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Alright! - Black American Dance Music From The Disco Era



alright black american dance music from the disco era
Alright! - Black American Dance Music From The Disco Era
(BGP 2001) Selected by Dean Rudland

Note : ***½ (Havanito)

Tracklisting :
01 Everthing's Gonna Be Alright - The Clark Sisters
02 Free Man - South Shore Commission
03 Sure Can't Go to the Moon - CJ & Co
04 Latin Disco - The Counts
05 Magic Man - King Errisson
06 Alvin Stone (Death of a Gangster) - The Fantastic Four
07 Moon Trek - Mike Theodore
08 Some Like It Hot - Denis Coffey
09 Disco Booty [A Tom Moulton Mix] - Melvin Sparks
10 Love Don't Come Easy - New Jersey Connection
11 Sadie - Joe Bataan
12 I Need Somebody to Love Tonight - Sylvester

Liens :
bgp
acerecords.co.uk - Le site officiel du label Ace qui distribue le label BGP
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