Stupid rare Queen Constance cuts back to back on one 12". There's a few hundred dollars worth of rare disco goodness contained on this slab of pretty red wax (just sayin') both with some of the funkiest P&P production to come out of Harlem. Check the floor filling rhythms and wild moog synth work (courtesy of Patrick Adams) on Kim Taylor's "Stump Your Feet And Dance," then get down to the wicked afro-disco vibes of Licky's "African Rock." Serious disco grooves right here pressed on cherry red vinyl. Recommended.
- music label: Queen Constance
reviewed by Snackmaster 01/2012
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