Friday, 28 November 2014

Pamela Nightingale - "A Night To Remember" (12'' Maxi) 1987 hi-nrg eurobeat disco RARE!

a mega rare track!

The 1987 follow up to Pamela Nightingale's wonderful 1985 club track "I'll Never Fall In Love Again" was the more laid back, european retro discoesque
"A Night To Remember".
This track reminds me of those late 70's-early 80's disco hi-nrg songs from Ian Levine/Fiachra Trench, although "A Night To Remember" was produced in 1987 by Steve O'Donnell.
It has that "70's 'Love Boat' glamourous cruise ship holiday (on the French Rivera/Mediterranean sea) sound..."
A nice track, but the sounds of 1987 were all about Stock Aitken & Waterman "Mel & Kim / Rick Astley" cutting edge dance productions, so i can only imagine that this track was mostly ignored, and until now, almost forgotten.
We love "rare and hard-to-find gems" at RETRO DISCO Hi-NRG and we love Pamela Nightingale's voice

Thursday, 27 November 2014

Pamela Nightingale - "I'll Never Fall In Love Again" (12'' Maxi) 1985 hi-nrg eurobeat disco 80's RARE! "Out-Of-Print"


(12'' Maxi) 1985
hi-nrg disco 80's

1.  Pamela Nightingale - I'll Never Fall In Love Again (Extended Mix) 1985
2.  Pamela Nightingale - I'll Never Fall In Love Again (Instrumental Extended Mix) 1985
3.  Pamela Nightingale - I'll Never Fall In Love Again (7'' Single) (3.51)  1985
"Outstanding Vocals, Lyrics with a fabulous, aggressive Hi-NRG Production! - One of the ALL-TIME BEST 'drama-on-the-dancefloor' Hi-NRG songs!
This Scores 10/10! = EXCELLENT!"

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Dancing Under The Covers - Volume 3 - Various Artists - Hi-NRG Eurobeat Disco Synth Pop 80s 90s RARE "OUT-OF-PRINT" CD

01 Paul Parker - Wicked Game
02 Cover Up - Bette Davis Eyes
03 Walty Waits - Smalltown Boy
04 The Farm - Don't You Want Me
05 Salt 'n' Pepa - Twist And Shout
06 Double You - Drive
07 QP Band - Love Is In The Air
08 Snap - Oops Up
09 KWS - Keep It Comin' Love
10 The Pasadenas - I'm Doing Fine Now
11 Big Fun - Blame It On The Boogie
12 Top Gun - Take My Breath Away
13 Chyp-notic - Nothing Compares To You
14 Kit Rolfe - SOS
15 Blancmange - The Day Before You Came
16 Secret Life - As Always
special thanks to Rassie for help with finding this rare album!
& keeping this music alive :)

Saturday, 22 November 2014

Dancing Under The Covers - Volume 2 - Various Artists - Hi-NRG Eurobeat Disco Synth Pop 80s 90s RARE "OUT-OF-PRINT" CD


01 KWS - Rock Your Baby
02 Rage - Run To You
03 K.I.K - Baker Street
04 Midnight Shift - California Dreaming
05 Erasure - Gimme Gimme Gimme
06 St Ettiene - Only Love Can Break Your Heart
07 Soft Cell - Tainted Love-Where Did Our Love Go
08 Shakespears Sister - Could You Be Loved
09 Voice Of The Beehive - I Think I Love You
10 Slam Factory - Respect
11 Astaire - Everything I Do
12 Sister Act - I Will Follow Him
13 Chops EMC - Me Israelites
14 The Chimes - I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

special thanks to ADRIAN for help with finding this rare album!
& keeping this music alive :)

Friday, 21 November 2014

Dancing Under The Covers - Volume 1 - Various Artists - Hi-NRG Eurobeat Disco Synth Pop 80s 90s RARE "OUT-OF-PRINT" CD

Hi-Nrg Eurobeat Eurodance Hits


01 - KWS - Please Don't Go
02 - East Side Beat - Ride Like The Wind
03 - S.L. Line - Another Day In Paradise
04 - Quarts feat. Dina Carroll - It's To Late
05 - PJB feat. Hannah & Her Sisters - Bridge Over Troubled Water
06 - Heavy D & The Boyz - Now That We Found Love
07 - Right Said Fred - Daydream
08 - Bananarama - Venus
09 - Kim Wilde - You Keep Me Hanging On
10 - Sandra - Everlasting Love
11 - Naked Eyes - Always Something There To Remind Me
12 - Human League - Let's Get Together Again
13 - Candy Flip - Strawberry Fields Forever
14 - Flying Lizards - Money
15 - Adamski - Space Jungle


Please contact if you have Volume. 2
or Volume. 3


Sunday, 16 November 2014

MONTREAL SOUND Hi-NRG Electro 80s Canadian Disco - Non-Stop Mix (77 mins) 1977-1984 Canada Disco Classics

(28 Non-Stop Mixed Tracks)
1.Suzy Q; Get Into The Funky Music Now (J.C. Records, 1982)
2.Karen Silver; Nobody Else (Quality Records Ltd., 1981)
3.Nightlife Unlimited; Do Me Tonight (Unidisc, 1979)
4.Nancy Martin; Can't Believe (Neige, 1982)
5.Misty Lane; Energy (Celsius, 1983)
6.Lime; Don't You Wanna Do It (Matra, 1984)
7.Motion; Don't Stop (Tojo, 1983)
8.Lime; You're My Magician (Matra; 1981)
9.Gino Soccio; Dancer (Warner Bros., 1979)
10.Bob-A-Rella; Spend The Night (Channel, 1979)
11.Carol Jiani, Ask Me (Matra, 1982)
12.Sweet Brandy; Stoned Love (J.C. Records, 1982)
13.Lime; I Don't Wanna Lose You (Matra, 1984)
14.Jade; I'm Gonna Get Your Love (Disconet Remix) (Rams Horn, 1982)
15.Sunbelt; Spin It (Rio, 1982)
16.Kebekelektrik; Magic Fly (Tom Moulton Mix) (Salsoul, 1977)
17.Lime; Give Me Your Body (Matra, 1984)
18.Vera; Baby Won't You Dance With Me (Matra, 1982)
19.Trans-X; Living On Video (Illusion, 1983)
20.Susan Stevens; This Is Love (Tojo, 1983)
21.Kendra; Helping Myself (Dub) (J.C. Records, 1983)
22.Denis LePage; Magnum (Celsius, 1979)
23.Nightlife Unlimited; Disco Choo Choo (Howard Merit Mix) (Unidisc, 1979)
24.Jump; Does It Feel Good (Unidisc, 1979)
25.Ann Joy; Love Now Hurt Later (Unidisc, 1978)
26.Voggue; Roller Boogie (Celsius, 1981)
27.Lime; Help Yourself (Matra, 1982)
28.Susan Stevens; Boogie Walk (Rams Horn, 1983)
Non-Stop Mix by Chrissy Murderbot
"Most people aren't aware of this, but for a brief period in the 1980s Montreal was like the WORLD CAPITOL OF DISCO. Or one of a handful of capitols, anyway. This was right after everything disco-related in New York clubland and the US record industry had ground to a halt and become terribly unhip (the so-called "Death of Disco", to hear rock critics speak of it), but before Europe's Hi-NRG and Eurobeat scenes really took over. It was a weird transitional phase, wherein electronics gradually took over for live instruments—a crucial step on the road from disco to house.
Much like its close relative Italo-disco, a lot of the Québécois Disco stuff is still big with house DJs here in Chicago. I found out about it through bargain-bin shopping as I was growing up in Kansas City, and it's always been one of my very favorite musical styles.
And before you discophobes start yelping: Yes, it's corny. Yes, the lyrics are ridiculous. Yes, it's saccharine and blatantly commercial and synthetic and manufactured and all that junk we're taught to hate about music. But it's also amazing. It's really forward-thinking. And INSANELY catchy. Enjoy."  (Chrissy Murderbot)
"Wonderful collection of rare Canadian Disco Classics,
released between 1977-1984"
Scores 10/10!