TOO SLOW TO DISCO: The 70s LA Softrockers Start To Move Their Feet...But Slowly



"The second radio mix by DJ Supermarkt. The LA softrockers return, but find out they are 'too slow to disco' yet. The California singer/songwriters suddenly get attracted to rhythm and slowly start to move their feet. This mix captures them shortly before going completely disco!  This time we find: an ex-Monkee rapping, a weird erotic Christmas song by Georgie Fame, the 70s 'super-studio-group' the Attitudes, who played on thousands of records, and commercial breaks by Frank Zappa, Jefferson Airplane, Spliff (The Nina Hagen Band), plus lots of other forgotten diamonds. Enjoy and take the trip." 

1. intro
2. ned doheny - give it up for love
3. alessi brothers - do you feel it
commercial break with frank zappa
4. vapour trails - do the bossa nova
5. david batteau - spaceship earth
6. rupert holmes - deco lady
7. ben sidran - hi-fly
8. john s. hall & kramer - garbage party
9. the attitudes - sweet summer music
10. sanford & townsend band - does it have to be you (supermarkt edit)
11. intro with gilbert o'sullivan
12. rickie lee jones - chuck e.'s in love
13. georgie fame - ho ho ho
14. carole king - bitter with the sweet
15. michael nesmith - capsule
commercial break: levi's with jefferson airplane
16. valerie carter - crazy
commercial break: wysocki college with spliff
17. ali thomson - take a little rhythm
18. paul davis - too slow to disco
19. monkees - zilch  



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