Don Ray – (1978) The Garden Of Love

Catalog#: J 1611-41
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: France
Released: 1978
Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul
Style: Disco

Credits: Arranged By [Music] , Composed By - Don Ray
Backing Vocals - Kay Garner , Madeline Bell , Sue Glover
Bass - Mo Foster
Engineer - Mackie (2) , Neal Ross , Rene Ameline , Roland Guillautel
Guitar - Larry Juber , Slim Pezin
Keyboards - Don Ray , L. Dixon
Lead Vocals - L. Rich , Rob King
Percussion - F. Ricotti , M. Chantereau , Ray Cooper
Photography - P. Perroquin
Producer - Cerrone , Don Ray
Synthesizer - Cerrone , Don Ray , G. Roddi
Notes: Recorded Dec. 77/Jan. 78 at:
Trident Studios
Feber Studios
Studios 92

Mixed At Musicland Studios (Munich)
Published by Cerrone Music & Don Ray Music
Concept: Francis Pessin
"Special Thanks to:
Lene Lovich for her ideas and her help."


A1 Got To Have Loving (8:15)
A2 Body And Soul (4:23)
A3 Midnight Madness (5:41)
B1 Standing In The Rain (6:34)
B2 Garden Of Love (4:35)
B3 My Desire (7:34)


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Kongas – (1978) Anikana-O

Kongas – (1978) Anikana-O

Label: Salsoul Records
Catalog#: SA 8512
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Released: 1978
Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul
Style: Disco


Engineer [Assistant] - T. Beaumarie*
Engineer [Recording] - D. Blanc-Francard* , M. Lanaro* , P. Dobler*
Engineer [Remixing Assistant] - Odile Rogers
Engineer [Remixing] - Arthur Stoppe
Mastered By [Remastered] - Jose Rodriguez*
Mixed By - Tom Moulton
Producer - Jean Claudel
Notes: Recorded at Herouville Studios, Paris; Aquarium Studios, Paris; Hoche Studios, Paris.
Remixed at Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia.
Remastered at Sterling Sound, Inc., New York City.


A1 Anikana-O (10:14)
Written-By - Alec R. Costandinos , P. Cassano* , R. Cochis*
A2 Kongas Fun (6:09)
Written-By - Sylvain Claude
B1 Medley: What Ever Happened / Bongos Go (9:15)
Written-By - Alec R. Costandinos , N. Journo* , S. Tonini*
B2 Jungle (5:55)
Written-By - B. Bergman* , P. Sesti*


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Kongas - (1977) Africanism

Kongas - (1977) Africanism

Label: Crocos Records
Catalog#: 337 701
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: France
Released: 1977
Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul
Style: Disco


Backing Vocals - J. Stone (3) , K. Gardner* , L. Rich , S. Glover*
Engineer [Sound] - Mackie (2) , Peter Kelsey , René Ameline
Producer - Cerrone

Notes: Recorded at:
Trident Studios, London (basic tracks)
Ferber Studios, Paris (completed mixdown)
Musicland Studios, Munich (vocals and overdubs)


A1 Africanism Written-By - Cerrone , Donray*
A2 Gimme Some Loving Written-By - M. Winwood* , Spencer Davis , S. Winwood*
B1 Tatoo Woman (6:18) Written-By - Wisniak* , Cerrone
B2 Dr. Doo-Dah (9:30) Written-By - Cerrone , Donray*


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Kongas – (1974) Kongas

Kongas – (1974) Kongas

Label: Metronome
Catalog#: BLP 16.048
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: Germany
Released: 1974
Genre: Funk / Soul, Latin, Rock
Style: Salsa, Pop Rock, Prog Rock, Disco
Credits: Engineer - Dominique Blanc-Francard , M. Lanaro* , Pierre Dobler

Engineer [Assistant] - T. Beaumarie*
Remix - Dominique Blanc-Francard
Notes: Recorded in Paris at Herouville Studios, Aquarium Studios & Hoche Studios.


A1 Anikana-O (3:56) Written By - Lubiak , P. Cassano , R. Cochis , R. Rupen
A2 Pastel (3:19) Written By - M. Cerrone
A3 Right On Baby (2:20) Written By - R. Rupen , S. Tonini
A4 Kongas Fun (2:38) Written By - S. Claude
A5 Jungle (3:00) Written By - B. Bergman , P. Sesti
B1 Ring On The Bell (1:22) Written By - P. Sesti
B2 Sea Wards (Part I) (2:52) Written By - N. Journo
B3 What Ever Happened (1:45) Written By - N. Journo , R. Rupen
B4 Bungos Go (2:41) Written By - S. Tonini
B5 Sweet Drums? (3:41) Written By - M. Cerrone
B6 Stop Fooling (5:29) Written By - A. Allet
B7 Sea Wards (Part II) (0:49) Written By - N. Journo


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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Cerrone (born Jean-Marc Cerrone, 24 May 1952, Vitry-sur-Seine, near Paris, France) is a French disco drummer, singer-songwriter and record producer.

Early life

At the age of 12, he started playing drums and listening to Otis Redding's songs. Cerrone's passion for music scared his father, who tried to distract him from his obsession. By the end of the 1960s, he was fascinated by, among others, Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana and Blood, Sweat & Tears.

At the age of 17, he convinced Gilbert Trigano to hire rock bands for his holiday clubs: Club Med (Club Mediterranée). Cerrone became the A&R scout for 40 Club Med vacation villages around the world. His first recordings as a part of Kongas were released on Barclay Records, where he issued his first hit single, "Boom". He is most famous from the Kongas days for "Anikana-O", co-written and produced by Alec R. Costandinos. A remix was done by Tom Moultonfor the U.S. release on Salsoul Records. This mix was also used on other international releases.


Based in Paris, Cerrone recorded, composed, and performed his solo debut "Love In C Minor", again with Costandinos. Released on his own Malligator imprint, and distributed by Warner Filipacci in France, it immediately shocked audiences with its controversial cover. It was later released with a new, tamer cover that took flashes of nude women into the background and replaced them with four arms clenched instead for the American release. It also featured a cover version of Los Bravos "Black is Black" and "Midnite Lady", an instrumental piece. Cotillion Records released the album through Warner distribution in the U.S. The album was released un-edited in Canada, using the original master tapes. This was the final collaboration between Cerrone and the Egyptian-born Costandinos, who went on to create dancefloor hits such as "I've Found Love" by Love & Kisses, and the disco opera re-telling of the story of "Romeo and Juliet".

Cerrone continued using pieces of photographic and audio erotica when he released his second album, Cerrone's Paradise. It was recorded with Raymond Donnez, also known as "Don Ray", as part of his arrangement entourage after parting company with Costandinos. The original French album cover featured a naked model draped over the top of a refrigerator with a jar of white powder spilled in front of it. The U.S. release featured a photo of Cerrone wearing a Hawaiian shirt.

His third album, Supernature sold over eight million albums worldwide. A departure from the lush orchestration with electronic instrumentation added to the mix, it was co-written by Lene Lovich and was arranged by Alain Wisniak. The song "Supernature" has a sci-fi theme: it's about the rebellion of mutant creatures — created by scientists to end starvation among mankind — against the humans. It also featured "Sweet Drums", a three-minute-and-ten-second drum breakdown. The original French album cover was again different, having a gatefold opening with nudes in the centre. The music itself was the same.

"Supernature" was used as the theme music to Thames TV's The Kenny Everett Video Show, which was shown across the UK.

After the success of Supernature, Cerrone IV: The Golden Touch was released to largely positive reviews and was another U.S. disco chart-topper. Driven by "Je Suis Music", "Look For Love", and the urban-slanted "Rocket In The Pocket", this album showed his fusion attributes, foreshadowing his future releases.

Cerrone then ventured into movie scoring, supplying the music score for Brigade Mondaine, a French film. Alternate mixes of his hits were made, such as "Give Me Love", "Phonic" (originally released as a 12" single on the Crocos label), and "Striptease". The latter was an underground hit, introduced to international audiences through the Disconet subscription service for DJs. It was a key inclusion on "Cerrone by Bob Sinclar".

Cerrone V marked a radical departure for the artist, where he made a full-fledged attempt to become the vocalist. Moving from Cotillion to Atlantic Records in the U.S., "Rock Me" was the first single and, although clubs reacted fairly well, it did not reach the heights of his previous releases. Sonically, it bears a resemblance to "Hot Stuff" by Donna Summer. Recorded in Los Angeles, California with the musicians backing Toto, Cerrone co-wrote "Call Me Tonight" with producer Bob Esty and vocalist/lyricist Michelle Aller.

His sixth album, Cerrone VI, was the first of his albums not to be released in the U.S. and was issued on Malligator and Unidisc in Canada. Unlike his previous albums, this non-rhythmic offering, using new electronic elements such as the Fairlight CMI computer, was more of Cerrone exploring the entire musical landscape. Lyricist Pamela Forrest, a Liverpool-born, Paris-based lyricist, added her magic to the album. The instrumental, Herb Alpert–inspired "Rendezvous" received scattered Adult Contemporary airplay in Canada. Cerrone also returned to the erotic album covers, using an existing Cheyco Leydemann photograph of a bare-breasted blonde in a lawnchair, and inserting himself in the photograph.

In a true return to form, "You Are The One" was the cornerstone of his seventh record. An 11-minute version of "Cherry Tree" remains on the shelf. This album was rumoured to have been recorded twice: first with Stoke-on-Trent, England, native Kay Garner, long the voice of Cerrone's biggest successes; and then with Brown. The version with Garner on the lead vocals has never been released.

As a bridge between Cerrone's seventh and eighth albums, a 12" single, "Tripping On The Moon", was released prior and was a blockbuster import hit. Sung by Kay Garner, and vocally reminiscent in tone of "Supernature", it was never released in North America as a single. It later became a part of Cerrone VIII:Back Track. It was released on John Luongo's Portrait label, distributed by CBS. Although the title track was a mild chart hit in the clubs, the album's lone bright spot was a re-recording of "Supernature" sung by Montreal-based Nanette Workman. Workman had a 1973 hit with the song "The Queen" on Big Tree Records. A short time thereafter, Canadian born singer Claudja Barry did a cover version of "Trippin'", released on Personal Records.

His ninth album, Your Love Survived, featured male lead vocals other than his own sung by the late Arthur Simms. Simms had also recorded a solo album with Alec R. Costandinos on his Ibis/Casablanca imprint. Pamela Forrest also rejoined the cast, writing lyrics on the album. Re-recordings of hits such as "Give Me Love", "Look For Love", and "Call Me Tonight" were also featured on this double LP set. Key tracks included "Get Your Lovin'" and "Workout".

Another return to form was his tenth album, Where Are You Now?. Sung by American Carole Rowley and released on Malligator in France, Hi-NRG producer and mixer Ian Levine was tabbed to do the mix, prompting a 12" release on the Record Shack label. In 1984, "Club Underworld" was also released as a single, in both France and the United States on Personal Records, with a new mix.

Perhaps the most-interesting Cerrone record that was never to be on a full-length album was his terrific interpretation of "Standing In The Shadows Of Love" intertwined with his own composition "Freak Connection". It was released only in France.

Cerrone's boutique label, Crocos, was the home to a number of independently produced projects. "Africanism" by Kongas, arranged by Don Ray, was an energetic fusion of tribal drum beats and emotive male vocals framed around a cover version of "Gimme Some Lovin'" by Traffic. It was licensed for North American distribution in a deal between Cerrone and Polydor U.S.

Don Ray created a furore with his dance-pop album Garden Of Love, which was written with Cerrone, the entire album is considered a seminal classic. Hits such as "Got To Have Lovin'", "Body & Soul", and "Standing In The Rain" guided the album to #1 Stateside. Rob King, late of Manfred Mann's Earth Band, was the vocalist on the album. The previously mentioned Lene Lovich wrote the lyrics.

Revelacion, a studio act, released two albums: a side-long version of "House Of The Rising Sun" on Crocos (which was also released at almost the same time as Santa Esmeralda's second album) and "Don't Give A Damn", a 16-minute electronic-spiced, downtempo track recalling "Music of Life" on Malligator.

He also produced singles "Tonight The Night" for percussionist Mo Cooper and "Phonic" by Phonic, the latter of which echoes the synth boom that was started by Space's "Magic Fly". A song featuring LaToya Jackson was also issued, entitled "Oops, Oh No".

In 1992 Cerrone's show Dreamtime ran on Broadway at The Ed Sullivan Theater.

By the 2000s, Cerrone's European success helped his 2002 hit "Hysteria", and the album become a success. By 2007, he issued the song "Laisser Toucher". It is the lead single from his album Celebrate!, released in early 2008. The second single from the album was "Misunderstanding." Cerrone issued his twentieth album release, Love Ritual on 7 July 2008. The lead single is the title track which preceded the full length album. "Love Ritual" also has a supporting music video. It was quickly followed by the next two singles, "It Had To Be You" and "Tattoo Woman." The single, "Tattoo Woman" with remixes by Jamie Lewis was made available domestically in the U.S. on traxsource.com.

On March 12, 2009 Cerrone released the album "Cerrone by Jamie Lewis" for free on his website. He stated that "music is condemned to be free and that it is necessary to find other solutions to make revenues"

Cerrone also won 5 Grammy Awards, some Golden Globes, awards from Billboard Disco Forum events, and gold and platinum discs.



Cerrone with Kongas

Cerrone with Kongas - (1974) Kongas (LP)
Cerrone with Kongas - (1977) Africanism (LP)
Cerrone with Kongas - (1978) Anikana-O (LP)


Profile:Formed in France in the early 1970s, the Kongas boasted several members that would change the face of disco music, among them Don Ray and Cerrone.

Kongas are notable for launching the career of French disco producer extraordinaire Jean-Marc Cerrone, who served as a percussionist in their early years. Playing a fusion of guitar-oriented, progressive-minded rock and polyrhythmic, Fela Kuti-style Afro-funk, Kongas took up residency at the Papagayo club in the French Riviera town of St. Tropez in the early '70s. French producer Eddie Barclay signed the group to his Barclay label, where they scored a minor hit single with "Boom," and toured Europe, Japan, and Africa. They released a debut album, Afro Rock, in 1974; however, musical differences led to Cerrone's departure for a highly successful solo career as a disco performer and producer, leaving writer/producer Alec Costandinos as Kongas' guiding influence. Cerrone returned in 1977 to produce the group's second album, Africanism, which featured a side-long medley of the title track and the Spencer Davis Group's "Gimme Some Lovin'." 1978 brought the release of a 12" single on the New York-based disco label Salsoul, which featured "Anikana-O" and "Kongas Fun," their two best-known and most-compiled tracks.

Cerrone with Don Ray

Cerrone with Don Ray - (1978) The Garden Of Love (LP)

Don Ray - Real Name: Raymond Donnez

Profile: Don Ray was a musician with Alec Costandinos and his name appears on many of Alec's albums. His solo album, "Garden of Love", was produced by Cerrone (of "Love in C Minor" fame), and contains the hit disco track "Got to Have Loving". Also listen out for jazz-funk classic "Standing in the Rain" and the slower "My Desire". The disco stomper "Midnight Madness" is only available on UK 12".

Cerrone with Revelacion

Revelacion – (1977) The House Of The Rising Sun
Revelacion – (1979) Don't Give A Damn

Profile: One of Cerrone's many side-projects of the late 70s, the idea of Revelación came when Cerrone's musical partner Raymond Donnez (aka Don Ray) parted from Santa Esmeralda because of disagreements of royalties from their multi-million selling 1977 hit "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" for which Donnez had written the musical arrangements. As a revenge, Donnez and Cerrone rushed into the studio and recorded what had already been planned as the next Santa Esmeralda rework, a 16-min. flamenco-disco-rock cover of "The House of the Rising Sun", in November 1977. Credited to Revelación, it was released in January 1978, just before Santa Esmeralda's version came out. Neither of the versions could match the success of Santa Esmeralda's debut. A later 1979 album Don't Give A Damn - the title track was taken from Cerrone's soundtrack album Brigade Mondaine - La secte de Marrakesh - sank without a trace.

Cerrone - (1976) Love in C Minor (Cerrone I)
Cerrone - (1977) Cerrone's Paradise (Cerrone II)
Cerrone - (1977) Supernature (Cerrone III)
Cerrone - (1978) Brigade Moundaine
Cerrone - (1978) Cerrone IV: The Golden Touch
Cerrone - (1979) Angelina (Cerrone V)
Cerrone - (1980) Portrait Of A Modern Man (Cerrone VI)
Cerrone - (1980) You Are The One (Cerrone VII)
Cerrone - (1982) Back Track (Cerrone VIII)
Cerrone - (1982) Your Love Survived (Cerrone IX)
Cerrone - (1983) Where Are You Now (Cerrone X)
Cerrone - (1985) The Collector (Cerrone XI)
Cerrone - (1989) Way In (Cerrone XII)
Cerrone - (1990) Dancing Machine (Cerrone XIII)
Cerrone - (1992) Dream (Cerrone XIV)
Cerrone - (1993) X-Xex (Cerrone XV)
Cerrone - (1994) Human Nature (Cerrone XVI)
Cerrone - (1995) Best of Remixes
Cerrone - (2001) Cerrone by Bob Sinclair (Cerrone XVII)
Cerrone - (2002) Hysteria (Cerrone XVIII)
Cerrone - (2004) Culture: The best of (Cerrone XIX)
Cerrone - (2006) Orange Mécanique - The Score (Cerrone XX)
Cerrone - (2007) Celebrate! (Cerrone XXI)
Cerrone - (2008) Love Ritual (Cerrone XXII)
Cerrone - (2009) Cerrone by Jamie Lewis (Cerrone XXIII)

Special releases

Cerrone - (1978) Live: Paris
Cerrone - (1983) Live: Paris
Cerrone - (2006) Orange Mecanique (The Score)

Movie Soundtracks:

Cerrone - (1979) Vice Squad - Brigade Moundaine
Cerrone - (1979) La secte de Marakech
Cerrone - (1980) Voudou aux Caraïbes
Cerrone - (1990) Dancin' Machine

Cerrone – (2001) Remix 2001 Cerrone by Bob Sinclar

воскресенье, 19 апреля 2009 г.

Various - Deep Disco Culture Vol. Two

Various - Deep Disco Culture Vol. Two
Underground Disco Rarities & Future Club Classics

Label: Suss'd Records
Catalog#: SUSSD CD 002
Format: 2 x CD, Compilation
Country: UK
Released: 2007
Genre: Funk / Soul
Style: Disco

Codec: Lame 3.92
Quality: CBR, 320kbps, stereo


1.01 Azoto
San Salvador (12" Instrumental Mix) (5:19)

1.02 Buari
I'm Ready (5:29)

1.03 Franky & Jamo
Set Me On Fire (3:46)

1.04 Bumblebee Unlimited
Funk For Days (2:59)

1.05 Bean Brothers, The
Feel The Groove (5:24)

1.06 Crosstown Traffic
Party People (6:59)

1.07 Donna McGhee
I'm A Lovebug (4:21)

1.08 Caress
I Can't Let You Walk Away (5:48)

1.09 Eli's Second Coming
Love Chant (Part 1) (3:17)

1.10 Starzarus
Starship Love (4:03)

1.11 Poopee And The N.Y. Squirrels
Bust That Nut (Downtown Mix) (7:48)

1.12 Universal Robot Band*
Doing Anything Tonight (7:02)

1.13 Captain Dax
Dr Beezar (2:42)

1.14 Holzer & Kamura
Pure Love (3:05)

1.15 Oral Caress
Charlies Angels (Edit) (7:31)

2.01 Rhythm Makers*
Zone (Remix) (5:14) Producer - Billy Terrell

2.02 Jimmy "Handyman" Jones*
Handymans Back In Town (4:24)

2.02 Kim Taylor
Stomp Your Feet & Dance (12" Vocal Mix) (5:28) Producer - Patricia Brown , Peter Brown

2.04 Lee Porter
Can You Make Love To A Disco Beat (Vocal Mix) (5:23)

2.05 Family
Music (Listen To The Music) (3:31)

2.06 Ray Munnings
Let's Boogie (5:33)

2.07 Sammy Gordon & The Hip Huggers
Making Love (6:58)

2.08 Cloud One
Atmosphere Strut (1979 Remix Pt. 2) (7:58)

2.09 Main Ingredient
Everything Man (2:38)

2.10 Pam Todd & Love Exchange, The*
Can't Hold This Feeling (4:49)

2.11 Sparkle
Disco Madness (5:49)

2.12 Classy Dance Orchestra
New York Strut (6:35)

2.14 Tantra (2)
Hills Of Katmandu (Patrick Cowley Mix) (13:29) Remix - Patrick Cowley


Various - Deep Disco Culture Vol. One

Various - Deep Disco Culture Vol. One
Underground Disco Rarities & Future Club Classics

Label: Suss'd Records
Catalog#: SUSSD CD 001
Format: 2 x CD, Compilation
Country: UK
Released: 2006
Genre: Funk / Soul
Style: Disco

Codec: Lame 3.92
Quality: CBR, 320kbps, stereo


1.01 Marta Acuna
Dance Dance Dance (Original 12" Mix) (6:13)

1.02 Anvil Band, The
I'll Be True (Original Album Version) (3:13)

1.03 Moment Of Truth
So Much For Love (Original Tom Moulton 12" Instrumental Remix) (5:40) Remix - Tom Moulton

1.04 Udell
Won't You Try (Original 12" Mix) (5:35)

1.05 Metropolis
I Love New York (Original 12" Mix) (5:07)

1.06 Claudja Barry
Sweet Dynamite (Original Tom Moulton 12" Mix) (7:22) Mixed By - Tom Moulton

1.07 Lemon Freak
On (Original 12" Mix) (4:36)

1.08 Cloud One
Atmosphere Strut (Original 12" Mix) (9:18)

1.09 Catherine Miller
Hunchin' All Night (Original 12" Mix) (4:55)

1.10 Paper Doll*
Get Down Boy (Original 12" Instrumental Mix) (7:21)

1.11 Best Friend Around
It's So Good To Know (Original 12" Mix) (7:04)

1.12 D-R-U-M
Lalabye (Original 12" Mix) (8:21)

1.13 Caress (4)
Opportunity (Original Album Mix) (3:29)

2.01 Brenda Harris
Making Love (Original 12" Mix) (6:45)

2.02 Karisma Featuring Jocelyn Brown
Got You Dancin' (Original 12" Mix) (5:24)

2.03 Rainbow Brown
Let's Go Another Round (Original Tom Moulton 12" Remix) (4:06) Remix - Tom Moulton

2.04 Miami Disco Band, The (I Wanna) Go Home With You (Original Tom Moulton 12" Mix) (4:36) Mixed By - Tom Moulton

2.05 Johnny & Michael Hill*
Too Hot To Stop (Original 12" Mix) (7:59)

2.06 Music Makers, The*
Jump, Jump, Jump (Original 12" Mix) (8:00)

2.07 Sparkle
Handsome Man (Original 12" Mix) (6:23)

2.08 Shift
Roller Rink Funk (Original 12" Mix) (4:36)

2.09 Licky
African Rock (Original 12" Mix) (6:19)

2.10 Luv You Madly Orchestra
Moon Maiden (Original 12" Mix) (8:46)

2.11 Cream De Coco
Disco Strut (Original 12" Mix) (7:51)

2.12 Donna McGhee
Make It Last Forever (Original Full Album Mix) (8:16)