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Disco Love 2 - More Rare Disco & Soul Uncovered Compiled By Al Kent

by Al Kent

  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Al’s northern soul past can clearly be heard in his choice of tracks here – from gritty backstreet crack-house recordings, to uplifting dance-floor gems, they’re all records that could easily have rocked the Blackpool Mecca in its heyday (actually, some did). If you like your disco music deep, soulful and/or funky, then you’ve come to the right place.

    Tracklist
    A1. Plazza Suite - Joey's Tune
    A2. Sandy Barber - I Think I'll Do Some Stepping On My Own
    B1. Bill Avery - Disco Fever (re-edit)
    B2. Spooky & Sue - I've Got The Need
    C1. Vessie Simmons - I Can Make It On My Own
    C2. Scarbrough - Make Love To You
    D1. The J's - When Did You Stop
    D2. Larry Brown - Breaking Training (parts 1 & 2)

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about

Disco Love is a series of fabulous disco records that you have probably never heard of. All superb records presented to you by the legendary Al Kent from the unlikeliest disco haven of Glasgow.

Al’s been buying records a few years now, usually ignoring the in-demand or more obvious titles and searching a little harder for fabulous disco records that you have probably never heard of. Disco Love contains just some of them. Not only that, but most of them are exclusive, unissued re-edits, spliced specially for this album by Mr. Kent. And he’s mixed them all together for one disc.

Al’s northern soul past can clearly be heard in his choice of tracks here – from gritty backstreet crack-house recordings, to uplifting dance-floor gems, they’re all records that could easily have rocked the Blackpool Mecca in its heyday (actually, some did). If you like your disco music deep, soulful and/or funky, then you’ve come to the right place.

“In today’s current disco loving climate, it’s refreshing to see a DJ with so much history in the field and a passion that goes beyond the latest trends”. It’s worth mentioning that Al Kent only plays old music. To enhance his sets Al spends a crazy amount of time creating special edits. The likes of Kon (Off Track), Rahaan, Theo Parrish and Dimitri from Paris all want his edits when they hear them.

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released March 29, 2011

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