ROZAA & WINE “Disco Boogie Woman” (1976, Pye/Right On!)




The title says it all… An early production of Greg Carmichael, the genius (and frequent associate of Patrick Adams) behind many classics by Pam Todd, Inner Life, Universal Robot Band or Bumblebee Unlimited. Rozaa Wortham is an american singer who worked in Europe (check her “Silly Silly”, an austrian rare groove oddity from 1978) and is now enjoying a career as a jazz, blues and gospel vocalist under the name Maria Perfect.


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Anonymous said...

great blog! do you know the original release of the track "silly silly"?

David said...

Hi & thanks dear Anonyous for your comment. Actually I don't own the "Silly" song, I only heard a sample on Juno: http://mp3.juno.co.uk/MP3/SF314957-01-01-01.mp3

Overfitting Disco said...

damn! I had never heard this one. oO I won't sleep with such tunes. Let's groove tonight!!! haha

roey said...

hi, found an lp by rozaa - Are You Ready Willing and Able? from 1978 by cold fire productions. the label says 'Silver Star'. can't find any info about it. does anybody know it?