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Jennifer Holliday gets Disconet' s first class service on "No Frills Love."  Heartbreakers and Jonnie Coleman ask "What Do Boys Know."

Jennifer "Dreamgirl" Holliday starts off Disconet's exciting New Year program with a first class remix of "No Frills Love."  This latest 12", from her "Say You Love Me" album on Geffen, will ignite your winter dance floor.  "No Frills Love" was produced, arranged, and mixed by the legendary Arthur Baker, with co-production help from Gary Henry.  This tune is one of several cuts from a truly musical experience of an album.  We love you Jennifer.

Heartbreakers, featuring Jonnie Coleman, are next with "What Do Boys Know About Love."  This new Reality Records 12" is a powerhouse.  Pernell and Jerry Bloodrock wrote and produced this selection.  Credit goes to Joey Moore as executive producer.  Joey, along with Jerry Bloodrock, arranged and mixed "What Do Boys Know," and a "mix of doom" was done at Unique Studios by Steve Peck.  Disconet has woven these two mixes together for your dancing pleasure.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Side A runs 15:48, from 120 to 124 BPM (beats per minute).

The Weather Girls' "No One Can" gets an extended remix by Danny Krivit.  5 Star "Takes Over" with a special Raul edit.

The Weather Girls, Izora Armstead and Martha Wash, are two ladies that have been bringing you tons of fun over the years.  Now they are back, this time a little slower and a little heavier, with "No One Can Love You More Than Me" from their latest Entertainment Company/Columbia album titled "Big Girls Don't Cry."  Danny Krivit, an eleven year veteran of the New York club scene, first at The Roxy, Area, and Danceteria and now at Laces and Down Under, has furnished Disconet with a fine guest remix.  The cut has been extended and reworked to work even harder on your dance floor!  Thanks Danny.

The Weather Girls were produced by Hank Medress and Jeff Kent for Double Vision Productions.  Associate producer was Joe Venneri, and L. Leon Pendarvis was the arranger for Pinwheel Productions.  The "Big Girls Don't Cry" album was recorded at Park South Studio by Joe Venneri.

Next up is 5 Star with their latest RCA 12" "Love Take Over."  This is from their hit album "Luxury Of Life."  The 12" was produced by Bernard Oattes and Rob Van Schaik For The Limit Productions, and was mixed by Paul "19" Hardcastle.  Raul, with golden blade in hand, worked those grooves and made them funk for you.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Side B runs 16:05 from 100 BPM to 120 BPM.

Raul and Steven give a-ha's "The Sun Always Shines On T.V." a super club mix.  Rick Ashton is back "Dancing + Romancing."

Raul Rodriguez and Steven Von Blau are at it again, adding their magical touch to a-ha's "The Sun Always Shines On T.V.".  "Take On me," the first 12" from their Warner Brothers album "Hunting High and Low," brought this trio to international attention.  The group consists of Pal (pronounced Paul) Waaktaar on guitar and keyboards, Mags on keyboards, and, the vocalist, Morten Harket.  Additional keyboards on the 12" version of "The Sun Always Shines" are supplied by Jack Waldman.  Produced by Alan Tarney, the 12" was remixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero at Mediasound.  A-ha has made quite an impression on the music scene already.  Now with this special Disconet version the sun will shine on your dance floor.

Rick Ashton returns.  You'll remember Rick's premiere appearance on Disconet on Program 3 of Volume 8.  This time we bring you his latest Gem 12", "Dancing + Romancing."  This is a Raul remix, with special finishing touches furnished by Steven, that will get your crowd dancing and romancing!

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Bonus Side 1 runs 15:26 from 127 BPM to 122 BPM.

Let the music play as you flashback to the 1983 Top Tune Medley.  It's a thriller!

To welcome in your new year, Disconet takes you back -- to 1983.  The fabulous 1983 Top Tune Medley was brought to you by the veteran team of Mike Arato, John Matarazzo, and Raul A. Rodriguez.  This trio combined the 18 songs you voted for as best of 1983 into a hot 17:30 set.  What a set that was, as you see listed below in order of play.  Everything from Thomas Dolby and the Eurythmics to Madonna, and, of course, Michael Jackson.  This medley will still keep them happy on your dance floor!!

Song Artist Courtesy 1983 Writer(s)
"The Safety Dance" Men Without Hats Backstreet/MCA Ivan
"Just Be Good To Me" The S.O.S. Band CBS/Tabu T.Lewis-J. Harris III
"State Farm" Yaz Sire/WB Clark/ Moyet
"Rockit" Herbie Hancock CBS/Columbia H.Hancock-B.Lawell-M.Beinhorn
"Holiday" Madonna Sire/WB C.Hudson-L.Stevens
"Billie Jean" Michael Jackson CBS/Epic (1982) M.Jackson
"I.O.U." Freeez Streetwise A.Baker-J.Robie
"Let The Music Play" Shannon Emergency C.Barbosa-E.Chisolm
"Angel Eyes" Lime Matra/Prism D.&D.LePage
"Flashdance… What A Feeling" Irene Cara PolyGram/Casablanca G.Moroder-K.Forsey-I.Cara
"Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)" Eurythmics RCA (1982) Lennox-Stewart
"She Blinded Me With Science" Thomas Dolby EMI/Harvest T.Dolby-J.Kerr
"Lies" Thompson Twins Arista (1982) T.Bailey-A.Currie-J.Leeway
"She Works Hard For The Money" Donna Summer Phonogram/Mercury D.Summer-M.Omartian
"Beat It" Michael Jackson CBS/Epic (1982) M.Jackson
"Maniac" Michael Sembello PolyGram/Casablanca M.Sembello-D.Matkowsky
"I'm So Excited" Pointer Sisters Planet/RCA A./J./R.Pointer-T.Lawrence
"Thriller" Michael Jackson CBS/Epic (1982) R.Temperton

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Bonus Side 2 runs 17:30 from 104 BPM to 172 BPM.

Vote! Vote! Vote! Vote!

This medley should get you in the mood to let us know what you want to hear on the 1985 medley.  List your five favorite 1985 songs by title and artist.  We will compile your votes to develop the 1985 medley which will be coming soon to a Disconet near you.

Roger LeLievre wins a DISCONET 6 month subscription. Roger plays at the Nectarine Ballroom in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and his pressing serial number on program 3 (#741) matched the lucky winning number for that program.  Roger's favorite selections were "Shockwave", "My Heart Goes Bang", and Aretha's "Who's Zoomin' Who".  Roger will get a free Disconet for the next 6 months.  If you would like to win a subscription, send in your postpaid feedback card and be sure to fill in your name and address clearly.  Include your serial number shown on the upper right hand corner of your Side A/ Side B record jacket.

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