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1977 Sweet Dynamite – Claudja Barry (A Tom Moulton Mixes – Salsoul Records)

Versão do album de 1976 somente com mixes do Tom Moulton pela Saulsoul Records.

 

Tracklist

A1 Love For The Sake Of Love – Claudja Barry                 7:53
A2 Sweet Dynamite – Claudja Barry                                 7:22
B1 Dance, Dance, Dance – Claudja Barry                          6:43
B2 Live A Little Bit – Claudja Barry                                    3:28
B3 Why Must A Girl Like Me – Claudja Barry                     7:21

 

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1976 Sweet Dynamite – Claudja Barry

Claudja Barry

Born in Jamaica in 1952, Claudja’s parents left and moved to Canada while she was still a young child. Raised in Toronto, Claudja was exposed to a variety of musical influences
from an early age. She was taken with singing and began taking vocal lessons in hopes of a career in music. By the age of 15 she had mastered the art of singing and had developed
her voice to an outstanding level, so unique was her talent that she easily won an audition and spot on a local television show.
By her late teens Claudja was headlining her own show and after graduation she quickly fled to New York in search of stardom. While in New York Claudja landed roles in two
shows, “Hair” and “Catch My Soul.” The latter, a touring company production, brought her to Europe. While in Europe she began doing session work as a background vocalist. The
session work led to a chance meeting with producer Frank Farina. Farina had just scored a European hit with 1975’s “Baby Do You Wanna Bump?” under the pseudonym “Boney M”
(Boney: Hero of an Australian TV-Series). Due to the success, there was a demand for live appearances of Boney M. Farian and agent Katja Wolf hired 4 girls and 1 guy. Maizie
Williams, Sheila Bonnick, a girl named Nathalie, Claudja Barry and the male dancer Mike. This line-up did only dancing, lip syncing and press appearances. After a brief tour Claudja
Barry was replaced by Liz Mitchell in 1976.
During her brief role with Boney M, Claudja met a handsome young record producer Jürgen Korduletsch. Korduletsch would play a significant role in her professional life as
producer/writer/manager, and later in her personal life as her husband. Korduletsch was the owner of an up and coming label, Lollipop Records. He convinced Barry that she should
record with him and signed her immediately to a contract. They cut five sides that Korduletsch co-wrote with his partner/arranger Jorg Evers. The tracks were quickly licensed by
Salsoul Records and sent, along with Tom Moulton, back to the studio for remixing. The result was Barry’s 1977 debut album “Sweet Dynamite.” The album was a major hit in clubs,
but all of the material holds up nicely away from the dance floor. None of the songs come across as mechanical or insincere, and Barry is as soulful on the haunting, European
flavored “Love For The Sake Of Love” as she is on the exuberant “Why Must A Girl Like Me” and the gritty title song, which has as much to do with soul and funk as it does with
Euro-disco. Though Barry’s vocals are the album’s main focus, she lays out on “Live A Little Bit,” an infectious instrumental that successfully fuses Euro-disco with African pop and
reggae. Thanks to 12″ singles, the title track and “Dance, Dance, Dance” were top ten club smashes and made the album an international hit and an essential disco classic. But this
was only the start of what was to become a long and fruitful career for Claudja and Jürgen.

Born in Jamaica in 1952, Claudja’s parents left and moved to Canada while she was still a young child. Raised in Toronto, Claudja was exposed to a variety of musical influences

from an early age. She was taken with singing and began taking vocal lessons in hopes of a career in music. By the age of 15 she had mastered the art of singing and had developed

her voice to an outstanding level, so unique was her talent that she easily won an audition and spot on a local television show.

By her late teens Claudja was headlining her own show and after graduation she quickly fled to New York in search of stardom. While in New York Claudja landed roles in two

shows, “Hair” and “Catch My Soul.” The latter, a touring company production, brought her to Europe. While in Europe she began doing session work as a background vocalist. The

session work led to a chance meeting with producer Frank Farina. Farina had just scored a European hit with 1975’s “Baby Do You Wanna Bump?” under the pseudonym “Boney M”

(Boney: Hero of an Australian TV-Series). Due to the success, there was a demand for live appearances of Boney M. Farian and agent Katja Wolf hired 4 girls and 1 guy. Maizie

Williams, Sheila Bonnick, a girl named Nathalie, Claudja Barry and the male dancer Mike. This line-up did only dancing, lip syncing and press appearances. After a brief tour Claudja

Barry was replaced by Liz Mitchell in 1976.

During her brief role with Boney M, Claudja met a handsome young record producer Jürgen Korduletsch. Korduletsch would play a significant role in her professional life as

producer/writer/manager, and later in her personal life as her husband. Korduletsch was the owner of an up and coming label, Lollipop Records. He convinced Barry that she should

record with him and signed her immediately to a contract. They cut five sides that Korduletsch co-wrote with his partner/arranger Jorg Evers. The tracks were quickly licensed by

Salsoul Records and sent, along with Tom Moulton, back to the studio for remixing. The result was Barry’s 1977 debut album “Sweet Dynamite.” The album was a major hit in clubs,

but all of the material holds up nicely away from the dance floor. None of the songs come across as mechanical or insincere, and Barry is as soulful on the haunting, European

flavored “Love For The Sake Of Love” as she is on the exuberant “Why Must A Girl Like Me” and the gritty title song, which has as much to do with soul and funk as it does with

Euro-disco. Though Barry’s vocals are the album’s main focus, she lays out on “Live A Little Bit,” an infectious instrumental that successfully fuses Euro-disco with African pop and

reggae. Thanks to 12″ singles, the title track and “Dance, Dance, Dance” were top ten club smashes and made the album an international hit and an essential disco classic. But this

was only the start of what was to become a long and fruitful career for Claudja and Jürgen.

Sweet Dynamite - Claudja BarryTracklist:

01 – Sweet Dynamite

02 – Why Must A Girl Like Me

03 – Dance, Dance, Dance

04 – Live A Little Bit

05 – This Taste Of Love

06 – Love For The Sake Of Love

07 – Ride On My Fire

08 – Do It Again

09 – Nobody Loves Me Like You Do

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McFadden & Whitehead – McFadden & Whitehead – 1979

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Album: McFadden & Whitehead

Ano de Lançamento: 1979

Sêlo: Philadelphia International Records

Gravadora: CBS


Tracklist

01 Ain’t  No Stoppin’ Us Now

02 I’ve Been Pushed Asaid

03 Mr. Music

04 Just Wanna Love You Baby

05 Got To Change

06 You’re My Someone To Love

07 I Got The Love

08 Do You Want To Dance


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Original Funk Music – Live Part 8 – Disco

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Chic – Good Times – Live Montrex 2004

Chic – Medley Diana Ross Sister Sledge – Live Montrex 2004

Debbie And Joni Sledge of Sister Sledge – Superstars Of Seventies Soul Live 2003

Earth, Wind and Fire – I’ve Had Enough (Live 81)

Earth, Wind And Fire – Lets Groove – Live by Request 2002

Kool & The Gang – Get Down on It – Live House of Blues 2001

Kool & The Gang – Ladies Night – Live House of Blues 2001

Leo Sayer – You Make Me Feel Like Dancing – Get Down Tonight Live 2005

Sister Sledge – He’s The Greatest Dancer (Live 96)

Tavares – Heaven Must Be Missing An angel – Superstars Of Seventies Soul Live 2003

Original Funk Music – Live Part 8

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Disco & Dance Mix BY DJ BLICK

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Disco & Dance Mix 1 – 77:09 Mins – 320 kbps
00:00 – Donald Byrd – Love Has Come Around – 1981
04:42 – Evelyn "Champagne" King – Your Personal Touch – 1985
08:17 – Unique – What I Got Is What You Need – 1983
13:13 – Evelyn "Champagne" King – Love Come Down – 1982
18:18 – The B.B.& Q. Band – Imagination – 1982
23:50 – George Duke – Shine On – 1982
28:17 – The S.O.S. Band – Take Your Time (Do It Right) – 1980
33:20 – Lax – All My Love – 1980
38:24 – Mtume – Give It On Up (If You Want To) – 1980
43:30 – Midnight Star – Midas Touch – 1986
47:00 – William Bell – Passion (The Froggy Mix) – 1986
50:25 – Change – Glow Of Love – 1980
54:44 – Evelyn "Champagne" King – Out Of Control – 1984
59:00 – Change – A Lover’s Holiday – 1980
64:40 – Fat Larrys Band – Looking For Love Tonight – 1979
71:20 – The B.B.& Q. Band – On The Beat – 1981
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Disco & Dance Mix 2 – 79:02 Mins – 320 kbps
00:00 – Young & Company – I Like (What You’re Doing To Me) – 1980
06:44 – Chantal Curtis – Get Another Love – 1979
15:05 – The Nick Straker Band – A Little Bit Of Jazz – 1982
21:02 – Chaka Khan – I’m Every Woman – 1978
24:26 – The Players Association – Turn The Music Up – 1979
30:52 – Bobby Thurston – Check Out The Groove – 1980
35:37 – Narada Michael Walden – Tonight I’m Alright – 1979
40:24 – Coffee – Casanova – 1980
46:16 – Melba Moore – Underlove – 1982
50:00 – Hot Streak – Body Work – 1983
56:31 – Elektrik Funk – On A Journey (I Sing The Funk Electric) – 1982
61:35 – Shirley Lites – Heat You Up, Melt You Down – 1983
67:19 – Gary’s Gang – Knock Me Out – 1982
73:44 – The O’Jays – Put Our Heads Together – 1983
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Disco & Dance Mix 3 – 76:02 Mins – 320 kbps
00:00 – T.S. Monk – Candidate For Love – 1980
04:46 – Heatwave – Goin’ Crazy – 1981
10:16 – Cheryl Lynn – Got To Be Real – 1978
13:25 – Heatwave – Jitterbuggin’ – 1981
16:40 – Sharon Redd – Can You Handle It – 1980
21:17 – Trussel – Love Injection – 1979
27:50 – Shalamar – I Owe You One – 1979
32:14 – McFadden & Whitehead – Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now – 1979
38:04 – Billy Frazier & Friends – Billy Who? – 1980
43:06 – Gino Soccio – Try It Out – 1981
49:15 – Arthur Adams – You Got The Floor – 1981
54:55 – The Love Unlimited Orchestra – Lift Your Voice & Say (United We Can Live In Peace Today) – 1981
58:12 – Narada Michael Walden – I Shoulda Loved Ya – 1979
61:00 – Firefly – Love (Is Gonna Be On Your Side) – 1981
64:55 – Kleeer – Open You Mind – 1980
70:54 – Keni Burke – Let Somebody Love You – 1981
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Ronaldo Resedá – Ronaldo Resedá

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Ronaldo Resedá foi um dos maiores ídolos da música pop dançante dos anos 70 no Brasil, um verdadeiro Rei da Disco Music. Bailarino profissional, Resedá brilhava nas telinhas das TVs e encantava a todos. Mesmo tendo gravado apenas um álbum, isso foi o suficiente para colocá-lo no topo da efervescente e colorida cena discotheque nacional.
Infelizmente Resedá faleceu em 12 de setembro de 1984 vítima de um AVC causado por complicações do vírus da AIDS – tendo sido a primeira celebridade no Brasil vítima da doença, ainda considerada um grande tabú na época.

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01- E novamente mas que nada
02- Franga
03- Bobos da côrte
04- Fuzarca na discotheque
05- Marron Glacé
06- Pif-Paf
07- Quero me entregar pra você
08- Tudo bem
09- Kitch Zona Sul
10- Sapateado
11- Plumas e paetês

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Classic Salsoul – vol. 1

Capa Classic Salsoul

Tracks:

01. Double Exposure – Ten Percent (12 inch mix)

02. Ripple – The Beat Goes on and on (12 inch mix)

03. Loleatta Holloway – Love Sensation (12 inch remix)

04. First Choice – Let no Man put Asunder (12 inch remix)

05. Leroy Burgess – Heartbreaker (12 inch remix)

06. Loleatta Holloway – Dreaming

07. Instant Funk – I Got My Mind Made Up (12 inch remix)

08. The Salsoul Orchestra – Nice and Nasty (12 inch mix)

09. The Salsoul Orchestra & Loleatta Holloway – Runaway

10. Candido – Jingo (12 inch remix)

11. The Salsoul Orchestra – You’re Just the Right Size

12. Joe Bataan – The Bottle

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Henry’s Roller Disco Mix

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Cheryl Lynn Got To Be Real
T-Ski Valley Catch The Beat (acapella)
Lynn Collins Think (percussion loop)
Diana Ross Upside Down (acapella)
Midnight Star Midas Touch
Chic Good Times (acapella)
Lakeside Fantastic Voyage
Salsoul Orchestra Runaway
Chic Good Times
Estelle American Boy (acapella)
Chic My Forbidden Lover
Wildstyle OST Stoop Rap (acapella)
Change The Glow Of Love
Sharon Brown Specialise In Love
Diana Ross Love Hangover (acapella)
Carl Carlton She’s A Bad Mama Jama
Chromeo Call Me Up (acapella)
Faze Action I Wanna Dancer
Loleatta Holloway Love Sensation (acapella)
Dan Hartman Relight My Fire (Miami Horror remix)
ATFC Bad Habit (acapella)
Chicago Streetplayer
Freeze A.E.I.O.U
Earth, Wind & Fire Boogie Wonderland (acapella)
Donna Summer Bad Girls
D Train You’re The One For Me
InDeep Last Night a DJ Saved My Life (acapella)
Starguard Wear It Out
Hamilton Bohannon Let’s Start The Dance
T-Connection Do What You Wanna Do
Gaz Sing Sing (percussion loop)

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Original Funk Music – Live Part 9 – Disco

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Chic – Le Freak – Live Montrex 2004

Chic – My Forbbiden – Live Montrex 2004

Earl Yong´s Trammps – Disco Inferno – Superstars Of Seventies Soul Live 2003

Earth, Wind And Fire – Fantasy – Live by Request 2002

Earth, Wind and Fire – Let s Groove – Oakland Live 1981

Earth, Wind and Fire – Let’s Groove – Live in Velfarre 1995

Geaorge Mc Grae – Rock your Baby – Superstars Of Seventies Soul Live 2003

KC And The Sunshine Band – That’s The Way I Like It – Get Down Tonight Live 2005

Kool and Gang – Celebration – Live House of Blues 2001

Original Funk Music – Live Part 9

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