Filed under: Chicago Party, Eccentric Soul 45s, Universal Togetherness Band
While researching the local legends that made The Chicago Party “the place to be,” we encountered rich pockets of unreleased dance music from a magical era: 1982. A gifted pianist with a knack for songwriting, Jesus Wayne had a number of his own songs archived (“Rush,” “You Bring Me Up”), a couple compositions executed by other artists (Donnell Pitman’s take on “Burning Up” and “A Taste Of Honey”) and his custom-fitted theme to The Chicago Party. With the hotly anticipated, self-titled Universal Togetherness Band LP scheduled to burn discos down January 20th, their double-sided “Saturday Night” b/w “More Than Enough” offers early adopters a chance to stare directly into the dance-funk solar eclipse that is to come. These 45s are available right now; no need to solicit test pressing or troll the Pirate’s Bay. You can listen to these gems at Soundcloud, and purchase them from our website.
More of a visual learner? Enjoy the senior project that is “More Than Enough” by Universal Togetherness Band.
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