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20
Oct

Charles Aznavour – Aznavour Special – Lp

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Charles Aznavour (; born Shahnour Vaghinag Aznavourian, Armenian; 22 May 1924 – 1 October 2018) was a French-Armenian singer, lyricist, and diplomat. Aznavour was known for his distinctive tenor voice: clear and ringing in its upper reaches, with gravelly and profound low notes. In a composer/singer/songwriter career spanning over 70 years, he recorded more than 1,200 songs interpreted in nine languages. He wrote or co-wrote more than 1,000 songs for himself and others.

Aznavour was one of France’s most popular and enduring singers. He sold 180 million records during his lifetime and was dubbed France’s Frank Sinatra, while music critic Stephen Holden described Aznavour as a “French pop deity”. He was also arguably the most famous Armenian of his time. In 1998, Aznavour was named Entertainer of the Century by CNN and users of Time Online from around the globe. He was recognized as the century’s outstanding performer, with nearly 18% of the total vote, edging out Elvis Presley and Bob Dylan. Jean Cocteau said: “Before Aznavour, despair was unpopular”.

Aznavour sang for presidents, popes and royalty, as well as at humanitarian events. In response to the 1988 Armenian earthquake, he founded the charitable organization Aznavour for Armenia along with his long-time friend impresario Levon Sayan. In 2009, he was appointed ambassador of Armenia to Switzerland, as well as Armenia’s permanent delegate to the United Nations at Geneva. He started his most recent tour in 2014.

On 24 August 2017, Aznavour was awarded the 2,618th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Later that year he and his sister were awarded the Raoul Wallenberg Award for sheltering Jews during World War II. His last concert took place in NHK Hall in Osaka on 19 September 2018.

 

Side A
A1.  The Old Fashioned Way – 4:04 
A2.  Formidable – 2:18 
A3.  No, I Could Never Forget – 6:27  
A4.  I Have Lived – 2:32 
A5.  The Happy Days – 4:40 
A6.  To Die Of Love – 3:57 
A7.  The Wine Of Youth – 3:25 

Side B
B1.  Qui – 3:38 
B2.  Tu Te Laisses Aller – 3:38  
B3.  La Mamma – 3:43 
B4.  Et Pourtant – 2:47 
B5.  La Bohème – 4:03 
B6.  Que C’est Triste Venise – 2:36

 

Notes
Label:  Barclay – 40894
Format:  Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Country:  Netherlands
Released:
Genre:  Franstalig
Style:  Chanson

Vinyl:  Goed
Cover:  Goed

Prijs: €4,99

17
Oct

Joanna – Estrela-Guia (1980) – Lp

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Real Name: Maria de Fátima Gomes Nogueira
Profile: Born on January 27, 1957 in Rio de Janeiro, Joanna is a Brazilian singer and composer.

After her debut in a TV Tupi show, she was invited to sing in nightclubs in Rio. Her first LP, Nascente, was recorded in 1979.

Since then, she has recorded almost one album each year. “Nos Bailes da Vida” (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant), included in Chama (1981), was written especially for her. Her composition “Decisão” was the theme of the soap opera Brilhante and “Momentos” was that of Coração Alado. Other hits were “Recado (Meu Namorado)” (Renato Teixeira), “Quarto de Hotel,” and “Uma Canção de Amor” (Gonzaguinha).

Also very popular in Argentina and Portugal, she recorded more commercial songs in romantic genres like “Amanhã Talvez” and “Amor Bandido” (both by Sullivan/Massadas), dedicating an entire album to bolero in 1998 (Intimidad).

 

Side A
A1.  Momentos
A2.  Estrela-Guia
A3.  Quarto De Hotel
A4.  Labaredas
A5.  Coração Cadeado

Side B
B1.  Costumes
B2.  Pecado Venial
B3.  Bibelo
B4.  Feiticeira
B5.  Desengano
B6.  Amor Crioulo

 

Companies, etc.

 

Credits

 

Notes
Label:  RCA Victor – 103.0359
Format:  Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:  Brazil
Released:  1980
Genre:  Latin
Style:  MPB

Vinyl:  Goed
Cover:  Lichte Gebruikerssporen

Prijs: €4,99

15
Oct

The Sensational Alex Harvey Band – SAHB Collectors Items (1980) – Lp

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The Sensational Alex Harvey Band was one of the most unconventional bands that were part of the 1970s glam rock era. Fronted by Alex Harvey accompanied by Zal Cleminson on guitar, bassist Chris Glen, keyboard player Hugh McKenna and drummer Ted McKenna their music veered from progressive rock to experimental jazz, around a core of experimental and avant garde rock, dealing with themes from environmentalism to chinese take away food.

While they achieved an almost legendary status in the UK, they struggled to make a huge impact in the USA.

There is indeed an album’s worth of rare and collectible Sensational Alex Harvey Band tracks floating around out there, from the lost 1969 single “Midnight Moses” through the live B-side “St. Anthony” and on to the semi-spoken word “Satchel and the Scalp Hunter.” And really, one would have thought that so unequivocally titled an album would find room for at least a couple of them.

Wouldn’t you? Unfortunately not. Rather, Collectors Items simply dips back into precisely the same clutch of album tracks that sustained the three-year-old Big Hits & Close Shaves collection, and serves up more of what listeners already have.

The emphasis — four of the eight tracks — on SAHB‘s last truly worthwhile album, 1976’s SAHB Stories, does at least reprise “Boston Tea Party” and “Amos Moses,” and one can never tire of hearing the vintage “Faith Healer.” But the absence of anything even remotely targeted at the collector isn’t simply galling, it also goes a long way toward explaining why SAHB fans have, forever since, been deeply suspicious of the band’s compilations.

 

Side A
A1.  Boston Tea Party – 4:09
A2.  Action Strasse – 3:03
A3.  Give My Compliments To The Chief – 5:36
A4.  Jungle Jenny – 3:59
A5.  Vambo – 3:57

Side B
B1.  Faith Healer – 6:50
B2.  Delilah – 4:58
B3.  Sultan’s Choice – 3:51
B4.  Dance To Your Daddy – 5:15

 

Notes
Release:  1980
Label:  Vertigo – 6302 028
Genre:  Blues Rock
Format:  Vinyl, LP, Compilation

Vinyl:  Goed
Cover:  Lichte Gewbruikerssporen

Prijs: €4,95

14
Oct

Chet Atkins – Hometown Guitar (1968) – Lp

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Chester Burton “Chet” Atkins (June 20, 1924 – June 30, 2001) was an influential guitarist and Nashville record producer. His picking style, inspired by Merle Travis, Django Reinhardt, and Les Paul, brought him admirers both within and outside the country scene, both in the U.S.A. and internationally.

As RCA’s top Nashville executive, Atkins produced records for Eddy Arnold, Don Gibson, Jim Reeves, Skeeter Davis, Connie Smith, and Waylon Jennings. He created, along with Owen Bradley, the smoother country music style known as the Nashville Sound, which expanded country music’s appeal to include adult pop music fans as well. This slick brand of country music in turn stimulated a reaction among purists, resulting the Outlaw country movement centered in Austin, Texas.

Atkins’ style of finger-picking opened new creative possibilities and remains highly influential among guitarists today. His willingness to branch into jazz, classical guitar, and flamenco created an inter-cultural bridge that brought his music to a wide audience and increased his influence. Atkins recorded more than 100 albums and was the recipient of numerous awards, including the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Hometown Guitar is the thirty-fourth studio album by Chet Atkins. It peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Country Albums chart.

 

Side A
A1.  Big Daddy – 2:21
A2.  Sittin’ On Top Of The World – 2:22
A3.  Huntin’ Boots – 2:18
A4.  Blue Guitar – 2:34
A5.  Cattle Call – 2:20
A6.  Back To Old Smoky Mountain – 2:30

Side B
B1.  Sweet Georgia Brown – 2:25
B2.  Blue Angel – 2:25
B3.  Get On With It – 2:09
B4.  Reed’s Ramble – 2:27
B5.  Pickin’ Pot Pie – 1:56
B6.  The Last Thing On My Mind – 2:36

 

Companies, etc.

 

Credits

 

Notes
Release:  1968
Label:  RCA Victor – LSP-4017
Format:  LP
Genre:  Folk, World, & Country
Style:  Country

Vinyl:  Goed
Cover:  Goed

Prijs: €4,95

12
Oct

Teach-In – Roll Along (1974) – Lp

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Teach-In was een Nederlandse popgroep uit Enschede die in 1975 het Eurovisiesongfestival won met het door Will Luikinga, Eddy Ouwens en Dick Bakker geschreven liedje Ding-a-dong.

De groep werd opgericht in 1967 in Enschede (vandaar de hippieachtige groepsnaam) en bestond toentertijd uit Hilda Felix (zang), Henk Westendorp (zang, later in Superfly), John Snuverink (zang, gitaar), Frans Schaddelee (bas) (later in The Rabbits, Country), Koos Versteeg (zang, keyboard) en Rudi Nijhuis (drums).

Een van de eerste singles (uitgebracht door CBS Records) was “Spoke the Lord Creator” (B-kant Darkness of Life) uit 1971, oorspronkelijk uitgebracht door Focus en geproduceerd door Thijs van Leer. De single werd opgevolgd door Take me to the Water (B-kant Can’t be so Bad), wederom door CBS Records. In 1972 bleven van de originele bezetting alleen Koos Versteeg en Rudi Nijhuis over, en ontstond de bezetting die uiteindelijk het Eurovisiesongfestival wist te winnen: Getty Kaspers (zang; vanaf 1976 solo als Getty), John Gaasbeek (basgitaar; bekend van de groep Stora Combo), Chris de Wolde (gitaar) en Ard Weeink.

De band brak in 1974 door in de Benelux met de hit Fly away. De nieuwe Teach-In vaart een wat commerciëlere koers met een harmonieuze, deels van ABBA afgekeken sound. Met de single “Fly Away”, geschreven door producer Eddy Ouwens en toetsenist Versteeg, scoort Teach-In een grote hit in de Benelux. Ook de opvolgers “In The Summernight” en “Tennessee Town” doen het goed. Al deze nummers zijn afkomstig van hun eerste album “Roll Along”.

 

Side A
A1.  In The Summer Night – 2:30
A2.  Sing To The Moon – 3:10
A3.  I’m Alone – 2:54
A4.  Bye Bye Bye – 2:41
A5.  It’s A Beautiful Day – 2:17
A6.  Doll – 2:44

Side B
B1.  Tennessee Town – 3:02
B2.  There Ain’t No Time – 2:10
B3.  Old Friend Goodbye – 3:19
B4.  Silly Billy (Silly Milly) – 2:49
B5.  The Circus Is Coming To Town – 2:15
B6.  Fly Away – 3:02

 

Credits

 

Notes
Label:  CNR – 651.005
Format:  Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:  Netherlands
Released:  1974
Genre:  Pop

Vinyl:  Goed
Cover:  Goed

Prijs: €4,99

7
Oct

Fons Jansen – De Lachende Kerk (1972) – 2Lp

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Alphonsus Paulus Johannes Maria (Fons) Jansen (Bussum, 12 oktober 1925Hilversum, 23 maart 1991) was een Nederlandse cabaretier en schrijver.

Op 6 mei 1962 ging De lachende Kerk in première, een programma waarin Jansen de Rooms-Katholieke Kerk op de hak nam. Samen met Plemper, die hem zowel begeleidde op piano als het technische aspect voor zijn rekening nam, had Jansen de stap naar het cabaret gemaakt. De voorstelling werd al snel met enthousiasme ontvangen, en Jansen en Plemper zouden tot 1965 door het land toeren.

Als medewerker van ‘Waalheuvel’ geeft Jansen lezingen die door hun komische aard zouden uitmonden in zijn eerste cabaretprogramma, De Lachende Kerk uit 1962. Voor het eerst kan er worden gelachen om de kerk, ook door gelovigen. De boodschap ‘twijfelen is toegestaan’ is een bevrijding voor Jansens publiek dat veelal een strenge katholieke opvoeding heeft genoten. Met milde spot wil hij aantonen hoe belachelijk het instituut ‘Kerk’ op bepaalde gebieden is en hoe dat instituut een hele generatie in verwarring heeft gebracht. Het programma zit vol met woordspelingen en grappen. Maar Jansen is meer dan een moppentapper.

Hij is een strijder tegen de psychische terreur van de katholieke moraal zoals hij die heeft ondervonden, en wil zorgen dat een volgende generatie die zal worden bespaard.

 

Side A
A1.  Roomsen
A2.  Katechismus (Conférence)
A3.  Weet Je Nog Wel Oudje?
A4.  Verkering (Conférence)
A5.  Hoe Moet Ik Leven?
A6.  Lekker Alles Zeggen

Side B
B1.  Conférence Concilie
B2.  Edelman Bedelman
B3.  Kloosters (Conférence)
B4.  De Pastoor
B5.  Heeroom (Conférence)
B6.  Sentimenteel
B7.  Kerkberichten

Side C
C1.  Vragen Vragen
C2.  Zeggen Ze
C3.  Preek En Biecht (Conférence)
C4.  Kom Bij De Paters
C5.  Komt U Even Stiekum

Side D
D1.  ‘S Avonds Als U Slapen Gaat
D2.  Engel (Conférence)
D3.  Tot Ziens In De Hemel

 

Companies, etc.

 

Credits

 

Opgenomen en vervaardigd door N.V. Bovema/EMI, Haarlem-Holland.
Een Habo Hoes

 

Notes
Label: Imperial – 5C 184-24 565/6
Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1972
Genre: Non-Music
Style: Comedy, Spoken Word

Vinyl:  Goed
Cover:  Goed

Prijs: €9,99

5
Oct

Paul Robeson – The Paul Robeson Story – Lp

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Paul Robeson excelled as an athlete, actor, singer, and activist, qualifying him as a contemporary renaissance man. His early accomplishments as a professional football player, Columbia law school graduate, and an actor on Broadway in the 1920s seemed but a prologue to even greater achievements to come. Involvement with the political left in the 1940s, however, led to a confrontation with the House of Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) in the late 1940s. He was blacklisted, his passport was revoked, and his career came to a halt.

Robeson was born on April 9, 1898 in Princeton, New Jersey. His father had been a runaway slave who became a Methodist minister, and his mother died from a stove-fire accident when he was six. At the age of 17, Robeson became the third African American to enter Rutgers College (now University) where he made All-American in football and lettered in four varsity sports. Many of these achievements were nonetheless overshadowed by racism: his teammates often harassed him and he was barred from the school’s glee club. After Rutgers, he played professional football on the weekends to support his studies in law at Columbia University. Following graduation he obtained work at a New York law firm, but quit when a stenographer refused to copy a memo, telling him, “I never take diction from a nigger.”

Since Robeson already had experience in theater, his wife, Eslanda Cardozo Goode, encouraged him to pursue acting. In 1922 he appeared on Broadway, playing Jim in Jim H. Harris’ Taboo, and then traveled to England where he revised the role. He joined Eugene O’Neill‘s Greenwich Village Provincetown Players on his return, and appeared in All God’s Chillun Got Wings. He also won critical acclaim for his starring role in The Emperor Jones in 1925. Robeson toured England and the United States over the next three years, signing black spirituals and creating a sensation with his role as Joe in Showboat.

For the next ten years, Robeson lived abroad, avoiding the simmering racial conflicts in the United States. He appeared in Othello and The Hairy Ape, toured Europe, and even visited Russia, where he was well-received. In the late 1930s he also reexamined his passive stance toward political issues. After singing for the opponents of Franco in Spain, he embraced communism and decided to return to America to fight racism. Stateside, Robeson busied himself with protesting against lynching, picketing the White House, and refusing to perform for segregated audiences.

Even with his awakened interest in politics, Robeson maintained a busy acting and singing schedule in the early 1940s, first appearing in a radio performance of Ballad for Americans and later in the first American version of Othello to include an African American in the lead role. His controversial political positions, including a suggestion that blacks should refuse to fight if the United States went to war with Russia, soon caused repercussions. When appearing before HUAC, the Committee asked him why he didn’t relocate to Russia. He replied: “Because my father was a slave, and my people died to build this country, and I am going to stay right here and have a part of it just like you.”

The U.S. State Department revoked Robeson‘s passport in 1950, which meant he would be forced to remain in the United States, where he was blacklisted. When he completed his autobiography in 1958, even the New York Times and the New York Herald-Tribune chose not to review it. After his passport was reinstated in 1958, he traveled once again to Britain and Russia, where he remained popular. Following stage work in Europe and Australia, Robeson returned to the United States in 1963 due to declining health.

Isolated from many former friends and supporters, Robeson attempted to commit suicide twice. He also suffered a number of breakdowns and became dependent on psychotropic drugs. It was ironic to many that throughout the ’60s and ’70s, as African Americans began to actively fight for racial equality in the United States, Robeson, an outspoken advocate of these issues, remained withdrawn and on the sidelines. Americans, however, didn’t forget him. On April 15, 1973, admirers gathered at New York’s Carnegie Hall to celebrate his 75th birthday. Robeson was admitted to Presbyterian University Hospital in Philadelphia on December 28, 1975 following a massive stroke. He died on January 23, 1976.

 

Side A
A1.  Ol’ Man River  
A2.  Saint Louis Blues  
A3.  Deep River  
A4.  Mood Indigo  
A5.  Solitude  
A6.  Trees  

Side B
B1.  Summertime  
B2.  My Curly Headed Baby  
B3.  My Old Kentucky Home  
B4.  Steal Away  
B5.  Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho  
B6.  Were You There

 

Notes
Label:  Columbia – 5C 052-04830
Format:  Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Country:  Netherlands
Released:
Genre:  Pop, Jazz, Blues

Vinyl:  Goed
Cover:  Goed

Prijs: €4,99

4
Oct

Samantha Jones – Goin´ Places (1982) – Lp

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Jean Owen (born 17 November 1943), known as Samantha Jones is a former English singer whose career spanned the mid-1960s through the early 1980s. She won three international pop music contests and charted records in the Benelux countries.

Her recordings later experienced a revival on the Northern soul scene.

Jean Owen started her career in 1961 as part of popular English vocal group The Vernons Girls. During her time with the group, the line-up went from sixteen members to just three girls.

The Vernons Girls enjoyed a couple of top 40 hits, including “Lover Please”, “Only You Can Do It,” (also released by Françoise Hardy) and recorded one of the first Beatles tribute songs, “We Love The Beatles”.
They also opened for The Beatles several times and appeared with them in a 1964 TV special, Around The Beatles.

In 1964, with the help of producer Charles Blackwell, Owen embarked on a solo career and signed with the international record label United Artists, who gave her the stage name Samantha Jones.

In 1982, the Dutch label Dureco released the album Goin’ Places. She stopped singing in 1986 and became a producer placing numerous musical production shows on cruise lines until she sold her interest in the mid-1990s.

 

Side A
A1.  Living For You (Pazza Idea) – 4:23
A2.  Love Song (Un Canto A Galicia) – 3:49
A3.  What’s Another Year – 3:15
A4.  Walk Away (Warum Nur Warum) – 2:58
A5.  The Night Goes On Forever (‘T Is Koud Zonder Jou) – 4:00

Side B
B1.  You And I Together (Du Bist Meine Liebe) – 3:09
B2.  Near You (Um Português) – 2:49
B3.  If You Believe In Love (Que Revienne) – 3:24
B4.  White Rose Of Athens (San Sfirixis Tris Fores) – 3:29
B5.  If I Only Had Time (Je N’aurais Pas Le Temps) – 2:53

 

Credits

Notes
Recorded at Lansdowne Studio’s, London.
Mixed at Dureco Studio’s.
This is an original Dureco recording.

Label:  Dureco Benelux – 88.045
Format:  Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:  Netherlands
Released: 1982
Genre:  Pop

Vinyl:  Lichte Gebruikerssporen
Cover:  Lichte Gebruikerssporen

Prijs: €4,99

2
Oct

Ad De Laat – Vandaag D´n Dag (1981) – Lp

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Ad de Laat (Nistelrode, 14 februari 194722 april 1995) was een gezinstherapeut en begon in november 1979 op te treden met eigen Brabants repertoire in het ‘Nisserois’ dialect.

Ad de Laat was een van de meest succesvolle zangers in het Brabants dialect. Er is na zijn dood een Ad de Laat-prijs ingesteld, die jaarlijks wordt uitgereikt aan iemand die zich op Brabants dialectgebied verdienstelijk heeft gemaakt.

Ad de Laat trad alleen op, maar ook samen met zijn broer Willem (Nistelrode, 1945) die in het dagelijks leven wetenschappelijk medewerker is. Met hem schreef hij ook vrijwel alle teksten voor zijn liedjes. Samen met verteller Nol van Roessel verzorgde hij meer dan 150 Brabanse middagen en -avonden. Op zijn LP’s liet hij zich begeleiden door diverse muzikanten. Henk Verhagen was daar een van.

“Vandaag D´n Dag” is zijn tweede album, uitgebracht in 1981.

In 2001 werd in Nistelrode een standbeeld van Ad de Laat onthuld en in 2002 werd de Ad de Laat kampvuurstam opgericht bij Scouting Mira Ceti te Nistelrode.

Er is na zijn dood een Ad de Laat-prijs ingesteld, die jaarlijks werd uitgereikt aan iemand die zich op Brabants dialectgebied verdienstelijk heeft gemaakt. Later werd de prijs omgezet in de dialectprijs van Noord-Brabant.

 

Side A
A1.  Jan – 2:44
A2.  Vroog Nie Worrum – 3:19
A3.  Brief – 4:11
A4.  Snipperdag – 2:52
A5.  Gedoentje – 3:17
A6.  Umweg – 3:00

Side B
B1.  Mens Van 80% – 3:01
B2.  Rijk – 3:10
B3.  Sjang – 2:08
B4.  Bluumkes – 3:11
B5.  Hond – 2:58
B6.  Koekoek – 3:32

 

Credits

 

Notes
Released: 1981
Format:  Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:  Netherlands
Genre:  Nederlandstalig
Label:  Crossroad Records
Catalog# CR 28.120

Vinyl:  Goed
Cover:  Goed

Prijs: €4,99

30
Sep

The Michael Zager Band – Let´s All Chant (1978) – Lp

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Michael Zager (born January 3, 1943, in Passaic, New Jersey) is an American record producer, composer, and arranger of original music for commercials, albums, network television, and theme music for films. He teaches music at Florida Atlantic University. Zager was a member of jazz rock band Ten Wheel Drive from 1968–1973.

Zager has produced Grammy Award winning artists: Whitney Houston, Cissy Houston, Peabo Bryson, Luther Vandross, Deniece Williams, Jennifer Holliday, Joe Williams, Arturo Sandoval, Herb Alpert, Olatunji, and The Spinners. Zager produced R&B artist Street Corner Symphony (1975), Dee Edwards (1980), Take Five (1981), Elusion (1981). He also co-wrote the Patti Day song “Right Before My Eyes” with Alexander Forbes.

In 1977, Michael Zager Band’s single “Life’s a Party” features a young Whitney Houston (age 15) and her mother Cissy Houston on vocals. In 1978, the Michael Zager Band had a huge disco hit anthem with “Let’s All Chant“.

The Michael Zager Band’s “Let’s All Chant” was among the more unorthodox disco hits of 1978. Lyrically the tune was nothing special; “Let’s All Chant” offered the usual disco clichés about dancing and working your body. But musically, Zager‘s single grabbed your attention by combining a disco/funk beat with a European-influenced, oddly baroque (some would say pseudo-baroque) sensibility.

“Let’s All Chant” was as infectious as it was quirky, and it made you want to hear what the rest of this debut album by producer/arranger/composer Zager sounded like. Unfortunately, the other songs on this uneven LP fall short of the excellence of the title song. “Freak,” “Music Fever,” and “Love Express” are catchy, if generic, disco items that aren’t as interesting as “Let’s All Chant” but worked well on dancefloors.

The only thing on Let’s All Chant that one would want to go out of his/her way to avoid is the corny, ultra-cheesy “Dancin’ Disney,” a disco medley of Disney songs. But this LP has more ups than downs, and it remained in the libraries of many dance club DJs long after its initial release in 1978.

 

Side A
A1.  Let’s All Chant – 3:07
A2.  Soul To Soul – 5:51
A3.  Love Express – 7:02

Side B
B1.  Music Fever – 6:37
B2.  Freak – 3:20
B3.  Dancin’ Disney – 8:01
        (1) Heigh Ho  
        (2) Give A Little Whistle  
        (3) Whistle While You Work  
        (4) When You Wish Upon A Star

 

Companies, etc.

 

Credits

 

Notes
Format:  Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:  Netherlands
Released:  1978
Genre:  Disco
Label:  Private Stock Records
Catalog# 5C 062-60704

Vinyl:  Goed
Cover:  Goed

Prijs: €4,99

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