A surprisingly jazzy Arabella label release, for some reason selected to promote Coca Cola for French markets in 1979.
A 1980 borderline entry from Ramses label. Of course, a borderline is not where something stops, but where something begins.
A new slot on the webradio will soon open, dedicated to very special content: this new show will be be playing exclusive DJ sets only!
Whether they’re especially made for this programme, posted on the blog or for past radio shows now extinct, expect no less than excellence and awesome selections.
The format is not yet finalized but it should be around one hour long, and broadcasted every week, maybe on Monday or Tuesday nights.
Coming up very soon, stay tuned!
Edit: now we know, and because we have so many materials available, it will be broadcasted both on Mondays and Tuesdays. And it will start next week, July 21!
You will also be able to request the DJ sets to play, just check our catalogue on the radio page: http://radio.ddcr.biz/ and select what you want to listen to; new content will be added little by little so check back from time to time.
During the sixties bandleader Geoff from GB used work with luminaries like Shirley Bassey. From the seventies on the objective was orchestral albums with themes ranging from Waltzes With Love to Themes For Superheroes, sometimes with touches of disco lite-ness. On this barely recognisable take on the classical thing he kicks ass though as you can hear. – Sorry Russians for the swearing (bad language was offically outlawed from all media there yesterday).
Violent people have more outbursts when placed in a room painted with dark colors, yet there was always very little trouble in discothéques. This interesting non-hit got played in some American clubs in late 1975.
France 1975. Not to be confused with The Nunchakus or any of the other Nunchaku-themed disco records as this one is D’aprés une idée originale de Michel Balmet, Académie Francaise des Arts Martiaux, 34, Rue de la Montagne Ste-Geneviève, 75005 Paris. Production: Judo International Givasport.
The hallucinogenic dose of Peyote is about 0.3 to 0.5 grams, and its effects last about 12 hours. Far too long to relentlessly keep dancing to disco music…or is it?
Classic ’72 tune from Buffalos Band. As far as my research goes this is the original version. Jussi states that the best version is the Gemello Twins but i’m not 100% convinced . check also Hot Butter and Claude Morgan’s version.