Thursday, August 13, 2009

Disco on the Expressway

A 'twelve' that I've been enjoying lately is Eastbound Expressway's 1979 disco classic "Never Let Go". This track, which was released off of AVI Records and included on the group's self-titled album, is pretty funky all the way through and includes one of the better instrumental breaks that I've heard in some time. The song features minimal, however catching vocals that help compliment the songs overall uptempo "strut-worthy" groove. Overall, a great track and a twelve-inch I highly recommend hunting down.

Eastbound Expressway - Never Let Go

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Anonymous said...

This track does have a great break but the best break is T-Connection's "Do What You Wanna Do" the build up is fantastic and orgasmic. You have a great ear for music.

Pat Les Stache said...

"Do What You Wanna Do" does have a great break, however I think T-Connection's best break is found during the opening sequence of there twelve-inch single "At Midnight". I've personally sampled some of the drum work in that song on a couple of occasions.

Mr B said...

gee, i forgot how funky this track was