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I MISS THE DISCO QUEEN, DONNA SUMMER

During her early years  Donna Summer was the face of Disco and
Dance, who  led  the  parade. Hit after hit after hit, she was
all  over  radio  as  well as the clubs. Over the years  while
other  artists like  Madonna  veered off into Trance and other
sub-genries, Donna  stayed true to herself  and  her fans. She
stuck with Disco! Although  more  popular in her debut  years,
she  continued  to have  hits in every  decade  that followed.
Thank goodness she left behind a legacy of Dance  classics for
us to remember her by. Many with uplifting themes like "I Love
You",  "Could It  Be Magic"  and  "Heaven  Knows". SHE  REALLY
COULD  SING! And  that's  what  made her  such a big icon. Her
music was well suited for both clubs and radio. An ex-roommate
had the  nerve to steal my "4 Seasons Of Love" album.....and I
want you to know I went out and replaced it right away. Nobody
was taking my Summer away from me! R.I.P. Queen Bee///////////



NU DISCO, NEW DISCO, OR WHAT?

(Update of Dec. 2016 blog) Some  like to  name  recent  tracks
that  have  that retro  flavor, Nu Disco or New Disco. Why not
just  Disco? When they  make it NEW or NU it sounds  like  the
"old" Disco went away. 1979 was the banner year for Disco, but
1980 was not the end. Disco tracks  have been  continuous ever
since (over 40 years)! Although some  years were  better  than
others as Dance  music  ventured  into  many fads (which often
overlapped each other). Among them  House, Trance, Punk, Elec-
tro, Techno, Industrial, etc. Often the fads themselves lasted
for year (as in Techno). Some might say Techno and to some ex-
tent the others are still here today (just not in the driver's
seat). If it's the Disco sound then it should be called DISCO!
No need for New or Nu and this and that.//////////////////////




REMIXES DON'T HELP A WEAK PRODUCT
(Update of Dec. 2016 blog) It's not  unusual  to  find a track
with 10 or more remixes available.  No matter how many remixes
a song has, they can't turn a weak tune into a good one. Often
the "best" remix  comes out weeks  after the original  release
date. These are half-baked tracks. Most  songs don't even have
a remix. The original  mix presents the artist's  intent. It's
rare  that a remix is needed. But they do happen and can  open
the door to a wider  audience if they don't stray too far away
from the original  product. Remixes don't do a whole lot for a
song. They do little and more often than not that's not enough
to justify their existance.///////////////////////////////////




SOMETIMES DANCE MUSIC IS A BRIDGE
(Update of Nov. 2016 blog) Just as in life, politics and about
everything  there are periods of transition, Dance music is no
exception. Some new Dance  songs don't fit in with the current
releases, but are still  good. Many  become "bridges" to a fu-
ture  date (which often is a better fit) and the track returns
again. Just because a song is not a hit today  doesn't mean it
can't be one tomorrow. Maybe a rainbow  wold be a better anal-
ogy (than a bridge). A rainbow, linking 2 different  times to-
gether.///////////////////////////////////////////////////////



DANCE CLASSICS STILL PACK A PUNCH

(Update of Oct. 2016 blog) Whether it's "Funkytown" or "Billie
Jean" people still enjoy  hearing  classic  Dance tracks. Some
would like to hear them 24/7 (but they are in the minority, as
most like to hear new-ER tracks too). "We Are Family" describ-
es  most  of us  who like a combination  of  both. We like  to
"Shake Our Groove Thang" across a crowded  Dance floor or just
listen on the radio or internet. So, "Let's All Chant" and let
"The Music Play". It's  time  to  "Let The Beat Hit 'Em"  with
both new and retro  songs  expanding  their minds. "That's The
Way I Like It" and that's  the way you  like it, so "Everybody
Dance" and "Get Into The Groove" and enjoy the ride.//////////




2016 THE YEAR OF INSTRUMENTALS
(Update of Sept. 2016 blog) 2016 was the  best  year  ever for
instrumental Dance tracks. Althought the lyrics in many  Disco
& Dance songs are quite  memorable, so is the music. Often, it
outshines  the  lyrics. How often do we hear lyrics  that just
don't  blend well with their  music? Quite often! There is no-
thing wrong with presenting an instrumental creation. But care
should  be  taken in  selecting a title. It's hard to remember
BEATS. That's why a song title for an instrumental track needs
to be carefully selected. If not a good match, an instrumental
can slip off into obscurity.//////////////////////////////////




WHAT'S A HYBRID DANCE STATION ?
(Update of March 2016 blog) USA Dance Mix  is  a  hybrid Dance
station. Most other Dance  stations  either  play  retro-Dance
(oldies) material or current. We go a step farther and mix the
two together. Many find our concept refreshing. Just how often
does one need to hear "Haven't You Heard" by Patrice Rushen or
any  other classic  track? The beat goes on. It didn't stop in
1979. A lot of Dance  stations  just play the  same 200 oldies
over  and over. We throw them in too, but we do not copy  what
everybody else is doing. We've always blazed our own trail and
continue to do so. In the Dance  world  you  can  either  be a
follower or a leader./////////////////////////////////////////


























 





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TOP 4O

U.S.A.
DISCO & DANCE
1988-2OO8  HIT  IMPRESSIONS

ALCAZAR - Sexual  Guarantee/Don't  You  Want  Me  '02/Paradise/Crying  At  The  Discotheque. . .
ASTLEY, RICK - Never  Gonna  Give  You  Up/Together  Forever/Whenever  You  Need  Somebody/
                            . . .('87-'88)
BLACK  BOX - Strike  It  Up/Everybody  Everybody/I  Don't  Know  Anybody  Else. . .
BOOTY  LUV - Shine
CAREY, MARIAH - Make  It  Happen/Can't  Let  Go/Emotions. . .
CHER - Believe/Strong  Enough/All  Or  Nothing
CHRISTOPHER, SHAWN - Don't   Lose  The  Magic  '08
CLAMARAN, EARNSHAW & OCHOA. . . - Give  Some  Love
DEEE-LITE - Groove  Is  In  The  Heart/Power  Of  Love/Good  Beat. . .
GEORGIE  PORGIE - Life  Goes  On/I'm  In  Love/Sunshine/It's  Alright. . .
GRAY, MICHAEL - The  Weekend
HOTT  22 - Something  Real
HOUSTON,  WHITNEY - Love  Will  Save  The  Day/So  Emotional/For  The  Love  Of  You. . .  ('87-'88)
INNER  CITY - Good  Life/Big  Fun
JACKSON, JANET - All  For  You. . .
JACKSON, JANET - Miss You Much/State Of The World/Rythm Nation/The Knowledge/Escapade/
                                  Alright. . .
JAMIROQUAI - Canned  Heat
LA  BOUCHE/LE  CLICK - Be  My  Lover/Sweet  Dreams/Nice  'N'  Slow/I  Love  To  Love/Tonight  Is
                                             The  Night. . .
LIL  LOUIS. . . - Music  Saved  My  Life/Club  Lonely/New  Dance  Beat
LOVELACE, KIMARA - When  Can  Our  Love  Begin  '08
LIVIN'  JOY - Dreamer/Don't  Stop  Movin'/Where  Can  I  Find  Love
MADISON  AVENUE -
Don't  Call  Me  Baby/Who  The  Hell  Are  You. . .
MINOGUE, KYLIE - Love  At  First  Sight/Can't  Get  You  Out  Of  My  Head
MOLINA, ANTHONY - Floating  Above  Mars
MORILLO. . ., ERICK - Dancing
NO  DOUBT - Hella  Good  (Keep  On  Dancin')
NO  HALO & EARNSHAW - Put  Your  Hands  On
PENISTON, CECE - Finally
PENISTON, CECE - Hit  By  Love/I'm  In  The  Mood/I'm  Not  Over  You
PENISTON, CECE - We  Got  A  Love  Thang/Keep  On  Walkin'
PINK - Get  The  Party  Started
ROZALLA - Everybody's  Free (To  Feel  Good)/Are You  Ready  To Fly/Faith (In The  Power Of Love) S., ROBIN - Show  Me  Love/Love  4  Love/Brighter  Day
SOULMAKERS  &  EARNSHAW - Falling  (For  You)
SOUL  SEARCHER - Can't  Get  Enough
SOUND  FACTORY - Understand  This  Groove
SOUNDSET - Everyday '08
STARDUST - Music  Sounds  Better  With  You
STONEBRIDGE. . . -
Put  'Em  High. . .
WATERS, CRYSTAL - Gypsy  Woman  (She's  Homeless)/Makin'  Happy/Surprise

An  impression  or  imprint   can  be  an  entire   album  or  single.   Some   minor   cuts   have
not  been  listed.  Our  top 3 Dance  artists of  the  last two  decades ('88-'08)  would be a  battle

between  Janet  Jackson
,  CeCe  Peniston  &  Crystal  Waters.   Less  than  30%  are  from  1988
to  1998.  Anything in  the  last  few  years  that  seems  UNKNOWN  can  usually  be  heard  on
YouTube.




TOP 4O

U.S.A.
DISCO & DANCE
PRE-1988  HIT  IMPRESSIONS

ASHFORD & SIMPSON - Found A Cure
A TASTE OF HONEY - Boogie Oogie Oogie
BRAINSTORM - Lovin' Is Really My Game
BROWN, PETER - Crank It Up (Funk Town)
CHANGE - The Glow Of Love/Searching/A Lover's Holiday
CHIC - Good Times/Le Freak/Dance,Dance,Dance/Everybody Dance/I Want Your Love. . .
GARY'S GANG - Keep On Dancin'/Let's  Love  Dance
GAYE, MARVIN - Got To Give It Up/Let's Get It On/I Want You/Sexual Healing
GAYNOR, GLORIA - Never Can Say Goodbye/I Will Survive
GQ - Disco Nights (Rock Freak)
HAROLD MELVIN & THE BLUE NOTES - Bad Luck/The Love I Lost/Wake Up Everybody
HERNANDEZ, PATRICK - Born To Be Alive
HOUSTON, THELMA - Don't Leave Me This Way
ISLEY BROTHERS - It's A Disco Night
K.C. & THE SUNSHINE BAND - Get Down Tonight/Do You Wanna Go Party/ I Get Lifted
KHAN, CHAKA - I Feel For You/I'm Every Woman/Ain't  Nobody/What 'Cha Gonna Do  For  Me
KHAN, CHAKA & Rufus - Once You Get Started/Do You Love What You Feel/Tell Me Something  Good
LIPPS INC. - Funkytown
LYNN, CHERYL - Got To Be Real
MADONNA - Everybody/Holiday/Burnin'  Up/Physical  Attraction/Lucky  Star/Borderline
MCCOY, VAN - The Hustle
MCFADDEN & WHITEHEAD - Ain't Not Stoppin' Us Now
MCLAIN, ALTON & DESTINY - It Must Be Love
MUSIQUE - In The Bush/Keep On Jumpin'
ODYSSEY - Native New Yorker
O'JAYS - I Love Music
RAY, DON - Got To Have Loving
ROBINSON, VICKI  SUE - Turn The Beat Around
RUSHEN, PATRICE - Forget Me Nots/Feels So Real And My Mind (Won't Let  Go)
RUSHEN, PATRICE - Haven't You Heard
SHANNON - Let The Music Play. . .
SISTER SLEDGE - We Are Family/He's The Greatest Dancer/All American  Girls
S.O.S. BAND - Take Your Time (Do It Right)
STREISAND & SUMMER - No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)
SUMMER, DONNA - Bad Girls/MacArthur  Park/Spring  Affair/Rumour  Has It. . .
SUMMER, DONNA - Could It Be Magic/Love Is In Control/I Love You/Heaven  Knows. . .
SUMMER, DONNA - I Feel Love/Love To Love You Baby/Sunset People/Hot Stuff. . .
SUMMER, DONNA - She Works Hard For The Money/Last Dance/On The Radio. . .
SYLVESTER - You Make Me Feel (Mighty  Real)/Dance (Disco  Heat)
TAVARES - Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel/It Only Takes A Minute
All  titles  above  have  each  been  "RECYCLED"  three  times  into  our  TOP-4O.
Once  and  for  all,  the  real  "Queen Of  Disco"  can  easily  be  identified
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