The first volume features favourites of DJs like David Mancuso, Larry Levan and Nicky Siano.
Love Saves The Day: A History Of Af American Dance Music Culture (1970-1979) was originally published in 2004 as the first in a trilogy of books about dance music, including Life And Death On The New York Dance Floor, which was made into a similar compilation last year.
London-based author Tim Lawrence spent the last year compiling this latest album, which features both well-known and rare tracks from the '70s, with favourites of esteemed DJs like Larry Levan, David Mancuso, Nicky Siano and more. Artists featured include James Brown, Gladys Knight And The Pips, the Jackson 5, Wilson Pickett and Chuck Mangione. This first volume comes as a double-LP.
Listen to "Hum Along And Dance (Uncut)" by Jackson 5, and check out archival photos below.
A1 Les Troubadours Du Roi Baudouin - Dibwe Diambula Kabanda
A2 Chuck Mangione - Land Of Make Believe
B1 Wilson Pickett - Don't Knock My Love (Part 1)
B2 Wilson Pickett - Don't Knock My Love (Part 2)
B3 James Brown - Give It Up Or Turn It Loose
C Jackson 5 - Hum Along And Dance (Uncut Version)
D1 Brainstorm - Lovin Is Really My Game (12 Version)
D2 Domenic Troiano - We All Need Love
D3 Gladys Knight And The Pips - It's Time To Go Now
Reappearing Records will release Love Saves The Day: A History Of American Dance Music Culture 1970-1979 Part 1 on May 22nd, 2020.
David Mancuso - Pat Bates
Francis Grasso - Steve D'Acqiusto
Nicky Siano & Larry Levan - Michael Gomes