Escort ‎– Escort



Caméleon Chameleon 5:26
Cocaine Blues 4:07
Makeover 4:09
A Sailboat In The Moonlight 4:18
Why Oh Why 3:54
Starlight 4:36
A Bright New Life 5:53
All Through The Night 4:18
Love In Indigo 3:41
All That She Is 4:42
Karawane 7:37

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ESCRTLP1 Escort Escort(CD, Album, Dig) Escort Records ESCRTLP1 US 2011 Sell This Version
none Escort Escort(11xFile, AAC, 256) Not On Label none Canada 2011
TIRK072LP Escort Escort(2x12", Album) Tirk TIRK072LP UK 2011 Sell This Version
TIRK072 Escort Escort(CD, Album) Tirk TIRK072 UK 2011 Sell This Version
TIRK072 Escort Escort(CDr, Album, Promo) Tirk TIRK072 UK 2011 Sell This Version
CUTO 003 Escort Escort(CD, Album, Dig) Cuto CUTO 003 Canada 2012 Sell This Version
NSTC013 Escort Escort (Instrumentals)(12xFile, MP3, 320) No Static Recordings NSTC013 UK 2013


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July 5, 2018
referencing Escort, CD, Album, Dig, ESCRTLP1
To be similar to classic boogie "Index - Starlight" (1981).


August 18, 2017
referencing Escort, CD, Album, Dig, ESCRTLP1
Having followed ESCORT beginning with their debut 12" back in 2006, "Starlight", I was an instant fan. A slew of great 12" releases followed, including the Dr. Buzzard influenced "Love in Indigo".
Then in 2011, Escort released their debut LP, which included all their previous singles, and some new tracks.
However, all the old songs were much shorter, and with a different vocalist!! WHY?
The new tracks also signaled a more commercial approach to disco, which bewildered me a bit, as Escort seemed to have lost their funky, classic, underground-disco edge.
Their best work were their early 12" releases, especially because vocalist Zena Kitt had such a unique voice, which perfectly suited the material.