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  1. El Coco was a disco vehicle for producers W. Michael Lewis and Laurin Rinder under the business auspices of their RinLew Productions, Inc. The two…

  2. Unlimited Touch was an R&B group with club leanings from Mt. Vernon, NY & Brooklyn. They weren't disco, and they weren't exactly straight-up R&B;…

  3. A number of bands are called Voyage:

    1. A European disco group. Their lone Billboard Hot 100 entry was "Souvenirs," which hit number forty-one in…

  4. DOUBLE EXPOSURE

    IS BACK ON THE SCENE AND BETTER THAN EVER

    Formerly known as United Image, this group had been singing together since Jr. High…

  5. Mystic Merlin were from New York.

    The original line-up consisted of: Clyde Bullard (bass) Barry Roark Strutt (sax / keyboards)
    Leslie Dorsey…

  6. Sharon Redd (October 19, 1945 - May 1, 1992)
    Vocalist Sharon Redd had an extensive entertainment pedigree. Her father worked at King Records, her…

  7. T-Connection was a disco group from Nassau, Bahamas who scored two almost-Top-40 hits in 1977-1979. They performed much better on the Hot…

  8. Born in Washington D.C. Gayle Adams was a stand up comedienne and a
    race car driver before becoming a disco diva whom is best known for her hit…

  9. Like Earth, Wind & Fire and Kool & the Gang before them, Crown Heights Affair artfully bridged the gap between funk and disco, guaranteeing their…

  10. The Salsoul Orchestra was formed in 1974 in New York City, U.S.A. It was disbanded in 1982. The Salsoul Orchestra was the 'house orchestra' of…

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