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Disco Discharge - Disco Ladies CD

4.2 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD (28 Sept. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Harmless
  • ASIN: B002ICGQEW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 130,565 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Fern Kinney - Groove Me
  2. Andrea True Connection - More More More
  3. Sister Sledge - You Fooled Around
  4. Kim Hart - Love At First Night
  5. Gloria Jones - Bring On The Love ( Why Can't We Be Friends Again )
  6. Stacey Lattisaw - Jump To The Beat
  7. A Taste Of Honey - Boogie Oogie Oogie ( John Luongo remix )
  8. Lucy Hawkins - Gotta Get Outta Here
  9. Suzy Q - Get On Up And Do It Again
  10. Cheryl Lynn - Shake It Up Tonight
  11. Vicky D - The Beat Is Mine
  12. Nona Hendryx - Keep It Confidential

Disc: 2

  1. Silver Convention - Get On Up And Boogie ( That's Right )
  2. Amanda Lear - Blood And Honey
  3. Poussez - Come On And Do It
  4. Sheila & B. Devotion - Spacer
  5. Janis Ian - Fly To High
  6. Suzy Lane - Harmony
  7. Sylvia Love - Instant Love
  8. Melba Moore - Pick Me Up, I'll Dance
  9. The Ritchie Family - Give Me A Break
  10. Phyllis Nelson - I Like You ( Shep Pettibone Remix )

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The second in the Disco Discharge series is a great addition to any serious dance music fans collection. There are a couple of more well known tracks on here: Andrea True Connection - "More More More" & Sheila & B. Devotion - "Spacer" but they fit in very well with the more unknown tracks so I'm not complaining. Stand out tracks for me are "Gloria Jones - "Bring On The Love (Why Can't We Be Friends Again)" which is most akin to the Philly sound, the uber funky Suzy Q "Get On Up And Do It Again", the cosmic Sylvia Love - "Instant Love" a Giorgio Moroder-ish electronic wonder, Amanda Lear - "Blood And Honey" a nine minute German Disco classic and Sister Sledge - "You Fooled Around" which is a Chic production and easily stands up there with the more well known Sister Sledge/Chic tracks. That's just my fave's but every track is a winner. Great packaging as well (Loving the front cover image!)It's obvious that the people behind this series love the genre and I can't recommend this album highly enough. It delves deep for the collectors without excluding the disco first timers. Lovely stuff!
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The good people at Harmless have been Kind enough to compile four excellent compilations covering every aspect of the original Disco genre. Covering 'Disco Ladies', 'Classic Disco', 'Gay Disco & Hi-NRG' and 'Euro Disco". Lovingly restored and for many of the racks they appear for the first time on CD in their 'Original' Full length mixes. Don't be disillusioned by other reviews stating the mixes are too long?? Hello! These are disco classics/tracks and were not 3 minute radio ditties! 90% of so called Disco comps are recycled and obvious and almost always include shortened radio edits. This set of 4 covers a truly historic period in music, let alone dance music. Before the 12 inch single came along DJs had to do with 7" or album tracks and double up to create longer tracks and be pretty good at blending so as to keep the dancefloors rocking. The whole point of extended versions was to let the dancers go off and enjoy their favourites as much as possible and of course the breaks were there to 'give the drummer some'. These Original versions (which is what they are despite previous reviewers claiming otherwise) are the definite versions played back in those heady days across the globe, anywhere there was a soundsystem and a glitterball. This series is relevant and diverse and includes some well known classics, as well some hard to find corkers that still sound good today. If you are at all interested in the origins of House/Garage/Dance Music then this is it, lesson 101. Do yourself a favour and buy all four, you will not regret it!
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Having been there for the "beginning of Disco", this is an awesome gathering
of EXTENDED Disco Hits. The record companies seem to think we'll be happy with the
short/radio versions, but all the "spice" of the song is in the extended
mixes. Fern Kenney's Groove Me sends chills down my spine every time l hear
it, but the short version just gets you started..A two CD set of Disco Ladies,
covers dance versions of Boogie Oogie Oogie,Get Up and Boogie,I Like it,
More More More and another not so well known gem Harmony. If you are or are
not a collector, this is a must have , if you love to dance. While your at
it, track down DISCO DISCHARGE: Classic Disco....companion to DISCO LADIES.

Don McParlan
Edmonton,Alberta
Canada
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The Disco Discharge series is just brilliant and the 'Disco Ladies' is the set I am listening to most at the moment.
I was in my late teens/early twenties in the late seventies/early eighties and some of these tracks really bring back memories of those years the obvious tracks for me being Spacer, Get Up and Boogie and Boogie Oogie Oogie. However there are tracks on here that passed me by completely my major find being Fern Kinney Groove Me-I just do not understand how I missed it in the day?
The sound quality of these discs is outstanding, they have been lovingly restored. Many of the tracks sound like they could have been recorded today-unbelievable as some are over 30 years old.
I now have all 8 double discs in the series and understand 4 more are on the way later in the year. I am waiting impatiently.
If you are a fan of Disco buy buy buy even if you are not give them a try they are so reasonably priced
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By schumann_bg TOP 50 REVIEWER on 10 Jun. 2014
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The girls have made a fantastic contribution to disco, but this 2-disc compilation doesn't really give you the best of it, a few highlights aside. These include the fabulous Ritchie Family in Give Me A Break, so memorably featured in the film Can't Stop The Music, and a lesser-known number from Sister Sledge, You Fooled Around, which just falls short of their very best but is excellent even so. Kim Hart's Love At First Night is a brilliant track, as are Gotta Get Outta Here by Lucy Hawkins (fierce in the best sense), and Phyllis Nelson's I Like You, which shows her superb voice against an effective, big sound. Stacy Lattisaw's Jump To The Beat sounds as if it must have influenced Madonna's early dance hits, and is a classic. Perhaps the best of all is Sheila and B. Devotion's Spacer, an utterly original track that is quite blissful. Presumably this is the French Sheila ... there seems to be a slight accent. The rest I find a bit less good, although Silver Convention's Get Up and Boogie is sure to have many fans, along with More More More from Andrea True Connection. Apart from these there is some padding that might be an aural equivalent to that in the cover photo, but to less entrancing effect - some of them are just too uninteresting musically (I could certainly have done without the awful Amanda Lear track, which goes on for nine minutes). This cover shot by Ian Berry, however - of transvestites at the Porchester Ball in London in 1969 - has an allure that is thrilling, yet also reserved. What a wonderful image ... almost worth getting the discs for in itself!
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