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Retro 70s and 80s Disco

Retro 70s and 80s Disco

Corne's Disco Page
Discographies of disco, funk, and soul from 1973 to 1986.
Dance Net Radio
Weekly disco mixes with over 16 hours of continuous dance music.
Dedicated to '80s disco and funk music containing RealAudio remixes, old-school dance classics, links, and an MP3 of the week.
Showcases disco, funk, house and other forms of dance music.
The Disco Box
Liner notes from CD set written by Brian Chin with additional reporting by Barry Walters.
Disco Classic
MP3s from the '70s and '80s of funky, soul, disco, and rap.
Disco Daze
Disco history recounts, clubs, retro music, bands, and fashion.
Disco Demolition Night
Photos, news articles, and general description of the night of July 12, 1979 when Chicago rock DJ, Steve Dahl and baseball promoter, Mike Veeck organized a destruction of disco records at Comiskey Park.
Disco Imperium
Disco music, dance, internet radio, and mp3s.
Disco: It Never Really Died, Did It?
DJ John Bisci's article about the '70s dance craze living on today in many different forms.
Disco Museum
Labels, DJs, artists, and club, links, and a Disco Mausoleum.

Disco Music Was Gay Music
An essay regarding the importance and influence of disco music for gay culture in the '70s.
Disco Odyssey
Disco, Funk, Hi-NRG and 80's dance music Windows Media Player radio station.
Disco Savvy
Biographies and discographies of singers and instrumentalists from the first wave ('70s and early '80s) and second wave (late '90s to today) of disco music.
Disco Sound and Vision
Catering to various musical tastes.
Record labels, remixers, clubs, producers and audio clips for popular and rare disco music of the '70s and '80s.
Internet-radio broadcasting disco dance music from the '70s, '80s, and '90s.
RealAudio disco, house, and dance music from the '70s and '80s, information on classic vinyl records, discussion board, and Top 500 Disco Songs list.
Disco radio
FM Hollywood 88.1
Ed Dolista's Disco Fever
Latest official news and information about the show, plus Disco Profiles, Top 10 charts, and Multimedia.
Ellen Michaels
Disco record company, Salsoul Records' cover girl. Autographed photos, CD's and memorabilia.
Frankie's Dance and Disco Classics
Disco music from the '70s and '80s.
How I Missed the Disco Era
David Swatling's Real Audio mix of stories, interviews and 30 years of disco music.
Leon's Disco Classics
MP3 collection.
Patrick's Disco and Funk Page
Seventies music era.
The Pop View
Disco Never Died
Another look at the never ending question: "Did disco ever really die?"
Power of Funky
Dedicated to the disco funk movement.
Premier Disco
Saturday Night Fever movie information, '70s music, and song lyrics.
Seventies Dance Music
Disco Hit Parade showcasing 131 top songs with album cover images, audio clips, lyrics, and midi files.
Shades Of Seventies
Disco classics, high-nrg, after hours music, and early morning selections are covered in MP3 on this salute to this era's music. Special tributes to artists, producers and musicians are also featured.
Soul-Patrol.net Radio
History of black music from the ancient to the future. Features 'streaming mono audio' jazz, blues, rock n' roll funk, disco and soul. Commentary, interviews, audio essays and analysis.
U.S.A. Disco and Dance
Music from yesterday, today, and tomorrow, with charts, classic hits page, and a radio guide.
Vintage Disco
MP3s of disco classics, contemporary dance music, and a message board.
We Got Disco
Includes news and a message board.
Sucking Up to the '70s
But for every atrocity like “Undercover Angel,” or “Piña Colada (The Escape Song),” there were a convoy of songs of real genius—from Carl Douglas' “Kung Fu Fighting” to the Ozark Mountain Daredevils' “Jackie Blue” to anything by Al Green—to reel me back into my '70s World. It was striking to hear the genre-and-race-busting brew (microwaved or no) of '70s-era radio, which shames today's segregated stations. One minute I'd be digging the Ohio Players' “Love Rollercoaster,” and the next I'd be rolling my own tobacco, grooving to the immortal Marshall Tucker Band (when else but in the “Philadelphia Freedom”-loving '70s could a Southern boogie, country-rock band get away with a friggin' flute solo?).
Work It... How Disco got Down
A look into disco history from the online edition of Simon Fraser University's independent student newspaper, The Peak.
World's Largest Disco
This event started in 1979 with a crowd of over 13,000 making it into The Guiness Book of World Records as the largest disco event of all time. It is still held on an annual basis in Buffalo, New York.

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