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well played C, forgotten how this set intro-ed a "new" take on DnB that was part jump-up but w/rude beats & throwback samples

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Rare live set from ETI.. Recommended..

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just thought id bring this bad boy up again

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Tom Savarese - New Years Eve 1978 Mix [Part 2 of 5]

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  • Title: New Years Eve 1978 [CD 2 of 5]
  • Artist: Tom Savarese
  • Album: New Years Eve 1978 Mix
  • Genre: Disco
  • Length: 78:48 minutes (108.23 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)
Tracklisting: 
Aint That Enough For You - John Davis & Monster Orch
New York City Dream - Black Diamond
The More I Get The More I Want - Lorraine Johnson
Chase - Giorgio Moroder
Tower Of Love - Romance
This Is The House Where Love Died - Pattie Brooks
At Midnight - T-Connection
Love And Desire - Arpeggio
You Make Me Feel - Sylvester
Hazy Shades Of Love - Amant
Love In C Minor - Cerrone
Turn On Lady - The Detroit Emeralds
This Will Be A Night To Remember - Eddie Holman
Je Suis Music - Cerrone
Dance (Disco Heat) - Sylvester

This is a bootleg mix which has been on eBay and various websites for years.

Seemingly, it came originally from a reel to reel tape for one of his mates for a New Years Eve party to help welcome 1979.

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Comments

lovely

god, this is good.

Wow this takes me back. I

Wow this takes me back. I was a teenager then and still have a couple of these on 12" vinyl.

For those who wish they had been a clubber in 70`s. The music was good..the clothes and hairstyles weren`t.

More please

Does anybody have more of these sorts of 1970's disco mixes?

Or any Italo-Disco, that is also quality stuff?!

THANK YOU

These are just fantastic. I wish I were alive back then...

Even better

Part 2 just gets better!!
Can't wait until I get round to listening to the rest of these.
I really wish I had been a clubber in the '70's now.

its what dancefloors were

its what dancefloors were made for!!!