DAILY DELICE: CARIBBEAN DISCO BOOGIE SOUNDS

It’s now pretty obvious that Disco influence has not only been powerful in western clubs. It has also influenced musicians all around the world, from France to Brasil, as Favorite Recordings proved it with the previous volumes of the « Disco Boogie Sounds » compilations. West-Indies islands are no exception to the rule.

The soundtrack of this journey goes from Disco/Rap sounds, with the obscure « Macho Man » by Eddie & The Movement, to weird Afro-Disco/Funk influenced songs, such as “My African Religion” by Jamaican singer Paul Hurlock. Also featured here are a couple of personal secret weapons such as instrumental « Bermuda Triangle » by Musicism, or « Going to the Party » by Barry Bryson.
Favorite Recordings & Waxist are very happy and proud to bring back lights on some of these rare tunes.

TRACKLIST BELOW:

1.Beres Hammond – Comin’ At You 05:33
2.Ray Williams – Cosmopolitan London 04:59
3.Oluko Imo – Praise Jah 03:36
4.Musicism – Bermuda Triangle 03:14
5.Paul Hurlock – My African Religion 03:40
6.Barry Bryson – Going to the Party 04:15
7.Eddie & The Movement – Macho Man 05:00
8.Teddy Davis – Let Me Love You 04:27

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