Ipanema Brothers - "Rio De Janeiro" (Woody Bianchi edit)
Coco York & Serge Ermoll Ensemble - "Come On Everybody"
Rideout - "Someone Special"
Original Just Us - "You're My Latest Inspiraton"
Clifton Dyson - "I'm Giving Up"
Formula One - "Can You Feel It"
Jay Player - "Love Is The Answer"
Sunny Gayle - "I Wanna Know"
GC Cameron - "If I Love You"
The Variotions - "I Know Why You're Here"
Renzo Fraiese - "12 Engle Street"
Sammy Barbot - "Mexico"
Puccio Roelens - "Switch Off"
Love Exchange - "Do You Want My Love"
Rev Jerry Burns & The Youth Ensemble - "Rapture"
The Directions - "Can't Sit Down"
Samson & Delilah With The Boss Four - "Don't Listen To Your Friends"
The Magic City Band - "Hot Flashs"
Razz Ma Tazz - "Sugar Sugar Sugar"
James Knox - "Let The Music Move Ya"
Rozza & Wine - "Disco Boogie Woman"
Circle - "Disco Break" (Woody Bianchi edit)
Paul Humphrey - "Scream & Shout"
Review: Although he's recorded and released plenty of music in the last three decades, Italian DJ Woody Bianchi is better-known amongst the crate digging community for the quality, size and depth of his record collection. As a fellow dusty-fingered disco collector, Joey Negro is well aware of Bianchi's digging pedigree - hence offering him the chance to compile the latest edition in the essential "Under The Influence" compilation series. It's naturally a treat from start to finish, offering a highlight-filled journey through disco, disco-funk, boogie and jazz-funk that will be eye-opening to all but the most dedicated diggers. Our picks include Bianchi's own edit of Ipaema Brothers' "Rio De Janeiro", the brilliantly up-tempo madness of Formula One's "Can You Feel It" and the low-slung brilliance of Paul Humphrey's "Scream & Shout".