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Cant Get Away (From Your Love) - Various - The Get Down Boogie Sound (CD)

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  1. Jan 15,  · The aforementioned ex Salsoul disco queen Carol Williams is up with her club hit “Can’t Get Away From Your Love”, some very cool synth here that showed a clear shift from her string filled work of the late 70s to a piano driven, too cool for school 80’s electro vibe/5(7).
  2. The aforementioned ex Salsoul disco queen Carol Williams is up with her club hit “Can’t Get Away From Your Love”, some very cool synth here that showed a clear shift from her string filled work of the late 70s to a piano driven, too cool for school 80’s electro vibe/5(10).
  3. What is the "Get Down Boogie Sound?" Simply speaking, it is the sound that arrived just after disco and just before Prince revolutionized the whole idea of funk, bringing it into the future. This is music thoroughly engaged with the present and that present is the early '80s, where the future seemed a given and analog synthesizers were necessities, not fashion accessories.8/
  4. The Get Down Boogie Sound by Various Artists - CD () for $ from demtioriddtanphoku.tranrataguttlecfinapetsbomjenunli.co Funk - Order by Phone Brand: Ace Records.
  5. Get down boogie sound features 13 early 80’s boogie tracks from the Vanguard, Fantasy, Spring and Posse labels. Carol Williams ‘Can’t get away from your love’, Convertion ‘Sweet Thing’, Ritz ‘I Wanna Get with you’ and Sylvester ‘Give It up’ are classics.
  6. Sep 17,  · The aforementioned ex Salsoul disco queen Carol Williams is up with her club hit “Can’t Get Away From Your Love”, some very cool synth here that showed a clear shift from her string filled work of the late 70s to a piano driven, too cool for school 80’s electro vibe.
  7. Carol Williams’ ‘Can’t Get Away (From Your Love)’ is a gem and J.T.’s ‘I Love Music’ is an astounding creation, which makes you wonder why he never recorded anything more. It’s all here, over 13 tracks, the sound of disco being redefined as dance music. The boogie sound! By Dean Rudland.

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