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|1. Wah Tu Wah Zuree - George Tindley|
|2. We're On The Right Track - Ultra High Frequency|
|3. Make Me Believe In You - Patti Jo|
|4. I Love You, Yes I Do - The Independents|
|5. Ain't No Love Lost - Patti Jo|
|6. Pity The Poor Man - George Tindley|
|7. Arise And Shine - The Independents|
|8. Needing You - Clara Lewis|
|9. Breakaway - Ernie Bush|
|10. Waterbed - Ltg Exchange|
|11. Mud Wind - South Side Movement|
|12. Baby Save Me - Secrets|
|13. (Call Me) Your Anything Man - Bobby Moore|
* Moulton, a former fashion model, had an instinctive ear for what would work in a club, and began to create mixes of records that catered to the dance crowd. He mixed hundreds of records for a myriad of labels, but his initial work was done at Scepter Records. The very best gathered together on the two volumes of the LP "Disco Gold", from which we have distilled this CD.
* Moulton's remixes extended parts that kept the floor full, and created the peaks and troughs that would send a crowd wild with excitement. The music on this CD defines the remix for those who followed: from Walter Gibbon through Masters At Work, to Harvey and Ashley Beadle.
* Moulton chose sublime tunes to work on. So here's his extension of Patti Jo's 'Make Me Believe In You', the Independents' 'I Love You Yes I Do', where he carefully adds a minute to its playing time and a world of difference to its excitement levels, or Bobby Moore's '(Call Me Your) Anything Man' one of disco's earliest and most compelling tracks. In the late 70s disco became over-commercialised and boom would turn to bust, but Moulton's earliest mixes, the ones on "Disco Gold" stand as examples of highpoint of the genre.