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Love it!

I first bought this album from a 99 cent bin. What a great find! The vocals are amazing. Even 30 years later, "The Music Will Not End" still gives me chills.

Takes me back!

Oh my gawwwwwdddd!!!! i have been looking for this for years too!!! I bought the record from a cut out bin for a dollar. It was one of those records that I would play so often it drive my parents crazy, although everyone I ever shared it with enjoyed it too. My friends would borrow it often and we would all spend saturday afternoons searching for additional copies until we all had one for our own collection. I actually boought a spare copy, just in case, which eventually got lost in a move, and I have never been able to find one to replace it since. I had only my memory to play the songs over and over in my head. (In addition to Phantom of your Dreams and The music will not end, Rescue Me was also a particular favorite.) What an amazing surprise to find again after all these years, many thanks Itunes!!! if I can find all those Meco records! I had them all and miss them terribly.

Finally I can trash my old cassette version !!!!!

Not that disco will ever return, but I played enough of this cassette WAY BACK in time, and it grew onto me. I will enjoy listening to it again and again and again...


Born: December 19, 1952 in New York, NY

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Pianist Walter Murphy studied jazz and classical piano at the Manhattan School of Music and was an arranger for Doc Severinsen and The Tonight Show orchestra. He had a moment of pop stardom in 1976 with the song "A Fifth of Beethoven." It topped the pop charts and reached number...
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