|1.||John Robie - "Vena Cava" (7:07)|
|2.||James White & The Blacks - "Contort Yourself" (August Darnell mix) (6:21)|
|1.||Quando Quango - "Love Tempo" (Mark Kamins mix) (7:53)|
|2.||George Kranz - "Din Daa Daa (Trommeltanz)" (6:25)|
|1.||Loose Joints - "Pop Your Funk" (instrumental version - 7" B-Side mix) (2:45)|
|2.||Material - "Bustin' Out" (long version) (8:27)|
|1.||Peech Boys - "Don't Make Me Wait" (extended version) (7:26)|
|2.||Edwin Birdsong - "Rapper Dapper Snapper" (6:40)|
Designed as an accompaniment to Tim Lawrence's brilliant 2017 book of the same name, "Life and Death on the New York Dancefloor" offers a snapshot of one of the most significant periods in the history of NYC dance music. It focuses on a four-year period between 1980 and '83, when the city's various musical scenes mixed and mutated at a dizzying rate. Lawrence's selections are spot on, with mutant disco classics by the likes of John Robie, Edwin Birdsong and Material being joined by Latino electro-funk (Mark Kamins remixing Manchester band Quando Quango), proto-house (Larry Levan side project Peech Boys) and dub disco (August Darnell remixing James White & The Blacks).
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