I love disco, but even I have a threshold of how much I can take in one sitting. Don't get me wrong, I could listen to ABBA and The Bee-Gees all day and not get tired of it. However, the vast majority of disco was highly unoriginal and all the songs seem to just blend together after a while. I suppose "you had to be there". I can see how this might be fine at an actual discotheque (more than likely hopped up on cocaine); but it sure gets monotonous just listening to.
That's why I decided to throw together pieces of a bunch of disco songs into one track. Rather than have you
Given that this is an Obscure Grooves post, you won't see any Saturday Night Fever hits here - only the lesser known disco gems. In this 15+ minute track you'll hear all of the following...
Bill Summers & Summers Heat - "Straight to the Bank"
Bob-A-Rela - "Spend the Night"
Dynasty - "I Don't Wanna Be a Freak"
Gary's Gang - "Do It at the Disco"
Hydro & Loma - "K.I.C. (Keep It Coming)"
Direct Current - "Boogie Man"
Richard T. Bear - "Sunshine Hotel"
Joe Capaldi - "Shoe Shine"
Space - "Save Your Love for Me"
Sesame Disco - "Me Lost Me Cookie at the Disco"
Pamala Stanley - "This Is Hot"
Ronnie Milsap - "Get It Up"
Linda Clifford - "Repossessed"
D.C. LaRue - "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark"
Pat Hodges - "Fly By Night"