|1.||Willie Hutch - "Brother's Gonna Work It Out" (4:45)|
|2.||Charles Earland - "Leaving This Planet" (7:24)|
|1.||Laura Lee - "(If You Want To Try Love Again) Remember Me" (3:59)|
|2.||The Modulations - "I Can't Fight Your Love" (4:14)|
|3.||Margie Joseph - "Prophecy" (5:23)|
|1.||Blue Magic - "Welcome To The Club" (5:11)|
|2.||Twennynine - "Fancy Dancer" (feat Lenny White - 12" version) (6:15)|
|1.||Miroslave Vitous - "New York City" (9:29)|
|2.||Edgar Winter - "Above & Beyond" (12" version) (6:26)|
Having previously offered up two vinyl compilations focusing on his book Life & Death on the New York Dancefloor 1980-83, dance music documentarian Tim Lawrence has decided to travel back in time to the decade covered in his previous book, Love Will Save The Day. This second part (of two) gathers together some of the greatest American dance music of the 1970s, deftly showcasing what some might call the disco continuum. It covers a lot of ground, moving from the sparkling orchestrated soul of Willie Hutch and the intergalactic jazz-funk of Charles Earland, to the punk-funk hedonism of Miroslave Vituous and the boogie-era brilliance of Edgar Winter, via a string of surging underground disco treats.
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