Theo Vaness, Dutch disco singer, was best known for "As Long As It's Love", a gay dancefloor anthem in 1979. Theo developed a medley of nine songs. Many are from the 1950's, and a few from the 1960's. "Back To Music" is the title of the Theo Vaness LP which came out in 1978 and was a popular floor-filler in both American and European discotheques.
Beautiful Bend is a music project created by producer Boris Midney. Beautiful Bend is probably best known of the hit song, "Boogie Motion." Boris's other groups include USA European Connection, Black Russian, Caress, Festival and Masquerade. The music of Beautiful Bend is avaliable on the MP3 Download format through most online music retailers.
2005 was the year it all started… having played keyboards with Glasgow’s Abel Ganz since 1982, Hew had begun to feel theneed to take more direct control of his own material as the Ganz machine moved off in a slightly different musical direction from his.
Pioneering dance music producer/arranger Boris Midney was among the principal architects of the Eurodisco sound. One of the first to exploit the full potential of 48-track recording, his trademark blend of strings, horn and percussion created a sound as deep and lush as any heard during the disco era.
The king of the eurodisco sound in the 1970's. Alec wrote for and produced many disco artists including Love and Kisses, Don Ray, Tony Rallo, Cerrone, Paris Connection, Sphinx, Sumeria and Alan Hawkshaw.
Bionic Boogie was a disco studio group produced by Gregg Diamond in the late 70s. Diamond produced three albums under this name, "Bionic Boogie" in 1977, "Hot Butterfly" in 1978, and "Tiger! Tiger!" in 1979. Though the group is best known for its dance hits "Risky Changes" and "Chains", Luther Vandross sang with Bionic Boogie on "Hot Butterfly" and is showcased in the title track.
The Saturday Night Band was a disco studio group produced by Moses Dillard and Jesse Boyce. Dillard and Boyce produced two albums under this name, "Come On Dance, Dance" and "Keep Those Lovers Dancing" in 1978 and 1979 respectfully. They are best known for the disco hit, "Come On Dance, Dance" which is very representative of the disco sound in the late 70s.