2009-02-20

Frontline Orchestra - Don't Turn Your Back On Me



Here's a certified boogie banger for you the dance the night away. Excellent vocals and a really solid bass line. This one came out originally on Eddy Grant's ICE Records in 1981. Larry Levan made a massive remix of this which was put out by Quality Records a year later.

6 comments:

Heavyj said...

Nice post, Been listening to a bit of Eddy Grant of late so its nice to someone promoting his label. Digging your blog, keep it up!!

Heavyj said...

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Antony said...

Your blog rocks, first I ever heard that Terje edit of Superstition, massive track!

TONTON DECIBEL III said...

I m love the look of this label & the sound is really a good flash back for me ;
since 82 i'm listen this dancerec.,

I just can say now my friend don't

turn the music off coz

your blog is hot ! peace ,,,

Paul said...

Great finding people with common interests. I grew up NYC LOFT, GARAGE, BONDS INTERNATIONAL CASINO era. I gave myself a USB turntable to start my vinyl conversion project and googled Frontline Orchestra and surprised to find content. Eddie Grant was also in Coachhouse Rythm Section with track "Nobody's Got Time". Also have 12" Living On The Frontline.
In this age of lack of originality,
Its funny to say that our music qualifies as "Golden Oldies"!
Peace and visit my website.

Anonymous said...

Cool site I loved this song since way back when Jellybean used to rock it at the Funhouse early in the morning and the crowd was still going hard. Miss those days!!