JOE SIMON “Love Vibration” (1978, Spring)

This veteran Southern soul singer knew he would rock the dancefloor when he choose to work with the legendary Philly producer Norman Harris. The bass is so deadly it could push back Lazarus to the grave…

This gem, among many others, is reviewed in “The Disco Files 1973-78: New York's underground, week by week”, the chronicles Vince Aletti wrote for the trade magazine “Record World” back in the days. A wonderful historical report from the disco front – it's like reading the Dead Sea scrolls, but with the added bonus of playlists.

And as I've been quite lazy lately, here's a little treat to make up for it:

(I never get tired of vintage dance moves. And nice earring!)

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Le Sargistanais said...

Paradise garage Classic. I just bought the vinyl last Week, funny.

Keep Up The Good Sound.

Anonymous said...

Sweet. I've just stumbled, bleary-eyed and dehydrated, upon your fine, fine blog. Great stuff. Being able to see the vintage performance is the icing on th' cake. Cheers!