Various ‎– Bits & Pieces (Disco 80 - Special Disco Mixer)

Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Mixed, Unofficial Release


A1a Skyy The Groove Is Bad (Intro)
A1b M (2) Pop Muzik
A1c Charanga 76 No Nos Pararan
A1d Unknown Artist Untitled
A1e Love De-Luxe Here Comes That Sound Again
A1f McFadden & Whitehead Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now
A1g Domenic Troiano We All Need Love
A1h Donna Summer Hot Stuff
A1i Hamilton Bohannon The Groove Machine
A1j Unknown Artist Untitled
A1k Martin Circus Disco Circus
A1l Denise LaSalle Freedom To Express Yourself
A1m Donna Summer Bad Girls
A2a Cerrone Rock Me
A2b Suzi Lane Harmony
A2c Kiss I Was Made For Lovin' You
A2d Sparks Beat The Clock
A2e 'Lectric Funk Shangaied
A2f Debbie Jacobs Don't You Want My Love
A2g Ferrara Love Attack
A2h The Ring Savage Lover
A2i Donna Summer Sunset People
A2j Rosebud Have A Cigar
A2k Freddie James Get Up And Boogie
A2l Kat Mandu The Break
A2m Unknown Artist Untitled
B1a Rockets Electric Delight
B1b Uranium (3) Eleanor Rigby
B1c The Beatles Eleanor Rigby
B1d The B-52's Planet Claire
B1e The Knack (3) My Sharona
B1f Lene Lovich Lucky Number
B1g The B-52's Rock Lobster


Two sides with 3 different Disco Medleys.

Side A Contains 2 Disco Medleys.
The first Disco Medley is based on the song of: "M (2) - Pop Muzik"

Side B Contains 1 Disco Medley.
This record is a Canadian Production and has scratched on the vinyl this catalog number: FM 741,and it contains the same Disco Medleys of: "Bits & Pieces (Disco 79 - Special Disco Mixer)";Canadian Copy.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: FM 741


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September 4, 2017
I have this on the Disco 79 label and ripped it to my computer. i'm almost 100 percent sure this should be Jimmy Jackson's version of Freedom To Express Yourself. After Disco Circus and before Bad Girls.


September 25, 2009
edited over 6 years ago
BB8 is Cory Daye - Pow Wow . This is a pretty cool edit of the most popular club songs around late 79, which is when I acquired my first copy of this mix. The label is exactly the same as this one, but it is stamped 79 instead of 80. Found it in Quebec City. That copy was swiped from my collection along with the 12" of Chic's "Good Times". I was able to replace the former.