Monthly Archives: March 2011

Cut Chemist: Disco is Dead (1973 – 1979)

Cut Chemist did a mix for a screening of Saturday Night Fever by Cinespia (looks like they screen films in a cemetary) which gives a brief history of disco, from the early days of Barry White through to the late 70s explosion due to Saturday Night Fever. Essential listening.


  1. Gloria Walker – Dusted Disco
  2. Claudia Barry – Love For Love Sake
  3. The Delegation – Oh Honey
  4. Donna Summer – Love To Love You Baby
  5. Le Pamplemousse – “Gimme What You Got”
  6. Silver Connection – Fly Robbin Fly
  7. Love Unlimited Orchestra – Love’S Theme
  8. Sesso Mato – Sesso Mato
  9. Juice – Catch A Groove
  10. J.P. Massiera – Mutant Disco
  11. Belle Epoque – “Miss Broadway”
  12. The Peppers – Pepper Box
  13. Andrea True Connection – More More More
  14. Marta Acuna – Dance Dance Dance
  15. Cameo – Rigor Mortis
  16. Al Hudson and The Partners – You Can Do It
  17. Roy Ayers Ubiquity – Running Away
  18. Milton Hamilton Movement – Crystalized
  19. Chocalate Starr – Gotta Get Your Love
  20. Salsoul Orchestra – Ooh I Love It
  21. CJ & Co. – We Got Our Own Thang
  22. Barry Manilow – Copacabana
  23. Henry Woods Troupe – The Stranger
  24. Chic – Dance Dance Dance
  25. G.Q. – Disco Nights
  26. Chic – Le Freak
  27. Donna Summer – Last Dance
  28. Meco – Star Wars Theme
  29. Gene Page – Close Encounters Theme
  30. Michael Zager Band – Let’s All Chant
  31. Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough

DIamond D’s Live 45 Mix from On The Real

Here’s a recording of Diamond D’s live set of classic breaks, all done on the little records from last September at The Doctor’s Orders‘ On The Real night in London. I’ve not got to the end of this but he also gets on the mic to go through a few classics, plus Craig G does a little step up too. Right click the link below to download for your walkman/Saisho midi hi-fi/whatever. Shout out to @SpinDoctorUK.


Originally seen on Grand Good

The Oh Drat Podcast: DJ Wax On

If you frequent this blog often you would’ve seen a few mixes from DJ Wax On. Here we have a selection he’s done for Oh Drat‘s podcast featuring his own productions and remixes. Some very nice beats here so treat yourself and press play.