Chic – “I Want Your Love”

To the “Studio 54” not to let him in, and yet composed, Chic co-founder Nile Rodgers is not only many of the biggest Disco Hits, but also shined as one of the key music producers of the 1980s. His clients: David Bowie, Duran Duran and Madonna. His Trick: A song with the verse, but is equal to the Refrain start.

Inner Life – “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”

This Remake of the epoch-making duet by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell shows that Disco knew no bounds – not even when the length of the pieces. The normal Maxi-Version lasts ten minutes, a Remix of New York DJ’s John Morales extended the Ecstasy to over 17 minutes. A taste of the dissolution of the Techno-Era.

Dan Hartman/ Vertigo – “Relight My Fire”

A piece of, when you Build the tension so much time as a Western by Sergio Leone. A bombastic Intro, stretches over nearly three minutes, before finally a liberating Piano Riff is heard. In condensed Form, Take That made this rousing Song about the power of reconciliation at the beginning of the 90-year-world success.

Sylvester – “You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)”

His flamboyanten Outfits, his falsetto vocals and his explosive Shows have brought him the nickname of “Queen of Disco”. The Californian singer Sylvester made from the style of music a project of emancipation. “You Make Me Feel (Mighty Feel)” was his biggest Hit, the Background singers were later as the Weather Girls well-known.

Odyssey – “Native New Yorker”

a number of Disco Songs to negotiate questions of identity and belonging, but not a second piece captures so memorable manner the strange mixture of love and hatred felt by many of New York for their home town. Even today, this title is played from 1977 to every home game of football club New York City FC as a stadium anthem.

Sister Sledge – “Lost In Music”

a Hit-composition of Nile Rodgers, which starts with the chorus. The piece is about, that you feel at night on the dance floor, of course, much more alive than during the day in the office – why should you let the Work not be? One of the most beautiful declarations of love to the Power of music, sung by one of the first girl groups.

Diana Ross – “Love Hangover”

escapism without repentance – that’s what this Song marked for Diana Ross, the Transition from Soul to Disco. The piece begins with a longing, Languishing, and increases in an orgiastic frenzy. “If there is a cure,” sings Diana Ross, “I don’t want to have you.” Thus, the Disco-a fever is probably meant.

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