First Ladies Of Disco: 32 Stars Discuss The Era And Their Singing Careers

First Ladies Of Disco: 32 Stars Discuss The Era And Their Singing Careers

First Ladies of Disco: 32 Stars Discuss the Era and Their Singing Careers

The female vocalists who pioneered the disco genre in the '70s and early '80s were an extraordinarily talented group of women who dazzled the world with an exciting blend of elegance, soulful passion and gutsy fire. In this book of original interviews, 32 of these singers tell their stories, explaining how they view their music, careers, connection to gay audiences, and their places in dance music history. Interviewed artists include: The Andrea True Connection (More, More, More); Claudja Barry (Boogie Woogie Dancing Shoes); Pattie Brooks (After Dark); Miguel Brown (So Many Men So Little Time); Linda Clifford (If My Friends Could See Me Now); Carol Douglas (Doctor's Orders); Yvonne Elliman (If I Can't Have You); Rochelle Fleming (First Choice - Dr. Love); Gloria Gaynor (I Will Survive); Debbie Jacobs-Rock (Don't You Want My Love); Madleen Kane (You Can); Evelyn "Champagne" King (Shame); Audrey Landers (Manuel Goodbye); Suzi Lane (Harmony); Cynthia Manley (Boys Town Gang - Ain't No Mountain High Enough); Kelly Marie (Feels Like I'm In Love); Maxine Nightingale (Right Back Where We Started From); Scherrie Payne (I'm Not In Love); Wardell Piper (Super Sweet); The Ritchie...

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