Classic disco label that not only defined New York City dance floors, but influenced DJ's and dancers worldwide during the late Seventies, early Eighties and after a the label been down for around 10 years it re-merged summer 98 with a new generations of artists. The label was started in December 1976 by Mel Cheren & Ed Kushins. The legendary Paradise Garage DJ Larry Levan worked closely with the label helping them to create their sound. This volume in particular features perhaps the label's most infamous anthem, It's All Over My Face by Loose Joints, along with two other sexually charged songs, Barbara Mason's Another Man and Stone's Girl I Like the Way You Move; Raw Silk's Just in Time also deserves notice as one of the album's best moments. Overall, there aren't many low points on this album or with this album relative to others in the series, since practically everything West End released has consistent quality and enduring attributes.
1 Taana Gardner - Work That Body 2 Loose Joints - Is It All Over My Face 3 Barbara Mason - Another Man 4 Billy Nichols - Give Your Body Up To The Music 5 Mahogany - Ride On The Rhythm 6 Stone - Girl I Like The Way You Move 7 Bettye Lavette - Doin' The Best That I Can 8 Raw Silk - Just In Time