Today’s trax



The first time  –  Sandy Barber (From the cult album ‘The best is yet to come’ originally released on Olde World Records – owned by Clyde Otis who wrote hits for Nat King Cole, Elvis Presley, Johnny Mathis … Sandy dropped the ‘arber’ of her name and blew up dance floors all  across the world)

Intro Disco  –  Discotheque (Simple idea – put the beginning of primarity disco trax together into a medley – that most Disco lovers knows … released on a variety labels including Mercury in the U.K)

No more okey dokey  –  The Meters (Having been recorded and produced by Allen Toussaint for a number of years – The Meters decided to change producers to David Rubinson which gave them a different feel without losing their sound)

Alright  –  Club 69 featuring Suzanne Palmer (Peter Rahoufer – an Swiss national moves to New York and releases this second studio album covering the Urban Soul nugget with award winning Dj Hex Hector remixing)