|1||–Télépopmusik||Love Can Damage Your Health (Sascha Funke Remix)
Remix – Sascha Funke
|3||–Vitalic||Pony Part 1|
|4||–DAT Politics||Tout Bleu|
|6||–D.I.P.||In The High|
|7||–Avril||The Date (Chloe Bad Boy Remix)
Remix – Chloé
|8||–Williams Traffic||People D. Mansion|
|9||–Ready Made||Lonely Boy
Featuring – Juice Aleem
|10||–Sporto Kantes||Mundo (Troublemakers Remix)
Remix – Troublemakers
|11||–Doctor L||It's Bad, So Bad|
Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. French Disco Boogie Sounds Vo. (1978-1985, selected by Charles Maurice) (Gatefold vinyl 2LP). Record/Vinyl + Digital Album French artists abroad.
They are, however, uniformly winning, whether they are attempting to rock out, as Jacqueline Taieb does on the album-opening "7 Heures du Matin," when she approximates the stutter of Roger Daltrey and the nonsense syllables of Little Richard, or settling for catchy pop, as Christine Pilzer does on the 1920s-style "Cafe Creme.
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Used items may have various cosmetic differences as well. French Disco Boogie Sounds – 1975 to 1984 – Selected By Charles Maurice. LP, Vinyl record album. That's a mighty sexy cover on the front – and the grooves inside definitely have the flavor to match! The work here is from the obscure French disco underground – a European scene that never got the same exposure as German or Italian work for clubs – which makes the whole package a really great discovery in sound! The music is surprisingly fresh, and often quite funky too – and done in modes that are arguably warmer and more soulful than most other European disco – and often a lot like the best American underground club of the period.
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The New Sounds is the debut studio album by Miles Davis, released as a 1951 10-inch LP. It is his first album as leader and his first album for Prestige Records. Davis contributed three tracks to the various artists LP Modern Jazz Trumpets and performed as a sideman for Lee Konitz's on The New Sounds. Prestige would be Davis' label for the next five years, with occasional recordings for Blue Note and Debut, until he signed with Columbia in 1955.
The pressing sounds pretty nice. Jackie Esam - Movin' and Marc Ashy - Bye Cocotiers are my highlights. Reply Notify me Helpful.
French Disco Boogie Sounds Vol 3 (1977-1987). Cat: FVR 140 Released: 9 February, 2018 Genre: Disco/Nu-Disco. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.