DJ Chomskii - Made In Hong Kong album flac
Title: Made In Hong Kong
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Mix of rare 70s/80s Asian disco records from some seriously deep digging in Hong Kong.
Follow Chomskii to never miss another show. Gotha('76) 1. he New Topnotes. Pick Up The Pieces('75) 1. ade. Long Train Running('75) 1. immy Takeuchi & Exciters. Enter The Dragon('74) 1. ulie Su. agic In My Life('75) 1. eresa Carpio. Isn't She Lovely('77) 1. oyal Hong Kong Auxiliary Police Band. Skin and Bones('76) 1. andra & Amina. dj brahms3y ago. wow!! love it. Richard Zhao3y ago.
Made in Hong Kong is Claudja Barry's fourth album, released in 1981. By this album, she had shed her "disco diva" image thus avoiding much of the American disco blacklash at the time. It includes the hit single, "Radio Action". Don't Take to the Wind". Take Me to the River" (Al Green, Mabon "Teenie" Hodges). What'cha Doin' to Me". "Sweet Inspiration".
Not Now. Soda mix dj music studio - Hong Kong. Education in Sham Shui Po. . Instructor Soda has helped me rediscover my passion for music and encouraged me to continue to innovate.
The Music of Hong Kong is an eclectic mixture of traditional and popular genres. Cantopop is one of the more prominent genres of music produced in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and the Hong Kong Sinfonietta regularly perform western classical music in the city. There is also a long tradition of Cantonese opera within Hong Kong. In colonial Hong Kong, pipa was one of the instruments played by the Chinese, and was mainly used for ceremonial purposes
Made in Hong Kong is Claudja Barry's fourth album, released in 1981.
BPM Profile Made in Hong Kong. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Claudja Barry. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
1994 live album by Jean Michel Jarre. Live album by. Jean Michel Jarre. 11 March, 1994 in Europe and Hong Kong. Hong Kong is a live album by Jean Michel Jarre, and released in 1994 on Disques Dreyfus, licensed to Polydor. Even though the album is called Hong Kong and has pictures of the event on its booklet, most of the tracks are from the Europe in Concert venues, except for "Souvenir of China" which is a special mix consisting of the Paris la Defense version and the actual track played in Hong Kong. Also, "Fishing Junks at Sunset" was recorded from the Hong Kong concert rehearsals. Magnetic Fields 2 comes from the encore at Barcelona 1993, which appears on the VHS tape released.
Hong Kong’s music scene has grown steadily stronger in recent years, not just in terms of the talent, but also the promoters and platforms dedicated to bringing these acts to those who will listen. While high rent and stringent regulations still make it difficult for the local indie circuit to be as big as, say, New York or London, there is an increasing number of live music venues that are giving a voice to the city’s finest performers
|1||–The Fabulous Echoes||Intro/Dancing On The Moon|
|2||–Disco Breed||Body Language|
|3||–Mike Remedios*||Swearing To God (’75)|
|4||–Newnote Music Production||Lowdown (’77)|
|5||–Patoven's Electric Orchestra||The Yellow Rose Of Texas (’79)|
|6||–Rita Carpio||The Yellow Rose Of Texas’79|
|7||–Andy Bautista||Dis-Gorilla & Disco Duck (’77)|
|8||–Paula Tsui||歡笑 (’76)|
|9||–Anita*||I Gotcha (’76)|
|10||–The New Topnotes||Pick Up The Pieces (’75)|
|11||–Jade||Long Train Running (’75)|
|12||–Jimmy Takeuchi & Exciters*||Enter The Dragon (’74)|
|13||–Julie Sue||Magic In My Life (’75)|
|14||–Teresa Carpio||Mr. Melody (’77)|
|15||–Lam*||Isn’t She Lovely (’77)|
|16||–Royal Hong Kong Auxiliary Police Band||Skin And Bones (’76)|
|17||–The Chopsticks||Spinning Wheel (’71)|
|18||–The New Wave Orchestra*||意難忘 = China Night|
- DJ Mix – Chomskii*
NotesMix of rare 70s/80s Asian disco records from some seriously deep digging in Hong Kong.
Track #17 credits artist as "Sandra & Amina" .
Artist is not credited on track #18.