Disco (soul/funk) records you’re feelin

pookeyblowpookeyblow 406 Posts
edited November 2005 in Music Talk
post up disco records youre feelin..

discobreaks / discofunk / discorap / modern soul / deep disco etc etc

my favs..

Sam Bros - SAM (Arhoolie) lp cut
Foster Jackson Group - Feel The Spirit (Lonnie) 12"
Jimmy "Handyman" Jones - Handyman's Back In Town pt. 2 (Jenjillus) private LP
Luther Davis Group - You Can Be A Star/To Be Free (Life Time Records) 7"
Joneses - Summer Groove 12" / Glenn Dorsey & The Big J - Movin' On 7" (Good)
Sonny Jenkins - That Friday Pay (Stout) 12"
Ojeda Penn - Brotherson (IFE Records) LP cut
Mr Magic - Potential 1980 (Magic Records) 12"
Skip Jackson & The Natural Experience - Microwave Boogie (Catamount Records) 12"
Jessie G. - Thats Hot (Nugget) 12"
Jesse Gould - Out Of Work (P&P) 12" (Jesse Gould = Jessie G.)
High Fidelity - Magic Carpet (Queen Constance) lp cut
Sharod - Schoolin (Funk Groove) first press 12" with instrumental
Rhond Durand - Disco Fever (April) 7"
??? - Pistol (kon & amir - uncle junior's friday fish fry) WTF is this??
Mr Magic & Pookeyblow - Earthbrake (Tri-State) lp cut
Pam Todd And Love Exchange - Can't Hold This Feeling (Shyrlden) lp cut

and of course Tommy Stewart and Panache..

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  • RezRez 164 Posts
    post up disco records youre feelin..

    discobreaks / discofunk / discorap / modern soul / deep disco etc etc

    my favs..

    Sam Bros - SAM (Arhoolie) lp cut
    Foster Jackson Group - Feel The Spirit (Lonnie) 12"
    Jimmy "Handyman" Jones - Handyman's Back In Town pt. 2 (Jenjillus) private LP
    Luther Davis Group - You Can Be A Star/To Be Free (Life Time Records) 7"
    Joneses - Summer Groove 12" / Glenn Dorsey & The Big J - Movin' On 7" (Good)
    Sonny Jenkins - That Friday Pay (Stout) 12"
    Ojeda Penn - Brotherson (IFE Records) LP cut
    Mr Magic - Potential 1980 (Magic Records) 12"
    Skip Jackson & The Natural Experience - Microwave Boogie (Catamount Records) 12"
    Jessie G. - Thats Hot (Nugget) 12"
    Jesse Gould - Out Of Work (P&P) 12" (Jesse Gould = Jessie G.)
    High Fidelity - Magic Carpet (Queen Constance) lp cut
    Sharod - Schoolin (Funk Groove) first press 12" with instrumental
    Rhond Durand - Disco Fever (April) 7"
    ??? - Pistol (kon & amir - uncle junior's friday fish fry) WTF is this??
    Mr Magic & Pookeyblow - Earthbrake (Tri-State) lp cut
    Pam Todd And Love Exchange - Can't Hold This Feeling (Shyrlden) lp cut

    and of course Tommy Stewart and Panache..


    Ya actually REALLY own all of these recs on OG issue? Wow...YDM!!

    M Rez

  • Played this one at a house party last Saturday and it blew the roof off the joint:

    "Music" - "Montreal Sound" (Smash Disco)

    Other big tunes this weekend were

    "Law and Order" - Love Committee (Gold Mine)
    "War" - The Jam (Polydor)
    "Jingo" - Candido (Salsoul)
    "I Got My Mind Made Up" - Instant Funk (Rams Horn)

  • haha no, did I say that? Its just records i really love, but I dont have money to buy expensive OGs, Im only 17.. dont even have a job...

    I knew someone would ask that question! Thought about it after posting..

    I own some of those records and those I dont have in OGs, I have in re-issues. Better than nothing!

    but I have mostly rare and obscure records thats not "known" or should I say "hyped up (on eBay)"?..





  • DJFerrariDJFerrari 2,411 Posts
    Anyone else think Panache is boring? Such potential in the start of each song, but I completely tune out after a minute or so each time. I wonder if that's just me.

    One track that's been blowing my mind lately is Chocolat's - Disco Roots (Disco Remix). Shit is slamming.

    DJ Ferrari

  • SooksSooks 712 Posts
    Played this one at a house party last Saturday and it blew the roof off the joint:

    "Music" - "Montreal Sound" (Smash Disco)

    seriously? I find that song really cheesy - but the people liked it? Maybe I need to re-listen...

  • Played this one at a house party last Saturday and it blew the roof off the joint:

    "Music" - "Montreal Sound" (Smash Disco)

    seriously? I find that song really cheesy - but the people liked it? Maybe I need to re-listen...

    It leans toward the cheese but dropped at the right time it's a wicked catchy disco stomper.

  • DubiousDubious 1,865 Posts
    Anyone else think Panache is boring?

    yes

  • This has been meltin' my grill



    mainly "Waterbed" and "Corazon"


  • haze25haze25 759 Posts
    half the don blackman lp

    leo's sunship-we need eachother lp

    alicia meyers-i wanna thank you

    lew kirton-talk to me lp

    these are all essential and well known but they are in constant rotation at the crib.




  • post up disco records youre feelin..

    discobreaks / discofunk / discorap / modern soul / deep disco etc etc

    my favs..

    Sam Bros - SAM (Arhoolie) lp cut
    Foster Jackson Group - Feel The Spirit (Lonnie) 12"
    Jimmy "Handyman" Jones - Handyman's Back In Town pt. 2 (Jenjillus) private LP
    Luther Davis Group - You Can Be A Star/To Be Free (Life Time Records) 7"
    Joneses - Summer Groove 12" / Glenn Dorsey & The Big J - Movin' On 7" (Good)
    Sonny Jenkins - That Friday Pay (Stout) 12"
    Ojeda Penn - Brotherson (IFE Records) LP cut
    Mr Magic - Potential 1980 (Magic Records) 12"
    Skip Jackson & The Natural Experience - Microwave Boogie (Catamount Records) 12"
    Jessie G. - Thats Hot (Nugget) 12"
    Jesse Gould - Out Of Work (P&P) 12" (Jesse Gould = Jessie G.)
    High Fidelity - Magic Carpet (Queen Constance) lp cut
    Sharod - Schoolin (Funk Groove) first press 12" with instrumental
    Rhond Durand - Disco Fever (April) 7"
    ??? - Pistol (kon & amir - uncle junior's friday fish fry) WTF is this??
    Mr Magic & Pookeyblow - Earthbrake (Tri-State) lp cut
    Pam Todd And Love Exchange - Can't Hold This Feeling (Shyrlden) lp cut

    and of course Tommy Stewart and Panache..


    Great taste!

    A few im feeling and some that won't go away

    Splendor - special lady 12"
    Ray Munnings - It could happen to you 12"
    Zebra - Closer to the feeling 12"
    Rocket - I wanna know 12"
    Formula 1 - Hold on LP
    Larry McGhee - We're number one 7"
    Donna McGhee - Mr blindman 12"
    Brothers - Under the skin 12"
    Reanna Coleman - In the pocket 12"
    Aged in harmony - You're a melody 7"
    Stargaze - You cant have it 12"
    Personal touch - It ain't no big thing 7"
    Alton mcclain - My Destiny 12"
    Queen Yahna - Aint it time 12"
    Septimus - Take love where you find it / Mind Blower LP
    George Duke - I want you for myself 12"
    Curtis Hairston - Summertime 12"
    Cloud one - Atmosphere strut (vocal mix) 12"
    Family of eve - Having it so bad for you 7"
    Alfonzo - Don't stop the feeling LP
    Spice - Happy music LP
    Powerline - Watching you 12"
    Afro Dimensions - If you don't want my love 7"
    Dee Dee Bridgewater - Sweet Rain 12" (remix)
    Larry Hart - Goin up in smoke 12"
    Joe Coleman - Get it off the ground 12"
    Africano - Open your hearts 7"

  • i have an og Panache "jam on (to the sweet music)" 12"...it's killer. it's a different mix to the boot i've seen floating around nyc...a better mix at that. such great lyrics..."what makes you wanna dance, even though you don't wanna dance....MUSIC...SWEET MUSIC!"

    some current faves of mine:
    Frederick McKnight "let me ring your bell again"
    Freedom "get up and dance"
    Samba Soul "mambo no. 5"

  • here's of my some current favs:
    1.Ingram-My Sister's Daughter 12"
    2.AWB and Ben E. King-A Star in the Ghetto 12"
    3.The Gospelaires of Dayton, Ohio-God Helps Thos Who help Themselves 12"
    4.Mandrill-Honey Butt-Mandrill Disco EP cut
    5.Maze-Time is on My Side 12"
    6.Coast to Coast-Reincarnation of Love 12"
    7.The O'jays-Put Our Heads Together 12"
    8.T.S. Monk-Can't Keep My Hands to Myself 12"

  • bull_oxbull_ox 5,056 Posts
    3.The Gospelaires of Dayton, Ohio-God Helps Thos Who help Themselves 12"

    just caught this- good cheap one

    any other good gospel disco/boogie 12s out there?? (aside from help is on the way that is...)

  • SwayzeSwayze 14,705 Posts
    Carol Williams[/b] - Can't Get Away



    but the main saturday night cut for me these past months, even tho it's house, has been

    Black Rascals[/b] - So In Love

  • gospelaires...that has some sick breaks on it!

    if you ever see Joubert Singers "stand on the word" 12" pick that up pronto! super hard to find...even though it's on Next Plateau.

    aslo NYCC "express yourself" and "keep a light in my window"

  • DJFerrariDJFerrari 2,411 Posts
    if you ever see Joubert Singers "stand on the word" 12" pick that up pronto! super hard to find...even though it's on Next Plateau.

    I have it on 45. I'd love it if the vocals weren't too xian. Does the 12" have an instrumental by any chance? The 45 has the acapella on the flip.

    DJ Ferrari

  • speaking of 45's..what about the Spice 7"-Sweet Norma Jones..bangin' disco/funk music.

  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts


    lew kirton-talk to me lp

    these are all essential and well known but they are in constant rotation at the crib.




    if anybody needs a copy of this let me know, I was gonna put it on Ebay but I'd rather hit a strutter off with it

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    Bump All Night - Billy Cole

    Rise up - Tyrone Evans

    Fancy Good - Alpha Library

    Africa - Light of Saba

    Look Up In the Sky - Francis THe Great

    Hold It Right There - Jerry Brown and M. Smith

    They'll Never LEt MY Heart Stop - Casual T

    Black Skinned Blue Eyed Boy - Derick Harriott

    Sunshine Love - Itopia

    Disco Stomp - The Sun Beams

    Let Me Show you the Way - P Goddard

    Put Your Pants On - Love Train

    Sting - The Revolutionaires

    Mix Up Woman - David Rudder

    Love SHine and Dance - SOund Reveltion

    In The Book - Leroy Brown and the Defense Force

    I Am In Love - Jennifer Lara

    Ring My Bell - Blood Sisters

    Now That We Found Love - Johnny OSbourne and Wayne McGhie

    Love COme Down - BArry BIggs

    Sail On - Wabine

    Dance Baby Dance - Jackie Mittoo All Stars (Toronto mix)

    You Can't Change a Man - Christy Essien



    K.




  • if you ever see Joubert Singers "stand on the word" 12" pick that up pronto! super hard to find...even though it's on Next Plateau.

    I have it on 45. I'd love it if the vocals weren't too xian. Does the 12" have an instrumental by any chance? The 45 has the acapella on the flip.

    DJ Ferrari

    wow...you have the original. what label is it on? is it credited to the joubert singers? does it mention walter gibbons on it?

    dude, the 12" is ill...it's a tony humphries mix...has instrumental and a couple different versions...all extended...6 minutes at least. and i'm pretty sure it's remixed...the vocals sound great...especially the "we don't know how we don't know where" dude.

    it's easiest to track down on the louie vega choice comp that came out last year.


  • post up disco records youre feelin..

    discobreaks / discofunk / discorap / modern soul / deep disco etc etc


    ??? - Pistol (kon & amir - uncle junior's friday fish fry) WTF is this??

    i own the record, and im still trying to figure out what it is
    any info on this would be appreciated.

    im feeling:
    bunny mack/ let me love you 12"
    jo bisso/ dance to it pt1 and 2 45'
    harden brothers/ deep inside you 45" whoaa...
    carl davis and the chi town orch/ windy city theme 45" version !
    unlimited touch/ search to find the one 12"
    lotti g/ what its worth 12" inst
    c brand/ wired for games 12"taana gardner/ no frills 12"
    bliss/ stomp 45 oooh!!!
    cat claw/ golden rule 12"
    the willow band/ willow man 12"
    jay w. mcgee/ turn me on 12"
    air power/ be yourself 12"
    executive sweet/ when it comes to loving me 12"
    blue velvets/ summertime lp
    side on/ magic 12" inst
    james mason/ i want your love 12"
    carl davis/heart be still 12" killer!
    mary clark/ take me im yours 12"
    norman connors/ once ive been there 12"
    the emotions/ turn it out
    man...this can go on allllll day


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    carl davis and the chi town orch/ windy city theme 45" version !


    I've had this, too, for a long time...and it still kills me every time.



    jay w. mcgee/ turn me on 12"

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    Got copies of the LP and the 12 if you need it.

    K in Canada.

  • BigSpliffBigSpliff 3,266 Posts

    mary clark/ take me im yours 12"

    going rate for that is waaaaaaaay overpriced.

    Something cheap like Make Me Over - The Escorts pee pees all over it IMO.

  • there's boots of the Mary Clark that cost $5 thanks to peter brown...that track kills Escorts in my opinion but like syl johnson says "different strokes"

    of course not much listed in here is straight-up disco...more disco-era soul/funk or disco reggae.

  • if you ever see Joubert Singers "stand on the word" 12" pick that up pronto! super hard to find...even though it's on Next Plateau.

    I have it on 45. I'd love it if the vocals weren't too xian. Does the 12" have an instrumental by any chance? The 45 has the acapella on the flip.

    DJ Ferrari

    That track is sick. Been looking for that 12" forever...

  • DJFerrariDJFerrari 2,411 Posts
    wow...you have the original. what label is it on? is it credited to the joubert singers? does it mention walter gibbons on it?

    It's a pic sleeve, Joubert Singers - Stand on the Word - Next Records 1985. No Walter Gibbons mention. I'll take a pic later.

    A Side: Stand on the Word
    B Side: Stand on the Word ("A Clapella" Version)

    Produced by Phyliss Joubert and George Rodriguez Jr.

    DJ Ferrari

  • BigSpliffBigSpliff 3,266 Posts
    "different strokes"

    "Hands in the air" vs "Foot to the floor"


  • DubiousDubious 1,865 Posts

    of course not much listed in here is straight-up disco...more disco-era soul/funk or disco reggae.

    word up.

    Revanche - you get high in NYC
    Amant - Hazey Shades of Love
    TC James and the fist o funk orch - Bumpy's Whipping cream
    Boystown gang - Cruisin The Streets
    Wonder - Up & Down
    Supermax - Love Machine
    Carol Douglas - Love Sick


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    there's boots of the Mary Clark that cost $5 thanks to peter brown...that track kills Escorts in my opinion but like syl johnson says "different strokes"

    of course not much listed in here is straight-up disco...more disco-era soul/funk or disco reggae.

    Not disco?

    K.

  • nrichnrich 932 Posts
    alright, we need some mixes up in this biatch.

    who's gonna lace us?





    I'm partial to the boogie end of the spectrum, but it's all good
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