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  Disco Music, Records, Downloads, Charts and History @ DiscoMusic.com
DiscoMusic.com is the premiere gathering place for 12" Disco record collectors, world famous Disco DJs, remixers and artists along with hustle dancers and fans of 70s and 80s nostalgia to interact, discuss and immerse themselves in dance music.
It's the 1970s or 1980s and you're out dancing to the sounds of such Disco DJs as Larry Levan of the Paradise Garage, David Mancuso of The Loft, John "Jellybean" Benitez of The Funhouse, John Ceglia of River West, Robbie Leslie of The Saint or perhaps Bobby Viteritti of Trocadero Transfer.
Disco music is everywhere today including the movies like "The Last Days of Disco" and "54" about Studio 54.
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Disco is an up-tempo style of dance music that originated in the early 1970s, mainly from funk popular originally with gay and fl audiences in large U.S. cities, and derives its name from the French word discothèque.
Instruments commonly used by disco musicians included the rhythm guitar, bass, strings (violin, viola, cello), string synth (a type of organ), trumpet, saxophone, trombone, piano, and drums (sometimes using an auxiliary percussionist as well as somebody on a drum kit).
Disco music diverged from the self-composed and performed rock of the 1960s, seeing a return (though not universally) to the influence of producers who hired session musicians to produce hits for different artists whose role was purely to sing and market the songs.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/d/di/disco.html   (600 words)

 Disco St. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture - Find Articles
Disco ushered in a new post-1960s concept of hedonistic weekends, holidays, and exciting after-hours activity that was open to anyone with a reasonable income, a basic sense of rhythm and a good body.
The disco beat was the anthem of the dancers, the disco floor a wonderland of sexual promise where anything might happen, providing the perfect environment to indulge the pursuit of one's fantasy.
Though disco's dreamland of sexual fulfillment is often remembered as the longing of the heterosexual male libido, the real origins of disco's sexual imagery lie in the gay club scene of New York and San Francisco, where its camp atmosphere of sexual reverie was first born.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_g1epc/is_tov/ai_2419100348   (798 words)

 Disco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Initially, most disco songs catered to a nightclub/dancing audience only, rather than general audiences such as radio listeners, but there are many aspects proving opposite tendencies as well; popular radio-hits were being played in discothèques, as long as they had an easy to follow rhythmic bass-pattern close to 120 BPM (beats per minute).
Disco fever reached a peak in South Asia after the release of the Bollywood film Disco Dancer in 1982.
Disco music diverged from the rock of the 1960s, elevating music from the raw sound of 4-piece garage bands to refined music composed by producers who contracted local symphony and philharmonic orchestras and session musicians.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Disco   (3884 words)

 Disco - Wikiquote
Disco was also created by DJs in its initial phase, though these tended to be club jocks rather than mobile party jocks -- records by Barry White, Eddie Kendricks and others became dancefloor hits in New York clubs like Tamberlane and Sanctuary and were crossed over onto radio by Frankie Crocker at station WBLS.
For less creative disco DJs, however, the ideal was to slip-cute smoothly from the end of one record into the beginning of the next.
They also created a context for breaks rather than foregrounding them, and the disco records which emerged out of the influence of this type of mixing tended to feature long introductions, anthemic choruses and extended vamp sections, all creating a tension which was released by the break.
en.wikiquote.org /wiki/Disco   (564 words)

 A history of disco music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Disco is an up-tempo style of dance music that originated in the early 1970s, mainly from funk and soul music, popular originally with gay and fl audiences in large U.S. cities, and derives its name from the French word discothèque (meaning nightclub), coined from disc + bibliotèque (library) by La Discothèque in Rue Huchette.
This music was coined disco, of which there are two flavors and time periods: disco 1.0, which is firmly connected to soul and funk in the first half of the seventies and disco 2.0 in the second half of the seventies, as the incarnation of gay hedonistic club culture.
Disco had already been going for ten years when the first electronic drum tracks began to appear out of Chicago, and in that time it had already suffered the slings and arrows of merciless commercial exploitation, dilution and racial and sexual prejudice which culminated in the 'disco sucks' campaign.
www.jahsonic.com /Disco.html   (2691 words)

 The Bad Fads Museum - Disco
Suddenly disco became acceptable amongst the music industry as established acts such as the Rolling Stones and Rod Stewart tried their hands at the dance-oriented music.
Donna Summer, for example, was seen as the Queen of Disco, establishing herself as a star with numerous number one records.
Their rise, however, coincided with the decline of the the music genre, as an angry backlash by blue collar citizens caused disco to be frowned upon.
www.badfads.com /pages/events/disco.html   (505 words)

 DISCO : MusicWeb Encyclopaedia of Popular Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The terms disco and 'go-go' were synonymous for a while, the latter from several French clubs and overseas imitations that called themselves Whisky à Go-Go, from the French title of the Ealing film comedy Whisky Galore ('48).
Go-go joints in the USA in the '60s were taverns with a juke box and a scantily-clad dancer in a cage; blue- and white-collar males alike stopped on the way home from work and tried not to blink, each hoping to see more flesh than the next fellow.
Black young people patronized discos because they could afford it: it is a cheaper way to run a club than hiring live music (and Rosenkrantz regretted in the 1960s that the new versions of the jukebox clubs were putting musicians out of work).
www.musicweb-international.com /encyclopaedia/d/D101.HTM   (495 words)

 Open Directory - Arts: Music: Styles: D: Dance: Disco   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Disco Demolition Night - Photos, news articles, and general description of the night of July 12, 1979 when Chicago rock DJ, Steve Dahl and baseball promoter, Mike Veeck organized a destruction of disco records at Comiskey Park.
Disco Music Was Gay Music - An essay regarding the importance and influence of disco music for gay culture in the '70s.
Disco Savvy - Biographies and discographies of singers and instrumentalists from the first wave ('70s and early '80s) and second wave (late '90s to today) of disco music.
dmoz.org /Arts/Music/Styles/D/Dance/Disco   (796 words)

 Stealth Disco Encyclopedia Article @ CompleteIdiotsGuide.com (Complete Idiots Guide)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Stealth disco (or SD) refers to the act of being videotaped dancing or rocking out behind or near someone who is doing something serious and does not notice.
Stealth disco is an example of an Internet phenomenon.
Stealth disco, particularly the subgenre which involves posting the resulting videos online, has been promoted since its inception by enthusiastic bloggers and other web surfers.
www.completeidiotsguide.com /encyclopedia/Stealth_Disco   (457 words)

 Disco   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Disco is professional dj mixing software for live mixing music with your mac.
"Disco lets you input music in all major audio formats, including MP3 and AAC, create databases of catalogs, and mix your collection using a huge selection of built-in tools.
Disco will be available as Universal Binary later in the year 2006.
www.discosw.net /disco/index.html   (74 words)

 Disco Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Disco project addresses the lack of operating system support for large scale shared-memory multiprocessors.
Cellular Disco is a virtual machine monitor that provides scalability, fault containment, and resource mangement for large multiprocessers without modifying the operating systems.
Cellular Disco provides all these benefits at a minimal performance overhead, and a small development effort (it is only 50K lines of code).
www-flash.stanford.edu /Disco   (196 words)

 Previously featured disco grooves
This nice long 12" disco mix of "Street talk" was available to DJ's only on 20th Century records and was released in 1976.
This classic sound of soulful Philly disco was the first 12" released on the Columbia label.
This great New York disco record is taken from Metropolis's LP "The greatest show on earth" and is the b-side of that 12" single.
www.disco-funk.co.uk /pre2000.html   (477 words)

 History Of Disco - Pt 1, History Of Disco - Pt 1, History Of Disco - Pt 1, History Of Disco - Pt 1, History Of Disco - ...
Anything that white America could possibly consider anti-American was out...including disco and "the music that begat disco" according to a racist member of my staff at the University of Illinois-Chicago's WUIC...a station I ran as Operations Manager.
Disco was in fact one of the first (& maybe the last ??) forms of "voluntary integration" that we have seen.
Disco was actually a pretty good concept at the beginning, it was a universal thing and had actually "infiltrated" EVERY aspect of the American culture (much as hip hop is today).
www.soul-patrol.com /funk/disco1.htm   (2089 words)

 Disco Delivery
Relegated to the B-side probably because it wasn't the sort of straight-ahead, energetic disco typical of the time, but instead, one that straddled the boundary between R&B and disco; it can probably be described as something of a throwback to the earlier days of 'disco as danceable R&B'.
Even though they aren't exactly the stuff disco divadom is made of, there is a certain, shall we say, imperfect perfection to them that totally works for this.
I remember I bought it based on, first of all: the fact that it was cheap, and second: the fact that it was produced by Montreal disco producer Tony Green, best known for his success with France Joli and her biggest disco hits.
discodelivery.blogspot.com   (7086 words)

 XML Files: Publishing and Discovering Web Services with DISCO and UDDI -- MSDN Magazine, February 2002
DISCO, introduced in.NET, makes it possible for clients to reflect against endpoints to discover services and their associated WSDL documents.
DISCO was initially a Microsoft discovery protocol that was never meant for more than simple document-based lookups.
DISCO is ultimately limited by the type and depth of the information that it provides.
msdn.microsoft.com /msdnmag/issues/02/02/xml   (3503 words)

 Disco - Mac Disc Burning
If Disco detects the total size of the files you're burning is bigger than the disc, it will try to divide them amongst multiple discs so that they fit.
Through its beautiful UI, Disco visually indicates how many discs you'll be needing, and then you simply feed it new ones as it handles the burning for you.
Disco can also handle creating a disc image from a set group of files, erasing rewritable media, VIDEO_TS burning, and it can even detect physical motion on laptops to prevent coasters.
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 Nu*Disco Essentials Chart 51-60; Top 60 disco, groove, funky house, US and UK garage
Many think that the disco revival only lasted from 1998 to 2000, it's the extensive disco sampling and looping that went out of fashion not nu-disco, this late 2002 release by E-Smoove is proof.
Lisa Millett has released numerous disco flavored house in the last 4 years, this is another one with an early 80's feel, very bass synth driven with rock style energitic vocals, mainstream appeal, dub mix doesn't work, it's overly repetitive, the synth is too loud and annoying, intrumental version also supplied.
Classy and feminine, tries hard to emulate the disco feeling and succeeds, a little filter here and there, no samples and loops, enjoyable to listen, all mixes -4 of them- are excellent, the LP version has mainstream appeal, very enjoyable.
www.discostyle.com /discochart/nudisco51-60   (993 words)

 Disco and Hustle History
Most Disco dances have strong roots in Swing, Samba, Cha Cha, Mambo, Merengue, Fox Trot and Tango.
Popular disco music of the 70's included Bee Gees "Stayin' alive", "Night fever", "More than a woman" "Everybody Dance" (Chic) and Donna Summer's "Love to love you baby".
Recommend this Disco and Hustle History page to a friend.
www.centralhome.com /Ballroomcountry/disco.htm   (250 words)

 Disco Dance Videos and DVD Learn dances of the 70
Overall, the Hustle is a dance that was born as an adaptation to the new music of the disco craze, but has survived as a dance that has and will continue to grow with the times, trends and needs of the dancing public.
It is a versatile dance with chameleon qualities that make it a highly effective tool in the beginner dancer's playbook.
Using her experience as a teacher for 25 years, she shares with you the five secrets of great dancers, and defines what a great dancer means to her.
www.centralhome.com /ballroomcountry/disco_dance_videos.htm   (517 words)

 Disco Corporation Information | Business.com
The Group's principal activity is the manufacture and sale of machine tools such as dicing/cutting, laser, grinding polishing machines and semiconductors.
Find information on Disco Corporation with operations and products, financials, officers, competitors and more at Hoover's.
Disco and Saucy Jump Cuts ')"> Eerie Lights, Disco and Saucy Jump Cuts
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 Disco 3.2.5 - VersionTracker
Disco is dj mixing software which is designed for "live" mixing.
Both DJ-1800 2 and Disco 2.8.9 gave Audio dropouts both when I loaded the second track to play and in Disco also when I momentarily switched applications.
Both Disco and DJ-1800 should compare themselves to the free Traktor Beatport application (you'll need to register, which is free) as well as the professional Traktor Dj Studio suite.
www.versiontracker.com /dyn/moreinfo/macosx/19228   (556 words)

 Disco - Free Music Downloads - MP3 Downloads - Download.com Music
Electronica is a blanket term that describes electronic music, but it mainly references a style in which the use of electronic technology (drum machines, synthesizers, samplers) takes a role in the creative process.
Innovation around the development of these devices gave way to the beginnings of Detroit techno and Chicago house, with hats tipped to the early '70s disco-funk influence, a breath of fresh air to American and British music.
In the mid '90s, drum 'n' bass, trip-hop, techno, big-beat, and garage were sired by British DJs, and though each took a dramatically different set of chromosomes from its mother, all were born from disco hips.
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