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various / bbe - The Best Of Disco Demands: A Collection Of Rare 1970s Dance Music (Part 1 of 2)
**Full colour gatefold with liner notes. Cut loud with 2 track/side** Notorious disco digger Al Kent rounds up the best of his legendary 'Disco Demands' edit series on vinyl for the first time. Preceding the proliferation of disco edits in the mid '00s, Al used to collect some of his favourite cuts and personal edits on a CD compilation series in the early 2000s (he doesn't remember the exact date), offering a selection of cherry-picked aces beyond the radar of even the most ardent disc jockeys. Volume 1 features eight obscure and brilliant cuts; from the flash funk of Arts & Crafts string stung 'I've Been Searching' to the low slung strut of Executive Suite's 'Why In The World Do They Keep On (Funk'in With Me)', through Silver, Platinum & Gold's dynamite 'Just Friends', the NRG burn of Allan Harris & Perpetual Motion's 'Get Ready' and a sweet boogie jazz number from Panaché called 'Sweet Jazz Music'. Disco fiends: get to know!!!