January 21, 2015

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Atlantis - Keep On Movin´ And Groovin´ b/w Keep On Movin´ And Groovin´ (Instrumental) (1982) - single










A - Keep On Movin´ And Groovin´ (3:55)
Written-by: Royal Bayyan / Produced, Arranged-by: Rotal Bayyan / Mixed-by: Tee Scott
B - Keep On Movin´ And Groovin´ (Instrumental) (3:35)
Written-by: Royal Bayyan / Produced, Arranged-by: Rotal Bayyan / Mixed-by: Tee Scott

Genre:  Soul, Funk
Label:  Break Records
Catalog#  8204

(P) 1982
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Tina Charles - One Broken Heart For Sale b/w Great Male Robbery (1974) - single

Tina Charles (born 10 March 1954) is an English singer who achieved success as a disco artist in the mid to late 1970s. Charles began her career as a backing singer and session musician. In 1975 Charles and her friend Linda Lewis were backing vocalists on the Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel chart topping song, "Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)". She provided the lead vocals for 5000 Volts' 1975 disco hit single "I'm on Fire". Charles' big break came soon after in 1975, when Indian-British composer/producer Biddu
Became her producer. “One Broken Heart For Sale” was the first single he produced.

A - One Broken Heart For Sale  (2:46)
Written-by: Biddu, Vanderbilt / Produced-by: Biddu
B - Great Male Robbery  (2:55)
Written-by: Biddu, Vanderbilt / Produced-by: Biddu

Genre:  Disco
Label:  Bell Records
Catalog#  NG 722

(P) 1974
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January 18, 2015

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Tom Browne - Fungi Mama (Bebopafunckadiscolypso) b/w Come For A Ride (1984) - single

Tom Browne (born October 30, 1954 in Queens, New York, United States) is an American jazz trumpeter, who rose to prominence first through his early work with Sonny Fortune, and scored a major hit in 1980 with the single "Funkin' for Jamaica (N.Y.)",
“Fungi Mama (Bebopafunckadiscolypso)” is also a funky song, taken from the album “Yours Truly” in 1981.


A - Fungi Mama (Bebopafunckadiscolypso) (3:59)
Written-by: Blue Mitchel, Thomas Browne, Dennis Bell / Produced-by: D. Gruisin & L. Rosen
B - Come For A Ride (4:42)
Wtitten-by: Thomas Browne / Produced-by: D. Gruisin & L. Rosen

Label:  Arista Records
Genre:  Funk, Soul
Catalog#  103896

(P) 1981
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Time Bandits - Star b/w Star (Instrumental) (1984) - single

Disco-funkformatie rond zanger/componist Alides Hidding die in de jaren '80 grote hits scoort en zowel nationaal als internationaal doorbreekt. Eind jaren '80 ontpopt Hidding zich tot succesvol songschrijver voor diverse Amerikaanse artiesten en werkt hij samen met Dan Hartman, Charlie Mitnight en Dwayne Hitchings. In 1985 the single “Star” verschijnt van het album “Friction”, maar flopt.


A - Star (4:18)
Written-by: A. Hidding / Produced-by: Willem Ennes
B - Star (Instrumental) (4:16)
Written-by: A. Hidding / Produced-by: Willem Ennes

Label:  CBS Records
Genre:  Disco, Pop
Catalog#  CBS4779

(P) 1984
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January 15, 2015

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Spliff - Das Blech b/w Tag Fur Tag (1982) - single

Spliff was a Neue Deutsche Welle (New German Wave) rock band, active in the 1980s. The members were already playing together before they were 'adopted' by Nina Hagen when she came to West Germany in 1977. They recorded two albums with her as the Nina Hagen Band before continuing under the name Spliff when Hagen went solo. Their characteristic sound was a mix of electronic music, reggae and punk rock. They recorded "The Spliff Radio Show" in 1980, their only album in English. 
After parting ways with vocalist Alf Klimek, the remaining members carried on in German sharing vocals between all four of them.
In 1983 the song “Das Blech” reached the dutch Tipparade. From  the album “Herzlichen Glückwunsch” (1982). Despite their influential status, the band was shortlived.

A - Das Blech  (3:25)
Written-By – R. Heil / Arranged By, Producer – Spliff  / Mastered By – H1
B - Tag Fur Tag  (3:49)
Written-By – M. Praeker / Arranged By, Producer – Spliff  / Mastered By – H1

Label:  CBS Records
Genre:  Neue Deutsche Welle
Catalog#  2930

(P) 1982

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Elvis Presley - Are You Lonesome Tonight? b/w Beyond The Reef (1980) - single

This song was written in 1926 by Tin Pan Alley songwriters Roy Turk and Lou Handman. It was a hit in 1927 for a number of artists including Vaughan Deleath (A female despite the name), Henry Burr and Gene Austin. In 1950 it was revived by the bandleader Blue Barron with his vocalist Bobby Beers, and Al Jolson cut a version in 1953. Elvis' manager Colonel Parker asked him to try the song because it was a favorite of Parker's wife, Marie.
Elvis sings Are You Lonesome Tonight live at the International Hotel in Las Vegas. A very special version from August 26 1969. In this evening Elvis decidet to change the text from the song. "Do you gaze at your bald head and wish you had hair"and then cannot keep a straight face the rest of the song, so he had to start laugthing and his background singer woman Cissy Houston from the vocal.

A - Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Version Las Vegas)  (2:51)
Written-By – Lou Handman, Roy Turk / Producer – Joan Deary
B - Beyond The Reef  (3:06)
Written-By – Pitman / Producer – Joan Deary

Label:  RCA Records
Genre:  Easy Listening, Ballad
Catalog#  PB 9630

(P) 1980
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January 8, 2015

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Bilbo Baggins - Back Home b/w What´s Goin´ On (1976) - single

Bilbo Baggins was a Scottish pop band formed in 1972 in Edinburgh. Band name was changed to Bilbo in 1978. Band from Edinburgh who used to be the support act for the Bay City Rollers, sharing the controversial Tam Paton as manager.
In 1976 they released “Back Home”, a cover from the Golden Earring, and written by George Kooymans



A - Back Home  (3:17)
Written-by: George Kooymans / Produced-by: Miki Dallon
B - What´s Goin´ On  (3:45)
Written-by: Brian Spence / Produced-by: Miki Dallon

Label:  Polydor Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  2058667

(P) 1976
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Boozy - Broken Dreams b/w Love Sweet Lovin´ (1977) - single

Boozy is een voortzetting van de band Trojka, met daarin Tamaela, Van Zeyst, Souisa, Kleine en Vorenholt. Al in 1976 maken ze onder naam Trojka demo's. De platenmaatschappijen raken echter pas geïnteresseerd wanneer Marijke Verboon de gelederen komt versterken. Als een soort Nederlandse Chaka Kahn fungeert zij als de trekpleister van de groep. Ze veranderen hun naam in Boozy en tekenen een contract bij Poker, een onderdeel van Basart Records. Boozy duikt de studio in om de single “Dance To The Music” op te nemen. De single bereikt in maart nummer 21 in de Top 40. Opvolger “Angela” doet het in juni nog iets beter en haalt nummer 17. Later dat jaar verschijnt het album “Boozy”, geproduceerd door Eddy Ouwens. De derde single “Broken Dreams” flopt.

A - Broken Dreams  (4:00)
Written-by: Boozy / Produced-by: Eddy Ouwens for Happy Holland Sound
B - Love Sweet Lovin´  (3:10)
Written-by: Boozy / Produced-by: Eddy Ouwens for Happy Holland Sound

Label:  Poker Records
Genre:  Funk
Catalog#  POS15006

(P) 1977
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The Beat - Best Friend b/w Stand Down Margaret (Dub) - single

The Beat (known in North America as The English Beat are a 2 Tone ska revival band founded in Birmingham, England, in 1978. Their songs fuse ska, pop, soul, reggae and punk rock, and their lyrics deal with themes of love, unity and sociopolitical topics.
The Beat, consisting of Dave Wakeling (vocals, guitar), Ranking Roger (vocals), Andy Cox (guitar), David Steele (bass), Everett Morton (drums), and Saxa (saxophone).
“Best Friend"/"Stand Down Margaret (Dub)" (Double A-side) was taken from their debut album “I Just Can't Stop It” (1980).

A - Best Friend  (3:00)
Written-by: Asgard, Crooks, Robinson, The Beat / Produced-by: Bob Sargeant
B - Stand Down Margaret (Dub)  (3:18)
Written-by: The Beat / Produced-by: Bob Sargeant

Label:  Arista Records
Genre:  Ska, New Wave
Catalog#  102310

(P) 1980
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January 5, 2015

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Mike Oldfield - Guilty b/w Sailors Hornpipe (1979) - single

"Guilty" is a single by musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1979. It reached number 22 in the UK Singles Chart. It is notable for being Oldfield's first obvious attempt to capitalise on a current musical trend, in this case disco/dance music.





A - Guilty (4:05)
Written-by: Mike Oldfield / Produced-by: Mike Oldfield, R. Newell
B - Sailors Hornpipe (1:30)
Written-by: Mike Oldfield / Produced-by: Mike Oldfield, R. Newell

Label:  Virgin Records
Genre:  Instrumental, Folk
Catalog#  101009

(P) 1979
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Nicole Rieu - Je M´envole b/w Ils Sont Parrtis De La Ville (1977) - single

Nicole Rieu (born 16 May 1949, Chaumont, Haute-Marne) is a French singer, best known outside France for her participation in the 1975 Eurovision Song Contest.
Rieu signed her first record contract with AZ Records in 1969. In 1973 she was spotted by the larger Barclay label, where she was offered a deal, and scored a hit with her first release "Je suis". In 1975, Rieu was chosen internally by channel TF1 as the French representative for the 20th Eurovision Song Contest with the Pierre Delanoë-penned song "Et bonjour à toi l'artiste". The contest was held on 22 March in Stockholm, and Rieu finished in fourth place of 19 entrants. Rieu followed her Eurovision appearance with further successful singles such as "Je M'envole" in 1977

A - Je M´envole (3:14)
Written-by: C. Carmone, S. Shifrin, K. Gold, M. Denne / Direction Musicale: John Fiddy
B - Ils Sont Parrtis De La Ville (3:14)
Written-by: N. Rieu, Yair Klinger / Direction Musicale: John Fiddy

Label:  Barclay Records
Genre:  Franstalig
Catalog#  83518

(P) 1977
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