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David Christie - Paris By Night / Disco Cha-Cha (1976)

David Christie – Paris By Night / Disco Cha-Cha (7″ vinyl single, 1976)

Lets start the month off with these great hot dance tracks! David was no stranger to the different styles of dance music. 200 more words

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Tommy Nilsson ‎– Radio Me (1981)

Tommy Nilsson – Radio Me (7″ vinyl single, 1981)

Also see related post: Tommy Nilsson ‎– No Way No How (Album, 1981)

After the successful release of Tommy Nilsson’s debut single, “No Way No How”, David Christie and Jack Robinson wrote an extra song for Tommy titled “Radio Me”, and this was the second single released in 1981. 64 more words

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David Christie - Une Nuit (1986)

David Christie – Une Nuit (One Night) 7″ vinyl single 1986.

One of my favourite ballads by David Christie is the beautiful song “Une Nuit” (One Night). 183 more words

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Nicole Valérie - S'Aimer En Atlantique / Ma Prière D'amour (1994)

Nicole Valérie is a French singer and songwriter from Landes, France. Over the years, Nicole has recorded and released a number of albums which includes a wide range styles/genres, and also music for children. 254 more words

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Vigon - Dreams / Take Me (1971)

Lester Vigon – Dreams / Take Me (7″ vinyl single, 1971)

Vigon (real name Abdelghafour Mouhsine) is a French-Moroccan R&B/Soul singer, who had a number of hit singles and EPs in the 60’s and 70’s. 119 more words

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James Bolden - Back With My Baby / Flashback (1981)

James Bolden (David Christie) – Back With My Baby / Flashback (7″ vinyl single, 1981)

Continued from previous post, see James Bolden – Priorities / If It Feels Good Baby (1980) 325 more words

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James Bolden - Priorities / If It Feels Good Baby (1980)

James Bolden (David Christie) – Priorities / If It Feels Good Baby (7″ single, 1980)

Jacques Pepino adopted his stage name David Christie early in his career, but he also used the pen name James Bolden in all his work as a composer. 254 more words

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