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1978 Disco

This was the year when songs from the "Saturday Night Fever" and "Thank God It's Friday" soundtracks hit the top of the charts and propelled the Trammps, the Bee Gees, Kool and the Gang, Donna Summer, and other artists to new heights. Among the best songs of the year are "I Want Your Love" by Chic, "He's the Greatest Dancer" by Sister Sledge, "Take That to the Bank" by Shalamar, and "From East to West" by Voyage.

Disco Music released during 1978:

  • 21st Creation - "Dance With Me" - electro-disco version of the 1976 Marvin Gaye soul song with slightly modified lyrics
  • A Taste of Honey - "Boogie Oogie Oogie" - reached #1 Pop in the USA in September 1978
  • Adrian Baker - "Feel Like Dancing" - electro-disco
  • Adriano Celentano - "Che Cosa Ti Farei" - Italian disco
  • Adriano Celentano - "La Moglie, L'amante, L'amica" - Italian disco
  • Adriano Celentano - "Lascero'" - Italian rock-disco
  • Adriano Celentano - "Sei Proprio Tu (Don't Get Me Wrong)" - Italian disco
  • African Magic Combo - "Man was Born in Africa"
  • Afro-Cuban Band - "Baila" - disco in English and Spanish
  • Afro-Cuban Band - "Rhythm of Life"
  • Afro-Cuban Band - "The Moon is the Daughter of the Devil"
  • Ajda Pekkan - "Combien Je T'Aime (You're the Most Precious Thing in My Life)" - French disco cover of the 1978 Love and Kisses track written by Alec R. Costandinos
  • Ajda Pekkan - "Je Danse" - French disco
  • Ajda Pekkan - "Un Amour Qui S'En Va" - French disco
  • Al Hudson and the Soul Partners - "Dance, Get Down (Feel the Groove)" - disco-funk
  • Al Hudson and the Soul Partners - "Small Talk"
  • Al Matthews - "People are People"
  • Al Matthews - "Run to You" - electro-disco-soul
  • Alec R. Costandinos (a.k.a. Alexandre Kouyoumdjian) - "Grooves"
  • Alec R. Costandinos and the Syncophonic Orchestra - "Romeo and Juliet"
  • Alec R. Costandinos and the Syncophonic Orchestra - "The Hunchback of Notre Dame: The Pope of Fools / La Esmeralda / The Inconvenience of Following a Pretty Girl in the Streets at Night / Phoebus / You Are Accused Before Us / The Court of Miracles / Notre Dame / Phoebus and Esmeralda / Gringoire and the Duke of Egypt / Dom Claude's Confession / Hanging of the Sorceress / The Attack / Quasimodo's Marriage" - disco in English and Spanish
  • Alfie Davison - "Love is a Serious Business"
  • Alicia Bridges - "I Love the Nightlife (Disco 'Round)" - electro-disco; reached #5 Pop in the USA in December 1978, #32 Pop in the U.K. in late 1978
  • Alonzo Turner - "Whoever Said It"
  • Amadeo - "Holiday"
  • Amadeo - "Let Be Spirit"
  • Amadeo - "Life Train"
  • Amadeo - "Real Magic" - electro-disco
  • Amadeo - "Take it Easy"
  • Amanda Lear - "Gold"
  • Amant - "Hazy Shades of Love"
  • Amant - "If There's Love"
  • Amii Stewart - "Knock on Wood" - rock-disco remake of an Eddie Floyd song; reached #1 Pop in the USA in April 1979, #6 Pop in the U.K. in May 1979
  • Amii Stewart - "Light My Fire/137 Disco Heaven" - electro-disco medley; first half is a cover of the 1967 Doors classic; reached #5 Pop in the U.K. in July 1979, #69 Pop in the USA in summer 1979
  • Amii Stewart - "You Really Touched My Heart"
  • Anacostia - "Anything for You" - disco-soul
  • André Gagnon - "Smash"
  • Animation - "Space Traveler"
  • Ann Joy and the Igloo Rhythm Band - "Love Now Hurt Later" - electro-rock-disco
  • Anthony Kata Group - "Bombora"
  • Antonia Rodriquez - "La Bamba" - latin-disco in Spanish; cover of the Mexican traditional song
  • Antonia Rodriguez - "Sweet Love" - electro-rock-disco
  • Arabesque - "Fly High, Little Butterfly" - disco-pop
  • Arabesque - "Six Times a Day"
  • Arabesque - "Someone is Waiting for You" - disco-pop
  • Arabesque - "The Man with the Gun" - rock-disco
  • The Aragorn Ballroom Orchestra - "Helm's Deep" - electro-disco version of Ralph Bakshi's song from the battle scene in the 1978 movie soundtrack "Lord of the Rings"
  • The Aragorn Ballroom Orchestra - "(Theme from) The Lord of the Rings" - disco version of Ralph Bakshi's main theme to the 1978 movie soundtrack "Lord of the Rings"
  • Arlene Bell - "Stop Before You Start" - disco-soul
  • Arpeggio - "Let the Music Play: Play the Music / I Wanna Tango" - first part is disco, second part is latin-disco
  • Arpeggio - "Love and Desire" - reached #70 Pop in the USA in early 1979
  • Arpeggio - "Runaway"
  • Arpeggio - "Spellbound"
  • Asha Puthli a.k.a. Asha Putli - "I'll See You Around" - mellow disco-pop
  • Asha Puthli a.k.a. Asha Putli - "I'm Gonna Dance"
  • Asha Puthli a.k.a. Asha Putli - "Legend of Thais"
  • Asha Puthli a.k.a. Asha Putli - "Music Machine (Dedication to Studio 54)"
  • Asha Puthli a.k.a. Asha Putli - "There is a Party Tonight"
  • Ashford and Simpson - "Flashback"
  • Ashford and Simpson - "It Seems to Hang On" - R&B-disco
  • Athens - "C'mon, Dance the Night Away"
  • Augusto Martelli - "Joining Together" - electro-disco
  • Aura - "L.A. Sunshine"
  • Ayla Algan - "Anlasana" - electro-disco-pop in Turkish
  • Ayla Algan - "Tchaka Tchaka Zuktu" - Turkish-flavored disco in Turkish
  • Azymuth - "Jazz Carnival" - electro-disco; reached #19 Pop in the U.K. in February 1980
  • B and B - "Boogaloo" - produced by Thor Baldursson and Mats Bjorklund
  • B and B - "Lunar Chickenfarm" - produced by Thor Baldursson and Mats Bjorklund
  • B and B - "Monster Stew" - electro-disco; produced by Thor Baldursson and Mats Bjorklund
  • B and B - "The Good Old Groove" - electro-disco; produced by Thor Baldursson and Mats Bjorklund
  • B and B - "Twilight Time" - rock-disco version of the 1958 hit by the Platters; produced by Thor Baldursson and Mats Bjorklund
  • B.T. Express - "Ride On B.T." - electro-disco
  • B.T. Express - "Shake It Off" - electro-disco-funk
  • Baccara - "(Baby, Why Don't You Reach Out?) Light My Fire" - remake of the 1967 Doors original
  • Baccara - "Darling"
  • Baccara - "My Kisses Need a Cavalier"
  • Baccara - "Parlez-vous francais?"
  • Baccara - "Yummy, Yummy, Yummy" - disco version of the 1968 pop hit by Ohio Express
  • Back in Time - "All I Wanna Love is Love"
  • Back in Time - "El Condor Pasa (If I Could)"
  • Back in Time - "Love is a Game"
  • Back in Time - "Love is What We Need" - electro-rock-disco
  • Back in Time - "Proposition"
  • Back in Time - "The Sound of Silence" - disco version of the Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel song from 1964-1965
  • Baden Baden - "Balla Balla" - rock-disco
  • Barry Manilow - "Copacabana (At the Copa)" - disco-pop; reached #8 Pop in the USA in August 1978; also released in a Spanish version, "En el Copa"
  • Barry White - "Your Sweetness is My Weakness" - disco beat only in the beginning section and then resuming about 2 minutes 36 seconds later for another 32 seconds; reached #60 Pop in the USA
  • Beaucarty - "Dancing Ball"
  • Beautiful Bend - "Ah-Do It" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Beautiful Bend - "Boogie Motion" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Beautiful Bend - "Make that Feeling Come Again" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Beautiful Bend - "That's the Meaning" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Bebu Silvetti - "Concert from the Stars"
  • Bebu Silvetti - "Love Secrets"
  • Bebu Silvetti - "One Note Samba" - Brazilian-flavored disco version of the song written by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Newton Mendonça
  • Bebu Silvetti - "Sky Lab"
  • Bebu Silvetti - "Sun After the Rain"
  • Bebu Silvetti - "Velvet Hands"
  • [Leroy] Bell and [Casey] James - "Livin' It Up (Friday Night)" - reached #15 Pop in the USA in April 1979
  • Belle Farms Estate - "Puddin'" - disco-funk - produced by Maynard Parker
  • Betty LaVette (a.k.a. Betty Haskins) - "Doin' the Best that I Can"
  • Biddu Orchestra - "Disco Medley #1" - medley of extended disco covers and versions of "Theme from 'Shaft'" by Isaac Hayes, "Star Wars Theme", "Can't Give You Anything (But My Love)" by the Stylistics, "Reach Out (I'll Be There)" by the Four Tops, and "Love Train" by the O'Jays
  • Biddu Orchestra - "Disco Medley #2" - rock-disco medley of extended disco versions of "All Right Now" by Free, "Sugar Sugar" by the Archies, "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" by Marvin Gaye, and "Aquarius" by the 5th Dimension
  • Biddu Orchestra - "Disco Medley #4" - disco medley of condensed versions of "Jailhouse Rock" by Elvis Presley, "Band of Gold" by Freda Payne, "Now is the Time" by Jimmy James and the Vagabonds, "Rock Your Baby" by George McCrae, and "Kung Fu Fighting" by Carl Carlton
  • Biddu Orchestra - "James Bond Disco Theme (Journey into Fantasy)" - discofied version of the movie theme song
  • Biddu Orchestra - "The Stud" - theme song to the Joan Collins movie "The Stud"
  • Biddu Orchestra - "Un Homme et Une Femme" - discofied version of the 1966 film theme "A Man and a Woman (Un Homme et Une Femme)"
  • Biddu Orchestra - "Unfinished Journey"
  • Big Apple Brass - "Finger Lickin' Disco"
  • Bill Anderson - "I Can't Wait Any Longer" - country-disco; reached #80 Pop in the USA in summer 1978
  • Bill Summers and Summers Heat - "Straight to the Bank" - jazzy electro-disco
  • Billy Preston and Syreeta [Wright] - "Go For It"
  • Bimbo Jet - "Love Ship" - electro-disco
  • Bimbo Jet - "Love to Love" - disco in English and Spanish
  • Bionic Boogie - "Chains" - funky disco - produced by Gregg Diamond
  • Bionic Boogie - "Cream (Always Rises to the Top)" - produced by Gregg Diamond
  • Bionic Boogie - "Fess Up to the Boogie" - rock-disco; produced by Gregg Diamond
  • Bionic Boogie - "Holding Back" - R&B-disco; produced by Gregg Diamond
  • Bionic Boogie - "Hot Butterfly" - mellow disco - produced by Gregg Diamond
  • Bionic Boogie - "When the S*** Hits the Fan (Rocket Pocket)" - electro-rock-disco
  • Bionic Elegance - "You're the One that I Want" - mellow disco-pop cover of the song from the 1978 movie "Grease"
  • Bird Rollins - "No Heat No Hot Water"
  • Black Diamond - "New York City Dream"
  • Black Sun - "Big Money"
  • Black Sun - "Black Sun"
  • Blackwell - "Boogie Down and Mess Around" - funky disco
  • Blair - "Who is Blair"
  • Blondie - "Heart of Glass" - electro-punk-disco; reached #1 Pop in the USA in April 1979, #1 Pop in the U.K. in February 1979
  • The Blue Notes - "All I Need" - disco version of a Temptations song
  • The Blue Notes - "Disco Explosion" - funky disco
  • The Blue Notes - "Power of Love"
  • Bob McGilpin - "Go for the Money"
  • Bob McGilpin - "Superstar"
  • Bombo Orchestra - "Mundial Bombo '78"
  • Boney M - "Dancing in the Streets"
  • Boney M - "Rasputin" - Russian-flavored disco; reached #2 Pop in the U.K. in October 1978
  • Bonnie St. Claire a.k.a. Bonny St. Claire - "(Don't Let Them) Stop the Music"
  • Boyfriends - "Kapag Kasayaw Kita" - Tagalog disco from the Philippines
  • Boyfriends - "Mula Ng Makilala Kita" - Tagalog electro-disco-pop from the Philippines
  • Boyfriends - "Sumayaw, Sumunod" - Tagalog disco from the Philippines
  • Brainstorm - "We're on Our Way Home"
  • Brandye - "Mr. Mystery"
  • Brandye - "Rhythm of Love"
  • Brenda and Herb - "I Who Have Nothing" - disco version of the 1963 Ben E. King and 1970 Tom Jones hit
  • Brenda Harris - "Freakin' Freak" - funky disco
  • Brenda Harris - "Making Love Will Keep You Fit"
  • Brenda Mitchell - "Body Party"
  • Brenda Mitchell - "Don't You Know" - electro-disco
  • Broadway - "Kiss You All Over" - disco version of the Exile hit
  • Brotherhood of Man - "You Can Say That Again" - mellow disco-pop
  • Buffalo Smoke - "Stubborn Kind of Fella" - disco version of the 1963 Marvin Gaye song "Stubborn Kind of Fellow" with modified lyrics
  • Bumblebee Unlimited - "Lady Bug (I Just Wanna Be Your Lady Bug)" - electro-disco
  • Byron Burns - "Ooh Baby" - disco-soul
  • C.J. and Co. - "Beware the Stranger"
  • C.J. and Co. - "Big City Sidewalk"
  • C.J. and Co. - "Burning Drums of Fire"
  • C.J. and Co. - "Deadeye Dick"
  • C.J. and Co. - "Hear Say"
  • C.K.B. - "City Woman" - electro-disco
  • C.K.B. - "Superman" - electro-disco
  • C.K.B. - "Woman to Woman" - electro-disco
  • Cab Calloway - "Minnie the Moocher (Disco Version)" - jazzy disco remake of his 1931 original
  • Caesar Frazier - "Child of the Wind"
  • Café Crème - "Discomania (Beatles Medley)" - medley of disco covers of Beatles classics
  • California - "I Can Hear Music (Special Disco Mix)" - disco version of the 1969 Beach Boys hit
  • Cameo - "It's Serious" - disco-funk
  • Candi Staton (a.k.a. Canzetta Staton) - "Honest I Do Love You" - mellow disco-soul
  • Candi Staton (a.k.a. Canzetta Staton) - "Victim"
  • Capflight - "Dance 'n' Fly" - disco-pop
  • Carly Simon - "Tranquilo (Melt My Heart)" - disco-pop
  • Carol Bayer Sager - "I Don't Wanna Dance No More"
  • Carol Douglas - "Burnin'"
  • Carol Douglas - "Fell in Love for the First Time Today"
  • Carol Douglas - "I Want to Stay with You"
  • Carol Douglas - "Let's Get Down to Doin' It Tonight"
  • Carol Douglas - "Night Fever" - cover of the Bee Gees original
  • Carole King (a.k.a. Carol Klein) - "Disco Tech"
  • Caroline Crawford - "Coming on Strong" - electro-rock-disco
  • Carolyne Bernier - "Secret Agent Love"
  • Carolyne Bernier - "Whatcha Gonna Do" - mellow disco-pop
  • Carrie Lucas with the Whispers - "Street Corner Symphony" - incorporates elements from 1950s and 1960s pop hits
  • Carrie Lucas with the Whispers - "Tic Toc" - jazzy disco
  • Carsten Bohn's Bandstand - "Disco Cisco" - electro-disco
  • Die Caufner-Schwestern - "Komm doch" - German disco
  • Celi Bee (a.k.a. Celida Camacho) - "Boomerang"
  • Celi Bee (a.k.a. Celida Camacho) - "Fly Me on the Wings of Love: Higher, Higher/Love, Look What You've Done to Me/Midnight Passion/Epilogue"
  • Celi Bee and the Buzzy Bunch - "Comin' Up Strong"
  • Celi Bee and the Buzzy Bunch - "Disposable Love"
  • Celi Bee and the Buzzy Bunch - "Hold Your Horses, Babe"
  • Celi Bee and the Buzzy Bunch - "Macho (A Real, Real, One)"
  • Cellophane - "Dance with Me (Let's Believe)"
  • Cellophane - "Super Queen"
  • [Jean-Marc] Cerrone - "Look for Love"
  • Chain Reaction - "Changes" - funky disco
  • Chanson - "Don't Hold Back" - disco-funk; reached #21 Pop in the USA in February 1979
  • Chanson - "I Can Tell"
  • Chantal Pary - "Jamais (La Paloma)" - electro-disco version with French lyrics of the song "La Paloma" written by Sebastián Yradier and first performed in 1855
  • Charisma - "Heaven is Just One Night Away"
  • Charisma - "Just Walk in My Shoes" - disco version of the song written by H. Mastor and K. Miller and performed by Gladys Knight and the Pips in 1966
  • Charisma - "You're My Fantasy"
  • Charles Earland - "Let the Music Play" - jazzy electro-disco
  • Charo (a.k.a. María Baeza) - "Concierto de Aranjuez" - Spanish-flavored disco version of Joaquín Rodrigo's 1939 composition
  • Charo (a.k.a. María Baeza) - "Love Boat Theme" - disco version of the theme song to the television sitcom "Love Boat"
  • Charo (a.k.a. María Baeza) - "(Mamacita) Dónde Está Santa Claus?" - disco in Spanish and English; cover of the Christmas song by Augie Rios
  • Charo (a.k.a. María Baeza) - "Ole Ole"
  • Charo (a.k.a. María Baeza) - "Stay with Me"
  • Cherry Laine - "Catch the Cat" - rock-disco
  • Cherry Laine - "Come On and Sing"
  • Cheryl Lynn - "Got to Be Real" - R&B-disco/R&B; reached #12 Pop in the USA in February 1979
  • Cheryl Lynn - "Star Love" - reached #62 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • Cheryl Lynn - "You Saved My Day"
  • Chi-Chi Favelas - "Cocaine Part One / Discocaine / Cocaine Part Two" - electro-rock-disco
  • Chi-Chi Favelas - "Give it to Me" - electro-disco
  • Chi-Chi Favelas - "Rock Solid" - electro-rock-disco
  • Chic - "Chic Cheer"
  • Chic - "Happy Man"
  • Chic - "I Want Your Love" - reached #7 Pop in the USA in May 1979, #4 Pop in the U.K.
  • Chic - "Le Freak" - funky disco; reached #1 Pop in the USA in December 1978, #7 Pop in the U.K. in December 1978
  • Chic - "Sometimes You Win"
  • Chilly - "Better Stop" - rock-disco
  • Chilly - "C'mon Baby"
  • Chilly - "For Your Love" - rock-disco cover of the Yardbirds' rock classic
  • Chilly - "Key of Love"
  • Chocolat's - "Brasilia Carnival" - electro-disco in Portuguese
  • Chocolat's - "Ma Gigolette" - disco in French
  • Chorus and Disco Company - "Bongo Boy"
  • Chorus and Disco Company - "Discoland" - disco-funk
  • Chorus and Disco Company - "Mr. Verdi" - disco including disco renditions of Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Aida"
  • Chromium - "Beam On" - electro-rock-disco-pop
  • Chromium - "Fly on UFO" - electro-disco-pop
  • Cissy Houston (a.k.a. Emily Houston) - "Think It Over"
  • Cissy Houston (a.k.a. Emily Houston) - "Somebody Should Have Told Me"
  • Cissy Houston (a.k.a. Emily Houston) - "Warning-Danger (This Love Affair May be Hazardous to You)"
  • Class - "Get Your Chic Together"
  • Claudia Cardinale - "Sun... I Love You"
  • Claudja Barry - "Dancin' Fever" - electro-disco; reached #72 Pop in the USA in early 1978
  • Claudja Barry - "I Wanna Be Loved By You" - disco version of the 1928 song by Helen Kane
  • Claudja Barry - "Sunshine Love" - mellow disco
  • Claudja Barry - "Take It Easy"
  • Cloud One - "Happy Music" - electro-disco; produced by Patrick Adams
  • Cognac (with the Salsoul Orchestra) - "How High" - jazzy disco
  • Coincidence - "Mr Right"
  • Connie Francis - "Where the Boys Are (Disco Version)" - disco-pop remake of her 1961 slow pop hit; also released in Spanish ("Donde Hay Chicos"), Italian ("C'e Qualcuno (Disco)"), and Japanese versions
  • Constellation Orchestra - "Cosmic Melody"
  • Constellation Orchestra - "Dancing Angel"
  • Constellation Orchestra - "Perfect Love Affair"
  • Cosa Rica Band - "Baila" - funky disco
  • Creme D'Cocoa - "Baby, Don't You Know" - R&B-disco
  • Creme D'Cocoa - "Party Land" - R&B-disco
  • Creme D'Cocoa - "Toe Jam"
  • Cristina Monet - "Disco Clone" - parody; the remix of this song was re-released under the title "Ballad of Immoral Manufacture" in 1980
  • Crown Heights Affair - "Galaxy of Love"
  • Crown Heights Affair - "I'm Gonna Love You Forever"
  • Crown Heights Affair - "Say a Prayer for Two" - funky disco
  • Crystal Grass - "Arrivedercci Roma" - Italian disco
  • Crystal Grass - "Believe in Magic / Love Train Theme"
  • Crystal Grass - "Hot Love in Spain / Porompompero" - latin-disco in English and Spanish
  • Crystal Grass - "Love Train to Greece"
  • Crystal Grass - "Never on Sunday"
  • Crystal Grass - "Overture to Love Train" - rock-disco
  • Crystal Grass - "What Now My Love" - disco in English and French
  • Curtis Mayfield - "No Goodbyes"
  • Curtis Mayfield - "You Are, You Are" - also recorded a little earlier that year by Linda Clifford
  • D.C. LaRue (David Charles L'Heureux) - "Dancing with Strangers"
  • D.C. LaRue (David Charles L'Heureux) - "I'll Wake Up Screaming in the Middle of the Night"
  • D.C. LaRue (David Charles L'Heureux) - "Let Them Dance"
  • D.C. LaRue (David Charles L'Heureux) - "Pounding with Desire"
  • Daddy Dewdrop - "Nanu Nanu (Get Funky Wich You)" - funky electro-disco
  • Dalida - "Ca Me Fait Rever" - French disco; 15-minute medley of Dalida's hits
  • Dalida - "Génération 78" - French disco
  • Damon Harris - "It's Music"
  • Damon Harris - "Silk"
  • Dan Hartman - "Countdown/This is It" - "This is It" reached #17 Pop in the U.K. in February 1979 and #91 Pop in the USA in early 1979
  • Dan Hartman - "Instant Replay" - reached #29 Pop in the USA in January 1979, #8 Pop in the U.K. in November 1978
  • Dan Hartman - "Love is a Natural Thing" - disco-pop
  • Daniel Fleury - "Skate Dance" - jazzy electro-disco
  • Danny Johnson - "Dance, Dance, Dance"
  • David Boydell - "City Music" - electro-disco
  • David Boydell - "Disco Dub" - mellow electro-disco
  • David Boydell - "En Afrique" - electro-disco
  • David Boydell - "Hi, Hi, Hi, Use Your Body"
  • David Boydell - "Use Your Body" - funky disco
  • David Boydell - "Wish It Were Me (Dub Dancing)" - mellow disco
  • David Christie - "Don't Stop Me, I Like It" - electro-disco
  • David Naughton - "Makin' It" - disco-pop; reached #5 Pop in the USA in July 1979; theme song of the short-lived TV sitcom "Makin' It"
  • David Simmons - "Will They Miss Me"
  • David Williams - "Come on Down, Boogie People"
  • Davis Import - "I'm Glad You're Mine"
  • Deborah Washington - "Fire" - electro-disco
  • Deborah Washington - "Love Shadow/Standing in the Shadows of Love" - second half is a disco version of the 1967 Motown song "Standing in the Shadows of Love" by the Four Tops
  • Deborah Washington - "Ready or Not" - mellow disco
  • Deborah Washington - "Take a Chance with Me"
  • Deborah Washington - "The Letter" - disco version of the 1967 hit by the Box Tops
  • Decimo - "Theme from Shaft" - fully disco version of the 1971 Isaac Hayes hit
  • Dee D. Jackson (a.k.a. Deirdre Cozier) - "Venus, the Goddess of Love" - electro-rock-disco
  • Dee Dee - "I Put a Spell on You" - electro-latin-disco version of the 1957 song by Screamin' Jay Hawkins
  • Deep South Dance Band featuring Amber - "Dancin' Place (Theme from Zoli's)"
  • Deep South Dance Band featuring Amber - "Disco Dixie (Theme from the New South)" - medley of discofied traditional songs from the American south
  • Delegation - "Back Door Love"
  • Delegation - "Soul Trippin'"
  • Delilah - "Are You Ready"
  • Delilah - "Dancing in the Fire"
  • Delilah - "Give a Little Love"
  • Delilah - "Showbiz Medley: Showbiz / The Stripper / Night Train"
  • Demis Roussos - "L.O.V.E. Got a Hold on Me"
  • Dennis Coffey - "Calling Planet Earth"
  • Dennis Coffey - "Love Encounter" - electro-disco
  • [Eumir] Deodato - "Whistle Bump"
  • Desmond Child and Rouge - "Our Love is Insane" - rock-disco
  • The Destiny Orchestra - "Spring Rain" - cover of Bebu Silvetti's 1976 song
  • The Detroit Emeralds - "I Can't Seem to Forget" - disco-soul
  • Dexter Wansel - "I Just Want to Love You" - electro-disco
  • Diana Ross - "What You Gave Me"
  • Diana Ross - "Your Love is So Good for Me" - electro-disco-funk; reached #49 Pop in the USA in 1978
  • Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, and Stevie Wonder - "Pops, We Love You (Special Disco Version)"
  • Dinosaur - "Kiss Me Again" - rock-disco
  • Disco Circus - "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" - rock-disco version of the 1968 hard-rock hit by Iron Butterfly
  • Disco Circus - "Over and Over" - electro-disco
  • Disco Circus - "The Mexican" - electro-latin-rock-disco
  • Disco J.J.S. - "V.S.O.P American" - electro-disco record promoting the sale in Japan of V.S.O.P. cognac
  • Disco Kids - "Close to You" - disco version of the 1970 hit "(They Long to Be) Close to You" by the Carpenters
  • Disco Kids - "Flick My Bic"
  • Disco Kids - "It Ain't What You Do" - mellow disco
  • Disco Kids - "Lover's Concerto" - mellow disco version of "A Lover's Concerto", the 1965 hit by The Toys
  • Disco Kids - "Sweathogs" - electro-disco
  • Disco Light Orchestra - "Night Fever" - mellow jazzy disco; instrumental cover of the Bee Gees hit
  • Disco Light Orchestra - "Saturday Night"
  • Discobolos - "Zarli" - Czech disco
  • Discocuecas - "É Só Dançar" - Portuguese disco from Brazil
  • Dobie Gray - "You Can Do It" - rock-disco-pop - reached #37 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • Doc, Aikens and Shields - "Starvin' for the Music"
  • Dolly Parton - "Baby I'm Burnin'" - country-disco; reached #25 Pop in the USA in early 1979
  • Don Downing - "Doctor Boogie" - mellow disco
  • Don Downing - "Half Past Love"
  • Don Ray - "Garden of Love"
  • Don Ray - "Got To Have Loving" - reached #44 Pop in the USA in 1978
  • Don Ray - "Midnight Madness"
  • Donna McGhee - "Do As I Do" - mellow electro-disco-soul
  • Donna McGhee - "I'm a Love Bug" - an electro-disco remake of the 1976 Bumblebee Unlimited track "Love Bug"
  • Donna Summer - "Fairy Tale High (Live)" - reprise of her 1977 disco song, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "Faster and Faster to Nowhere (Live)" - disco reprise of her 1977 electro-disco song, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "I Love You (Live)" - reprise of her 1977 disco song, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "I Remember Yesterday (Live)" - reprise of her 1977 jazzy disco song, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "Last Dance" - reached #3 Pop in the USA in August 1978
  • Donna Summer - "Last Dance (Live)" - reprise of her hit, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "Love to Love You Baby (Live)" - reprise of her 1975 mellow disco song, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "MacArthur Park" - remake of the 1968 Richard Harris song; reached #1 Pop in the USA in November 1978
  • Donna Summer - "Once Upon a Time (Live)" - reprise of her 1977 disco song, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "Rumour Has It (Live)" - electro-rock-disco version of her 1977 rock-dance song, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "Spring Affair (Live)" - electro-disco reprise of her 1976 disco song, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "Theme from 'The Deep' (Down, Deep Inside) (Live)" - disco version of her 1977 song, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "Try Me, I Know We Can Make It (Live)" - reprise of her 1976 disco song, recorded live in August 1978 in Los Angeles
  • Donna Summer - "With Your Love" - electro-disco
  • Donna Summer with Brooklyn Dreams - "Heaven Knows" - reached #4 Pop in the USA in March 1979, #34 Pop in the U.K. in March 1979
  • Donny and Marie Osmond - "Certified Honey" - disco-pop
  • Donny and Marie Osmond - "On the Shelf" - disco-pop; from the soundtrack to Goin' Coconuts; reached #38 Pop in the USA in November 1978
  • Doobie Brothers - "What A Fool Believes" - electro-disco-pop; reached #1 Pop in the USA in April 1979, #31 Pop in the U.K. in March 1979
  • Double Exposure - "Handy Man"
  • Double Exposure - "I Declare War" - disco-soul
  • Double Exposure - "Newsy Neighbors" - disco version of the 1974 First Choice song
  • Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band - "The Gigolo and I" - mellow jazzy disco
  • Dudu França - "Grilo Na Cuca" - Portuguese disco from Brazil
  • Dynamic Sound - "Star Wars Theme" - disco version of the Star Wars movie theme, inspired by Meco's rendition
  • Earth, Wind, and Fire - "September" - R&B-disco; reached #8 Pop in the USA in February 1979
  • East Coast - "The Rock" - electro-disco-funk/electro-funk
  • Eastbound Expressway - "Cloudburst"
  • Eastbound Expressway - "Never Let Go" - funky disco
  • Eastbound Expressway - "Turn Back the Tide"
  • Eastside Connection - "Birthday Medley"
  • Eastside Connection - "Frisco Disco"
  • Easy Going - "Baby I Love You" - electro-disco
  • Easy Going - "Suzie Q" - rock-disco version of the 1968 hit by Creedence Clearwater
  • Eddie Daniels - "I Go to Rio" - jazzy disco version of the 1976 Peter Allen and Adrienne Anderson song
  • Eddie Drennon - "Disco Jam" - disco-funk
  • Eddie Drennon - "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)" - disco version of the Duke Ellington classic
  • Eddie Henderson - "Prance On" - jazzy electro-disco
  • Eddie Horan - "Can't Do Without You" - disco-soul
  • Eddie Johns - "I Put a Spell on You" - latin-disco version of the 1957 song by Screamin' Jay Hawkins
  • Eddie Kendricks - "I Can't Let You Walk Away" - disco-soul
  • Eddie Kendricks - "Pleasure Man" - disco-soul
  • Edwin Starr - "Contact" - electro-disco; reached #6 Pop in the U.K. in February 1979, #65 Pop in the USA in early 1979
  • Edwin Starr - "Music Brings Out the Beast in Me"
  • Edwin Starr - "Working Song"
  • Egide Bellanger - "Concorde" - electro-disco
  • Eine Kleine Disco Band - "Disco Concerto"
  • El Coco - "Afrodesia" - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • El Coco - "Coco Kane" - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • El Coco - "Dancing in Paradise" - reached #91 Pop in the USA in late 1978 - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • El Coco - "It's Your Last Chance" - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • El Coco - "Love in Your Life" - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • El Coco - "Ugly People" - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Elias Rahbani and His Orchestra - "Liza...Liza (Disco-Mix)"
  • Elvin Shaad - "Live for Love"
  • Elvin Shaad - "Love Me Now" - electro-disco
  • Emly Starr Explosion - "No No Sheriff" - electro-disco
  • Emly Starr Explosion - "Santiago Lover" - electro-latin-disco
  • Eric Mercury - "Take Me Girl I'm Ready"
  • Ernie Fields, Jr. - "Ride a Wild Horse"
  • Erotic Drum Band - "Action '78" - electro-disco
  • Erotic Drum Band - "Love Disco Style" - reached #47 Pop in the U.K. in June 1979
  • Evelyn Thomas - "Back to Reality"
  • Evelyn Thomas - "I Wanna Make It On My Own"
  • Evelyn Thomas - "It's the Magic of Your Touch"
  • Evelyn Thomas - "Look No Further"
  • Evidence - "Come Into My Life"
  • Evidence - "Evidence's Message"
  • Evidence - "The Evidence (Dangerous Version)"
  • Evidence - "The Evidence (Normal Version)"
  • Evidence - "That World's Life"
  • The Fania All Stars - "Space Machine (Ride Ride Ride)" - funky disco
  • The Fania All Stars - "Spanish Fever" - latin-disco
  • Fantasia featuring Peggy Santiglia - "Alice Street"
  • Fantasia featuring Peggy Santiglia - "Go On and Dance to the Music"
  • Fantasia featuring Peggy Santiglia - "Medley: Fantasia / Carnival" - Brazilian-flavored disco
  • Fantasia featuring Peggy Santiglia - "Medley: Sweet, Sweet City Rhythm / Summer in the City"
  • Fantastic Four - "Sexy Lady" - electro-disco-funk
  • Fat Larry's Band (a.k.a. F.L.B.) - "Boogie Town" - funky electro-disco; reached #46 Pop in the U.K. in March 1979
  • Fat Larry's Band (a.k.a. F.L.B.) - "Space Lady" - funky disco
  • Fever - "Standing in the Shadows of Love" - electro-disco version of the 1967 Motown song by the Four Tops
  • Finished Touch featuring Kenny Stover - "I Love to See You Dance"
  • Finished Touch featuring Kenny Stover - "Need to Know You Better"
  • Finished Touch featuring Kenny Stover - "Sunshine Love" - electro-disco
  • Finished Touch featuring Kenny Stover - "You Danced into My Life"
  • Fiorella Mannoia - "Scaldami" - Italian electro-rock-disco
  • Fire - "C'mon Let's Do It" - disco-pop
  • Fire - "I Can't Leave You Alone" - disco-pop
  • Fire - "Let's Make It Last" - disco-pop
  • Fire - "You Treat Me Good"
  • First Choice - "Hold Your Horses"
  • Flashlight - "Beware, She's Pulling My Strings" - disco-soul
  • Flashlight - "I Can Be (Everything You Want Me to Be)" - disco-soul
  • Flashlight - "Thank You Baby" - disco-soul
  • The Four Tops - "H.E.L.P."
  • The Four Tops - "Inside a Brokenhearted Man" - disco-soul
  • The Four Tops - "This House" - disco-soul
  • Foxy - "Get Off" - electro-disco-funk; reached #9 Pop in the USA in November 1978
  • Foxy - "Lucky Me"
  • Foxy - "Ready for Love"
  • Foxy - "Tena's Song" - jazzy disco
  • Francis Lai - "Garden Party" - from the soundtrack to Les Ringards
  • Frankie Gee - "Mixed Up Shook Up Boy"
  • Frankie Gee - "Spirits of the Party" - mellow disco-funk
  • Frankie Valli - "Save Me, Save Me" - disco-pop version of the song written by Barry Gibb and Albhy Galuten in 1977 for the group Network
  • Freda Payne - "Happy Days are Here Again / Happy Music (Dance the Night Away)" - first half is a disco version of the 1929 classic written by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager
  • Freda Payne - "I'll Do Anything for You"
  • Freda Payne - "Pullin' Back"
  • Freedom Machine - "Attention All the Cars"
  • As Frenéticas - "Abra Suas Asas" - Portuguese rock-disco from Brazil
  • As Frenéticas - "Dancin' Days" - Portuguese disco from Brazil
  • GQ - "Boogie Oogie Oogie" - electro-disco cover of the A Taste of Honey original
  • GQ - "Disco Nights (Rock-Freak)" - electro-disco; reached #12 Pop in the USA in June 1979, #42 Pop in the U.K. in March 1979; the instrumental backing is very similar to their song "Soul on Your Side" which they had recorded in 1976 as the Rhythm Makers, but the lyrics are completely new
  • GMT Sound - "Malaguena" - latin-disco version of the song composed by Ernesto Lecuona
  • The Galactic Force Band - "Main Title from Close Encounters of the Third Kind" - disco version of the song from the film
  • The Galactic Force Band - "Star Wars" - disco version of the movie theme
  • The Galactic Force Band - "Theme from Star Trek" - disco version of the theme to the 1960s television series
  • Gap Mangione - "Mellow Out" - jazzy electro-rock-disco
  • Garcia's Super Funk - "I Didn't Know That You Could Dance" - funky rock-disco
  • Gary Criss - "Amazon Queen"
  • Gary Criss - "Brazilian Nights"
  • Gary Criss - "The Girl from Ipanema" - disco version of the Stan Getz classic by Vinícius de Moraes and Tom Jobim
  • Gary Sharkey - "Shaking All Over" - electro-rock-disco
  • Gary's Gang - "Do It at the Disco" - latin-disco
  • Gaz - "Boogie Woman"
  • Gaz - "Cantina Band" - jazzy electro-disco version of a song from the movie "Star Wars"
  • Gaz - "Interstellar Love Affair"
  • Gaz - "Sing Sing"
  • Gaz - "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" - disco version of the 1966 film instrumental by Ennio Morricone
  • Gene Chandler - "Get Down" - electro-disco; reached #53 Pop in the USA
  • General Johnson - "Can't Nobody Love Me Like You Do"
  • Gentle Persuasion - "Litterbug"
  • Geoff Love and His Orchestra - "Also Sprach Zarathustra" - electro-rock-disco version of Richard Strauss's 1896 composition
  • Geoff Love and His Orchestra - "Barbarella: Main Theme" - disco version of the 1968 film theme
  • Geoff Love and His Orchestra - "Thunderbirds" - disco version of the 1960s television show theme
  • Geoff Love and His Orchestra - "When Worlds Collide" - disco version of the 1951 film theme
  • Geoff Love's Big Disco Sound - "Blake's Seven" - electro-rock-disco version of the theme from the BBC TV series
  • Geoff Love's Big Disco Sound - "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" - disco version of the film theme
  • Geoff Love's Big Disco Sound - "Flight Fantastic" - rock-disco version of a Nick Ingman song
  • Geoff Love's Big Disco Sound - "Logan's Run" - disco version of the theme from the TV series
  • Geoff Love's Big Disco Sound - "Princess Leia's Theme" - rock-disco version of the theme from the "Star Wars" film
  • Geoff Love's Big Disco Sound - "Space Patrol" - funky rock-disco cover of Nick Ingman's 1960s television series theme
  • Geoff Love's Big Disco Sound - "Star Wars: Main Title and 'Cantina Band'" - disco version of these "Star Wars" film themes
  • Geoff Love's Big Disco Sound - "The Time Machine" - rock-disco version of the film theme
  • The George Bussey Experience - "Disco Extravaganza: Get Yourself in Motion, Disco Extravaganzasm, George Bussey Go the Recipe, Maximum Density / Let's Go Disco"
  • George Deffet - "European Nights"
  • George K Band a.k.a. George Keller Band - "Get Down"
  • George K Band a.k.a. George Keller Band - "Get It On" - mellow disco
  • George K Band a.k.a. George Keller Band - "Lonely Queen"
  • George K Band a.k.a. George Keller Band - "Love Me"
  • George McCrae - "Hey Sexy Dancer"
  • George McCrae - "Let's Dance, Dance"
  • George McCrae - "Let's Dance (People All Over the World)" - latin-disco
  • George McCrae - "(You've Got) My Love, My Life, My Soul" - funky disco
  • Geraldine Hunt a.k.a. Geraldine Milligan - "Hang on to Love"
  • Gianfranco Fasano - "Candid Love - La Porta Dei Sogni" - electro-disco
  • Gibson Brothers - "Cuba" - latin-disco; reached #81 Pop in the USA in mid-1979
  • Gilla - "Bend Me, Shape Me" - disco-pop version of the 1967 hit by The American Breed with slightly modified lyrics
  • Gilla - "Say Yes" - rock-disco
  • Gladys Knight and the Pips - "It's a Better than Good Time"
  • The Glass Family - "Disco Concerto"
  • The Glass Family - "Mr. DJ You Know How to Make Me Dance"
  • The Glass Family - "No One Can Find Love"
  • Gloria Gaynor (a.k.a. Gloria Fowles) - "Anybody Wanna Party?"
  • Gloria Gaynor (a.k.a. Gloria Fowles) - "Goin' Out of My Head" - disco version of the 1964 hit by Little Anthony and the Imperials
  • Gloria Gaynor (a.k.a. Gloria Fowles) - "I Will Survive" - reached #1 Pop in both the USA and U.K. in March 1979; also released in a Spanish version, "Yo Viviré", in 1979
  • Gloria Gaynor (a.k.a. Gloria Fowles) - "Stoplight"
  • Gong Savana - "Tarzan Will Come" - electro-disco
  • Gonzalez - "Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet" - reached #26 Pop in the USA in March 1979, #15 Pop in the U.K. in May 1979
  • The Good Vibrations - "Darlin'" - disco-pop version of the 1968 Beach Boys song
  • The Good Vibrations - "Don't Worry Baby" - disco-pop version of the 1964 Beach Boys song
  • The Good Vibrations - "God Only Knows" - disco-pop version of the 1966 Beach Boys song
  • The Good Vibrations - "Good Vibrations" - disco-pop version of the 1966 Beach Boys song
  • The Good Vibrations - "I Get Around" - rock-disco version of the 1964 Beach Boys song
  • Goody Goody (a.k.a. Montana Sextet featuring Denise) - "#1 Dee Jay" - reached #82 Pop in the USA in late 1978
  • Goody Goody - "Bio-Rhythms" - electro-disco
  • Goody Goody - "It Looks Like Love"
  • Goody Goody - "Super Jock" - electro-disco
  • The Gospelaires of Dayton, O. - "God Helps Those Who Help Themselves" - gospel-disco
  • Grace Jones - "All on a Summer's Night"
  • Grace Jones - "Am I Ever Gonna Fall in Love in NYC?"
  • Grace Jones - "Below the Belt"
  • Grace Jones - "Do or Die"
  • Grace Jones - "Fame"
  • Grace Jones - "Pride"
  • Gregg Diamond - "Paradise"
  • Gregg Diamond - "This Side of Midnight"
  • Gregg Diamond a.k.a. Starcruiser Band - "Fancy Dancer" - mellow disco
  • Gregg Diamond a.k.a. Starcruiser Band - "Starcruisin'"
  • Grey and Hanks - "Dancin'" - reached #83 Pop in the USA in March 1979
  • Guy Bedos - "Discomedia" - electro-disco sung in English and overlaid with spoken French
  • Guy De Lo and His Orchestra - "The Pink Panther '78" a.k.a. "The Pink Panther Discostar" - jazzy disco version of the famous Pink Panther theme
  • Halina Żytkowiak. "Chwila, chwilę trwa" - Polish funky electro-disco
  • Hallelujah 2000 - "Hallelujah 2000" - disco version of Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus"
  • Hamilton Bohannon - "Let's Start the Dance"
  • Hamilton Bohannon - "Me and the Gang"
  • Harold Wheeler - "Fantasy" - mellow disco
  • Harvey Scales - "Shake-A-Matic" - electro-disco
  • Heatwave - "The Groove Line" - electro-disco or R&B - reached #7 Pop in the USA in July 1978
  • Herbie Hancock - "I Thought It Was You" - electro-disco
  • Herbie Mann - "Body Oil"
  • Herbie Mann - "Django"
  • Herbie Mann - "Etagui"
  • Herbie Mann - "Jisco Dazz"
  • Herbie Mann - "Rock Freak"
  • Herbie Mann - "Stomp Your Feet"
  • Herbie Mann - "Superman" - reached #26 Pop in the USA in April 1979
  • Heredia and Co. - "Eso es el Amor" - Spanish disco
  • Hideki [Saijo] - "Hop Step Jump" - disco in Japanese and English
  • The Hiltonaires - "Disco Pepito" - Spanish-flavored disco
  • Hodges, James and Smith - "What Have You Done For Love?" - jazzy disco
  • Hot Chocolate - "Every 1's a Winner" - funky electro-rock-disco; reached #6 Pop in the USA in February 1979
  • Hot Chocolate - "Put Your Love in Me"
  • The Hues Corporation - "Bringin' It"
  • The Hues Corporation - "Don't Forget to Woogie"
  • The Hues Corporation - "Get Up Off Your Backsides" - funky disco
  • The Hues Corporation - "Give Me Everything"
  • The Hues Corporation - "Love Dance"
  • Hurricane Fifi - "Stop Telling Lies"
  • Igal Bashan - "Montilon" - electro-rock-disco
  • Ilanit - "Hine Ba HaShalom" - Hebrew electro-disco-pop from Israel
  • Inner City Express - "Shu' Dig Dancin' (In My Hi-Heeled Shoes)"
  • Instant Funk - "I Got My Mind Made Up (You Can Get it Girl)" - disco-funk; reached #20 Pop in the USA in May 1979
  • Irma Jackson - "You Will Forget"
  • Irma Thomas - "Breakaway" - disco version of her 1964 song "Break-A-Way"
  • Irvin et Indira - "Amour Disco" - French disco-pop
  • Isaac Hayes - "Shaft II" - fully disco version of his 1971 classic "Shaft", mixed by Jim Burgess
  • Isaac Hayes - "Zeke the Freak" - disco-funk
  • Isabel - "A One Night Affair"
  • Isabel - "I Love You Disco"
  • Isabel - "Now"
  • Izhar Cohen and Alphabeta - "A Ba Ni Bi"
  • J. Joyce and Co. - "Friday On My Mind" - rock-disco version of the 1966 hit by The Easybeats
  • J. Joyce and Co. - "The Beat Goes On" - disco version of the 1967 Sonny and Cher pop hit
  • J.O.B. Orquestra - "Can't Find the Way"
  • J.O.B. Orquestra - "Open the Doors to Your Heart"
  • James Barden - "Theme from Judas"
  • James Barden - "Thirty Pieces of Silver"
  • James Last - "Besame Mucho" - instrumental disco version of the song "Bésame Mucho" by Consuelo Torres and Ortiz Velazquez
  • James Last - "Black is Black" - disco cover of the 1966 Los Bravos classic, influenced by Cerrone's disco version
  • James Last - "Boogie, Oogie, Oogie" - electro-disco cover of the hit by A Taste of Honey
  • James Last - "Charmaine" - mellow disco version of the song written by Erno Rapee and Lew Pollack for the 1926 film "What Price Glory?"
  • James Last - "I've Got You Under My Skin" - disco version of Cole Porter's 1936 classic
  • James Last - "Love is in the Air" - disco-pop cover of the John Paul Young hit
  • James Last - "People Will Say" - disco version of the song "People Will Say We're in Love" from the 1943 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical "Oklahoma!"
  • James Last - "Rasputin" - cover of the Boney M hit
  • James Last - "September in the Rain" - disco version of the 1961 hit by Dinah Washington, written by Al Dubin and Harry Warren
  • James Last - "Singin' in the Rain" - disco version of the 1929 classic
  • James Last - "Star Wars (Theme) (Live in London)" - disco version of the movie theme
  • James Last - "What is This Thing Called Love" - disco version of the 1929 Cole Porter song
  • James Last - "Yes Sir, I Can Boogie" - disco-pop cover of the Baccara hit
  • James Wells - "My Claim to Fame"
  • James Wells - "That's the Way the Wind Blows"
  • James Wells - "True Love is My Destiny"
  • Janet Manchester - "Baby Try My Love"
  • Janet Manchester - "Movie Lovers Disco"
  • Jay Black - "Love is in the Air" - disco-pop cover of the John Paul Young hit
  • Jean Mathew - "Keep On Rolling"
  • Jean Terrell - "That's the Way Love Grows" - disco-soul
  • Jerry Goldsmith - "Love Theme from 'Coma' (Disco Version)"
  • Jesse Gould - "Out of Work"
  • Jim Morrison and the Doors - "American Prayer" - rock-disco-poetry
  • Jim Morrison and the Doors - "The Ghost Song" - rock-disco-poetry
  • Jimmy "Bo" Horne - "Dance Across the Floor" - reached #38 Pop in the USA in June 1978
  • Jimmy "Bo" Horne - "Spank"
  • Jimmy James - "I Can't Stop My Feet (From Dancing)"
  • Jo Bisso - "I Wanna Dance" - disco medley with very quick sections covering (in words and instrumentation) the following dance hits, in this order: "Dancing Machine" by the Jackson 5, "You Should be Dancing" by the Bee Gees, "I Gotta Keep Dancin'" by Carrie Lucas, "Dance With Me" by Peter Brown, "Dancing in the Street" by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, and "Everybody Dance" by Chic
  • Jo Bisso - "Play Me: Desires / I Wanna Love / You are Loving Me / Burning"
  • Joe Bataan - "Continental Square Dance"
  • Joe Farrell - "Night Dancing" - electro-disco
  • Joe Tex - "Congratulations" - funky disco
  • Joe Thomas - "Plato's Retreat"
  • Joe Thomas - "Two Doors Down"
  • Joe Simon - "Going Through These Changes"
  • Joe Simon - "I.O.U."
  • Joe Simon - "If You Got the Time (I Got the Place)"
  • Joe Simon - "It Must Be Love"
  • Joe Simon - "Love Vibration"
  • Joe Simon - "Somebody for Everybody" - R&B-disco
  • John Davis and the Monster Orchestra - "A Bite of the Apple"
  • John Davis and the Monster Orchestra - "Ain't That Enough for You"
  • John Davis and the Monster Orchestra - "Disco Fever"
  • John Davis and the Monster Orchestra - "Kojak Theme" - disco version of the television show theme composed by John Cacavas
  • John Gibbs and the U.S. Steel Orchestra - "Trinidad" - Trinidad-influenced disco
  • John Gibbs Jam Band - "J'ouvert"
  • John Handy - "Play the Music (I Feel Like Dancing)"
  • John Ireland - "You're Living Inside My Head" - melody is disco version of the English folk song "Greensleeves"
  • John Ireland - "Sunshine of Your Love" - electro-rock-disco version of the 1967 hard rock song by Cream
  • John Ozila - "Dance Dance"
  • John Ozila - "Ole Mangaley" - African disco sung in an African language
  • John Ozila - "Ozila 2001" - rock-disco
  • John Paul Young - "Lost in Your Love" - disco-pop
  • John Paul Young - "Love is in the Air" - disco-pop; reached #7 Pop in the USA in October 1978
  • John Paul Young - "Standing in the Rain"
  • John Paul Young - "The Day That My Heart Caught Fire" - disco-pop
  • John Roberti - "Street-Loving"
  • Johnnie Taylor - "Keep on Dancin'"
  • Johnny Taylor - "Hey Mister Melody-Maker"
  • Jon Faddis - "Good and Plenty" - jazzy disco
  • Jon Faddis - "Western Omelette" - jazzy disco with country-western flavor
  • Jorge Santana - "Darling, I Love You" - electro-disco-pop
  • Jorge Santana - "Nobody's Perfect" - disco-pop
  • Jorge Santana - "Sandy" - disco-pop
  • Joy Fleming - "Are You Ready For Love"
  • Joy Fleming - "Feels So Good (To Be Needed Bad)" - disco-pop
  • Joy Fleming - "I Only Wanna Get Up and Dance"
  • Joy Fleming - "I Stopped Believin' in Believin'"
  • Joy Fleming - "The Final Thing"
  • Judit Szűcs - "A széltoló" - electro-disco-pop in Hungarian
  • Judit Szűcs - "Ha táncolsz velem" - electro-rock-disco-pop in Hungarian; also released in an English version, "You're Gonna Stay"
  • Judit Szűcs - "Meghalt már a nyár" - electro-disco-pop in Hungarian
  • Judit Szűcs - "Táncolj még" - electro-disco in Hungarian; also released in an English version, "Dance Me"
  • Judit Szűcs - "Tender Loving Touch" - electro-disco-pop
  • Judy Cheeks - "Mellow Lovin'" - latin-disco
  • K.C. and the Sunshine Band - "Do You Feel All Right" - funky disco
  • K.C. and the Sunshine Band - "Who Do Ya Love"
  • Karen Cheryl - "Sing to Me Mama"
  • Karen Cheryl - "There's a Sweet Melody"
  • Karen Young - "Baby You Ain't Nothing Without Me"
  • Karen Young - "Bring on the Boys"
  • Karen Young - "Hot Shot" - reached #80 Pop in the USA in late 1978
  • Karisma featuring Jocelyn Brown - "Got You Dancing" - funky electro-disco
  • Karla Garrison - "This Could be the Night"
  • Kathy Barnes - "Body Talkin'"
  • Kathy Barnes - "Your Eyes Give You Away" - disco-pop
  • Kay-Gee's - "Kilowatt Invasion" - electro-disco-funk
  • Keith Barrow - "Physical Attraction"
  • Keith Barrow - "Turn Me Up"
  • Key Hano (featuring Herb McQuade) - "Love Theme From 'Love Boat'" - disco version of the theme song to the television sitcom "Love Boat"
  • Kim Harlow - "Allo réseau" - French electro-disco; also released in an English version, "Who's on the Line"
  • Kitty and the Haywoods - "Disco Fairyland" - disco medley of nursery rhymes
  • Kleeer - "Keep Your Body Workin'"
  • Kleeer - "To Groove You"
  • Kongas - "Anikana-o"
  • Kongas - "Medley: Whatever Happened / Bongos Go"
  • Kreis - "Stary Aleks i Ostankino" - Russian electro-disco-pop
  • Kristy and Jimmy McNichol - "Go For It" - electro-disco-pop
  • Kristy and Jimmy McNichol - "He's a Dancer" - disco-pop
  • Kristy and Jimmy McNichol - "Hot Tunes" - electro-disco-pop
  • Krypton - "Can You Read My Mind" - disco version of the love song from the "Superman" film
  • L.A. Connection - "Sunshine Disco" - electro-disco
  • L.E.B. Harmony - "Childhood Forever" - cover of the 1977 Recreation-Harmony song
  • L.E.B. Harmony - "Disco Boogie" - electro-disco
  • L.E.B. Harmony - "Kid's Dance" - electro-disco cover of the 1977 Recreation-Harmony song
  • L.E.B. Harmony - "Smaller Than You" - electro-disco
  • L.T.D. - "Holding On (When Love is Gone)" - R&B-disco
  • L.T.D. - "It's Time to be Real"
  • L.T.D. - "You Must Have Known I Needed Love" - disco-soul
  • La Bionda - "Deserts of Mars"
  • La Bionda - "Hey Woman" - rock-disco
  • La Bionda - "Never Gonna Let You Go" - electro-disco
  • La Bionda - "One for You, One for Me" - italo-disco
  • La Bionda - "Sandstorm" - Arab-flavored disco
  • La Bionda - "Song for Smokey and the Bandit" - rock-disco
  • La Bionda - "Welcome Home"
  • La Pregunta - "Shangri-La"
  • Larry Hart - "Goin' Up in Smoke" - disco-soul cover of Eddie Kendricks's 1976 song
  • Larry Page Orchestra - "Ecstasy in You" - mellow disco
  • Larry Page Orchestra - "Let's Keep On Dancin'"
  • Larry Page Orchestra - "Night Starvation"
  • Larry Page Orchestra - "Restless Senorita"
  • Larry Page Orchestra - "Try Me"
  • Larry Page Orchestra - "You Do It Good" - bassline is influenced by "Disco Inferno" by the Trammps
  • Laura Taylor - "All Through Me"
  • Laura Taylor - "Dancin' in My Feet (Theme from Disco Magic)" - rock-disco
  • Laura Taylor - "I Believe" - disco-pop
  • Laura Taylor - "Lady Scorpio" - rock-disco
  • Laura Taylor - "Some Love" - rock-disco
  • Laurent Rossi - "Capitole Dancin'" - disco-pop
  • Le Frank O - "Keep on Gettin' Down" - disco-funk
  • Leif Garrett - "Feel the Need" - disco-pop cover of the Detroit Emeralds classic; reached #57 Pop in the USA in mid-1979, #38 Pop in the U.K. in April 1979
  • Leif Garrett - "I Was Made for Dancin'" - reached #10 Pop in the USA in February 1979, #4 Pop in the U.K. in February 1979
  • Lemon - "A-Freak-A"
  • Lemon - "Chance to Dance"
  • Lemon - "Hot Bodies" - electro-rock-disco
  • Lemon - "Hot Hands" - electro-disco
  • Lemon - "Inside My Heart" - jazzy disco
  • Len Boone - "Love Won't Be Denied"
  • Lenny Williams - "Freefall (Into Love)"
  • Lenny Williams - "I Still Reach Out"
  • Lenny Williams - "Midnight Girl" - soul-disco
  • Lenny Williams - "You Got Me Running"
  • Leroy Gomez - "Foolin' You" - electro-disco
  • Leroy Gomez - "Gypsy Woman" - latin-disco
  • Leroy Gomez - "Spanish Harlem" - latin-disco version of Ben E. King's 1961 hit
  • Leslie O'Hara - "Disco Banjo (Mister Banjo, Yellow Rose of Texas, Oh Suzannah)" - country-bluegrass-southwestern-disco medley of banjo-oriented tunes: "Yellow Rose of Texas" (a southwestern 1853 song by "J.K.", recorded by Don Carroll in 1955), "Oh Suzannah" (a classic folk tune originally by Stephen Foster), and "Mister Banjo"
  • Licky - "African Rock" - electro-disco
  • Light of the World - "Swingin'"
  • Linda Clifford - "Gypsy Lady"
  • Linda Clifford - "I Feel Like Falling in Love Again"
  • Linda Clifford - "If My Friends Could See Me Now" - disco version of the song written by Dorothy Fields for the 1966 musical "Sweet Charity"; reached #54 Pop in the USA
  • Linda Clifford - "You Are, You Are"
  • Linda Lee - "Go Away"
  • Lipstique - "I Wanna Play with You/Funny Games"
  • Lipstique - "Mah-Nah-Mah-Nah/Disco" - first part of the song is a disco version of the 1969 Piero Umiliani song
  • Lipstique - "Venus/Light My Fire" - disco versions of the Shocking Blue and the Doors songs respectively
  • Liquid Gold - "My Baby's Baby" - reached #45 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • Lisette Malidor - "Le Temps des Cerises" - disco in French and English
  • Little Nell (a.k.a. Nell Campbell) - "Fever" - rock-disco version of the 1958 Peggy Lee hit
  • Livin' Proof - "Theme from Livin' Proof"
  • Loleatta Holloway - "Catch Me on the Rebound"
  • Loleatta Holloway - "I May Not Be There When You Want Me (But I'm Right on Time)"
  • Loleatta Holloway - "Mama Don't, Papa Won't (Special Remix for Discos)"
  • Loleatta Holloway - "Two Sides to Every Story"
  • Lonnie Liston Smith - "Space Princess (Disco Remix)"
  • Lonnie Liston Smith - "Sunburst" - jazzy disco
  • Lonnie Smith - "Funk Reaction" - disco-funk
  • Lorraine Johnson - "Feed the Flame"
  • Lorraine Johnson - "I'm Learning to Dance All Over Again"
  • Lorraine Johnson - "Nobody's Wrong"
  • Los Jaivas - "Bebida Mágica" - Chilean-flavored electro-latin-disco
  • Lost Highway Band - "Disco Sucks" - electro-disco; hostile parody that stole the riff from "Love Rollercoaster" by the Ohio Players
  • Lou Hemsey and the New York Ensemble - "Soap Factory Disco Theme"
  • Lou Rawls - "Groovy People (Live)" - reprise of his 1976 disco-soul song, recorded live in late 1977 in New York
  • Lou Rawls - "See You When I Git There (Live)" - reprise of his 1977 disco-soul song, recorded live in late 1977 in New York
  • Lou Rawls - "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine (Live)" - reprise of his 1976 disco-soul hit, recorded live in late 1977 in New York
  • Loud-e - "Love Fever" - electro-disco
  • Louise Mandrell - "Band of Gold" - disco version of the 1970 Freda Payne classic
  • Love and Kisses - "Thank God It's Friday" - reached #22 Pop in the USA in July 1978; produced by Alec R. Costandinos
  • Love and Kisses - "You're the Most Precious Thing in My Life" - produced by Alec R. Costandinos
  • Love Committee - "Just As Long As I Got You"
  • Love Committee - "Law and Order"
  • Love Committee - "Pass the Buck" - disco-soul
  • Love De-Luxe with Hawkshaw's Discophonia - "Here Comes That Sound Again"
  • Love De-Luxe with Hawkshaw's Discophonia - "I Got that Feelin'"
  • Love De-Luxe with Hawkshaw's Discophonia - "Let Me Make it Up to You" - disco-pop
  • Love De-Luxe with Hawkshaw's Discophonia - "When We're Dancin'" - mellow disco
  • Love Exchange - "Got to Find a Disco"
  • The Love Machine - "Very Special Moment"
  • Love Symphony Orchestra - "Let Me Be Your Fantasy"
  • Love Symphony Orchestra - "Let's Make Love in Public Places"
  • Love Unlimited Orchestra - "Don't You Know How Much I Love You" - disco with unique rhythm
  • Lucky Star - "Welcome to the Promised Land"
  • Lucrethia and the Azoto 14,008 - "Delicate Jan" - italo-disco (electro-disco)
  • Lucrethia and the Azoto 14,008 - "Hey There" - italo-disco (electro-disco)
  • Lucrethia and the Azoto 14,008 a.k.a. Lucrethia and Azoto - "It's the Way"
  • Lucrethia and the Azoto 14,008 - "Sea Breeze" - italo-disco (electro-rock-disco)
  • Lucy Hawkins - "Gotta Get Out of Here" - funky disco
  • Luisa Fernandez - "Cool It, Baby" - electro-disco
  • Luisa Fernandez - "Don't Wait Too Long" - disco-pop
  • Luisa Fernandez - "Give to Me" - disco-pop
  • Luisa Fernandez - "Give Love a Second Chance" - electro-disco-pop
  • Luisa Fernandez - "Granada" - latin-disco
  • Luisa Fernandez - "I Love to Love You"
  • Luisa Fernandez - "Lay Love on You"
  • Luisa Fernandez - "Make Me Feel Alright" - mellow disco
  • Luisa Fernandez - "Stop"
  • Luv You Madly Orchestra - "Moon Maiden"
  • Luv You Madly Orchestra - "Rocket Rock"
  • MFSB - "To Be in Love" - mellow disco
  • MFSB - "Use Ta Be My Guy" - mellow disco; similar to The O'Jays' "Use Ta Be My Girl" except the lyrics are a bit different
  • M. Mayan - "System Love" - rock-disco
  • M.T.L. Express - "Dance All Night" - electro-disco
  • M.T.L. Express - "Disco City" - electro-disco
  • M.T.L. Express - "Feeling of Love" - electro-disco
  • Macho - "Hear Me Calling" - funky disco
  • Macho - "I'm A Man" - disco version of the 1967 Spencer Davis Group hit
  • Madleen Kane - "Fever" - disco version of the 1958 Peggy Lee hit
  • Madleen Kane - "Let's Make Love"
  • Madleen Kane - "Rough Diamond"
  • Madleen Kane - "Touch My Heart"
  • Major Harris - "I Wanna Dance With You" - soul-disco
  • Mandrill - "Having a Love Attack" - funky electro-disco
  • Mankind - "Time Traveller" - electro-disco
  • Mantus - "Turn Around, Boogie Down" - jazzy disco
  • Manu Dibango - "Big Blow"
  • Marathon - "I Wanna Dance" - electro-disco
  • Marc Aryan - "Never Let You Go"
  • Marcelo [Costa Santos] - "Tempo de Estio" - Portuguese electro-disco-pop from Brazil
  • Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. - "Shine On Silver Moon" - another version of the 1977 song performed by Adam Wade
  • Marina Fabbri - "Notte di Fuoco" - Italian disco
  • Marina Marfoglia - "Show Show Show" - electro-disco
  • Marion Williams - "Oh Happy Day" - gospel-disco version of the song originally recorded by the Edwin Hawkins Singers
  • Marisa Sacchetto - "I Love You So" - electro-disco
  • Marlena Shaw - "More"
  • Martin Stevens (a.k.a. Roger Prud'homme) - "Love is in the Air" - disco-pop cover of the John Paul Young hit; also released in a Spanish version, "Siempre Hay Amor"
  • Mary Love - "Turn Me, Turn Me, Turn Me"
  • Mass Production - "Scarey Love" - electro-disco-funk
  • Max B - "Sex Revolution"
  • Max Berlin's - "Dream Disco" - French electro-disco
  • Meco - "Cyclone" - disco version of a theme from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "Delirious Escape" - disco version of the song from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead" - disco version of the song from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "Dorothy's Rescue" - disco version of the song from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "Haunted Forest" - disco version of the song from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "If I Were King of the Forest" - disco version of the song from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "March of the Winkies" - disco version of the song from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "Munchkinland" - disco version of a theme from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "Over the Rainbow" - disco version of the song from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "Poppies" - disco version of a theme from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "The Merry Old Land of Oz" - disco version of a theme from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "The Spell" - disco version of a theme from The Wizard of Oz
  • Meco - "We're Off to See the Wizard (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz)" - disco version of the song from The Wizard of Oz; "Themes from the Wizard of Oz" as a segued suite reached #35 Pop USA in November 1978
  • Melba Moore - "Pick Me Up, I'll Dance" - reached #48 Pop in the U.K. in June 1979, #103 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • Melba Moore - "You Stepped into My Life" - mellow disco cover of a 1976 Bee Gees song; reached #47 Pop in the USA in early 1979
  • Mellrose - "Don't Want to Start Again"
  • Melophonia - "Feeling Good"
  • Metropolis - "Go Get It" - electro-disco
  • Metropolis - "Here's to You" - jazzy disco
  • Metropolis - "I Love New York"
  • Metropolis - "New York is My Kind of Town"
  • Metropolis featuring Barbara Ingram - "The Greatest Show on Earth"
  • Michael Jackson - "You Can't Win" - from the soundtrack to The Wiz; reached #81 Pop in the USA in early 1979
  • Michael Jackson and Diana Ross - "Ease on Down the Road" - from the soundtrack to The Wiz; reached #41 Pop in the USA in late 1978
  • Michael Mauro - "Our Love"
  • Michael Zager Band - "Dancin' Disney" - disco medley of Disney songs including "Heigh Ho", "Whistle While You Work", "Give a Little Whistle", and "When You Wish Upon a Star"
  • Michael Zager Band - "Freak"
  • Michael Zager Band - "I Wish You Would Make Up Your Mind"
  • Michael Zager Band - "Life's a Party"
  • Michael Zager Band - "Love Express"
  • Michael Zager Band - "Love, Love, Love"
  • Michael Zager Band - "Music Fever"
  • Michael Zager Band - "On and On"
  • Michael Zager Band - "Soul to Soul"
  • Michael Zager Band - "Still Not Over"
  • Michael Zager Band - "Using You"
  • Michel Legrand - "Disco Magic Concorde"
  • Mick Jackson - "Weekend"
  • Mick Rowley - "Keep On Running" - electro-disco
  • Mick Rowley - "Lightning Lies"
  • Midnight Rhythm - "Climb / Rushin' to Meet You"
  • Midnight Rhythm - "Midnight Rhythm"
  • Midnight Rhythm - "Workin' and Slavin' (I Need Love)"
  • Miquel Brown - "Dancin' with the Lights Down Low"
  • Miquel Brown - "Symphony of Love"
  • Miquel Brown - "The Day That They Got Disco in Brazil"
  • Miss Lene - "Deixe a Música Tocar" - Portuguese disco from Brazil
  • Miss Lene - "Quem é Ele" - Portuguese disco from Brazil
  • The Mistletoe Disco Band - "Jingle Bell Rock" - electro-disco version of the Christmas classic
  • The Mistletoe Disco Band - "Jingle Bells" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • The Mistletoe Disco Band - "Joy to the World" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • The Mistletoe Disco Band - "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • The Mistletoe Disco Band - "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • The Mistletoe Disco Band - "Silver Bells" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • The Mistletoe Disco Band - "Winter Wonderland" - disco version of the 1934 Christmas classic by Felix Bernard and Richard B. Smith
  • Mohammed and the Black System - "Let's Dance the Spank" - electro-disco
  • Monserate featuring Lyda Zamora - "When the Sun Goes Down" - Spanish-flavored electro-disco
  • Montana - "A Dance Fantasy"
  • Montana - "Fanfare for the Common Man" - disco version of the Aaron Copland classic
  • Montana - "I Love Music" - cover of the 1975 O'Jays classic, with slightly different lyrics
  • Montana - "Love Star"
  • Montana - "Montana and Friends"
  • Montana - "You Know How Good It Is"
  • Montana Orchestra - "Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words)" - disco version of the Frank Sinatra standard
  • Montreal featuring Uchenna Ikejiani - "Higher and Higher" - electro-disco
  • Montreal featuring Uchenna Ikejiani - "If You Believe in Me"
  • Montreal featuring Uchenna Ikejiani - "Under the Lights of Montreal" - electro-disco
  • Montreal Connection - "Silvertower"
  • Montreal Connection - "Telstar" - disco version of Joe Meek's 1962 instrumental hit for the Tornadoes
  • Montreal Connection featuring Ranee Lee - "Le Dernier Amant Romantique" - French electro-disco
  • Motown Sounds - "Bad Mouthin'" - funky disco
  • Motown Sounds - "Easy to Love"
  • Motown Sounds - "Space Dance" - funky disco
  • Motown Sounds - "You Don't Like to Party (Like I Do)"
  • The Munich Machine - "It's For You"
  • Musique - "In the Bush" - produced by Patrick Adams; reached #58 Pop in the USA, #16 Pop in the U.K. in December 1978
  • Musique - "Keep on Jumpin'" - produced by Patrick Adams
  • Musique - "Summer Love" - produced by Patrick Adams; instrumental version is titled "Summer Love Theme"
  • N.Y.C.C. - "I'll Keep My Light in My Window"
  • Narada Michael Walden - "I Don't Want Nobody Else (To Dance With You)" - electro-disco-funk; reached #47 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • Natural Juices - "Floyd's Theme"
  • Neil Diamond - "The Dancing Bumble Bee/Bumble Boogie" - disco-pop
  • Neil Sedaka - "All You Need is the Music" - rock-disco
  • Neoton Família (a.k.a. Newton Family) - "Downtown" - disco version of the 1964 Petula Clark hit
  • Neoton Família (a.k.a. Newton Family) - "Let's Go Dancing"
  • New York Disco Machine - "Give Me Love"
  • The New Yorkers - "My Baby Knows (I Like It)" - electro-disco remake of the 1977 disco track "My Baby Knows How to Do Her Thing" by Astor and the Potentials
  • Ney Matogrosso - "Não existe pecado ao sul do equador" - Portuguese jazzy disco from Brazil; disco version of a song composed by Chico Buarque
  • Nicolette Larson - "Lotta Love (Disco Stereo Mix)" - rock-disco-pop remix by Jim Burgess of her 1978 soft rock hit
  • Night Fever - "Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again" - electro-rock-disco cover of the 1971 hit by the Fortunes
  • Nino Tempo and 5th Avenue Sax - "(Hooked On) Young Stuff" - jazzy disco
  • Nonchalance - "Love Queen Boogie"
  • Norma Jean Wright - "I Like Love" - produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic
  • Norma Jean Wright - "Saturday" - produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic
  • Norma Jean Wright - "Sorcerer" - produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic
  • Ollie Baba - "Stomp Your Feet" - rock-disco
  • Olympic Runners - "Get It While You Can" - electro-disco; reached #35 Pop in the U.K. in October 1978
  • Olympic Runners - "Sir Dancealot" - electro-rock-disco
  • Olympic Runners - "Solar Heat" - disco-funk
  • Olympic Runners - "Whatever It Takes" - electro-disco-funk
  • On the Rocks - "Come to Bahia" - electro-disco in Portuguese and English
  • The Opec Family - "Love Account"
  • Orchestra 88 - "Manhattan Skyline" - cover of David Shire song
  • Orchestra 88 - "More than a Woman" - cover of the Tavares song
  • Orient Express - "Desert Disco"
  • Orient Express - "Desert Fantasy"
  • The Originals - "Blue Moon" - disco version of a song by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers that was performed by artists like Elvis Presley and the Marcels in the 1950s and 1960s
  • The Originals - "Don't Put Me On" - disco-soul
  • The Originals - "Take This Love" - disco-soul
  • Orizont - "Lyana" - Romanian disco from Moldova, U.S.S.R.
  • Orlando Riva Sound (O.R.S.) - "Body to Body Boogie"
  • Osman İşmen Orkestrasi - "Diskomatik Kâtibim: Üsküdar'dan Diskoteğe Giderken / Nihavent Longa / Mevlana, Kara Karadır / Döktürü, Süt Içtim Diskotekte / Konyalı Final / Rast Disko Intro / Hekimoğlu / Disko Kasap Havası / Azize Diskotekte / Ceddin Dede (Mehter Marşi)" - discofied Turkish instrumental melodies segued together in a continuous mix
  • Pablo Cruise - "Don't Want to Live Without It" - mellow electro-disco-pop; reached #21 Pop in the USA
  • Pacific Blue - "Argentina Forever"
  • Pacific Blue - "You Gotta Dance"
  • Pado and Co. - "Keep Me Hangin' On" - disco version of the 1966 classic "You Keep Me Hangin' On" by the Supremes
  • Pado and Co. - "Let's Have a Party"
  • Pam Todd and Gold Bullion Band - "Baise Moi (Kiss Me)"
  • Panadda Chayapark - "5,000 Nut" - Thai electro-disco
  • Panadda Chayapark - "Su Hai Mai" - Thai electro-disco
  • Panadda Chayapark - "Tak Cham Phro Khun Non" - Thai electro-disco
  • Panama - "Fire!" - funky electro-disco version of Arthur Brown's 1968 hit
  • Panama - "Nights in White Satin" - electro-rock-disco version of the Moody Blues classic
  • Panama - "No Superman" - electro-disco
  • Paradise Express - "Dance" - cover of a Paul Jabara song
  • Paradise Express - "Hold On"
  • Paradise Express - "Poinciana" - disco version of a song written by Buddy Bernier and Nat Simon that was sung by Nat "King" Cole
  • Paradise Express - "Reverend Lee" - disco version of the 1970 Roberta Flack track
  • Paradise Express - "Star in My Life"
  • Paris Connection - "Eloise" - disco version of Barry Ryan's 1968 song
  • Paris Connection - "K's Theme"
  • Paris Connection - "Medley: You've Lost That Loving Feeling/Unchained Melody" - disco versions of these classic songs by the Righteous Brothers
  • Pat Hall - "La La Jump" - Caribbean-flavored disco
  • Patricia Paay - "Malibu" - electro-latin-disco
  • Patrick Juvet - "Got A Feeling" - reached #34 Pop in the U.K.
  • Patrick Juvet - "I Love America" - reached #12 Pop in the U.K. in November 1978
  • Patrick Juvet - "Where is My Woman"
  • Patrick Norman - "I Remember You" - mellow disco-pop version of the 1942 song by Jimmy Dorsey, written by Johnny Mercer and Victor Schertzinger
  • Patrick Norman - "Paradise" - mellow disco-pop
  • Patrick Norman - "Sweet Sweet Lady"
  • Patti Boulaye (a.k.a. Patricia Ngozi Ebigwe) - "You Stepped into My Life" - mellow electro-disco cover of a 1976 Bee Gees song
  • Patti LaBelle - "Eyes in the Back of My Head"
  • Pattie Brooks - "After Dark"
  • Pattie Brooks - "Heartbreak in Disguise"
  • Pattie Brooks - "This is the House Where Love Died" - disco version of the 1972 First Choice song
  • Paul Cacia Band - "Saved By Your Love"
  • Paul Gee - "Heavens Above"
  • Paul Jabara - "Dancin' (Lifts Your Spirits Higher)"
  • Paul Jabara - "Disco Queen"
  • Paul Jabara - "Medley: Take Good Care of My Baby / What's a Girl to Do" - first part of the medley is a disco version of the 1961 hit by Bobby Vee and the Strangers
  • Paul Jabara - "Pleasure Island"
  • Paul Mauriat Plus (a.k.a. Paul Mauriat and his Orchestra) - "Power Jam"
  • Paul Mauriat Plus (a.k.a. Paul Mauriat and his Orchestra) - "You Can Do It"
  • Paul Nicholas - "On the Strip" - disco-pop
  • Peaches and Herb - "All Your Love (Give It Here)"
  • Peaches and Herb - "Love It Up Tonight"
  • Peaches and Herb - "Shake Your Groove Thing" - reached #5 Pop in the USA in March 1979, #26 Pop in the U.K. in February 1979
  • Penny McLean (a.k.a. Gertrude Wirshinger) - "Backstreet Angel"
  • Penny McLean (a.k.a. Gertrude Wirshinger) - "Boogie Heaven" - disco-pop
  • Penny McLean (a.k.a. Gertrude Wirshinger) - "Hypnotic Love"
  • Penny McLean (a.k.a. Gertrude Wirshinger) - "Kidnapped - Hijacked" - electro-disco-pop
  • Penny McLean (a.k.a. Gertrude Wirshinger) - "Midnight Explosion" - rock-disco-pop
  • People's Choice - "Changin' My Life"
  • Peter Nikys - "California Woman"
  • Philly Cream - "Jammin' at the Disco"
  • Philly Cream - "Soul Man" - disco-soul version of the Blues Brothers classic with slightly modified lyrics
  • Phreek - "Everybody Loves a Good Thing" - electro-disco; produced by Patrick Adams
  • Phreek - "Have a Good Day" - electro-disco; produced by Patrick Adams
  • Phreek - "Weekend" - produced by Patrick Adams
  • Phylicia Allen - "Around the World"
  • Phylicia Allen - "Broadway"
  • Phylicia Allen - "Josephine Superstar"
  • Phylicia Allen - "Saint Louis"
  • Phylicia Allen - "Star of Paris"
  • Phylicia Allen - "Two Loves Have I (J'ai Deux Amours)"
  • Phyllis Hyman - "So Strange"
  • Piero Umiliani - "Discomania" - electro-disco
  • The Players Association - "Going to the Disco"
  • Prince - "Just As Long As We're Together"
  • Pussyfoot - "Dancer Dance" - electro-disco
  • Quango and Sparky - "Do the Boogaloo - electro-disco
  • Quango and Sparky - "Never Say Forever" - electro-disco
  • Quango and Sparky - "San Fran Jubilee" - electro-disco
  • Quango and Sparky - "Soljering On (Hot Hot Hot)" - electro-disco
  • Quartz - "Beyond the Clouds"
  • Queen Samantha - "1864" - electro-disco
  • Queen Samantha - "Don't Stop I Feel Good" - electro-disco
  • Queen Samantha - "Singing Hallelujah" - electro-disco
  • Queen Samantha - "The Letter" - electro-disco cover of a 1968 song by The Box Tops
  • Quint - "9 to 5"
  • R.B. and Company - "Surprise Surprise" - rock-disco
  • The Raes - "A Little Lovin' (Keeps the Doctor Away)" - reached #61 Pop in the USA
  • The Raes - "I Only Wanna Get Up and Dance"
  • Rahni Harris and F.L.O. - "Six Million Steps (West Runs South)" - jazzy electro-disco; reached #43 Pop in the U.K. in December 1978
  • Ramsey Lewis - "All the Way Live" - funky disco
  • Randy Brown - "Love is All You Need" - mellow disco-soul
  • Rare Earth - "Warm Ride" - electro-disco-pop cover of the Andy Gibb song
  • Rare Gems - "Disco Jam" - funky disco
  • Rare Gems - "I Like Disco Music"
  • Rare Gems - "Million Dollar Disco"
  • Rare Gems - "Music is for Dancing"
  • Ray Conniff - "I Just Want to be Your Everything" - electro-disco
  • Ray Simpson - "My Love is Understandin'" - disco-soul
  • Ray Simpson - "No One's Satisfied"
  • The Real Thing - "Can You Feel the Force?"
  • The Real Thing - "Give Me the Chance" - mellow disco
  • The Real Thing - "Whenever You Want My Love" - disco-pop
  • Reflection (Jean Musy Orchestra) - "A Whiter Shade of Pale" - electro-disco version of the 1967 hit by Procol Harum
  • Reflection (Jean Musy Orchestra) - "A Woman in Black" - mellow disco
  • The Reflections - "Boogie City" - funky disco
  • Renne Harris - "Doctor Music"
  • Retta Young - "My Man is on His Way"
  • Revelacion - "The House of the Rising Sun/Revelacion Suite" - latin-disco version of the 1964 song by the Animals
  • Rhoda Scott - "C'est Si Bon" - French disco
  • Rice and Beans Orchestra - "Dancing Vibrations"
  • Rice and Beans Orchestra - "Music in the Air"
  • The Richard Hewson Orchestra - "Touch My Love" - mellow disco
  • The Richard Hewson Orchestra - "What Shall We Do When the Disco's Over?"
  • Richard T. Bear - "Sunshine Hotel (Just Walk on in)"
  • Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots - "You Got Those Lips" - parody
  • Rick James - "You and I" - disco-funk; reached #13 Pop in the USA in 1978, #46 Pop in the U.K.
  • Ricki Gal - "Od Avinu Hai" - Hebrew metal-disco from Israel
  • Right Track - "Wishing on a Star" - jazzy electro-disco version of the 1977 Rose Royce soul hit
  • The Ritchie Family - "Big Spender" - disco version of Shirley Bassey's 1967 hit
  • The Ritchie Family - "Good in Love"
  • The Ritchie Family - "I Feel Disco Good"
  • The Ritchie Family - "La Barbichette" - French disco; theme to the 1978 movie "Je te tiens, tu me tiens par la barbichette"
  • Rizzati Orchestra - "L'Uomo Dall'Armonica" - disco version of the 1969 movie theme "Once Upon a Time in the West" by Ennio Morricone
  • Roberta Kelly - "My Sweet Lord" - gospel-disco version of George Harrison's 1970 hit
  • Roberta Kelly - "Oh, Happy Day" - gospel-disco version of the song originally recorded by the Edwin Hawkins Singers
  • Roberta Kelly - "To My Father's House" - gospel-disco version of the religious song also recorded by Elvis Presley which is based on John 14:1-3
  • Rod Stewart - "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" - rock-disco; reached #1 Pop in the USA in February 1979, #1 Pop in the U.K. in December 1978
  • Rodrigue - "Copa Cabana" - mostly instrumental cover of Barry Manilow's hit "Copacabana (At the Copa)"
  • The Rolling Stones - "Miss You" - rock-disco; reached #1 Pop in the USA in August 1978
  • Ron Louis Smith - "Party Freaks, Come On" - funky disco
  • Ronnie Jones - "Groovin'"
  • Ronnie Jones - "Me and Myself" - electro-disco
  • Ronnie Jones - "Number One"
  • Roundtree - "Get On Up (Get on Down)" - funky disco
  • Roundtree - "Manhattan"
  • Roy Ayers - "Can't You See Me?" - jazzy electro-disco
  • Roy Ayers - "Get On Up, Get On Down"
  • Roy Ayers and Wayne Henderson - "Heat of the Beat"
  • S. Mullins and The Mullet - "Dance (Disco Heat)" - electro-disco cover of Sylvester's hit
  • Saint Tropez - "Fill My Life with Love" - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Saint Tropez - "One More Minute" - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "Fiddler on the Roof Medley: Fiddler on the Roof / Matchmaker / Sunrise, Sunset / If I Were a Rich Man / Hava Nagilah / Theme from Exodus" - discofied medley of Jewish-themed songs from the musicals "Fiddler on the Roof" and "Exodus", plus an instrumental disco version of the Jewish folk tune "Hava Nagila"
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "Night Fever" - cover of the Bee Gees hit
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "Staying Alive" - mellow disco version of the Bee Gees hit "Stayin' Alive"
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "West Side Story Medley: America / Somewhere / Maria / Tonight" - discofied medley of songs from the 1957 musical "West Side Story" by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "You Should be Dancing" - cover of the Bee Gees hit
  • Sam Jam - "Can You Feel It" - electro-disco
  • Sam Jam - "Girls" - electro-disco
  • Sam Jam - "Ma Boogie Girl" - disco in French and English
  • Sam Jam - "Petite Star" - electro-disco
  • Sam Jam - "T'as change ma vie" - disco in French
  • Samba Soul - "Black Coco"
  • Samba Soul - "Feelings/Dime" - disco version of the 1975 Morris Albert hit
  • Samba Soul - "Kriola" - Brazilian-flavored disco
  • Samona Cooke - "One Night Affair" - disco version of the 1969 proto-disco song by the O'Jays
  • Sandra Feva - "If You Want It, You Got It"
  • Sandy Mercer - "You Are My Love"
  • Sandy O'Neil a.k.a. Sandra O'Neale - "King Kong" a.k.a. "Hei! Kingu Kongu"
  • Santa Esmeralda - "Dance You Down Tonight"
  • Santa Esmeralda - "Sevilla Nights"
  • Santa Esmeralda - "The House of the Rising Sun" - latin-disco version of the 1964 song by the Animals; reached #78 Pop in the USA in 1978
  • [Carlos] Santana - "One Chain (Don't Make No Prison)" - rock-disco; reached #59 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • Sarah - "A Noite Se Vai" - cover of the Bee Gees hit "Night Fever" in Portuguese, from Brazil
  • Sarah - "A Última Dança" - cover of the Donna Summer hit "Last Dance" in Portuguese, from Brazil
  • Sarah - "Carwash" - cover of the 1976 hit "Car Wash" by Rose Royce, in English and Portuguese, from Brazil
  • Sarah - "Cidade Maravilhosa" - Portuguese disco from Brazil
  • Sarah - "Como Um Dia A Nascer" - Portuguese disco-pop from Brazil
  • Sarah - "Deixe Todo Esse Amor Pra Depois" - Portuguese disco-pop from Brazil
  • Sarah - "I Love You Rio" - electro-disco
  • Sarah Brightman and Hot Gossip - "I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper" - electro-disco-pop; reached #6 Pop in the U.K. in December 1978; opens with a melody from Richard Strauss's "Also Sprach Zarathustra" and later includes several notes from the movie theme "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"
  • Sarah Dash - "(Come and Take This) Candy from Your Baby"
  • Sarah Dash - "Sinner Man"
  • Sarava - "Sarava" - Brazilian-flavored disco; title song from the 1978 musical "Sarava"
  • Sarr Band - "Double Action" - electro-disco-funk
  • Sarr Band - "Magic Mandrake" - electro-disco
  • Saturday Night Band - "Come on Dance, Dance"
  • Saturday Night Band - "Don't (Take My Love Away)"
  • Saturday Night Band - "Touch Me on My Hot Spot"
  • Serge Gainsbourg - "Sea, Sex and Sun"
  • Sex O'Clock - "Don't Stop It"
  • Shalamar - "Cindy, Cindy"
  • Shalamar - "Shalamar Disco Gardens" - funky electro-disco
  • Shalamar - "Take That to the Bank" - reached #79 Pop in the USA in early 1979, #20 Pop in the U.K. in January 1979
  • Shalamar - "Tossing, Turning, and Swinging"
  • Shampoo - "Harlem Hustle (Queen of the Disco Tonight)" - electro-disco
  • The Sheikettes - "You Can Strike Oil in Hollywood" - Middle Eastern-flavored disco-pop
  • Sheila and B. Devotion - "You Light My Fire"
  • Sherry - "Let's Go Wild"
  • Shirley Bassey - "This is My Life (La Vita) (Disco Version)" - English version of the Italian song "La Vita" written by A. Amurri
  • Sister Sledge - "He's the Greatest Dancer" - produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic; reached #9 Pop in the USA in May 1979
  • Sister Sledge - "We Are Family" - produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic; reached #2 Pop in the USA in June 1979, #8 Pop in the U.K. in June 1979
  • Silver Blue - "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)" - Louisiana-flavored disco version of the 1952 country song by Hank Williams
  • Silver Blue - "Light My Fire" - disco version of the 1967 Doors classic
  • Silver Blue - "Tennessee Waltz" - bluegrass-disco version of the song composed by Pee Wee King
  • Silver Blue - "Yellow Rose of Texas" - disco version of the southwestern 1853 song by "J.K.", recorded by Don Carroll in 1955
  • Silver Convention - "Acuestate Conmigo" - latin-disco
  • Silver Convention - "Breakfast in Bed"
  • Silver Convention - "City in the Sun"
  • Silver Convention - "Love in a Sleeper"
  • Silver Convention - "Mission to Venus"
  • Silver Convention - "Spend the Night with Me"
  • Silver Convention - "Take Me, Shake Me, Wake Me" - mellow disco
  • Simbora Orchestra - "Brazuca"
  • Simbora Orchestra - "Simbora" - electro-disco
  • The Skyliners - "The Love Bug (Done Bit Me Again)"
  • Slang - "Johnny Guitar" - electro-rock-disco version of the theme to the 1954 film "Johnny Guitar"
  • Smash - "Chicken Stomp" - electro-rock-disco
  • Solar Flare - "Boogie Fund"
  • Solomon Burke - "Please Don't You Say Goodbye to Me"
  • Solomon Burke - "See That Girl"
  • Solomon Burke - "Yes, I Love You"
  • Soraya - "If"
  • Soraya - "My Life"
  • Soul Sensation Orchestra (S.S.O.) - "I'm Your Baby"
  • Soul Train Gang - "My Cherie Amour" - disco-soul cover of the 1971 Stevie Wonder classic
  • Space Project - "Beyond Orion"
  • Space Project - "Conquest of the Stars"
  • Space Project - "Lady Capella"
  • Space Project - "Mission to Lyra"
  • Sparkle - "Disco Madness" - electro-disco
  • Stainless Steal - "Can-Can" - disco version of the song written by Cole Porter, from the Broadway play "Can Can"
  • Stainless Steal - "It All Comes Down To Love"
  • Stainless Steal - "Messing With You (Is Like Messing with the Devil)"
  • Stainless Steal - "More than Meets the Eye"
  • Stanley Turrentine - "Disco Dancing"
  • Star City - "I Can't Get Over You" - disco-pop
  • Star City - "I'm a Man" - rock-disco version of the 1967 Spencer Davis Group hit
  • Star City - "Melody of Love (Melodia)"
  • Stargard - "Smile" - R&B-disco
  • Starzarus - "Starship Love"
  • Stephen Schlaks - "Dancing Blue"
  • Sticky Fingers - "Night Time"
  • Sticky Fingers - "Takin' a Chance on You" - electro-disco
  • Sticky Fingers - "Wastin' My Love" - electro-disco
  • Sting - "Love is the Answer" - electro-disco-pop
  • Stu Phillips - "Theme from 'Battlestar Galactica' (Disco Version)"
  • Studio 88 - "Misirlou" - electro-disco version of the 1930s song by Nicholas Roubanis
  • Sumeria - "Cosmic Traveller" - produced by Alec R. Costandinos
  • Sumeria - "Dance and Leave it All Behind You" - produced by Alec R. Costandinos
  • Sumeria - "Golden Tears" - electro-disco; produced by Alec R. Costandinos
  • Sunshine - "Take it to the Zoo"
  • Swamy and the Band of Executives - "Disco Jiver" - electro-disco
  • Sweet Cream - "Do a Dance for Love" - disco-funk
  • Sweet Thunder - "Sweet Thunder" - disco-funk
  • The Sylvers - "Come Dance with Me"
  • Sylvester [James] - "Dance (Disco Heat)" - electro-disco - reached #19 Pop in the USA in November 1978, #29 Pop in the U.K. in November 1978
  • Sylvester [James] - "Grateful"
  • Sylvester [James] - "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)" - electro-disco; reached #36 Pop in the USA in February 1979, #8 Pop in the U.K. in late 1978
  • Sylvie Vartan - "Disco Queen (Johnny, Johnny Please Come Home)" - French disco; based on Claudja Barry's song "Johnny, Johnny Please Come Home"
  • Syrinx - "Caravan" - disco version of the Duke Ellington classic
  • Syrinx - "Lover's Woman" - rock-disco
  • Syrinx - "Summertime" - instrumental disco version of the George Gershwin classic
  • Syrinx - "The Good Life" - instrumental disco version of the Tony Bennett classic
  • T.C. James and the Fist-O-Funk Orchestra - "Bumpsie's Whipping Cream" - funky disco
  • T-Connection - "At Midnight" - reached #56 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • T-Connection - "Go Back Home" - electro-disco-pop
  • T-Connection - "Midnight Train"
  • T-Connection - "Saturday Night" - reached #41 Pop in the U.K. in May 1979
  • THP Orchestra - "Crazy, Crazy"
  • THP Orchestra - "Early Riser"
  • THP Orchestra - "Tender is the Night"
  • THP Orchestra - "Two Hot for Love"
  • THP Orchestra - "Weekend Two Step" - funky disco
  • Tabou Combo - "Let Me Play That Funky Music"
  • Tara Schaft and Black Diamond - "What Now My Love"
  • Tasha Thomas - "Shoot Me (With Your Love)"
  • Tavares - "The Ghost of Love"
  • Tavares - "Slow Train to Paradise"
  • Teach-In - "Dear John" - electro-disco-pop
  • Teddy Pendergrass - "Only You" - electro-disco
  • The Tee Cees - "Disco Love Bite"
  • The Tee Cees - "Ecstasy" - electro-rock-disco
  • The Tee Cees - "Solid and Cool"
  • The Tee Cees - "The Machine" - electro-rock-disco
  • Tenderness - "Gotta Keep Trying"
  • Teri DeSario - "Ain't Nothing Gonna Keep Me from You" - reached #43 Pop in the USA in 1978; later re-recorded (2005) by the singer in a less disco style
  • Teri DeSario - "Pleasure Train" - disco-pop
  • Teri DeSario - "Save Me, Save Me" - disco-pop version of the song written by Barry Gibb and Albhy Galuten in 1977 for the group Network
  • Teri DeSario - "The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of" - disco-pop
  • Thelma Houston - "Love is Comin' On"
  • Thelma Houston - "Love Masterpiece" - disco version of the Hal Davis song
  • Thelma Houston - "Saturday Night, Sunday Morning" - reached #34 Pop in the USA in June 1979
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "Stop It"
  • The Three Degrees - "Giving Up, Giving In" - electro-rock-disco
  • The Three Degrees - "The Runner" - electro-disco
  • Thunder and Lightning - "Jesus Christ Superstar (Disco Mix)" - disco version of the theatrical song by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
  • Tibet - "Suada de Amor" - Portuguese disco from Brazil
  • Tightrope - "Boogie Two" - electro-disco-funk
  • Tim Maia (a.k.a. Sebastião Rodrigues Maia) - "A Fim de Voltar" - Portuguese disco-pop from Brazil
  • Tim Maia (a.k.a. Sebastião Rodrigues Maia) - "Acenda o Farol" - Portuguese disco from Brazil
  • Tim Maia (a.k.a. Sebastião Rodrigues Maia) (featuring Banda Black Rio) - "Estou Contigo E Não Abro" - disco-funk
  • Time Five and Kung Fu Express - "China Girl" - Chinese-flavored electro-disco
  • Timmy Thomas - "Freak In, Freak Out" - disco-funk
  • Timothy Wilson - "Keep It Up Don't Let It Go Down" - disco-soul
  • Timothy Wilson - "Sugarland Express"
  • Timothy Wilson - "(Wear Your) Red Dress (Tight)"
  • Tina Charles a.k.a. Tina Hoskins - "Fire Down Below"
  • Tina Charles a.k.a. Tina Hoskins - "I'll Go Where Your Music Takes Me"
  • Tiviera and Capitou - "Light Speed Strong" - jazzy electro-rock-disco
  • Tommy the Bitch - "Give It To Me"
  • Tony De Navara - "El Porompompero" - Spanish-flavored disco version of the Spanish guitar classic, with English lyrics
  • Tony De Vita - "Stasera Che Sera"
  • Tony Orlando - "Don't Let Go"
  • Tony Renis - "Discoquando" - disco in Italian and English, a remake of his 1960s hit "Quando, Quando, Quando"; theme song for the Italian disco television series "Stryx"; reached #19 Pop in Italy in 1978
  • Tony Valor Sounds Orchestra - "L and T"
  • Tony Valor Sounds Orchestra - "Love Has Come My Way"
  • Tony Valor Sounds Orchestra - "Midnight Affair"
  • Tony Valor Sounds Orchestra - "Opus 22" - mellow disco
  • Tony Valor Sounds Orchestra - "We Belong Together (Just You and Me)"
  • Trade Mark - "Days of Pearly Spencer" - disco version of the 1968 song by David McWilliams
  • The Trammps - "Soul Bones"
  • Trax - "Crusader"
  • Trax - "Do You Wanna Be A Star"
  • Trini Lopez - "Trini's Medley: Candida / Yellow Bird / Save the Last Dance for Me" - first part is a disco version of a 1970 hit for Tony Orlando and Dawn, second part is a disco version of a traditional Jamaican song, and third part is a disco version of the 1960 hit by the Drifters
  • Tyrone Ashley - "Don't Stop Dancing"
  • Tyrone Ashley - "Looks Like Love is Here to Stay"
  • Tyrone Ashley - "Surround Me"
  • USA-European Connection - "Baby Love" - produced by Boris Midney
  • USA-European Connection - "Come into My Heart" - produced by Boris Midney
  • USA-European Connection - "Good Loving" - produced by Boris Midney
  • USA-European Connection - "Love's Coming" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Universal Robot Band - "Freak with Me" - electro-disco/electro-dance
  • VST and Company - "Awitin Mo At Isasayaw Ko" - Tagalog disco from the Philippines; later rerecorded in bossa nova style (2006 release)
  • VST and Company - "Disco Fever" - mellow disco in Tagalog and English from the Philippines; later rerecorded in bossa nova style (2006 release)
  • VST and Company - "Hindi Ko Akalain" - Tagalog disco-pop from the Philippines
  • VST and Company - "Magsayawan" a.k.a. "Tato'y Magsayawan" - Tagalog disco from the Philippines
  • VST and Company - "Step No, Step Yes" - disco in Tagalog and English
  • VST and Company - "Swing" a.k.a. "Swing It, Baby" - disco in Tagalog and English from the Philippines; later rerecorded in bossa nova style (2006 release)
  • Valverde Brothers - "After Midnight" - electro-disco version of Eric Clapton's song
  • Valverde Brothers - "Layla" - rock-disco version of the rock hit by Derek and the Dominos
  • Valverde Brothers - "Mexican Taxi Man" - latin-disco
  • Valverde Brothers - "Standing in the Shadows of Love" - disco version of the 1967 Motown hit "Standing in the Shadows of Love" by the Four Tops
  • Van McCoy - "My Favourite Fantasy" - soul-disco
  • Venise - "Do You Love"
  • Venise - "My Man"
  • Vernon Burch - "Brighter Days"
  • Vic Henderson - "Just a Gigolo" - disco version of the Austrian song as modified by Irving Caesar in 1929
  • The Village People - "Hot Cop"
  • The Village People - "I Ain't Got Nobody"
  • The Village People - "I Am What I Am"
  • The Village People - "I'm a Cruiser"
  • The Village People - "Just a Gigolo" - disco version of the Austrian song as modified by Irving Caesar in 1929
  • The Village People - "Key West"
  • The Village People - "Macho Man" - reached #25 Pop in the USA in September 1978
  • The Village People - "My Roommate"
  • The Village People - "The Women"
  • The Village People - "Ups and Downs"
  • The Village People - "YMCA" - reached #2 Pop in the USA in February 1979, #1 Pop in the U.K. in January 1979
  • Vicente Rojas - "Esto no es para bailar"
  • Virve "Vicky" Rosti - "Dream Maker" - electro-disco in English and Finnish
  • Virve "Vicky" Rosti - "Mustaa vain" - Finnish disco version of the 1966 Los Bravos classic
  • Virve "Vicky" Rosti - "Sorry, jos oon lady" - electro-disco cover of Baccara's hit "Sorry, I'm a Lady" with English and Finnish lyrics
  • Virve "Vicky" Rosti - "Tee mulle niin" - Finnish electro-rock-disco version of Kelly Marie's song
  • Vivian Reed - "It's Alright (This Feeling I'm Feeling)"
  • Vivian Reed - "Start Dancin'" - mellow disco
  • The Voltage Brothers - "Unity (Is the Key)" - disco-funk
  • Voyage - "Bayou Village" - Louisiana-flavored disco
  • Voyage - "From East to West"
  • Voyage - "Lady America"
  • Voyage - "Latin Odyssey" - latin-rock-disco
  • Voyage - "Orient Express" - Middle Eastern-flavored disco
  • Voyage - "Point Zero"
  • Voyage - "Scotch Machine" - Scottish-flavored disco
  • Voyage - "Souvenirs" - reached #41 Pop in the USA in early 1979
  • Walter Jackson - "Good to See You"
  • Walter Murphy - "Dance Your Face Off" - electro-disco
  • Walter Murphy - "Keep Dancin' (Then It's Back to the Dungeon Again)"
  • War - "Galaxy" - funky disco
  • War - "Good, Good Feelin'" - funky disco
  • Wham - "Do You Feel Like Dancin'" - disco-pop
  • Wham - "Lovemaker"
  • Wild Fantasy - "Get It On"
  • Willie Bobo - "Always There" - jazzy disco
  • Winners - "Get on Up and Do It"
  • Winners - "Get Ready for the Future" - disco-funk
  • The Wonderland Disco Band a.k.a. The Wonderland Band - "Superman"
  • The Wonderland Disco Band a.k.a. The Wonderland Band - "Thrill Me With Your Super Love"
  • The Wonderland Disco Band a.k.a. The Wonderland Band - "Wonder Woman Disco" - electro-disco
  • Wright Brothers Flying Machine - "Don't Let Them Take You Away"
  • Wright Brothers Flying Machine - "I've Got Love In My Heart"
  • Wright Brothers Flying Machine - "Leatherman's Theme"
  • Wright Brothers Flying Machine - "Love and Affection" - disco-soul
  • Wright Brothers Flying Machine - "Only If You Want To"
  • Wright Brothers Flying Machine - "Skywriter"
  • Zack Ferguson - "Skate Board Dancin'"
  • Zou Juan-Juan - "Gū niáng de jiŭ wō" - Mandarin rock-disco from Taiwan
  • Zaliha - "Reyhan" - disco in Turkish
  • Zulema [Cusseaux] - "Change"
  • Zulema [Cusseaux] - "Higher Plane" - disco-funk

    DISCO FOR CHILDREN

    The "My First Disco Album" children's album, featuring the Kid Stuff Singers, was released as a record in 1978 by Kid Stuff Records (Kenneth J. Schwartz Records). The songs included

  • "Dance With Me" (a cover of the song by Peter Brown with Betty Wright), and
  • "Shake Your Booty" (a cover of the K.C. and the Sunshine Band hit).
    A "Special Disco Remix of the original 'Sesame Street Fever'" LP was released in 1978 in Canada by Sesame Street Records. The following songs were disco in their remixed versions, unlike the originals:
  • "Sesame Street Fever (Remix)",
  • "Doin' the Pigeon (Remix)",
  • "C is for Cookie (Remix)",
  • "Rubber Duckie (Remix)", and
  • "Has Anybody Seen My Dog? (Remix)"

    The television show "Soap Factory Disco" began to broadcast from Palisades Park, New Jersey in 1978 and lasted until 1980. It was syndicated to dozens of stations.

    Williams Electronics, Inc. released their "Disco Fever" pinball game in August 1978.

    Snoopy acted as "The World-Famous Disco Dancer" in the October 16, 1978 Peanuts comic strip.

    New York City Mayor Ed Koch declared June 19-25, 1978 "Disco Week".

    The following disco songs were included on the 1978 movie soundtrack "The Eyes of Laura Mars": "Native New Yorker" by Odyssey, "Shake, Shake, Shake (Shake Your Booty)" by K.C. and the Sunshine Band, and "Let's All Chant" by Michael Zager Band.

    The following disco songs were included on the 1978 movie soundtrack "Thank God It's Friday": "Thank God It's Friday" by Love and Kisses, "You're the Most Precious Thing in My Life" by Love and Kisses, "After Dark" by Pattie Brooks, "Last Dance" by Donna Summer, "With Your Love" by Donna Summer, "Disco Queen" by Paul Jabara, "I Wanna Dance" by Marathon, "Leatherman's Theme" by Wright Brothers Flying Machine, "Take it to the Zoo" by Sunshine, "Sevilla Nights" by Santa Esmeralda, "Floyd's Theme" by Natural Juices, and "Love Masterpiece" by Thelma Houston.

            "Chase" and "Theme from Midnight Express" by Giorgio Moroder, as well as "War Dance" and "Mirage" by Kebekelektrik, "Dance With Me" by Chilly, "Music Drives Me Crazy" and "It Takes Me Higher" and "Wonderful Girl" and "Saturn" by Ganymed, "Forget the Timing" and "One to Choose" and "Follow Me" by Black Devil, "Twist a St. Tropez" by Telex, "Automatic Lover" by Dee D. Jackson, and "Automatic Lover" by Sylvia are techno songs. "Lovin', Livin' and Givin'" by Diana Ross could also be called techno. Claudja Barry's "Boogie Woogie Dancin' Shoes" is heavily electronic Hi-NRG, not disco, and her songs "Love Machine" and "Take Me In Your Arms..." are also electronic dance numbers. "Keep on Dancin'" and "Let's Lovedance Tonight" by Gary's Gang, "I'm a Big Freak (R.U.1.2)" by Phreek, "Let Me Take You Dancing" by Bryan Adams, "Green-Eyed Lady" by Total Unity (a cover of Sugarloaf's hit), "Macho Disco Master" by Wild Geese, "Disco Zoo" by Adrenaline, and "Jungle D.J." by Kikrokos are also electronic dance. "'Cose There's Music in the Air" by Macho is another early electronic Hi-NRG song.
            "One Nation Under a Groove" by Funkadelic, "What You Waitin' For" by Stargard, and "Was Dog A Doughnut?" by Cat Stevens are electro-funk. "The Disco Scene" by Lake Shore Drive is electro-funk-dance. "Shadow Dancing" by Andy Gibb, "Disco Dancing" by Billy Preston, "Discomance" by the Wright Combination, "Happiness" by the Pointer Sisters, "Grease" by Frankie Valli, "Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose" by Teddy Pendergrass, and "Spend a Little Time With Me" by Barbara Pennington are R&B songs. The Jacksons' "Blame it on the Boogie" and "Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)" and Chic's "(Funny) Bone" are tracks that are more funk than disco. Other 1978 funk songs included "I'm Every Woman" and "Life is a Dance" by Chaka Khan, "Funk Encounter" by Constellation Orchestra, "Midnight Ride" by Barbara Pennington, "Disco Dancin'" by A Taste of Honey, "Disco Man" by Idris Muhammad, "Let's Go Disco" by Jimmy James, "Let's Go Disco" by The Real Thing, "Disco People" by Stargard, "Disco Worm" by Billy Bell (William Bell Concept Band), "Disco to Go" by Brides of Funkenstein, "Disco Junction" by Side Effect, "All Night Long" by Dexter Wansel, "Dance to the Drummer's Beat" by Herman Kelly and Life, "Groove on Down" by Dunn Pearson Jr., "Let Me Party with You (Party-Party-Party)" by Bunny Sigler, "Hi-Tension" and "British Hustle" by Hi-Tension, "Super Sporm" a.k.a. "Wonder Worm" by Captain Sky, "You Fooled Me" by Grey and Hanks, "Sun is Here" by Sun, "Get On Up (Disco Version)" by Tyrone Davis, "Agora é Moda" by Rita Lee, "Dream World" by Crown Heights Affair, and "I Like What You Do" by the Commodores. Don Ray's "Standing in the Rain", Wilbert Longmire's "Black is the Color", Quincy Jones's "Stuff Like That", Aquarian Dream's "You're a Star", "Georgy Porgy" by Toto featuring Cheryl Lynn, and Gap Mangione's "Time of the Season" are jazz-funk. "Spread Love" by Al Hudson and the Soul Partners is an excellent soulful boogie track, overall not disco but containing brief disco sections. "All Night Dancin'" by the Jacksons is very disco-flavored and up-tempo but lacks the disco beat pattern.
            "Now That We Found Love" by Third World is reggae. "Runaway Love" by Linda Clifford, "Disco Melody" by the Whispers, and "Use Ta Be My Girl" by the O'Jays are soul. "Are You Ready for Love" by Elton John starts out as a mid-tempo soul song but then in the closing section becomes a disco-beat affair; in August 2003, the re-release of "Are You Ready for Love" reached #1 on the British Pop singles chart.
            A disco influence can be detected in many of this year's pop songs, like "Shakedown Street" by the Greatful Dead, "Shake It" by Ian Matthews, "Stumblin' In" by Chris Norman and Suzi Quatro, "Love Will Find A Way" by Pablo Cruise, "When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman" by Dr. Hook (#6 Pop in the USA in August 1979, #1 Pop in the U.K. in November 1979), and the rock-oriented song "Kiss You All Over" by Exile.


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