Release Info: Claudja Barry - Disco Mixes (1980)
Claudja Barry, (born 1952, Jamaica) was raised in Toronto, Ontario and later based in Germany, is a singer and actress who has performed in the European versions of the stage musicals Hair and Catch My Soul.
Before she embarked on a solo career, Claudja Barry was part of the studio group Boney M from 1975 to 1976. She has had two Billboard Hot 100 solo hit entries. The first being "Dancin' Fever" and the second being "Boogie Woogie Dancin' Shoes". Both became major mainstream pop hits in Canada and Europe.
During 1980 with the release of her Feel The Fire album, Claudja's songs were becoming highly synthesized - this was her final album to feature an earthier, more horn & string approach to the production of her music. By 1981, she made a successful foray into New Wave/Hi-NRG music with the Made In Hong Kong album which is touted as her best album.
This non-stop mix album "Disco Mixes" was originally released on LP in 1980, and reissued on CD in 1995 by the fabulous Miami based disco label Hot Productions.
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1. Johnny Johnny Please Come Home (6:25)
2. You Make Me Feel The Fire (7:40)
3. Boogie Woogie Dancin' Shoes (7:18)
4. Dancin' Fever (4:25)
5. Boogie Tonight (6:52)
6. Sweet Dynamite (7:34)
7. Boogie Woogie Dancin' Shoes (Original Version) (7:00)
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