oktober 23, 2017

Voyage - Voyage (1977) - Lp

Voyage was a French disco and pop/funk group, consisting of André "Slim" Pezin (guitar/vocals), Marc Chantereau (keyboards/vocals), Pierre-Alain Dahan (drums/vocals) and Sauveur Mallia (bass), together with British lead vocalist Sylvia Mason-James, who sang on the group's first two albums.
Before Voyage, the four members, Pezin, Chantereau, Dahan and Mallia worked together in a band called V.I.P. Connection in 1975 with two disco songs: "Please Love Me Again" and "West Coast Drive", songs known by the collectors or/and the amateurs of the beginning of disco music.
Voyage is the 1977 self-titled debut album by French disco group, Voyage. The songs on the album paid a nodding homage to musical styles of different regions of the world, as if the band and its listeners were taking a jet set trip around the world, finally landing triumphantly in America, as if it were the center of the disco universe, with the song Lady America.
As was the case with a number of disco albums during the 1970s, all cuts of Voyage's debut release made it to number one on the disco chart.

In Voyage's case, they went to number one on the disco chart with their debut release for three weeks.
Although no cuts made the US pop singles chart, the single "From East to West" peaked at number eighty-five on the soul singles chart. Overseas, "From East to West" went to number 13 on the UK Singles Chart.

Side A
A1. From East To West - 7:08
A2. Point Zero - 4:35
A3. Orient Express - 5:01

Side B
B1. Scotch Machine - 3:27
B2. Bayou Village - 1:50
B3. Latin Odyssey - 4:49
B4. Lady America - 6:57

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Release: 1978
Genre: Disco / Funk
Format: LP
Label: GTO Records
Catalog# GTLP030
Prijs: €6,95

Vinyl: Goed
Cover: Goed / voorkant kleine stickerschade

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