Stephen Encinas ‎– Disco Illusion

Label:
Invisible City Editions ‎– ICE-004, Invisible City Editions ‎– ICE - 004, Kalinda ‎– ICE-004, Kalinda ‎– ICE - 004
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Vinyl, 12", Reissue, 45 RPM
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A Disco Illusion
Backing Vocals – Andy*, Judy (18), Kenny*, Wendy*Bass – A. Nuncs*Drums, Percussion – M. 'Toby' Tobas*Guitar – A. Alexander*Keyboards – S. Encinas*Lead Vocals – Stephen Encinas, Wendy EligonProducer – Stephen EncinasSynthesizer – K. John*
6:44
B Lypso Illusion
Arranged By – K. John*, S. Encinas*Bass – A. Nuncs*Drums, Percussion – M. 'Toby' Tobas*Keyboards, Vocals – Stephen EncinasProducer – Stephen EncinasRecorder – K. John*Steel Drums [Pans] – A. Hadeed*
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Restoration and Mastering at The Carvery
Photo Courtesy of the National Archives UK

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): ICE 004 DISCO A. NEVEAH 17. MPO ICE-004- A The Carvery LDN
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): ICE 004 DISCO B The Carvery LDN ICE-004- B MPO NEVEAH 17.

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darcyvitacca

darcyvitacca

February 10, 2016
If this gets repressed someone let me know please :)
crowfoot

crowfoot

January 28, 2016
edited 12 days ago
Reminds me of Joey Negro's 'The Sunshine Band', 'Incognito' and 'The Brand New Heavies'...
Needs a repress....
newdurchzecker

newdurchzecker

December 25, 2015

this blows my mind every time! REPRESS PLEASE!!!!!
daftcombo

daftcombo

October 12, 2015

A-side is good, but B-side is excellent. I wish they pressed a compilation with all Encinas's tracks altogether.
Jahpye

Jahpye

September 28, 2015
Please repress please!!!
djprone

djprone

September 14, 2015
Please repress
newdurchzecker

newdurchzecker

August 31, 2015
edited 2 months ago

great great record!
Phucuda

Phucuda

June 23, 2015
Commenting for repress
Jlenham

Jlenham

March 31, 2015
Hmm well dont I regret selling this eh.
Old_Boy

Old_Boy

October 25, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
Got all the elements of classic 70s disco (great jazz style bass, funky guitar, sensual female voals) but with that spaced out feel that pioneers like Dexter Wansel, Patrick Cowley, Gino Soccio and Giorgio Moroder fused into this genre.

Wicked tracks you can play time and time again 'cause each time you notice something new within the production - I can see why prices stay high.

Oh, and if you dig the tracks above then check Methusalem's 'Robotism'