Tuesday, January 19, 2010

The Salsoul Orchestra was the backing band for acts on Salsoul Records. It was formed 1974 in New York., U.S. and disbanded in 1982. Their music featured elements of Philly Soul, Funk, Latin Music and disco. The Salsoul Orchestra included up to 50 members with instrumental section, arrangers and conductors. The Salsoul Orchestra was conducted by Vincent Montana Jr.(1975- 1978) Production duties came,from 1978 to 1983, by Tom Moulton, Stan Lucas, Patrick Adams & Bunny Sigler.

The personnel of the Salsoul orchestra and MFSB overlapped substantially.
Their song, "Love Break (Ooh I Love It)" has been sampled in rap songs such as 50 Cent's "Candyshop" and Eric B & Rakim's "Paid in Full", but most notably in Madonna's "Vogue".

I have been very busy lately with my recent collaboration with Jackie Pashley at my Faderwave Radio these past 3 weeks.

I did this mix for one of my loyal listeners from Italy Mr. Enea Colombo who likes Salsoul Orchestra a lot . This compilation features their songs from 1975 to 1979 which were the best.

Mixed and recorded on the fly. 100 % Pure Disco Vinyl. Enjoy!


DBX Enhanced 16 bit Digital Stereo, 44.1 khz, 320 kbps, 142 mb, 1:02:10

o1.A Tale Of Two Cities
02.Nice 'N' Naasty (Special Disco Version)
03.Runaway Ft. Loleatta Holloway (Dave Pineda Extended Remix)
05.Chicago Bus Stop (Ooh I Love It)
06.Dance A Little Bit Closer Ft. Charo
07.Sun After The Rain
08.Salsoul Hustle
09.Salsoul Rainbow
11.It's Good For The Soul (Special Disco Version)
12.Catch Me On The Rebound Ft. Loleatta Holloway
13.Magic Bird Of Fire (Firebird Suite) (Special Disco Version)
15.Westside Story Medley (Special Disco Version)
16.Street Sense
17.Standing And Waiting On Love
18.It Don't Have To Be Funky (To Be A Groove) (Special Disco Version)

To Listen Or DL:
ZShare:DJ Dave Pineda The Best of Salsoul Orchestra Mix.mp3

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