. Sean Ali & Munk Julious feat. MissFlyBlack Berry Love The 11th Hour Sounds Of Ali .Produced & Arranged by Sean Ali and Munk Julious. Lyrics Written & Performed by MissFly. Keys by George Lesley. . samples
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. Trinidadian DeepSome Sweet Ting Neroli .All tracks written and produced by Damian Lee Ah Yen aka Trinidadian Deep, except “Atmospheric Funk” written and produced by Trinidadian Deep and Volcov. . samples
. DJ: Ralf GUM Affiliation: GOGO Music Country: Germany / South Africa .Listen / Download .-1. Benedetto & Farina Ft LT Brown – Im So Grateful (Greg Gauthier Dance Culture Mix) 2. Louis Benedetti & Andricka Hall – Life Is Good (Louis Benedetti Dub) 3. Jimpster – Don’t push it 4. Franck Roger – We walk to dance 5.
I’m going to re-post this blog again because it’s one of my most popular since I started this blog years ago. I’ve added yet another zip which may have doubles of some of the other stuff but as alway, enjoy. I think it’s worth sharing again for my more recent readers. This is the third
Belgian act Disco Connection debuted with a NRG disco version of George McRae’s Rock Your Baby and followed it up with a cover of the Patrick Hernandez disco classic Born to Be Alive. Born is often considered to be among the most cheesy disco records of all time. I defy anyone to say that
Refreshed Links Valter Fausto Bassani released three italo disco records under the moniker Klapto. He also used other aliases with Meccano being the most well known. 1983 was the best year in history of Italo Disco The first and probably the most infectious was Mister Game in 1983. Queen of the Night was their follow-up
Refreshed links1986 Sensation Records highly collectible italo disco release. Both sides are HOT! BOTH SIDES
The debut single by Via Verdi Diamond was a number 1 hit in Italy and rode the charts from 1985 into 1986. It in fact was the #21 record of the year in 1986 and became the theme song for the hit t.v. show about pop music called Discoring.Oh Oh Diamond Not only was it a
updated links Sicilian brothers Carmelo and Michelangelo La Bionda are known as the inventors of Italian Disco. They began recording in 1973 but debuted even earlier as songwriters. Their 1978 hit One for You, One for Me (a #9 pop hit in Italy) even managed to become a big pop hit in the U.K. among other
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