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Best Disco album of the 70's bar none

I don't understand how this album hasn't been reviewed until now, but please let me undo this unjustice.
This album is one of the greatest albums to come out of the 70's disco era Every song on the album is great and 10 percent , Everyman and My love is free kept the dance floors overflowing every time they were played.
I can't say enough about this album but I will say I love it to death and decades later it still plays well and sounds fantastic.
Anyone growing up and partying in the 70's or anyone interested in the sounds of the 70's c;ub era should have this album in their collection !!!!

Biography

Formed: Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '70s

Philadelphians Leonard Davis, Joe Harris, Chuck Whittington, and Jimmy Williams were Double Exposure, one of the more prominent groups on the mighty disco label Salsoul. The quartet was one of the most soul-steeped on the roster. This had more than a little to do with their background as a soul group called United Image, which got together in 1966 and recorded a single for Stax in the early '70s ("African Bump" b/w "Hit Man"); and, being from Philadelphia, the group couldn't help but soak up the...
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