Southern California label, Black Disco, have been putting out superb disco records since 2008. They release both new original and newly re-edited disco gems from such artists as Nitedog, Lovefingers, and Basso to name a few. For the “edit” releases they get different artists each time to put together a 12″ of freshly sliced and diced goodness. So far they have 9 volumes of the Black Disco edits….and this particular dee-lite by Lee Douglas is Volume 2. “Cum n’ Go” is a re-edit of The Freedom Machine “Jangada” which is a wonderful meeting of Spanish-style guitar strums and interstellar disco. As for the rest of the songs, see for yourself below….and by the way, “Hide n’ Seek” is a re-edit of Asha Puthli and “Fuego” is an edit of Misa Criolla’s song of the same name.
Link: LEE DOUGLAS – THE DOUGLAS SOUND EP (NEW LINK)
1. Cum n’ Go
2. Hide n’ Seek
and here is the original “Fuego”