Archive for boogie

The Whispers – I Can Make It Better

Posted in Music with tags , , , on 03/06/2014 by DJ Yeah Right


Mmmm mmm.  I love the Whispers through the years, but their early 1980’s releases on Solar Records have to be my favorites.   This track was the second single off of the Imagination LP from 1980, following the unimpeachable “It’s a Love Thing”.   On a more important note, THAT FUCKIN’ FACIAL HAIR!!!  Gotta love it.  Enjoy folks.

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Odyssey – Inside Out

Posted in Music with tags , , on 09/02/2013 by DJ Yeah Right

Secret Weapon – Must Be the Music

Posted in Music with tags , , , on 04/06/2013 by DJ Yeah Right

Gwen Guthrie – It Should Have Been You

Posted in Music with tags , , , on 02/20/2013 by DJ Yeah Right

Ebonee Webb – Here My Love Is

Posted in Music with tags , , on 01/20/2013 by DJ Yeah Right

Ebonee webb too hot

A little more boogie for ya.  Just wanted to keep a steady stream of mp3s coming on the site these days, so I have a Sunday treat for you.  Ebonee Webb was an ensemble from Memphis Tennessee  who released this one on Capitol Records in 1982.  This is from the follow up to their relatively successful self titled debut album, titled Too Hot (produced by Allen Jones of the Bar-Kays).  Enjoy!

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Mp3:  Ebonee Webb – Here My Love Is

Baby, Be Real – a disco/boogie mini-mix by DJ Yeah Right

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on 01/10/2013 by DJ Yeah Right

Taa-Daa!  A brand new mini-mix for y’all!  I hope you like it and search out these tracks yourself. They all deserve more attention than just being in this mini-mix.  Here’s a tracklist!

1. Empire Projecting Penny – Freakman
2. The Strangers – Step Out of my Dream
3. World Premiere – Share the Night
4. Kano – Can’t Hold Back Your Lovin’
5. Atmosfear – X-tra Special

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Mp3:  Baby, Be Real – DJ Yeah Right

Brandi Wells – Watch Out

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on 01/05/2013 by DJ Yeah Right

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Yeah Right was in the bargain bin again!  Scored a sweet copy of this little pop/boogie gem for fifty cents last night and I’m enjoying the hell out of it.  Released on WMOT records in 1980, this was Brandi Wells’ debut album and debut single of the same name.  The songs themselves are pretty good but the production and musicianship, as she notes later on in the song, are pretty stellar.  Please enjoy along with me!

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Mp3: Brandi Wells – Watch Out

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