Disco Funk

This is a compilation of Disco and Funk tracks i use to play in my DJ sets. I concentrated on the end of the disco era from 1978 to 1982.  As this Mix is meant for partying, the tracks are certified 100% boogying disco dancers.


  1. Brass Construction – Get Up To Get Down
  2. Bernard Wright – Master Rocker
  3. Al Hudson & The Partners – You Can Do It
  4. Maijik – You Gotta Get Up
  5. Uncle Louie – Full-Tilt Boogie
  6. The Gap Band – Party Lights
  7. Mike T – Do It Anyway You Wanna
  8. Erik Rug – Tribute To My People (Laroye Disco Mix)
  9. The Controllers – I Can’t Turn The Boogie Loose
  10. Jean Carn – Give It up
  11. Positive Force – We Got The Funk
  12. Roberta Flack – Lovin‘ You (Is Such An Easy Thang To Do)
  13. 52Nd Street – Look Into My Eyes
  14. Skyy – High (Kenny Dope Edit)
  15. Raw Silk – Do It To The Music (Masters At Work Remix)
  16. Change – Don’t Wait Another Night (Version Edit)

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