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Figures On A Beach and Ten City:

Sparking off Disconet's Valentines Day sweetheart program is "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" by Figures On A Beach.  This turbo-charged pop/dance rendition of the Bachman Turner Overdrive classic is from the group's self-titled Sire Records LP, and is an instant hit.  Steven Von Blau has created one of his special Disconet edits, and says "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet."  Creating an all-out heatwave, Ten City is next with "That's The Way Love Is" on Atlantic Records.  Call it R&B, house, funk or whatever, this record is simply an all-out winner.  With an unmistakable driving beat, infectious bass line and alluring vocals, you'll be singing that's the way to pack a dance floor.

SIDE A RUNS:  7:18 at 120 BPM, and 8:08 at 121 BPM.

Kon Kan and Short Circuit (Featuring Lisa Edwards)

Excuse Me!  "I Beg Your Pardon" by Kon Kan on Atlantic Records, starts off Side B.  This techno/pop whitman sampler is a very ingenious stylized cover of the Lynn Anderson classic.  The non-stop sizzling "Golden Razor Blade" edit by J.R. Clements will heat up your floor.  Hey mate, throw another hit on the table.  From our friends down under in Australia comes "Burning For You" by Short Circuit.  This exciting new powerhouse pop/dance 12" single on Central Station Records is sure to fire up stateside dance floors.  Just in case you were wondering how to get in touch with them fine folks: Mr. Steve Robinson % Central Station Head Office 81 Market Street, South Melbourne 3205 Australia.

SIDE B RUNS:  6:34 at 123 BPM, and 6:05 at 122 BPM.

The Donna Summer Medley:

I remember yesterday, oh yes I remember it well.  She was the Queen of Disco.  Her seductive vocals would make you moan, the futuristic trend-setting Giorgio Moroder productions would make you dance, and of course she was Donna Summer.  The Donna Summer Medley is a dancing journey down memory lane.  It incorporates twelve of Donna's biggest hits during the heyday of disco.  Mike Carroll and Steven Von Blau have created this special megamix especially for Disconet's Valentines Day sweetheart program.

1. Try Me, I Know We Can Make It  (D.Summer-G.Moroder-P.Bellote)
2. Spring Affair  (D.Summer-G.Moroder-P.Bellote)
3. Dim All The Lights  (D.Summer)
4. Bad Girls  (D.Summer-B.Suadano-E.Hokenson-J.Esposito)
5. I Feel Love  (D.Summer-G.Moroder-P.Bellote)
6. MacArthur Park  (J.Webb)
7. Rumor Has It  (D.Summer-G.Moroder-P.Bellote)
8. I Love You  (D.Summer-G.Moroder-P.Bellote)
9. Sunset People  (P.Bellote-H.Faltermeyer-K.Forsey)
10. Enough Is Enough (No More Tears)  (P.Jabara-B.Roberts)
11. She Works Hard For The Money  (D.Summer-M.Omartian)
12. Last Dance  (P.Jabara)

Courtesy P 1975-1983 Casablanca/Polydor Records


Saffron and Fausta Monaco:

"Then He Kissed Me" by Saffron starts off Bonus Side 2.  This romantic acid/energy cover, with enticing Middle Eastern sounds, sing-a-long vocals and driving beat is from one of England's fastest growing independents, Westside Records.  This special club version was created by two of Florida's hottest DJ's, Stephen Freeman and (Disconet veteran) John G. Sollas.  Next is "Don't Give Up Our Love" by Fausta Monaco.  From our friends up in Canada at Power Records, this in-house production with vocals by native born Fausta Monaco is a romantic high energy delight. J.R. Clements has created a special club mix that's sure to be a crowd pleaser.

BONUS SIDE 2 RUNS:  6:25 at 127 BPM, and 7:00 at 118 BPM.

Valentines Day Wishes:

"The size of one's heart is not measured by how much you love, but rather by how much you are loved by others."
  'The Wizard Of Oz'

Happy Valentines Day:dj's producers artists editors mixers industry people pat doug deidre mark joel stan lynn dennis carlos tuta selma jim tom steven nino ron mike david bryan eddy debbie craig rosalie david andy phil chuck scott glenn dean jake fred mario henry bernie bill pat nikki jr raged dennis mervin clive tony artie nathen joel jurgen claudja donna jennifer

With Love, Steven

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