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Disc 1
01
Ned Doheny Get It Up for Love
00 :45
02
Micky Denne And Ken Gold Let's Put Our Love Back Together
00 :45
03
Rupert Holmes Deco Lady
00 :45
04
White Horse Over and Done with It
00 :45
05
Browning Bryant Liverpool Fool
00 :45
06
Nicolette Larson Lotta Love
00 :45
07
Alessi Brothers Do You Feel It
00 :45
08
Photoglo Steal Away
00 :45
09
Brian Elliot Room to Grow
00 :45
Disc 2
01 00 :45
02
Don Brown Shut the Door
00 :45
03
Matthew Larkin Cassel Rendezvous
00 :45
04 00 :45
05
Doobie Brothers Losin' End
00 :45
06
Fleetwood Mac Sugar Daddy
00 :45
07
Robbie Dupree Steal Away
00 :45
08
David Batteau Spaceship Earth
00 :45
09 00 :45
10
Jan Hammer Group Don't You Know
00 :45
ARTIST
TITLE
Too Slow to Disco
FORMAT
2LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
HDYARE 001LP HDYARE 001LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
5/27/2014

Repressed, double LP version. Pressed on 180 gram vinyl and housed in a gatefold sleeve. Includes a digital download card and a poster. Ah, the mid-'70s "Me Generation," not so happily remembered. And in the taste-conscious music world, for years now people have laughed at the L.A.-sound with its super-smooth, over-lavish, luxury-laden excesses. Chord progressions as thrusting as that bridge across the bay. Love the white blazer, by the way. Neiman-Marcus, right? But Too Slow to Disco isn't interested in your aging hang-ups. As you know, once musical genres get old, the best parts still shine through, and this collection is a delectable document of this forgotten phase of the mid-'70s West Coast music world. We've unearthed some of the lesser-known but still beautiful mood music of this period, by people who were often still starting out, or would write their biggest hits years later, but who surfed the West Coast wave penning some total gems. So, yes, welcome to phase 1 of your PRM (Personal Rediscovery Movement, cult fans). "The Eagles were the dream of rock and roll incarnate. 'Hotel California' became a state of mind -- the land of blue jeans and cocaine, mirror shades reflecting palm trees, blond hair flowing from convertible cars on freeways that led to oceans. You love it and you hate it!" (Don Henley in Barney Hoskyns' book Hotel California). Includes 24-page liner notes. Featuring artists: Ned Doheny, Micky Denne And Ken Gold, Rupert Holmes, White Horse, Browning Bryant, Nicolette Larson, Alessi Brothers, Photoglo, Brian Elliot, Chicago, Don Brown, Matthew Larkin Cassel, Pages, Doobie Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, Robbie Dupree, David Batteau, Tony Joe White, and Jan Hammer Group.