MAIA, TIM - DISCO CLUB

MAIA, TIM - DISCO CLUB

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: MR. BONGO

Release date: 16/03/2018

Barcode: 7119691251516

Catalog no.: MRBLP0000156

Item ID: 456337

Sublime reissue of Tim Maia's 'Disco Club'. Recorded in 1978, it's a latter-period gem from the larger than life legend, combining the glitz and glamour of disco's heyday with Maia's raw funk and soul roots.

Also available: DISCO CLUB (CD).

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