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Lime

Lime was a Canadian disco/new influx combo that contains lead performers Chris Marsh and Pleasure Dorris, and creation/songwriting group Denis and Denyse LePage. A favorite act within the ’80s, they created several important singles within their genre, like the strike “Your Appreciate.” Despite their huge strike, they eventually began to …

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Logg

Among the several titles under that your prolific LeRoy Burgess recorded, the short-lived Logg spawned a little couple of post-disco classics that given directly into home, supporting solidify Burgess’ part among the unintentional instigators of home music. The underground dance-music story already had several feathers in his cover — especially …

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Loose Joints

NEW YORK based (via Iowa) composer/maker/multi-instrumentalist Arthur Russell was the main element instigator behind many short-lived random clothes in the past due ’70s and early ’80s that place his unique avant-garde spin on disco. non-e of these became as well-known as he previously hoped, but all of them offers survived …

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Vaughan Mason

Multi-instrumentalist, producer, and engineer Vaughan Mason managed the 21st Hundred years, who are most widely known for the traditional Chicago spirit ballad “Remember the Rainfall,” a 1975 RCA solitary. After he shifted from Chicago to NY, Mason became an sound engineer and done classes for B.T. Express. A short-lived group …

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Unlimited Touch

Unlimited Contact was an R&B group with club leanings from Brooklyn. They weren’t disco, plus they weren’t precisely straight-up R&B; like their Prelude labelmates D Teach, Unlimited Touch mixed both forms into what’s also known as post-disco. They loved minor success around the R&B graphs, but they had been embraced …

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Dinosaur L

Beneath the name Dinosaur, avant-garde cellist/composer Arthur Russell and several his NEW YORK based associates were in charge of the very first disco single released on Sire. That 1979 solitary, “Kiss Me Once again,” featured acoustic guitar from David Byrne (Speaking Mind), bass from Wilbur Bascomb Jr. (a practiced session …

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Universal Robot Band

Yet another person in the underground disco family overseen by Patrick Adams and Greg Carmichael, Common Robot Band trim a set of full-length albums in the past due ’70s (both for Carmichael’s Crimson Greg label) and re-emerged within the ’80s, especially for the basic 1982 boogie trim “Barely Breaking Actually.” …

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Central Line

The London group Central Line were one of the better English soul ensembles of the first ’80s. Vocalist/percussionist Linton Breckles, bassist/vocalist Camelle Hinds, keyboardist Lipson Francis, and guitarist Henry Defoe experienced several moderately successful produces on Mercury, making use of their biggest American strike, “Strolling Into Sunlight,” in 1981. It …

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François K

Just Frankie Knuckles may lay state to straddling an extended span of amount of time in the thicker of dance music than François Kevorkian. And even though his name is not any a lot more than vaguely familiar to numerous dance followers, Kevorkian’s influence is usually immense. You start with …

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Fonda Rae

Fonda Rae attained the tail-end from the ’70s to power several enduring post-disco golf club singles with her flirty, lovely, yet tough vocals. The indigenous New Yorker debuted for the self-titled recording by Don Armando’s 2nd Ave. Rhumba Music group, an August Darnell task which she was showcased throughout, including …

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