Introduction to Deep Disco tracklist

YemskyYemsky 589 Posts
Can the strut help with the tracklist to Egon's Introduction to Deep Disco?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-vr4x98aZg

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  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 2,770 Posts
    0:00...Anubis "Anubis"
    10:25...Key and Cleary with The Chosen Few Band "What It Takes To Live"
    Yemsky

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,418 Posts

    Not much disco at the beginning LOL, plenty of soul & funk 

    @22:00 Courtial - Losing You

    the track after is real nice.
    Yemsky

  • YemskyYemsky 589 Posts

    Not much disco at the beginning LOL, plenty of soul & funk 

    @22:00 Courtial - Losing You

    the track after is real nice.

    Couldn’t agree more with both your first and last sentence. 


  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,418 Posts
    The bassline reminds me of Sylvia Striplin's You Can't Turn Me Away.

  • para11axpara11ax No-style-havin' mf'er 376 Posts
    Yemsky said:

    Not much disco at the beginning LOL, plenty of soul & funk 

    @22:00 Courtial - Losing You

    the track after is real nice.

    Couldn’t agree more with both your first and last sentence. 

    The tune before Courtial is Afrodisia “Sugar Free”

    I hope that helps!


  • YemskyYemsky 589 Posts
    It also reminded me a bit of Ayers productions.

    Anyway, it turns out that my question for a track list was one of those embarrassing examples of me not knowing my own record collection. I do not own a single original of these but seven out of nine re-issues. One track, I can't identify.

    0:00 Anubis - Anubis

    2:20 Johnnie & Joe - Help Me Brother

    4:55 Apple And Three Oranges - Love Brings Out The Best Of You

    6:50 ??? - ??? (“She’s Gone”)

    10:25 Key & Cleary - What It Takes To Live

    14:10 Sha-La-La - Mixed Feeling

    17:35 Afrodisia  - Sugar Free

    22:38 Courtial With Errol Knowles - Losing You

    25:45 Pure Essence - Wake Up

    Duderonomy

  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 2,770 Posts
    Yemsky said:
    Anyway, it turns out that my question for a track list was one of those embarrassing examples of me not knowing my own record collection. I do not own a single original of these

    Great music needs to be identified. I should have known that Apple & 3 Oranges. Had it playing in my car a while ago.

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