May 28, 2015

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Rockaway Boulevard - Love Experience b/w Boulevard (1978) - single

Rockaway Boulevard is een disco- en funkgroep uit Amsterdam die in verschillende bezettingen optreedt en platen maakt. In het oprichtingsjaar 1977 bestaat de vaste kern uit bassist Paul Bagmeyer, gitarist Ton Matthijssen, zangeres Kathy Jackson en de Amerikaanse zanger Omar Dupree (later naar American Gipsy). In latere bezettingen zingen onder meer Jetty Weels en Mildred Douglas van Mai Tai. De eerste single Boogie Man wordt in 1977 door de Tros verkozen tot Parade-plaat en vervolgens de grootste hit voor Rockaway Boulevard. “Love Experience” was de opvolger van “Boogie Man” maar flopte.

A - Love Experience  (3:38)
Written-By – F. Klunhaar, O. Dupree / Produced-by - Frank Klunhaar for Purple Eye Productions B.V.
B - Boulevard  (3:46)
Written-By – O. Dupree / Produced-by - Frank Klunhaar for Purple Eye Productions B.V.

Label:  CBS Records
Genre:  Funk/Soul
Catalog#  5849

(P) 1978
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Tantra - Hills Of Katmandu b/w Wishbone (1981) - single










A - Hills Of Katmandu  (4:47)
Written-By – Valli, Jackson / Producer – Quelli Del Castello / Arranged By – C. Valli / Mixed By – Jurgen Koppers
B - Wishbone  (4:43)
Written-By – Valli, Jackson / Producer – Quelli Del Castello / Arranged By – C. Valli / Mixed By – Jurgen Koppers

Label:  Killroy Records
Genre:  Disco
Catalog#  KS 3293 KF

(P) 1982
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Kat Mandu - The Break (part 1) b/w The Break (part 2) (1982) - single

Denis Lepage and Joe La Greca were behind this Canadian disco group. Their first album included the disco classic "The Break", which was so popular it continued to be played well into the 1980's and was remixed several times.
members: Eric Roberts, Jimmy Ray, Kathleen Dyson




A - The Break (part 1)  (3:33)
Written-by: D. Lepage / Mixed-by: Steve Thompson / Edited-by: Jonathan Fearing
B - The Break (part 2)  (3:32)
Written-by: D. Lepage / Mixed-by: Steve Thompson / Edited-by: Jonathan Fearing

Label:  Killroy Records
Genre:  Disco
Catalog#  KS 3730 KF

(P) 1982
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Mike Oldfield - Portsmouth b/w Argiers (1976) - single

"Portsmouth" is a single released by musician Mike Oldfield in 1976.
In an attempt to repeat the success of his previous year's Christmas hit, "In Dulci Jubilo", Mike recorded another traditional folk melody dating from 1701 (first known publication), again using Leslie Penning on recorders. The single was just as successful as its predecessor, charting at number 3 in the UK, and became his first non-album single to be issued in the USA. Mike Oldfield plays acoustic guitar, accordion, mandolin, ARP string synthesiser, tambourine, kettle drum and bodhran (Irish drum), and both Oldfield and Penning are credited with "feet".
"Argiers" is another traditional folk song, performed by Leslie Penning on recorders and Mike Oldfield on acoustic guitar and ARP string synthesiser. An unusual feature of this arrangement is that it is in a minor key, having been converted from its original major key via diatonic transposition. "Portsmouth" and "Argiers" were both recorded in January 1976 at Througham, Gloucestershire, Mike's new home studio, shortly after he moved from his previous home in Hergest Ridge, which was the location of his previous home studio, the Beacon.

A - Portsmouth  (2:02)
Trad. arr. Oldfield / Producer - Mike Oldfield
B - Argiers  (2:54)
Trad. arr. Oldfield / Producer - Mike Oldfield

Label:  Virgin Records
Genre:  Folk, Prog Rock
Catalog#  17422 AT

(P) 1976
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K.K. Kong - Monster Walk b/w Monster Walk (Instrumental) (1976) - single










A - Monster Walk (Voice-over: Wolfman Jack)  (3:29)
Written-By – Jan Olofsson, Keith Bonsoir / Producer – Jan Olofsson / Producer, Arranged By – Keith Bonsoir
B - Monster Walk (Instrumental)  (4:01)
Written-By – Jan Olofsson, Keith Bonsoir / Producer – Jan Olofsson / Producer, Arranged By – Keith Bonsoir

Label:  Pink Elephant Records
Genre:  Funk/Soul
Catalog#  PE 22113

(P) 1976
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Michelle - Squeeze Me b/w Can´t You Feel It (1977) - single










A - Squeeze Me  (3:38)
Written-By – D. Japlin, J.M. Willa Roza / This is an original Ice House Production
B - Can´t You Feel It  (3:39)
Written-By – E. Donable / This is an original Ice House Production

Label:  Scramble Records
Genre:  Funk/Soul/Disco
Catalog#  SRS 510024

(P) 1977
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Gary Clail On-U Sound System - Human Nature (On The Mix Edit) b/w Human Nature (Why Is It? Mix) (1991) - single

Gary Clail is an English singer and record producer and is the founder of the Gary Clail Sound System. He was part of On-U Sound Records (and also the On-U Sound System) and led Gary Clail's Tackhead Sound System.
“Human Nature” was taken from “The Emotional Hooligan” album (1991).



A - Human Nature (On The Mix Edit)  (3:40)
Written-by - G. Clail / Producer – Adrian Sherwood / Mixed-by - Paul Oakenfold and Steve Osborne / Vocals – Alan Pillay
B - Human Nature (Why Is It? Mix)  (4:12)
Written-by - G. Clail / Producer – Adrian Sherwood / Mixed-by - Paul Oakenfold and Steve Osborne / Vocals – Alan Pillay

Label:  Perfecto Records
Genre:  Electronic, Pop
Catalog#  PB 44401

(P) 1991
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Planet Patrol - Cheap Thrills (Edit) b/w Cheap Thrills (Instrumental) (1983) - single

Planet Patrol is an American electro group originating in the 1980s. The members were Arthur Baker, John Robie, and a quintet of vocalists led by Herbert J. Jackson: lead singer Joseph Lites, Rodney Butler, Michael Anthony Jones, and the late Melvin Franklin. The group only produced a single album, the self-titled “Planet Patrol” in 1983, with the “Cheap Thrills” taken as a single.


A - Cheap Thrills (Edit)  (3:37)
Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Arthur Baker, John Robie
B - Cheap Thrills (Instrumental)  (3:30)
Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Arthur Baker, John Robie

Label:  21 Records
Genre:  Electronic, Hip Hop
Catalog#  21017

(P) 1983
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May 18, 2015

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Julio Iglesias - Besame Amor b/w Rote Rosen, Rosmarie (Un Adios A Media Voz) (1976) - single

“Besame Amor” is een nummer van Julio Iglesias, afkomstig van het Duitstalige Chanson, Schlager album "Schenk Mir Deine Liebe" uit 1976.
Het nummer is een produktie van Leandros "Leo" Papathanasiou, griekse composer, producer en vader van de griekse zangeres Vicky Leandros.



A - Besame Amor  (4:33)
Written-By - L. Leandros, K. Munro / Producer - Leo Leandros
B - Rote Rosen, Rosmarie (Un Adios A Media Voz)  (3:34)
Written-By - Ferro, Iglesias, Sobredo, F. Gordoni / Producer - Leo Leandros

Label:  Philips Records
Genre:  Duitstalig, Schlager, Chanson
Catalog#  6003909

(P) 1976
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Tommy Tutone - 867-5309/Jenny b/w Not Say Goodbye (1981) - single

"867-5309/Jenny" is a song written by Alex Call and Jim Keller and performed by Tommy Tutone that was released on the album “Tommy Tutone 2”, It peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1982.
The song caused a fad of people dialing 867-5309 and asking for "Jenny".
"There was no Jenny," songwriter Alex Call told, "The number? It came to me out of the ether." Lead guitarist Jim Keller, interviewed by People in 1982, tells a different story. "Jenny is a regular girl, not a hooker. Friends of mine wrote her name and number on a men's room wall at a bar. I called her on a dare, and we dated for a while. I haven't talked with her since the song became a hit, but I hear she thinks I'm a real jerk for writing it."

A - 867-5309 / Jenny  (3:45)
Written-By - Alex Call, Jim Keller / Produced-By - Chuck Plotkin, Keller-Tutone
B - Not Say Goodbye  (3:26)
Written-By - J. Keller / Produced-By - Geoff Workman

Label:  CBS Records
Genre:  Rock
Catalog#  2062

(P) 1981
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Atlantic Starr - Stand Up b/w Don´t Abuse My Love (1978) - single

R&B/funk band Atlantic Starr released their selftitled debut album “Atlantic Starr” in 1978
Produced by Bobby Eli, founding member and lead guitarist of Philadelphia studio group MFSB. The nine-piece band had an impressive showing with their debut single “Stand Up”.




A - Stand Up  (3:30)
Written-By - Wayne I. Lewis / Produced & Arranged-By - Bobby Eli
B - Don´t Abuse My Love  (2:56)
Written-By - Wayne I. Lewis, Sharon A. Bryant, Porter Carroll Jr. / Produced & Arranged-By - Bobby Eli

Label:  A&M Records
Genre:  Funk, Soul
Catalog#  AMS 6625

(P) 1978
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Commodores - The Bump b/w It Is As Good As You Make It (1974) - single

“Machine Gun” is the debut studio album by The Commodores, released on July 22, 1974, on Motown Records. Unlike subsequent Commodores albums, “Machine Gun” has only funk music and is devoid of slow-paced ballads.
"The Bump" became a radio and dancehall staple, with Richie and Walter Orange on vocals calling to female listeners to "...do the bump, do the bump, baby!"


A - The Bump  (4:11)
Written-By - Milan Williams / Produced-By - James Carmichael & Commodores
B - It Is As Good As You Make It  (3:24)
Written-By - W. Orange / Produced-By - James Carmichael

Label:  Tamla Motown
Genre:  Funk, Soul
Catalog#  5C006-92266

(P) 1974
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Indeep - When Boys Talk b/w When Boys Talk (Instrumental) (1983) - single

Indeep was a 1980s New York-based group that was best known for its song "Last Night a D.J. Saved My Life".
The group was led by its songwriter-musician Michael Cleveland, and it was known for employing a strong disco-esque bass line and early hip hop lyrics backed by two female singers: Réjane Magloire and Rose Marie Ramsey. The follow-up single, "When Boys Talk," did not do nearly as well on either side of the Atlantic, which, combined with its limited later success, put the group into the one-hit wonders category. Vocalist Magloire later enjoyed some success with the Belgian techno-house outfit Technotronic.

A - When Boys Talk  (3:55)
Written-By - Mike Cleveland / Co-Produced & Mixed by - Mike Cleveland & Reggie Thompson / Executive Producer - Gene Griffin / Engineered by - Andy Wallace
B - When Boys Talk (Instrumental)  (4:08)
Written-By - Mike Cleveland / Co-Produced & Mixed by - Mike Cleveland & Reggie Thompson / Executive Producer - Gene Griffin / Engineered by - Andy Wallace

Label:  Sound Of New York
Genre:  Disco
Catalog#  101764

(P) 1983
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Earlene Bentley - Caught In The Act (Vocal) b/w Caught In The Act (Instrumental) (1984) - single

I can trace Bentley back to acting as early as 1975 when she appeared in an episode of the U.K. TV series "Gangsters" where she portrayed a singer.
Earlene burst on the disco scene in 1983, long after the 'original' disco-era. Producer Ian Levine, who has always brought the best in divas to the dance floor, gave Bentley her first
worldwide hit with "The Boys Come To Town." The song was tailor-made for the gay high-energy dance crowd. Originally released on the U.K. label Record Shack, it was quickly
picked up for American distribution by the quintessential gay dance label Megatone.  It topped the club charts and established her as a major disco artist of the 1980's. What followed next was two more releases on Record Shack in 1984. "I'm Living My Own Life" and "Caught In The Act" were both superlative examples of the high-energy sounds
emerging from England at the time.

A - Caught In The Act (Vocal)  (3:29)
Written-By – Ian Levine-Fiachra Trench / Produced-By - Ian Levine-Fiachra Trench / Arranged By – Fiachra Trench
B - Caught In The Act (Instrumental)  (3:31)
Written-By – Ian Levine-Fiachra Trench / Produced-By - Ian Levine-Fiachra Trench / Arranged By – Fiachra Trench

Label:  Channel Records
Genre:  Electronic, Hi NRG
Catalog#  Chan 45-21

(P) 1984
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Freddy Fender - If You´re Ever In Texas b/w Livin´ It Down (1976) - single

Freddy Fender (4 June 1937 – 14 October 2006), born Baldemar Garza Huerta in San Benito, Texas, United States, was a Mexican American Tejano, country and rock and roll musician, known for his work as a solo artist and in the groups Los Super Seven and the Texas Tornados. He is best known for his 1975 hits "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" and the subsequent remake of his own "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights." From his seventh album “If You´re Ever In Texas”

A - If You´re Ever In Texas  (2:25)
Written-By - J. Abbott / Produced-By - Huey P. Meaux
B - Livin´ It Down  (2:30)
Written-By - B. Peters / Produced-By - Huey P. Meaux

Label:  ABC Records
Genre:  Country, Tex Mex
Catalog#  17450 AT

(P) 1976
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Sutherland Brothers & Quiver - If I Could Have Your b/w Midnight Rendezvous (1977) - single

The Sutherland Brothers (Gavin and Iain Sutherland) originally performed as a folk and rock music duo in the British music scene in the early 1970s, and then from 1973 to 1978 joined with rock band Quiver to record and tour as Sutherland Brothers & Quiver.
Under this combined moniker, the group recorded several albums. From their 1976 album “Slipstream” the single “If I Could Have Your Loving”.



A - If I Could Have Your Loving  (3:28)
Written-By - Lain Sutherland / Produced-By - Ron Albert and Howard Albert for Fat Albert Productions
B - Midnight Rendezvous  (2:45)
Written-By - Gavin Sutherland / Produced-By - Ron Albert and Howard Albert for Fat Albert Productions

Label:  CBS Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  4934

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Bolland & Bolland - The Musicman b/w Free In L.A. (1979) - single

Bolland & Bolland (Rob en Ferdi) zingende, musicerende, componerende en producerende broers, die vooral als producers en songschrijvers zeer succesvol zijn in binnen- en buitenland. In 1979 komt het nummer “The Musicman” op single uit.




A - The Musicman  (4:16)
Written-By - R & F Bolland / Produced-By - R & F Bolland
B - Free In L.A.  (4:23)
Written-By - R & F Bolland / Produced-By - R & F Bolland

Label:  EMI Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  1A006-26446

(P) 1979
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Andy Gibb - Time Is Time b/w I Go For You (1980) - single

"Time Is Time" is a song written by Andy and Barry Gibb. Andy Gibb performs this song and was released as a single in November 1980 and included on “Andy Gibb's Greatest Hits”. The B-side, "I Go for You" was originally from his 1978 album “Shadow Dancing”.
"Time Is Time" is recorded in the middle of 1980 at the Middle Ear Studios in Miami Beach.
The song reached No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100.

A - Time Is Time  (3:56)
Written-By - A. Gibb, B. Gibb / Producer - Barry Gibb
B - I Go For You  (4:19)
Written-By - A. Gibb / Produced-By - Albhy Galuten & Karl Richardson for Karlby Productions / Executive Producer - Barry Gibb

Label:  RSO Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  2090518

(P) 1980
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May 16, 2015

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Elvis Presley - For The Heart b/w Hurt (1976) - single

"Had A Dream (For The Heart)" is a song written by Dennis Linde. It was originally recorded by Elvis Presley as "For The Heart" on his 1976 album “From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee”. Presley's version, the B-side to the album's single "Hurt", peaked at number 45 on the Hot Country Songs charts that year. "Hurt" is a 1954 song by Jimmie Crane and Al Jacobs. "Hurt" was originally performed by Roy Hamilton.
The Judds covered the song and released it as their debut single in December 1983, from their album “Wynonna & Naomi”.

A - For The Heart  (3:20)
Written-By – Dennis Linde
B - Hurt  (2:05)
Written-By – Al Jacobs, Jimmie Craine

Label:  RCA Records
Genre:  Pop
Catalog#  PB-10601

(P) 1976
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