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Double colored vinyl LP pressing. NOW Music is proud to present the fourth in our ongoing series of vinyl compilations, NOW That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor. Each edition features an essential collection of tracks representing key genres of 1980's Dance music. This volume, featuring 30 tracks across 2 LPs pressed on hot red and white vinyl, presents the best from the era of R&B & Funk. The first side opens with the era-defining 'Word Up!' from Cameo, followed by two legendary vocalists - Barry White with his '87 smash 'Sho' You Right', and James Brown with 'Living In America' from the 'Rocky IV' soundtrack. Although originally released in the '70s, the next pair were massive as 'rare-groove' classics and set dance-floors on fire in 1987 - Maceo And The Macks with 'Cross The Tracks' and the Jackson Sisters with 'I Believe In Miracles'. Huge Chart hits from Jermaine Jackson, Kool & The Gang and The Gap Band close out Side A. Side B finds it's' groove with two of the decades' best from Alexander O'Neal with 'Fake' from his Jam & Lewis produced 'Hearsay' album and Aretha Franklin's 'Freeway Of Love' from her superb album 'Who's Zoomin' Who', whilst the rest of this side features some of the slickest dance-floor fusions from Sheila E., Oliver Cheatham, The S.O.S. Band, and early 80s Britfunk from Freeez with the sublime 'Southern Freeez'. LP2 kicks off with a run of tracks that build on a foundation of funky R&B in conjunction with electronic beats and hooks - including 'Let It All Blow' from the Dazz Band, Sly Fox with the huge hit 'Let's Go All The Way' and Rockwell with guest vocals from Michael Jackson on 'Somebody's Watching Me'. Funk pioneers Sly & Robbie & Shinehead scored their biggest crossover hit with 'Boops (Here To Go)', and UK Funk achieved major chart success for Level 42, and Shakatak. The final side celebrates some of the decades' new R&B superstars - Bobby Brown, and Jody Watley both achieved global success, Natalie Cole enjoyed a renaissance with 'Pink Cadillac' amongst other hits, and Keith Sweat, Pebbles, René & Angela and Vesta Williams are all featured with their signature floor-fillers. A Limited edition pressing, and an essential addition to any collection. Perfect for collectors, DJs, and anyone who just wants to get down to the greatest dance-floor-fillers of the '80s.
Double colored vinyl LP pressing. NOW Music is proud to present the fourth in our ongoing series of vinyl compilations, NOW That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor. Each edition features an essential collection of tracks representing key genres of 1980's Dance music. This volume, featuring 30 tracks across 2 LPs pressed on hot red and white vinyl, presents the best from the era of R&B & Funk. The first side opens with the era-defining 'Word Up!' from Cameo, followed by two legendary vocalists - Barry White with his '87 smash 'Sho' You Right', and James Brown with 'Living In America' from the 'Rocky IV' soundtrack. Although originally released in the '70s, the next pair were massive as 'rare-groove' classics and set dance-floors on fire in 1987 - Maceo And The Macks with 'Cross The Tracks' and the Jackson Sisters with 'I Believe In Miracles'. Huge Chart hits from Jermaine Jackson, Kool & The Gang and The Gap Band close out Side A. Side B finds it's' groove with two of the decades' best from Alexander O'Neal with 'Fake' from his Jam & Lewis produced 'Hearsay' album and Aretha Franklin's 'Freeway Of Love' from her superb album 'Who's Zoomin' Who', whilst the rest of this side features some of the slickest dance-floor fusions from Sheila E., Oliver Cheatham, The S.O.S. Band, and early 80s Britfunk from Freeez with the sublime 'Southern Freeez'. LP2 kicks off with a run of tracks that build on a foundation of funky R&B in conjunction with electronic beats and hooks - including 'Let It All Blow' from the Dazz Band, Sly Fox with the huge hit 'Let's Go All The Way' and Rockwell with guest vocals from Michael Jackson on 'Somebody's Watching Me'. Funk pioneers Sly & Robbie & Shinehead scored their biggest crossover hit with 'Boops (Here To Go)', and UK Funk achieved major chart success for Level 42, and Shakatak. The final side celebrates some of the decades' new R&B superstars - Bobby Brown, and Jody Watley both achieved global success, Natalie Cole enjoyed a renaissance with 'Pink Cadillac' amongst other hits, and Keith Sweat, Pebbles, René & Angela and Vesta Williams are all featured with their signature floor-fillers. A Limited edition pressing, and an essential addition to any collection. Perfect for collectors, DJs, and anyone who just wants to get down to the greatest dance-floor-fillers of the '80s.
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Now That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor: R&B & Funk - Now That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor: R&B & Funk

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Format: Vinyl
Label: UNIVERSAL UK
Rel. Date: 05/24/2024
UPC: 196588850516

Now That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor: R&B & Funk
Artist: Now That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor: R&B & Funk
Format: Vinyl
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1. Cameo - Word Up!
2. Barry White - Sho' You Right
3. James Brown - Living in America
4. Maceo and the Macks - Cross the Tracks (We Better Go Back)
5. Jackson Sisters - I Believe in Miracles
6. Jermaine Jackson - Let's Get Serious
7. Kool ; the Gang - Get Down on It
8. The Gap Band - I Don't Believe You Want to Get Up and Dance (Oops, Up Side Your Head)
9. Alexander O'Neal - Fake
10. Aretha Franklin - Freeway of Love
11. Sheila E.?- a Love Bizarre (Pt. I)
12. Oliver Cheatham - Get Down Saturday Night
13. Freeez - Southern Freeez
14. The S.O.S Band - the Finest
15. Mtume - Juicy Fruit
16. Dazz Band - Let It All Blow
17. Sly Fox - Let's Go All the Way
18. Flash and the Pan - Waiting for a Train
19. Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me
20. Rick James - Super Freak
21. Sly ; Robbie ; Shinehead - Boops (Here to Go)
22. Level 42 - Lessons in Love
23. Shakatak?- Down on the Street
24. Bobby Brown - My Prerogative
25. Keith Sweat?- I Want Her
26. Pebbles - Girlfriend
27. Natalie Cole - Pink Cadillac
28. Jody Watley - Looking for a New Love
29. René ; Angela - I'll Be Good
30. Vesta Williams - Once Bitten Twice Shy

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Double colored vinyl LP pressing. NOW Music is proud to present the fourth in our ongoing series of vinyl compilations, NOW That's What I Call 80s Dancefloor. Each edition features an essential collection of tracks representing key genres of 1980's Dance music. This volume, featuring 30 tracks across 2 LPs pressed on hot red and white vinyl, presents the best from the era of R&B & Funk. The first side opens with the era-defining 'Word Up!' from Cameo, followed by two legendary vocalists - Barry White with his '87 smash 'Sho' You Right', and James Brown with 'Living In America' from the 'Rocky IV' soundtrack. Although originally released in the '70s, the next pair were massive as 'rare-groove' classics and set dance-floors on fire in 1987 - Maceo And The Macks with 'Cross The Tracks' and the Jackson Sisters with 'I Believe In Miracles'. Huge Chart hits from Jermaine Jackson, Kool & The Gang and The Gap Band close out Side A. Side B finds it's' groove with two of the decades' best from Alexander O'Neal with 'Fake' from his Jam & Lewis produced 'Hearsay' album and Aretha Franklin's 'Freeway Of Love' from her superb album 'Who's Zoomin' Who', whilst the rest of this side features some of the slickest dance-floor fusions from Sheila E., Oliver Cheatham, The S.O.S. Band, and early 80s Britfunk from Freeez with the sublime 'Southern Freeez'. LP2 kicks off with a run of tracks that build on a foundation of funky R&B in conjunction with electronic beats and hooks - including 'Let It All Blow' from the Dazz Band, Sly Fox with the huge hit 'Let's Go All The Way' and Rockwell with guest vocals from Michael Jackson on 'Somebody's Watching Me'. Funk pioneers Sly & Robbie & Shinehead scored their biggest crossover hit with 'Boops (Here To Go)', and UK Funk achieved major chart success for Level 42, and Shakatak. The final side celebrates some of the decades' new R&B superstars - Bobby Brown, and Jody Watley both achieved global success, Natalie Cole enjoyed a renaissance with 'Pink Cadillac' amongst other hits, and Keith Sweat, Pebbles, René & Angela and Vesta Williams are all featured with their signature floor-fillers. A Limited edition pressing, and an essential addition to any collection. Perfect for collectors, DJs, and anyone who just wants to get down to the greatest dance-floor-fillers of the '80s.
        
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