De Disco (Version)

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  1. Gilla's debut LP, featuring a mix of disco, pop and schlager tracks, was released shortly after. In the summer of , Gilla followed with "Ich brenne" (I'm Burning), once again also recorded in English as "Help Help". It was a Dutch hit single but fared less well in Germany.
  2. Disco version - order voucher may immediately after the bill be printed. Easiest stock control (only what you want to check). Start / Stop command for kitchen or bar (appetizer, main course, dessert), autom. Cash drawer for each port connected. It was.
  3. Disco Music Description. One of the main genres of dance music of the XX century, which arose in the early s. Contribute to this style page.
  4. Solid collection of remastered 12"/LP versions of 70's and 80's disco cuts on Rhino Records. There are a few rarities/oddities here as well, including the true 12" versions of "You're Lying" by Linx, "Sorcerer" by Norma Jean (the original lead singer of Chic), and "I Should Have Loved You" by /5(82).
  5. How does DISCO handle documents in foreign languages? When a document is ingested, its primary language is identified. A Primary Language column has been added to the ingest report that can be displayed by creating a custom view and selecting the Primary Language option under Metadata.
  6. Discois a genreof dance musicand a subculturethat emerged in the s from the United States’ urban nightlifescene. Its sound is typified by four-on-the-floorbeats, syncopatedbasslines, string sections, horns, electric piano, synthesizers, and electric rhythm dorcompdingnosebja.timudjubooksvimamorsocumsbigtorep.infoinfoal origins: Mid s - early s, East Coast of .
  7. Sep 25,  · Mastered by Sony Music ISC Audio. Design by De Vormers, Utrecht. Discs: Made in Austria These are the versions that actually appear in this set: Track is the album version of Radio Ga Ga Track is the album version of In The Air Tonight, not the 12" Extended Version Track is Smalltown Boy (Full 12" Version).
  8. In , the Recording Academy added the recording of "Brazil (Aquarela do Brasil)" by Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra, released as Decca B, to the Grammy Hall of Fame. [10] [11] Jimmy Dorsey was the first to record the song on July 14, and release it with the English lyrics by Bob Russell sung by Bob Eberly and Helen O'Connell.

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