Groovy, Sexy & Soulful Part 48 Seventies Soul Edition

Barry White, probably speaking to his wife Glodean
When I read that ‘If you want it’ by Niteflyte would be on the next ‘Too Slow To Disco’ compilation, I wanted to build a mix around that song and this is the result!

DJ Supermarkt wrote these linernotes on ‘Too Slow To Disco 2' about Niteflyte:

"Niteflyte was a project for soul singer Howard Johnson and Sandy Torano, a session guitarist and producer for bands like The Commodores. Together they released only two albums but managed to have a hit with „If you want it“. They assembled an impressive company of musicians to play on their albums, including Phyllis Hyman, Billy Swan, and Michael and Randy Brecker. Howard Johnson later also had a solo career, releasing several albums on A&M." (Quote: Too Slow To Disco Volume 2)

Enjoy this Seventies Soul edition of ‘Groovy, sexy and soulful’!

Tracklist:

Barry White – I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More, Baby (1973)
Wood, Brass & Steel – Always There (1976)
Ramp – Daylight (1977)
Niteflyte – If You Want It (1979)
Lowrell – Mellow Mellow Right On (1979)
Creative Source – Who Is He And What Is He To You? (1974)
Hodges, James And Smith – Love Was Just A Word (1973)
Weldon Irvine – I Love You (1976)
G.C. Cameron – Live For Love (1980)
Tom Brock – I Love You More And More (1974)
The Emotions – Flowers (1976)
George Duke – Someday (1975)
Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band – You Got Somethin'; Betcha' The Love Bug Bitcha' (1976)
A Taste Of Honey – If We Loved (1978)
Betty Wright – Smother Me With Your Love (1976)
Darrow Fletcher – Rising Cost Of Love (1979)
Earth, Wind & Fire ‎– Love's Holiday (1978)
Al Wilson – You Really Turn Me On (1979)
Maryann Farra & Satin Soul – Living In The Footsteps Of Another Girl (1976)
Milton Floyd ‎– I'm A Shadow (1973)

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