Put the boogie in your body. West End has put together this killer 12" featuring essential boogie cuts from their illustrious catalog. The legendary NYC label played a crucial role in the late 70's and early 80's disco/boogie scene releasing numerous classics including the Bombers' infectious 1979 groover "Let's Dance" and Ednah Holt's 1981 cosmic boogie jam "Serious, Sirius Space Party." This EP also features some deeper selections from the West End catalog including Debbie Trusty's "Searchin' For Some Lovin" and Stone's B-side Dub for "Girl I Like The Way That You Move." Official 2015 pressing with remastered sound for maximum bump on the dancefloor.
- remastered sound
- music label: West End Records 2015
reviewed by Poppin Taco 10/2015
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