Sunday 5 March 2023
HOLLY JOHNSON 🌩️ "HEAVEN'S HERE" (Mount Olympus 12'' Mix) 1989 electronic synth pop dance '80s REMASTERED 2023 WAV HQ AUDIO
Saturday 7 January 2023
MADLEEN KANE🔥"FIRE IN MY HEART" (1981) SPECIAL 12'' EXTENDED DANCE EDIT Hi-NRG EuroDisco GIORGIO MORODER '80s
[Written by Giorgio Moroder & Sylvester Levay]
[Published by GMPC Music]
Tuesday 29 November 2022
TANYA 🥁🎸🙏🎺🎹🎷 "DARLADI-LADADA" (1982) 12'' Vocal & Dub Mixes Hi NRG Italo Disco Funky Dance '80s CULT
Recorded At – Acoustic One Studio
Mixed At – Acoustic One Studio Produced For – 4 Ever Productions
Arranged By – Paul Roumeliotis, Teneen Ali
Co-producer – Dominic Sciullo, Leo Tavormina
Mixed By – André Boulet, Teneen Ali
Producer – Teneen Ali
Written-By – Guinis, P. Roumeliotis
Produced for 4 Ever Productions
℗ © 1982 Ali Baba Records
Label: Ali Baba Records – SP-001
Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style: Hi-NRG, Disco
RETRO DISCO Hi-NRG 🚀
Saturday 20 November 2021
VIVA - Don't Turn Your Love Away (12'' Maxi- x4 Mixes) 1985 WAV HQ Format Hi-NRG Italo Disco Eurobeat 12'' 7'' White Label Dance 80s "Out-Of-Print" RARE
RETRO DISCO Hi-NRG 🚀
Monday 4 October 2021
PATRICK COWLEY🔺👁⃤ 'COLLABORATIONS' (1977-1982) 40th Anniversary - Various Artists Electronic Disco Hi-NRG Funk 70s 80s
"Patrick Cowley's 🔺👁⃤ "Collaborations" is a collection of works Patrick contributed to/remixed/wrote/played on and/or produced for/with other artists"
00:00 01. Carl Carlton - Baby I Need Your Loving (12'') 5.52 (1982) 05:51 02. Jeannie Tracy - Time Bomb (Extended) 6.09 (1982) 11:59 03. L.T.D. - Back In Love Again, Again (Version 1) 4.42 (1977) 16:41 04. Lipps Inc. - Funkytown Revival 7.53 (1979) 24:35 05. Loverdé - Die Hard Lover (12'') 7.07 (1982) 31:43 06. Michele - Disco Dance (Remix) 13.47 (1977) 45:28 07. Tantra - The Hills Of Katmandu (Megamix 12'') 16.21 (1979) 1:01:49 08. Two Tons Of Fun - I Got The Feeling (Remix 12'') 7.13 (1980) 1:08:59 09. Tantra - Hills Of Katmandu (12'' Remix) 6.25 (1979) 1:15:26 10. Hot Posse - An American Dream (Medley) 6.22 (1981) 1:21:45 11. L.T.D. - Back In Love Again, Again (Version 2) 4.37 (1977) 1:26:22 12. Passengers - Hot Leather (Moby Dick 12'' Remix) 11.54 (1981) 1:38:16 13. Paul Parker - Pushin' Too Hard (Blecman & Kessie Remix) 5.54 (1982) 1:44:10 14. Sarah Dash - Low Down Dirty Rhythm (12'' Mix) 6.42 (1983) 1:50:52 15. Sarah Dash - Lucky Tonight (12'' Extended Version) 5.57 (1983) 1:56:48 16. Sylvester - Don't Stop (12'' Extended Mix) 6.49 (1982) 2:03:39 17. Fever - Standing In The Shadows Of Love (12'' Mix) 7.06 (1978) Patrick Joseph Cowley (October 19, 1950 – November 12, 1982) was an American disco and Hi-NRG dance music composer and recording artist. Along with Giorgio Moroder, he often is credited as a pioneer of electronic dance music. During his teenage years, Cowley became a successful drummer with local amateur bands before attending Niagara University and later the University at Buffalo to study English. In 1971, at the age of 21, Cowley moved to San Francisco to attend the City College of San Francisco (CCSF) where he studied music, specifically the use of synthesizers. Cowley met San Francisco-based musician Sylvester in 1978. Sylvester had asked Cowley to join his studio band after hearing some of his early synthesizer recordings. He played synthesizer on Sylvester's 1978 album Step II which included the hits "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)" and "Dance (Disco Heat)". In addition, he wrote "Stars" and "I Need Somebody to Love Tonight" from his 1979 album Stars. Cowley also joined Sylvester's live band and joined him on several world tours. Cowley's own hits included "Menergy" in 1981, a frank celebration of the gay club scene, and "Megatron Man", which hit #1 and #2 respectively on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1981. That same year, Patrick Cowley was celebrated at the Menergy parties at The EndUp in San Francisco. He also wrote and produced the dance single "Right on Target" for San Francisco artist Paul Parker, which reached #1 on the Billboard dance chart in 1982. "Do Ya Wanna Funk", a collaboration with Sylvester, made #4 on the Billboard dance chart that same year. Cowley also did a 15'45" long remix of Donna Summer's "I Feel Love", which is now a collector's item. Mind Warp, his final album, was composed as he felt the increasing effects of HIV infection, and its songs reflect his increasing detachment from conventional reality as the disease progressed. During a world tour with Sylvester in late 1981, Cowley complained of feeling increasingly unwell. Upon returning to the United States, he visited a doctor who diagnosed food poisoning. Weeks later, with his condition only worsening, doctors again failed to identify what was wrong with him. At this early stage in the history of the HIV and AIDS, misdiagnosis was common and so Cowley, who was gay, was discharged from the hospital (in 1982) after doctors could do nothing more for him. Cowley died at his home in the Castro District neighbourhood in San Francisco on November 12, 1982. He was 32 years old, an early victim of AIDS. A couple of tracks were completed for a planned Sarah Dash album that year, which was cut short by Cowley's death. Despite never fully achieving mainstream commercial success, Cowley is nevertheless regarded as a pioneer of early electronic music and the creator of Hi-NRG, an uptempo strain of disco. Various 1980s artists such as Pet Shop Boys and New Order have cited his influence as a producer. Cowley has been described as "a musical pioneer whose achievements rippled throughout queer culture and beyond into the disco mainstream". Since the 2010s, Cowley's profile has risen as "listeners and scholars excavate disco's intersection with gay liberation." Amid the accompanying emergence of nu-disco in the late 2000s and early 2010s, profiles of Cowley across social media and other high-profile outlets have contributed to a resurgence of interest in his work.
Wednesday 5 May 2021
ITALO DISCO EROTIK 🔥📼 LOST XXX VIDEO SOUNDTRACKS 1979-1984 electronic underground Instrumental / Dubs 70s 80s CULT
🅸🆃🅰🅻🅾 🅳🅸🆂🅲🅾 🅴🆁🅾🆃🅸🅺
The Lost Video Soundtracks 1979-1984 💋
01. S.P Clan - Get Down (On Love) (Instrumental Mix) (Did Records, 1983)
02. The Droids – (Do You Have) The Force 1 (Barclay Disques, 1977)
03. Bob Salton – Starknight (Instrumental Mix) (Blood Record, 1982)
04. Adal Scandy Super Band - Pirana (Instrumental Mix) (F1 Team, 1979)
05. Gazebo - Masterpiece (Instrumental Mix) (Best Record, 1982)
06. Jean-Michel Jarre - Orient Express (Extended) (Disques Dreyfus, 1982)
07. Dharma - Plastic Doll (Instrumental Mix) (System Music, 1982)
08. Amin Peck - Suicidal (Instrumental Mix) (Best Record, 1983)
09. R.E.M. - Computer Communication (Xanadu Records, 1983)
10. Jean-Michel Jarre - Magnetic Fields, Part 2 (Disques Dreyfus, 1981)
11. Sunbelt - Spin It (12'' Version) (Importe/12 USA, 1981)
12. Oliver Onions - It's Only Love (Vocal Version) (Cabum Musica, 1983)
13. G.F. Lunghi - Acapulco Nights (Instrumental Version) (Memory Records, 1984)
14. Ego - Theme From E.T. (Extra-Terrestrial Dance Version) (Zanza Records, 1982)
15. S.P Clan - Get Down (On Love) (Vocal Version) (Did Records, 1983)
The Real Background Story:
ITALO DISCO "SLEAZE":
Background Soundtrack Music in 80s XXX Adult Videos 📼
(How Italo Disco sometimes ended up, in American hardcore 80s porn video soundtracks)
Hardly ever discussed, but Italo Disco Instrumental / Dub mixes were featured pretty often in USA/Canadian 80s adult video films.
Home Video (Betamax / VHS) was introduced in North America in the late 70s. This new home technology quickly created a HUGE market for home adult films sold on video cassettes.
The quickest, cheapest and most profitable practice was for XXX film studios to use existing 70s "loops" 🎞️ cinema porn films and make them available on home video for sale. 📼
Most of the 70s "loops" porn films had no sound. Film producers needed many hundreds of hours of background instrumentals for the adult home video releases.
Nightclub DJs were already playing slowed down ITALO SLEAZE instrumental sets, mostly early morning sets, played for a few hours, before closing time.
These American and Canadian XXX Video productions 📼 would travel around the world, via sales and piracy.
Sometimes, for music lovers, more legendary for having a cool killer "unknown italo dub mix" soundtrack than for the onscreen action!
Italo Disco's DIRTY LITTLE SECRET! ;-) 🎼 🎵 🎶
RETRO DISCO Hi-NRG
Tuesday 13 April 2021
FANTASY ✨ Fantasy (Album) 1979 Disco Rock Synth Funk Synth Pop Electronic RARE "Out-Of-Print" 70s 80s HQ WAV
PCM Uncompressed / WAV HQ / 44100 Hz / 24 Bit rip from Greek Pressing Vinyl LP