Al Kent, given birth to Ewan Kelly, is really a DJ, record collector, compiler, and manufacturer of re-edits and first materials. The Glasgow native’s method of sustaining disco’s relevance is certainly lovingly irreverent, as illustrated with the hemorrhoids of produces he has added — occasionally under various other aliases — to brands like Jisco and his very own Million Money Disco. Kent in addition has used Million Money Disco because the name for the Salsoul Orchestra-styled group that he composed and co-produced an record, Better Times, released on BBE in 2008. Kent provides assembled five amounts of Disco Needs — unmixed pieces of obscure monitors and extra re-edits — bundled jointly for wider discharge by BBE in 2011 because the Greatest of Disco Needs. BBE in addition has been the house to four amounts of Disco Like, double-disc sets comprising a combination from Kent and unmixed monitors. These were released from 2010 through 2016.