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Album Review

Conventional wisdom has it that disco died with the 1970s when in fact, it has remained a sometimes dynamic, sometimes bloodless idiom in the '80s and '90s. Unquestionably, one of the finest examples of '90s disco (or "dance music") is Black Box's Dreamland — which reminds one that although glossy production and danceability can be assets, gutsy, heartfelt vocals make the best disco stand out. The real star of Dreamland is Martha Wash, whose full-bodied, gospel-influenced belting on "Everybody, Everybody," "Strike It Up'" "I Don't Know Anybody Else" and other dancefloor smashes is on a par with the best '70s disco/soul of such divas as Gloria Gaynor, Linda Clifford and Loleatta Holloway (who puts in a superb guest appearance on "Ride on Time"). For all its cutting-edge hip-hop and house-music appeal, Dreamland has strong soul-music roots — a fact that Wash is, no doubt, well aware of.

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This is the absolute peak of House music, the combination of genius producers and the almighty Martha Wash on vocals. Nobody did it like this, before or since. Now please add Mixed Up! to the Black Box catalogue - Mixed Up! took the best of the Dreamland songs and put them on a rocket ship to House heaven. Do it iTunes!!!

Oh's finally on here

...classic music...thanks Itunes !

This is awesome!!!!!

Thank you so much for getting this on iTunes


Formed: 1988 in Italy

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Leaders of the Italian house music movement of the late '80s, Black Box was primarily comprised of club DJ Daniele Davoli, computer whiz Mirko Limoni, and classical clarinetist Valeric Semplici, a trio of studio musicians known collectively as the Groove Groove Melody production team. Acclaimed among the most successful producers in all of Italian dance music, Groove Groove Melody helmed dozens of singles each year at their peak; in 1989 they teamed with model Katrin (born Catherine Quinol) as Black...
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