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  1. This track was tagged with the following keywords: Disco. These are the meta information of this upload: Version: 12 Vinyle ; 15 liked it. 3 reposted it. 75 played it. 51 downloaded it. Listen to all music and sounds of DJ Dan Auclair (Suite 2) and follow this user by signing in for free.
  2. "This Time Baby" Single by Jackie Moore; from the album I'm on My Way; B-side "Let's Go Somewhere & Make Love" Released: May Recorded: November Studio: Sigma Sound Studios: Genre: Philly soul, disco: Length: 7: 15 (album version) (12" single) (7" single) Label: Columbia Records: Songwriter(s) Casey James, LeRoy Bell: Producer(s) Bobby Eli.
  3. It was released as a single by The Rolling Stones on Rolling Stones Records in May , one month in advance of their album Some Girls, and peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot and number three on the UK Singles Chart.
  4. Sep 21,  · Whatever Jagger says, clearly what was going on in the discotheques made it on to this record. The ‘Special Disco Version’ brought the band into the club for the first time and set the blueprint for remix 12”s by pop and rock acts.
  5. Jun 18,  · Disco was effectively over by the time Jimmy Carter left office. intent until much later collapsing in a fit of goofy baby giggles. Pat Deserio hired him to record a disco version of Ravel.
  6. Britney Spears (born December 2, ) is an American singer, songwriter, dancer, actress and businesswoman. Born in McComb, Mississippi, and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana, she performed acting roles in stage productions and television shows as a child before signing with Jive Records in Spears was established as a pop icon and credited with influencing the revival of teen pop during the.
  7. This Time Baby (Special Mean Fiddler Disco Version) 7. Philly Sound (Pied Piper Jam Funk Philly Regroove) 8. Double Cross (Pimpin' Willie Discothic House Mix) 9. Ain't He Bad (Mean Fiddler Classical Regroove) Groove Time (A Mean Fiddler Extended Remix) This Time (Dr .
  8. The best disco songs ever were largely produced by Giorgio Moroder, so it's only fitting for the Italian legend to be the one to pick them. Billboard Dance reached out to disco's greatest producer.

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