Solid, early eighties number, that can’t do no wrong. Tee Scott on the mix.
Wooohoooo, this is the original almost twelve minutes full length jaaaaaam! David Mancuso included this in his Loft compilation. Thaaaank you.
It’s like the male version you might know from the official 12-inch release, but even more wild, jam-ey and fun! well, twelve minutes…i can’t get enough.
This goes out to scott, ana and a very spontaneous after hour party in a loft in detroit!
…you got me love dancing…
Ahh, Melba! This song is written by the Bee-Gees, produced by McFadden & Whitehead and mixed by John Luongo.
One of the ultimate love songs, she’s killing me everytime…
…is an interesting, quite personal blog.
mr. jewell asked me 5 questions, i gave him long answers…
Italian boogie! Oh my, this is classic. The lead singer, the background singers, the innocent italian vibe.
I remember very well how i got this record. I had the file for some time, but never knew the artist, only the title, but I loved it. In zurich, my good friend und music lover Lexx found this record (oh shit, original pressing!) and bought it…damn! Next day, the charming gent he is, he passes me the record and tells me that he feels, I want it more than he does. Voila! Thaaaanks yo!
If you see me groovin’ round the streets, chances are pretty high i am listening to the disco juice in my headphones…
Time for another Patrick Adams sure shot!
Beautiful, beautiful song. It’s just so solid, well made, the composition really grabs me. Sorry for posting the album version, can’t find the 12″ in the moment.
Finn Johannsen, a passionate, great dj and friend of mine turned me into this (and soo many other) record on a digging tour. Thank you!
“There is no end. There is no beginning. There is only the infinite passion of life.”
for Federico Fellini (born 20. Januar 1920 in Rome)