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1979 Disco

The most popular year for disco was 1979. Disco was everywhere and at the top of the charts, and lots of radio stations had converted to an all-disco format. Discofied theme songs and intros were commonplace on American television. While there were many good disco songs in 1979 (among the most noteworthy are "My Forbidden Lover" and "Good Times" by Chic, "Under Your Spell" by Phyllis Hyman, "Rock With You" by Michael Jackson, "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by McFadden and Whitehead, and "What 'Cha Gonna Do With My Lovin'" by Stephanie Mills), there were also plenty of very bad ones, and far too many disco records flooded the market. In the second half of the year, disco's popularity began to decline.

Disco Music released during 1979:

Collage of Disco Products made in 1979

  • 212 - "Daddy"
  • 212 - "Duke's Train"
  • 212 - "Manhattan Shuffle"
  • 7th Wonder - "Do it with Your Body"
  • A Taste of Honey - "Dance"
  • A Taste of Honey - "Race"
  • A Taste of Honey - "Take the Boogae or Leave It"
  • ABBA - "As Good As New"
  • ABBA - "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)" - disco-pop; also released in a Spanish version, "Dame Dame Dame"
  • ADC Band - "At the Party" - disco-funk
  • AKB - "I'm in Heaven with You" - produced by Andy Kahn and Kurt Borusiewicz
  • AKB - "Rhythmic Feet" - produced by Andy Kahn and Kurt Borusiewicz
  • AKB - "Stand Up - Sit Down" - produced by Andy Kahn and Kurt Borusiewicz
  • AKB - "We Love a Celebration" - produced by Andy Kahn and Kurt Borusiewicz
  • Abbe [Lane] - "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" - disco version of the Diana Ross classic
  • Abbe [Lane] - "Armed and Extremely Dangerous" - cover of First Choice's 1973 hit
  • Abbe [Lane] - "Over the Rainbow" - rock-disco version of the classic from the 1939 movie "The Wizard of Oz"
  • Abbe [Lane] - "You Make It Hard to Love You" - electro-disco
  • Addrisi Brothers - "As Long as the Music Keeps Playing" - disco-pop
  • Addrisi Brothers - "Ghost Dancer" - reached #45 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • Adrian Gurvitz - "Drifting Star"
  • Adrian Gurvitz - "Love Space"
  • Adrian Gurvitz - "The Way I Feel" - rock-disco
  • Adriano Celentano - "Amore No" - Italian rock-disco
  • Adriano Celentano - "People" - disco version of the 1964 Barbra Streisand song
  • Adriano Celentano - "Stivali E Colbacco" - Italian-flavored disco in Italian
  • Adrienne Edwards e Gli Spin - "Mystic Night" - electro-disco
  • Afro-Cuban Band - "Have a Real Good Time"
  • Air Power - "Be Yourself"
  • Air Power - "Welcome to the Disco"
  • Al and the Kidd - "Al and the Kidd"
  • Al Hudson and the Partners - "Happy Feet"
  • Al Hudson and the Soul Partners (a.k.a. One Way featuring Al Hudson) - "You Can Do It" - electro-disco; reached #15 Pop in the U.K. in October 1979
  • Al Martino - "Torero" - latin-disco
  • Al Styne - "One More Touch" - electro-disco
  • Al Wilson - "Earthquake"
  • Al Wilson - "(If You Don't Believe I'm Leaving You) Count the Days I'm Gone"
  • Al Wilson - "Save a Dance"
  • Alan Sorenti - "Take a Chance"
  • Alec R. Costandinos and the Syncophonic Orchestra - "Red Hot River of Fire"
  • Alec R. Costandinos and the Syncophonic Orchestra - "Star Child"
  • Alec R. Costandinos and the Syncophonic Orchestra - "Winds of Change"
  • Alec R. Costandinos and the Syncophonic Orchestra featuring Alirol and Jacquet - "Synergy" - based on Vivaldi's "Summer" Concerto from "The Four Seasons"
  • Alfredo de la Fe - "Hot to Trot"
  • Alison McCallum - "Superman (Disco Version)" - electro-disco remake of her 1972 song
  • Allain - "Santa Monica" - electro-disco
  • Allan Harris and Perpetual Motion - "Get Ready"
  • Alma Faye Brooks - "Brother Dan" - R&B-disco
  • Alma Faye Brooks - "Don't Fall in Love" - electro-disco
  • Alma Faye Brooks - "Gimme Your Love"
  • Alma Faye Brooks - "Here's to Life"
  • Alma Faye Brooks - "It's Over" - mellow disco
  • Alton McClain and Destiny - "Crazy Love" - disco-soul
  • Amanda Lear - "Fashion Pack (Studio 54)"
  • Amanda Lear - "Lili Marleen" - disco version (in German and English) of a German poem written by Hans Leip that became an anthem sung by Marlene Dietrich in the 1940s
  • A'mbar - "Love Maniac" - rock-disco
  • A'mbar - "Sweet Lover Part 1"
  • American Gypsy - "I'm OK, You're OK"
  • Amii Stewart - "Get Your Love Back" - disco-soul
  • Amii Stewart - "He's a Burglar" - electro-rock-disco
  • Amii Stewart - "Jealousy" - electro-disco
  • Amii Stewart - "The Letter" - rock-disco version of the Boxtops' hit from 1967
  • Amii Stewart - "The Winner Takes All" - rock-disco; from the "Killer Fish" movie soundtrack LP; music by Guido and Maurizio De Angelis
  • Andy Forray - "Carry On Sharon"
  • Andy Forray - "Drac's Back"
  • Andy Williams - "Where Do I Begin (Love Story '79)" - disco version of his 1971 hit, the theme to the 1971 movie "Love Story"
  • Anita Ward - "Don't Drop My Love" - electro-disco; reached #87 Pop in the USA in December 1979
  • Anita Ward - "Make Believe Lovers"
  • Anita Ward - "Ring My Bell" - electro-disco; reached #1 Pop in both the USA and U.K. in June 1979
  • Ann Margret - "Love Rush"
  • Annie Philippe - "Don't Leave Me Lonely" - rock-disco
  • Anthony Castelo - "Kalangitan" - jazzy disco-pop in Tagalog from the Philippines
  • Anti-Rock - "D.I.S.C.O." - Italian version of Ottawan's 1979 disco hit
  • Apollo - "Apollo"
  • Apollo - "Astro Disco"
  • Apollo - "Happiness" - mellow disco-pop
  • Apollo - "Right in Front of You"
  • Aquarian Dream - "Big Boy"
  • Aquarian Dream - "Disco Juice"
  • Aquarian Dream - "Gettum Up and Dance" - funky disco
  • Aquarian Dream - "Love Slave"
  • Arabesque - "Dancing in the Fire of Love" - rock-disco
  • Arabesque - "Don't Kiss a Crocodile"
  • Arabesque - "In the Heat of the Disco Night"
  • Arabesque - "Lucifer's Lover" - rock-disco
  • Arabesque - "Rock Me After Midnight"
  • Archie Bell and the Drells - "Show Me How To Dance"
  • Archie Bell and the Drells - "Tighten Up at the Disco"
  • Archie Bell and the Drells - "We Got 'Em Dancin'"
  • Aretha Franklin - "Ladies Only"
  • Aretha Franklin - "Only Star"
  • Aretha Franklin - "The Feeling"
  • Arpeggio - "Breakout"
  • Arpeggio - "Saturday Night" - disco version of the 1973 pop hit by the Bay City Rollers
  • Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra - "Bachmania" - disco versions of Johann Sebastian Bach's "Toccata and Fugur in D Minor" and "Air for the G String"
  • Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra - "Saturday Night Fever Medley" - instrumental disco covers of "Manhattan Skyline", "Stayin' Alive", "Night Fever", "Disco Inferno", and "Night on Disco Mountain"
  • Arthur King - "Body Talk" - funky electro-disco
  • Arthur King - "Fear"
  • Asha Puthli a.k.a. Asha Putli - "Latin Lover" - latin-disco
  • Asha Puthli a.k.a. Asha Putli - "Peek-A-Boo Boogie"
  • Asha Puthli a.k.a. Asha Putli - "The Whip"
  • Ashford and Simpson - "Dance Forever"
  • Ashford and Simpson - "Found a Cure" - reached #36 Pop in the USA in October 1979
  • Atlantic Starr - "Bullseye" - disco-funk
  • Atlantic Starr - "Let the Spirit Move Ya"
  • Atlantic Starr - "(Let's) Rock and Roll" - electro-disco-rock
  • Atmosfear - "Dancing in Outer Space" - reached #46 Pop in the U.K. in November 1979
  • Aural Exciters - "Goin' to a Showdown" - disco-pop
  • Aural Exciters - "Spooks in Space (Disco-Mix)" - disco remix of their track
  • Auto - "We Got Love" - rock-disco
  • Azoto - "Anytime or Place" - italo-disco (electro-disco with Italian fiddle); reached #58 Disco in the USA in late 1980
  • Azoto - "Firefly"
  • Azoto - "San Salvador"
  • Azoto - "Soft Emotion"
  • B. Baker Chocolate Co. - "Higher and Higher (Disco Version)" - cover of the song popularized by Jackie Wilson in 1967 and Rita Coolidge in 1977
  • B-H-Y - "Come As You Are"
  • B-H-Y - "Handle Me with Love and Care"
  • B-H-Y - "Marathon Dancer"
  • B-H-Y - "Opus B-H-Y"
  • B-H-Y - "Take My Body Now"
  • Babette [Di Francesco] - "Discothèque" - French disco
  • Babette [Di Francesco] - "Gypsy" - disco in French and English
  • Babette [Di Francesco] - "Libre comme le vent" - French disco
  • Babette [Di Francesco] - "Rêvez vos belles histoires" - French disco
  • Baccara - "Ay, Ay Sailor"
  • Baccara - "By 1999"
  • Baccara - "Groovy Kinda Lovin'" - electro-disco
  • Baccara - "One, Two, Three, That's Life" - disco-pop
  • Bambu - "I Don't Wanna Lose It"
  • Banda Black Rio featuring Sonia Santos - "Sábado Alucinante" - Portuguese disco from Brazil; title track to the 1979 movie "Sábado Alucinante"
  • Barbara Jean English - "Dancing to Keep from Crying"
  • Barbara Law - "Can You Read My Mind"
  • Barbara Law - "Do It All Night"
  • Barbara Law - "Take All of Me" - rock-disco
  • Barbra Streisand - "The Main Event" - title track to the 1979 movie "The Main Event: A Glove Story"; reached #3 Pop in the USA in August 1979
  • Barry Manilow - "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed" - rock-disco-pop
  • Barry White - "Any Fool Could See (You Were Meant For Me)"
  • Barry White - "How Did You Know It Was Me?"
  • Bart Bascone - "Blue Hawaii Disco" - Hawaiian-flavored disco
  • Bazuka - "(C'est) Le Rock"
  • Bazuka - "Rock the Night Away"
  • The Beach Boys - "Here Comes the Night" - disco remake of their 1967 song; reached #37 Pop in the U.K. in April 1979, #44 Pop in the USA in April 1979
  • Ben E. King - "Music Trance" - reached #8 Disco in the USA in 1980
  • Ben Richardson a.k.a. Neon - "Sky Diver" - electro-rock-disco
  • Benelux and Nancy Dee - "Switch"
  • Berto Pisano - "Tic Nervoso"
  • Bette Midler - "Bang, You're Dead"
  • Bette Midler - "Big Noise from Winnetka" - disco version of the 1938 jazz song by Bob Haggart and Ray Bauduc
  • Bette Midler - "Hang on in There Baby" - disco version of the Johnny Bristol song, with slightly different lyrics
  • Bette Midler - "Hurricane"
  • Bette Midler - "Married Men" - reached #40 Pop in the USA in July 1979
  • Bette Midler - "My Knight in Black Leather" - electro-disco
  • Betty Wright - "I'm Telling You Now" - funky electro-disco
  • Betty Wright - "Listen to the Music (Dance)"
  • Betty Wright - "Open the Door to Your Heart / Love Train" - electro-disco-soul which has some lyrics from the O'Jays hit "Love Train" near the end
  • Beverly Johnson - "Don't Lose the Feeling"
  • Beverly Johnson featuring Osibisa - "Don't Run for Cover"
  • Big Sound Band - "Las Mañanitas" - latin-disco
  • Bill Anderson - "Double S" - country-disco
  • Bill Butler and Astrosurfers - "Notteke '79 Moving"
  • Bill Saluga - "Dancin' Johnson"
  • Billy Cobham - "Oh, Mendocino"
  • Billy Cobham - "What is Your Fantasy"
  • Billy Moore - "Go Dance" - electro-disco
  • Billy Ocean - "American Hearts" - reached #54 Pop in the U.K. in 1979
  • Billy Preston - "Give It Up, Hot"
  • Bizarre - "Don't Move"
  • Bizarre - "Get Up" - rock-disco
  • Bizarre - "Hot Hollywood Nights"
  • Bizarre - "Let Me Fill Your World with Love"
  • Bizarre - "Take the Money and Run" - disco-pop
  • Bizarre - "You Make My Life So Beautiful" - disco-pop
  • Black Ivory - "Big Apple Rock" - funky disco
  • Black Ivory - "Dance"
  • Black Ivory - "Get Down (Comin' Down)"
  • Black Ivory - "Hustlin' (You Gotta Be Dancin')"
  • Black Ivory - "Mainline"
  • Black Light Orchestra - "Can't Stop the Love" - disco-pop
  • Black Light Orchestra - "Dance, Dance, Dance" - electro-disco
  • Black Light Orchestra - "Get Me to the Disco"
  • Black Light Orchestra - "Midnight Magic"
  • Black Light Orchestra - "Show Me"
  • Black Light Orchestra - "Steppin' Out" - electro-disco-funk
  • Blonde on Blonde - "Shut Down"
  • Bloodstone - "It's All Been Said Before"
  • Bloodstone - "Just Wanna Get the Feel of It"
  • Bob-A-Rela - "Spend the Night" - electro-rock-disco
  • Bob-A-Rela - "Tobacco Road" - disco version of John D. Loudermilk's 1960 hit
  • Bob-A-Rela - "Why Does it Rain?" - rock-disco
  • Bob Esty - "Roller Boogie" - electro-rock-disco
  • Bob Esty and Cheeks - "Elektronix (Roller Dancin')" - electro-disco
  • Bob Esty and Michele Aller - "Love Fire"
  • Bob Guillaume - "I Who Have Nothing" - electro-disco version of the 1963 Ben E. King song that also was a hit for Tom Jones in 1970
  • Bob McGilpin - "54"
  • Bob McGilpin - "Get Up and Do It Again" - funky disco
  • Bob Welch - "Precious Love" - rock-disco
  • Bobby Bland - "I Feel Good, I Feel Fine"
  • Bobby Vinton and His Orchestra - "Disco Polka (Pennsylvania Polka)"
  • Body Shop (featuring Clifford Curry) - "Never"
  • Body Shop (featuring Clifford Curry) - "Our Own Private World"
  • Bombers - "Disco Galaxy"
  • Bombers - "(Everybody) Get Dancin'" - reached #37 Pop in the U.K. in May 1979
  • Bombers - "Let's Dance"
  • Bombers - "Music Fever"
  • Boney M - "Bahama Mama" - disco-pop
  • Boney M - "Bye Bye Bluebird" - disco-pop
  • Boney M - "Gotta Go Home" - Caribbean-flavored disco-pop
  • Bonnie Boyer - "Got to Give in to Love" - Hi-NRG-disco
  • Bonnie Boyer - "I'll Be the Music"
  • Bonnie Boyer - "Never, Never"
  • Bonnie Oliver - "Come Inside My Love"
  • Bonnie Pointer - "Heaven Must Have Sent You (New Version)" - remake of an Elgins classic; reached #11 Pop in the USA in October 1979
  • Bonnie Pointer - "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)" - remake of a Four Tops classic; reached #40 Pop in the USA in February 1980
  • Boogie People featuring the Unique - "Boogie People"
  • Boogie People featuring the Unique - "Dance in America" - electro-disco
  • Boogie People featuring the Unique - "Disco's My Life" - electro-disco
  • Brainstorm - "A Case of the Boogie (Only Treatment: Disco Music)"
  • Brainstorm - "Don't Let Me Catch You With Your Groove Down" - funky disco
  • Brainstorm - "Hot for You" - funky disco
  • Brass and Congas - "Hot Disco Night" - electro-disco
  • Brass and Congas - "Lead Me Tonight"
  • Brass and Congas - "New York" - electro-disco
  • Brenda Russell - "Way Back When" - disco-soul
  • Britt Ekland - "Do It to Me (Once More With Feeling)"
  • Broadway - "Love Bandit"
  • Broadway - "Magic Man"
  • Brooklyn Dreams - "That's Not the Way That Your Mama Taught You to Be"
  • Brooklyn Dreams (with Donna Summer) - "Heaven Knows" - slightly different version (with main vocals by Brooklyn Dreams, and backing vocals by Donna Summer) of the 1978 hit by Donna Summer with Brooklyn Dreams (which had main vocals by Donna Summer)
  • Brother and Sister - "Midnight Desire"
  • Brothers By Choice - "Young, Single and Free"
  • Bruni Pagan - "Fantasy"
  • Bruni Pagan - "It's the Scene"
  • Bruni Pagan - "Late for Love"
  • Bruni Pagan - "Lovers"
  • [Sidiku] Buari - "Feed My Body" - disco-funk
  • [Sidiku] Buari - "I'm Ready"
  • [Sidiku] Buari - "It's What's Happening" - disco-funk
  • [Sidiku] Buari - "Koko Si"
  • Bumblebee Unlimited - "Honey Bunn"
  • Bumblebee Unlimited - "I Got A Big Bee"
  • Bumblebee Unlimited - "I Love You" - electro-disco
  • Bumblebee Unlimited - "Space Shuttle Ride" - electro-disco
  • Bunny Sigler (a.k.a. Walter Sigler) - "By the Way You Dance (I Knew It Was You)"
  • Bunny Sigler (a.k.a. Walter Sigler) - "Glad to Be Your Lover"
  • Burt Bacharach - "New York Lady"
  • Busta Jones - "(Everybody's) Dancing All Over the World"
  • C.D. Band - "Hoodoo Voodoo"
  • C.D. Band - "Love is Waiting"
  • C.D. Band - "Music Are You Ready" - electro-disco
  • Cake - "Theme from 'Mork and Mindy'" - disco version of the television theme
  • Calderon - "Latin Lover" - electro-disco
  • Cameo - "Energy" - electro-disco-funk
  • Cameo - "Find My Way (1979 Version)" - funky disco remake of their 1977 song
  • Candi Staton (a.k.a. Canzetta Staton) - "Chance" - R&B-disco
  • Candi Staton (a.k.a. Canzetta Staton) - "Me and My Music"
  • Candi Staton (a.k.a. Canzetta Staton) - "Rock" - rock-disco
  • Candi Staton (a.k.a. Canzetta Staton) - "When You Wake Up Tomorrow"
  • Candido - "Dancin' and Prancin'" - electro-disco
  • Candido - "Jingo" - electro-disco cover of the Santana song
  • Candido - "Rock and Shuffle (Ah-Ha)" - electro-disco
  • Candido - "Thousand Finger Man" - electro-disco
  • Cappuccino - "Get Down (to the Disco)" - electro-rock-disco
  • Cappuccino - "He'll Dance With Me" - funky disco
  • Captain and Tennille - "How Can You Be So Cold?" - electro-rock-disco-pop
  • Captain Q.B. and the Big Boys - "San Diego Super Chargers" - rock-disco; theme song of the San Diego Chargers football team
  • Captain Sky - "Moonchild"
  • Captain Zorro - "Phantasm" - disco version of the theme song to the 1979 movie "Phantasm"
  • Caress - "Catch the Rhythm (Universal Mood)" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Caress - "Charmed by You" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Caress - "Love Spell" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Caress - "You Got it Too Uptight" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Carl Harvey - "Ebony Lady" - electro-disco
  • Carlis Munro - "Outside Looking In" - electro-disco-funk
  • Carmin - "Caliente 'Hot Stuff'" - electro-disco cover of Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" in Spanish and English
  • Carol Douglas - "Come Into My Life"
  • Carol Douglas - "I Got the Answer"
  • Carol Douglas - "Treat Me Right" - R&B-disco
  • Carol Douglas - "You Got a Love"
  • Carol Lloyd - "Dream Dancer"
  • Carol Lloyd - "Plans for Tomorrow"
  • Carol Lloyd - "Score" - includes the lyrics "First and ten, do it again!" from a common American football game chant
  • Carol Lloyd - "Shake Me Wake Me" - reached #89 Disco in the USA in early 1980; disco version of the 1966 Four Tops hit
  • Carol Lloyd - "Showdown"
  • Carol Lloyd - "Sundown to Sunrise"
  • Carol Williams - "Dance the Night Away"
  • Carol Williams - "I Get It"
  • Carol Williams - "Love Constitution"
  • Carol Williams - "Take Your Time"
  • Carol Williams - "Tell the World About Our Love"
  • Caroline Bernier - "Love (I Don't Wanna Hear About It)" - electro-disco
  • Carrie Lucas - "Dance With You" - reached #40 Pop in the U.K. in June 1979, #70 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • Carrie Lucas - "Danceland"
  • Carrie Lucas - "Keep Smilin'" - based on her "I Gotta Keep Dancin'"
  • Carrie Lucas - "Southern Star" - rock-disco-pop
  • Carte Blanche - "Get Up Get On Your Feet" - electro-rock-disco
  • Carter Cornelius - "Lightning Strikes" - electro-rock-disco cover of Lou Christie's 1966 hit
  • Caviar - "Come to L.A."
  • Caviar - "Girls for Love" - electro-disco
  • Cela - "I'm in Love"
  • Central Line - "Sticks and Stones" - funky electro-disco
  • [Jean-Marc] Cerrone - "Living on Love" - electro-disco
  • [Jean-Marc] Cerrone - "Rock Me" - rock-disco
  • Chain Reaction - "Dance Freak (Sound of New York)" - funky disco
  • Chain Reaction - "Sweet Lady (Dance With Me)" - funky disco
  • Chameleon - "Come into My Life" - disco-soul
  • Chameleon - "We'll Be Dancin'" - electro-disco
  • Champ's Boys Orchestra with Mike Oldfield - "Guilty" - electro-rock-disco
  • Chandelier - "Give Me the Love I Need"
  • Chanson - "Jack Be Nimble" - partly incorporates lyrics from the English nursery rhyme by this name ("Jack be nimble, Jack be quick, Jack jump over the candlestick")
  • Chanson - "Magic Carpet Ride"
  • Chanson - "Sing All Night"
  • Chantal Curtis - "Bet Your Bottom Dollar" - electro-disco
  • Chantal Curtis - "Get Another Love" - funky disco
  • Chantal Curtis - "Hey Taxi Driver"
  • Chantal Curtis - "Hit Man" - electro-disco
  • Chantal Curtis - "I Gotta Know"
  • Chantana Kittiyapan - "Sa Ra Wan" - Thai disco
  • Chantereau, Pezin and Dahan - "Let's Go to Brasilia"
  • Chaplin Band - "Madman's Discotheque" - electro-rock-disco
  • Charanga 76 - "Como Vamos A Gozar (Good Times)" - latin-disco version of Chic's "Good Times" in Spanish and English
  • Charanga 76 - "Mi Amor Prohibido (My Forbidden Lover)" - remake of Chic's "My Forbidden Lover" in Spanish and English
  • Charanga 76 - "Musica Trance" a.k.a. "Music Trance" - latin-disco version of the Ben E. King original in Spanish and English
  • Charanga 76 - "No Nos Pararan (Ain't No Stopping Us Now)" - latin-disco version of McFadden and Whitehead's "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" in Spanish
  • Charanga 76 - "Somos Familia (We Are Family)" - remake of Sister Sledge's "We Are Family" in Spanish and English
  • Charles Jackson - "I Finally Found My Love"
  • Charles Jackson - "I'm Gonna Get Your Love" - R&B-disco
  • Charlie Calello Orchestra - "Moonlight Serenade" - disco version of the song written by Mitchell Parrish and Glenn Miller for the Glenn Miller Orchestra's recording of 1939
  • Charlie Calello Orchestra - "Star Dust" - jazzy disco
  • Charlie Calello Orchestra - "Skyliner" - jazzy disco
  • Charlie Calello Orchestra - "Temptation"
  • Charmé featuring Janet Wright - "It Discos to Show Ya"
  • Cher (a.k.a. Cherilyn Sarkisian) - "Hell on Wheels" - rock-disco
  • Cher (a.k.a. Cherilyn Sarkisian) - "Say the Word"
  • Cher (a.k.a. Cherilyn Sarkisian) - "Take Me Home" - reached #8 Pop in the USA in May 1979
  • Cherry Laine - "I'm Hot" - electro-disco
  • Cherry Laine - "Musicman" - electro-disco-pop
  • Cherry Laine - "Sergeant Rock"
  • Cheryl Ladd - "Missing You"
  • Cheryl Lynn - "Feel It" - Hi-NRG-disco
  • Cheryl Lynn - "Hide It Away" - electro-disco
  • Cheryl Lynn - "I've Got Just What You Need"
  • Cheryl Lynn - "Keep It Hot"
  • Cheryl Lynn - "Love Bomb"
  • Chic - "Good Times" - reached #1 Pop in the USA in August 1979, #5 Pop in the U.K. in July 1979
  • Chic - "My Feet Keep Dancing" - reached #21 Pop in the U.K. in January 1980, #101 Pop in the USA in December 1980
  • Chic - "My Forbidden Lover" - reached #43 Pop in the USA in 1979, #15 Pop in the U.K. in November 1979
  • Chicago - "Streetplayer" a.k.a. "Street Player"
  • The Chi-Lites - "Higher"
  • Chilly - "Sacrifice"
  • Chosen Few - "Boogie Army (Boogie Down)" - rock-disco
  • Chris Mick Davies - "Desperate Lady"
  • Chris Mick Davies - "Fever Paradise"
  • Chromium - "Forces of Light" - electro-disco-pop
  • Chromium - "Haunted Disco" - electro-rock-disco
  • Chromium - "Radar Angels" - electro-rock-disco
  • Chromium - "Time Traveller" a.k.a. "Time Traveler"
  • Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers - "Berro E Sombaro" - latin-disco
  • Chuck Cissel - "Cisselin' Hot"
  • Chuck Jackson - "When the Fuel Runs Out" - disco version of the 1973 Executive Suite classic
  • Cindy and Roy - "Can You Feel It?"
  • Cindy and Roy - "Changin' Jobs"
  • Cindy and Roy - "Gotta Love Somebody Else"
  • Citi - "Can You Do It On Skates"
  • Citi - "Disco Strut"
  • Citi - "Heart Attack"
  • Citi - "Power Play"
  • Citi - "Roller Disco"
  • City Streets - "Plastic Saddle"
  • Clabbe - "An Evening in Paris (Deca-Dancing)" - rock-disco
  • Claire - "High on Love"
  • Claire - "If You'd Only Come Back"
  • Clarence Reid - "You Get Me Up"
  • Clay Carillon - "Shimmy-Dancing" - disco-pop
  • Clem Curtis - "Unchained Melody/Need Your Love" - first part is a disco version of the 1965 hit by the Righteous Brothers; second part is a disco version of a song by Tony Sadler
  • Cloud One - "Jump, Jump, Jump" - electro-disco; produced by Patrick Adams
  • Cloud One - "Stomp Your Feet and Dance" - electro-disco; produced by Patrick Adams
  • The Coasters - "Disco Calypso" - electro-R&B-disco
  • Colleen Heather - "It's Magic"
  • Colleen Heather - "On the Run"
  • The Controllers - "I Can't Turn the Boogie Loose (Fast Version)" - electro-disco-funk
  • Cook County - "Olympiad '84"
  • Cook County - "Pinball Playboy (Playboy Theme)" - disco version of "Playboy's Theme", written by Carolyn Leigh and Cy Coleman
  • Corn Flakes - "Sing"
  • Corniche - "Theme from CHiPs" - theme from the television series
  • Cory Daye - "Green Light"
  • Cory Daye - "Keep the Ball Rollin'"
  • Cory Daye - "Pow Wow" - reached #76 Pop in the USA in November 1979
  • Cosmic Gal - "Please Mr. Postman" - electro-rock-disco-pop version of the 1961 hit by the Marvelettes
  • Cosmo Wave and the Space Cadets - "Star Treking" - electro-disco
  • Creme D'Cocoa - "Doin' the Dog"
  • Creme D'Cocoa - "Nasty Street"
  • Croisette - "Jokers are Wild"
  • Croisette - "Keep it on Ice"
  • Croisette - "Shipwrecked in a Storm"
  • Croisette - "Under Hypnosis"
  • Crowd Pleasers - "Blessed With Rhythm" - funky electro-disco
  • Crowd Pleasers - "Disco World" - disco-pop
  • Crown Heights Affair - "Come Fly with Me"
  • Crown Heights Affair - "Dance Lady Dance" - reached #44 Pop in the U.K. in April 1979
  • Crown Heights Affair - "Number One Woman"
  • Crown Heights Affair - "Take a Chance (on Love)"
  • Crown Heights Affair - "The Rock is Hot" - funky disco
  • Crown Heights Affair - "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me"
  • The Crusaders featuring Randy Crawford - "Street Life" - jazzy disco/jazz-funk; reached #36 Pop in the USA in November 1979, #5 Pop in the U.K. in September 1979
  • Crystal Blue - "Part-Time Love"
  • Crystal Disco Band - "Nuclear Night" - Louisiana-flavored (Zydeco/Cajun) disco; copies the bassline from "Feeling Good" by Francine McGee
  • Crystal Tree - "Haru Ichiban" - jazzy disco in English and Japanese
  • Cuba Gooding - "Dance Floor Lover"
  • Cuba Gooding - "Disco Royale" - mellow disco
  • Cubby St. Charles - "Party" - disco-funk
  • Cubby St. Charles - "Shake It" - disco-funk
  • Curtis - "How Can I Tell Her" - rock-R&B-disco
  • Curtis Mayfield - "Heartbeat" - disco-soul
  • Curtis Mayfield - "Over the Hump"
  • Curtis Mayfield - "Tell Me, Tell Me (How Ya Like to be Loved)" - mellow disco-soul
  • Curtis Mayfield - "You Better Stop!"
  • Cyclades - "Ah! Ah! Encore" - electro-disco
  • Cyclades - "Fire to Desire" - funky electro-disco
  • Cynthia Woodard - "California Dreamin'" - disco cover of the classic originally performed by the Mamas and the Papas
  • D.C. LaRue (David Charles L'Heureux) - "Don't be Afraid of the Dark"
  • D.C. LaRue (David Charles L'Heureux) - "Forces of the Night"
  • D.C. LaRue (David Charles L'Heureux) - "Hot Jungle Drums and Voodoo Rhythm"
  • D.C. LaRue (David Charles L'Heureux) - "It Makes Me Believe in Love Again"
  • D.C. LaRue (David Charles L'Heureux) with Rita Moreno - "Have a Good Time" - latin-disco in Spanish and English
  • D.D. Sound (Disco Delivery Sound) - "Backstreet Baby"
  • D.D. Sound (Disco Delivery Sound) - "Café" - latin-disco
  • D.D. Sound (Disco Delivery Sound) - "She's Not a Disco Lady"
  • D'llegance - "Share My Love"
  • Daddy Dewdrop - "If You Wanna Wanna" - electro-disco
  • Daddy Dewdrop - "Turn on the Motion" - electro-disco
  • Dalida - "Laissez-moi danser (Monday, Tuesday)" - French disco; reached #1 Pop in France; also released in an English version, "Let Me Dance Tonight"
  • [Gary] Dalton and [Kent] Dubarri - "I (You) Can Dance All By My (Your) Self"
  • Damiano - "Senza Musica" - Italian disco; instrumentation is based on "You're the Most Precious Thing in My Life" by Love and Kisses
  • Dan-I - "Monkey Chop" - electro-disco; reached #30 Pop in the U.K. in November 1979
  • Dan Hartman - "Free Ride" - rock-disco-pop version of a song originally recorded by the Edgar Winter Group
  • Dan Hartman - "Hands Down (Hands Up)"
  • Dan Hartman - "Just for Fun" - disco-pop
  • Dan Hartman - "Love Strong" - electro-rock-disco
  • Dan Hartman with Loleatta Holloway - "Vertigo/Relight My Fire" - disco-house; reached #1 Disco in the USA in January 1980, #104 Pop in the USA in 1980; theme song to the final period of "The Tomorrow Show" by Tom Snyder on NBC
  • Dana - "Break the Ice" - electro-disco
  • Dana and Gene - "Dario, Can You Get Me into Studio 54?"
  • Dance People - "Dance People" - electro-disco
  • Dance People - "Fly Away" - electro-disco
  • Dance People - "Give Your Feet a Treat"
  • Daniel Barbe - "Le Sphinx" - electro-disco
  • Daniel Grau - "Atlantis" - electro-disco
  • Danny Darrow - "Telephones"
  • Danny ja Armi - "Löysin viimein paikan kaivatun" - Finnish electro-rock-disco
  • Dante's Inferno - "Ain't Misbehavin' (One Never Knows Do One?)" - disco version of a song written by Waller, Brook, and Razaf, from Fats Waller's musical
  • Dante's Inferno - "Could It Be Magic" - disco cover of the 1973 Barry Manilow ballad original
  • Dante's Inferno - "Fire Island"
  • Dante's Inferno - "'Round about Midnight"
  • Dante's Inferno - "'T Ain't Nobody's Bizness if I Do" - disco version of the song with lyrics by Grainger and Robbins, which was originally a blues song recorded by Bessie Smith in 1923
  • Dante's Inferno - "They're Playing Our Song" - disco version of a song written by Marvin Hamlisch and Carole Bayer Sager
  • Dave Grusin and Larry Rosen - "Disco Magic"
  • Dave Mason - "Skatetown U.S.A. (Main Theme)" - electro-disco; title track on the soundtrack to the movie "Skatetown U.S.A."
  • David Bendeth - "Feel the Real (Disco Remix)" - reached #44 Pop in the U.K. in September 1979
  • David Ruffin - "Sexy Dancer"
  • David Simmons - "Holdin' Back" - R&B-disco cover of the 1978 Bionic Boogie song
  • David Simmons - "Locked Up in a Groove"
  • David Simmons - "Someday Someway"
  • Dazz Band - "I Searched Around"
  • Dazzle - "Reaching" - R&B-disco
  • Dazzle - "You Dazzle Me!"
  • Debbie Jacobs - "Don't You Want My Love" - reached #106 Pop in the USA
  • Debbie Jacobs - "High On Your Love" - reached #70 Pop in the USA in March 1980; bundled with "Hot, Hot (Give it All You Got)", reached #1 Disco in the USA in March 1980
  • Debbie Jacobs - "Hot, Hot (Give it All You Got)"
  • Debbie Jacobs - "Undercover Lover"
  • Debbie Peters - "Boogie With Me Baby"
  • Debbie Raymond - "Rollerdisco"
  • Deblas - "Soy una gata" - Spanish electro-rock-disco
  • Deborah Washington - "Rock It"
  • Dee Dee Bridgewater - "Bad For Me"
  • Dee Edwards - "Don't Sit Down"
  • Delegation - "Darlin' (I Think About You)"
  • Delegation - "Heartache No. 9"
  • Delegation - "Stand Up (Reach for the Sky)"
  • Delores Hall - "Can't Live Without Your Love" - rock-disco
  • Delores Hall - "I Was Born to be Free" - disco-soul
  • Delores Hall - "Snapshot" - electro-disco
  • Denie Corbett - "What You Won't Do for Love"
  • Deniece Williams - "I Found Love"
  • Deniece Williams - "I've Got the Next Dance" - reached #73 Pop in the USA in September 1979
  • Denise LaSalle - "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" - electro-rock-disco; remake of the Rod Stewart hit "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?", with slightly modified lyrics
  • Denise McCann - "I Have a Destiny" - electro-disco
  • Denise McCann - "I Like the Look" - rock-disco
  • Denise McCann - "It Hurts Just Like the Real Thing" - rock-disco
  • Denise McCann - "Midnight Madness"
  • Dennis Parker - "High Life"
  • Dennis Parker - "Like An Eagle"
  • Dennis Parker - "Medley: Why Don't You Boogie/I'm a Dancer/I Need Your Love"
  • Dennis Parker - "New York By Night"
  • [Eumir] Deodato - "Night Cruiser"
  • [Eumir] Deodato - "Shazam" - electro-rock-disco
  • Deryll Inman - "I'm Your Friendly Disco Rock"
  • Destination - "Castles (Suite)"
  • Destination - "Destination's Theme/Let Us Entertain You"
  • Destination - "Move On Up/Up Up Up" - "Move On Up" is a disco cover of the 1971 Curtis Mayfield classic
  • Destination - "My #1 Request: Put It Where You Want It/Unfinished Symphony/Fantasy from Mortishia to Gomez Addams" - includes a disco version of the Addams Family theme song
  • Destination - "The End (The Party)"
  • Dexter Wansel - "I'll Never Forget (My Favourite Disco)"
  • Dexter Wansel - "It's Cool" - electro-disco
  • Dexter Wansel - "Let Me Rock You"
  • The Diamond Dolls - "Toot Toot Tootsie - Good-bye" - disco version of the 1921 Al Jolson hit "Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo' Bye)" from the musical "Bombo"
  • Diana Ross - "No One Gets the Prize"
  • Diana Ross - "The Boss" - reached #19 Pop in the USA in October 1979, #40 Pop in the U.K. in August 1979
  • Difference - "Hey Lover" - mellow electro-disco
  • Difference - "High Fly (Poporompompo)" - rock-disco
  • Difference - "Searchin'" - electro-disco-pop
  • Difference - "Shake That Groovy Thing" - electro-disco
  • Difference - "Tell Me" - electro-disco
  • Difference - "Walkin' Same Way" - mellow electro-disco-pop
  • Dionne Warwick - "Out of My Hands"
  • Dionne Warwick - "Who, What, When, Where, Why" - disco version of Rupert Holmes's song, with slightly different lyrics
  • Direct Current - "Boogie Man"
  • Direct Current - "Everybody Here Must Party"
  • Direct Current - "Nothing Can Stop Us" - disco-funk
  • Direct Current - "Sweet Release" - funky disco
  • Disco Bouzouki Band - "Greek Magic" - Greek-flavored disco in Greek and English
  • Disco Bouzouki Band - "Never on Sunday" - Greek-flavored disco
  • Disco Bouzouki Band - "Zorba the Greek" - Greek-flavored disco
  • Disco Spectacular - "Aquarius/Let the Sun Shine In" - disco version of the song from the film and musical "Hair" popularized by the 5th Dimension
  • Disco Spectacular - "Easy to be Hard" - electro-disco version of a song from the film and musical "Hair"
  • Disco Spectacular - "Good Morning Starshine" - disco version of a song from the film and musical "Hair"
  • Disco Spectacular - "Where Do I Go?" - rock-disco version of a song from the film and musical "Hair"
  • Discobolos - "C'est la Vie" - French disco
  • Discobolos - "Little Painted Pitcher"
  • Discotheque - "Intro-Disco" - medley of disco and electro-disco snippets including "Y.M.C.A.", "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy", "Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)", "I Want Your Love", "Shame", and "Let's All Chant" along with rock-oriented sections
  • Diva Gray and Oyster - "Good Good Tequila" - electro-disco
  • Diva Gray and Oyster - "Hotel Paradise" - electro-disco
  • Diva Gray and Oyster - "St. Tropez" - electro-disco; reached #25 Disco in the USA in early 1980
  • Don Armando's Second Avenue Rhumba Band - "Compliment Your Leading Lady"
  • Don Armando's Second Avenue Rhumba Band - "Deputy of Love"
  • Don Armando's Second Avenue Rhumba Band - "I'm an Indian, Too" - disco version of an Irving Berlin song from the 1946 musical "Annie Get Your Gun"
  • Don Armando's Second Avenue Rhumba Band - "Para Ti / This is Just for You" - disco in English and Spanish
  • Don Armando's Second Avenue Rhumba Band - "Winter Love"
  • Don Downing - "Love Doctor"
  • Don Downing - "Sugar and Spice"
  • Donna Summer - "Bad Girls" - rock-disco; reached #1 Pop in the USA in July 1979, #14 Pop in the U.K. in July 1979
  • Donna Summer - "Dim All the Lights" - electro-disco; reached #2 Pop in the USA in November 1979, #29 Pop in the U.K. in October 1979
  • Donna Summer - "Hot Stuff" - electro-rock-disco; reached #1 Pop in the USA in June 1979, #11 Pop in the U.K. in June 1979
  • Donna Summer - "On the Radio" - reached #5 Pop in the USA in March 1980, #9 R&B in the USA; reached #32 Pop in the U.K. in February 1980
  • Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand - "No More Tears (Enough is Enough)" - reached #1 Pop in the USA in November 1979, #3 Pop in the U.K. in December 1979
  • The Dooleys - "Wanted" - electro-disco-pop; reached #3 Pop in the U.K. in August 1979
  • Doris Jones - "Can't You See the Smile on My Face"
  • Doris Jones - "Possessed"
  • Doris Jones - "Suddenly I'm Alive"
  • Double Exposure - "I Got the Hots for You" - disco-funk
  • Double Exposure - "Where Have You Been All My Life" - disco-soul
  • Dr. Hook - "Sexy Eyes" - disco-pop; released as a single in March 1980, it reached #5 Pop in the USA (May 1980), #67 R&B in the USA, #8 Pop in Canada, and #4 Pop in the U.K. (April 1980)
  • Dream Express - "Catch Your Breath" - electro-disco
  • Dream Express - "Midnight Dream"
  • Dschinghis Khan - "Der Verräter" - German disco-pop
  • Dschinghis Khan - "Dschinghis Khan" - German disco-pop; also released in an English version, "Genghis Khan"
  • Dschinghis Khan - "Hadschi Halef Omar" - German disco-pop
  • Dschinghis Khan - "Moskau" - German disco-pop; also released in an English version, "Moscow"
  • Dschinghis Khan - "Rocking Son of Dschinghis Khan" - disco-pop in German and English
  • Dschinghis Khan - "Sahara" - German disco-pop; also released in an English version, "Desert Land"
  • Dschinghis Khan - "Samurai" - German disco-pop
  • Dudu França - "Vem Dançar" - Portuguese electro-disco from Brazil
  • Duncan Sisters - "Boys will be Boys" - rock-disco
  • Duncan Sisters - "Outside Love" - rock-disco
  • Duncan Sisters - "Sadness in My Eyes" - rock-disco
  • Dynasty - "I Don't Want to be a Freak (But I Can't Help Myself)" - disco-funk; reached #20 Pop in the U.K. in November 1979
  • Dynasty - "It's Still a Thrill"
  • Dynasty - "Satisfied" - funky disco
  • Dynasty - "Your Piece of the Rock" - funky disco
  • Earth, Wind, and Fire - "Can't Let Go" - electro-R&B-disco; reached #46 Pop in the U.K. in December 1979
  • Earth, Wind, and Fire and the Emotions - "Boogie Wonderland" - reached #6 Pop in the USA in July 1979, #4 Pop in the U.K. in June 1979
  • East Coast - "Meet the Beat"
  • Eastbound Expressway - "Better Look Before You Leap" - electro-disco
  • Eastside Connection - "(Are You) Too Sophisticated" - funky disco
  • Easy Going - "Fear" - Hi-NRG-disco
  • Easy Going - "I Strip You" - Hi-NRG-disco
  • Eddie Cheba a.k.a. Eddie Cheeba - "Lookin' Good (Shake Your Body)" - disco with a mix of rapped and sung lyrics
  • Eddie Kendricks - "I Never Used to Dance"
  • Eddy Rosemond - "(Wake Up and Move) Funk It"
  • Edgar Winter - "Above and Beyond" - mellow electro-rock-disco
  • Edgar Winter - "It Took Your Love to Bring Me Out" - mellow electro-disco-pop
  • Edgar Winter - "Please Don't Stop" - electro-disco
  • Edwin Starr - "H.A.P.P.Y. Radio" - reached #9 Pop in the U.K. in June 1979, #79 Pop in the USA in summer 1979
  • Edwin Starr - "I'd Rather Fight Than Switch"
  • Edwin Starr - "It's Called the Rock" - funky electro-disco
  • Edwin Starr - "Patiently"
  • Eiko Shuri - "Samurai Nippon" - disco in Japanese and English
  • El Chato - "El Niño Americano" - Spanish-flavored electro-disco in Spanish and English
  • El Coco - "Cocomotion '79" - reworking of their 1977 hit - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • El Coco - "Dance Man" - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • El Coco - "Love Exciter" - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Elaine and Ellen - "All I Need is Me"
  • Elaine and Ellen - "Don't Go"
  • Elaine and Ellen - "Love Me Right"
  • Elaine and Ellen - "The Look of Love" - disco cover of the Dusty Springfield classic
  • Electric Light Orchestra (E.L.O.) - "Last Train to London" - reached #39 Pop in the USA in February 1980; double-single with "Confusion" reached #8 Pop in the U.K. in December 1979
  • Elijah John Group - "Keep a Little Love for Yourself"
  • Elizângela - "Esperando Você" - Portuguese mellow electro-disco-pop from Brazil whose melody partly copies "I Love to Love (But My Baby Loves to Dance)" by Tina Charles
  • Ella Del Rosario - "Disco Dancer" - electro-disco in Tagalog and English from the Philippines
  • Ella Del Rosario - "Hahabol-Habol" - Tagalog disco from the Philippines
  • Ella Del Rosario - "I Love You" - disco-pop in Tagalog and English from the Philippines
  • Ella Del Rosario - "Mr. Disco" - disco-pop in Tagalog and English from the Philippines
  • Elton John - "Born Bad" - rock-disco
  • Elton John - "Spotlight" - electro-rock-disco
  • Elton John - "Street Boogie" - electro-rock-disco
  • Elton John - "Thunder in the Night" - electro-rock-disco
  • Elton John - "Victim of Love" - electro-disco; reached #31 Pop in the USA in November 1979
  • Elton John - "Warm Love in a Cold World" - electro-rock-disco
  • Elusion - "When the Bell Rings (Come Out Dancin')"
  • Emily Woods - "Barefoot Dancing" - electro-disco
  • Emily Woods - "Proud Mary" - rock-disco version of the Creedence Clearwater Revival song
  • Emly Starr (a.k.a. Marie-Christine Mareels) - "Baby Love Me" - rock-disco
  • Emly Starr (a.k.a. Marie-Christine Mareels) - "Hey Aloha (Honolulu)" - electro-disco-pop
  • The Emotions - "Come Into My World"
  • The Emotions - "I Should be Dancing"
  • Engelbert Humperdinck (a.k.a. Arnold Dorsey) - "Can't Help Falling in Love" - disco version of the 1962 Elvis Presley hit
  • Eramus Hall - "Do the Rock" - funky electro-rock-disco
  • Eruption featuring Precious Wilson - "Leave a Light (I'll Keep a Light in My Window)" - disco-pop
  • Eruption featuring Precious Wilson - "No Good Searchin'" - disco-pop
  • Eruption featuring Precious Wilson - "One Way Ticket" - mellow disco-pop
  • Eruption featuring Precious Wilson - "Sweet Side" - electro-disco
  • Eruption featuring Precious Wilson - "Up and Away" - electro-disco
  • Esther Phillips - "Oo Oop Oo Oop" - parody
  • Esther Phillips - "Our Day Will Come" - disco version of the 1963 hit by Ruby and the Romantics
  • Esther Phillips - "Philadelphia Freedom" - disco cover of the Elton John Band's 1975 disco-pop hit
  • Ethel Merman - "Alexander's Ragtime Band" - jazzy disco
  • Ethel Merman - "Everything's Coming Up Roses" - disco version of a song from the 1959 musical Gypsy
  • Ethel Merman - "I Get a Kick Out of You" - cover of a Cole Porter tune
  • Ethel Merman - "I Got Rhythm" - disco version of the 1930 Gershwin standard from the musical Girl Crazy
  • Ethel Merman - "Some People" - disco version of a song from the 1959 musical Gypsy
  • Ethel Merman - "Something for the Boys"
  • Ethel Merman - "There's No Business Like Show Business" - cover of an Irving Berlin standard
  • Eugene Record - "Magnetism"
  • Evelyn "Champagne" King - "It's OK"
  • Evelyn "Champagne" King - "Make Up Your Mind"
  • Evelyn "Champagne" King - "Music Box" - R&B-disco; reached #75 Pop in the USA in mid-1979
  • Evelyn "Champagne" King - "No Time for Fooling Around" - electro-disco
  • Evelyn "Champagne" King - "Out There"
  • Evelyn Thomas - "Have a Little Faith in Me"
  • Evelyn Thomas - "Love's Not Just an Illusion"
  • Evelyn Thomas - "My Head's in the Stars"
  • Evelyn Thomas - "No Time to Turn Around"
  • Evie Sands - "Keep My Lovelight Burnin'"
  • Exile - "Being in Love with You is Easy" - electro-disco-pop
  • Explosions featuring Leona La Viscount - "Love Explosion"
  • Family Affair - "You Can't Fight Love"
  • Fat Larry's Band - "Everything is Disco"
  • Fat Larry's Band - "Hey Pancho, It's Disco"
  • Fat Larry's Band - "Last Chance to Dance"
  • Fat Larry's Band - "Lookin' for Love" - reached #46 Pop in the U.K. in August 1979
  • Fatback Band - "Disco Bass" - disco-funk
  • Fatback Band - "Disco Queen" - funky disco
  • Fatback Band - "(Do the) Boogie Woogie" - funky disco
  • Fatback Band - "Gimme that Sweet, Sweet Lovin'" - funky disco
  • Fatback Band - "You're My Candy Sweet" - funky disco
  • Faze-O - "Let's Rock"
  • Faze-O - "Ya-Ba-Da-Ba-Duzie" - disco-funk
  • Feliciana Di S. - "Io Es" - Italian electro-rock-disco
  • Fern Kinney - "Pillow Talk" - disco-soul cover of the 1973 Sylvia hit
  • Festival - "Buenos Aires" - produced by Boris Midney; disco version of a song from the musical "Evita"
  • Festival - "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" - produced by Boris Midney; disco version of a ballad from the musical "Evita"
  • Festival - "Eva's Theme: Lady Woman" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Festival - "High Flying, Adored" - produced by Boris Midney; disco version of a song from the musical "Evita"
  • Festival - "I'd be Surprisingly Good for You" - produced by Boris Midney; disco version of a song from the musical "Evita"
  • Festival - "Rainbow High" - produced by Boris Midney; disco version of a song from the musical "Evita"
  • Festival - "She is a Diamond" - produced by Boris Midney; disco version of a song from the musical "Evita"
  • Fever - "Beat of the Night"
  • Fever - "Over the Edge"
  • Fever - "Pump It Up" - electro-disco
  • Fever - "The Fever Rock" - electro-disco
  • Fever - "Treat Me Right" - electro-disco
  • Fever - "Work Me"
  • The Fevers - "Eu Sou Mais Eu" - Portuguese cover of "Y.M.C.A." by the Village People, from Brazil
  • The Fevers - "Onde Está o Amor" - Portuguese cover of "Love is in the Air" by John Paul Young, from Brazil
  • Final Edition - "No Limit" - electro-disco
  • Fingers - "On My Way Back Home" - electro-disco
  • Finished Touch - "The Down Sound" - electro-disco
  • Fire and Ice - "Devil Woman"
  • Fire and Ice - "Inferno"
  • Fire and Ice - "Lady on Ice"
  • Fire and Ice - "Melting the Ice"
  • Firefly - "Do It Dancin'" - electro-disco
  • First Choice - "Double Cross"
  • First Choice - "Good Morning Midnight" - latin-disco
  • First Choice - "Great Expectations"
  • First Choice - "Happy Love Affair"
  • First Choice - "Let Me Down Easy" - cover of the 1976 Rare Pleasure disco song
  • First Choice - "Love Thang"
  • Five Letters - "Got Got Money (And I Moo)" - rock-disco
  • Five Special - "Why Leave Us Alone"
  • Flakes - "Miss Fine Lover"
  • Flower - "Classical Love"
  • Flower - "How"
  • Flower - "Midnight Dancing"
  • Flower - "Our Never-Ending Love"
  • The Force - "Join Us"
  • The Force - "Rock Your Baby" - electro-disco
  • Foster Jackson Group - "Feel the Spirit (Disco Version)" - funky disco remix of their funk song
  • Foxy - "Chicapbon, Chicapbon" - disco-funk
  • Foxy - "Devil Boogie" - electro-disco-funk
  • Foxy - "Give Me that Groove" - electro-disco
  • Foxy - "Headhunter" - disco-funk
  • Foxy - "Hot Number" - disco-funk; reached #21 Pop in the USA in June 1979
  • Foxy - "RRRRRRock" - electro-rock-disco
  • France Joli - "Come to Me" - reached #15 Pop in the USA in November 1979
  • France Joli - "Don't Let Go"
  • France Joli - "Don't Stop Dancing"
  • France Joli - "Playboy" - jazzy disco
  • Francie Simone - "Let Your Body Run" - electro-disco
  • Frank Hooker and Positive People - "Rock Me"
  • Frank Zappa - "Dancin' Fool" - rock-disco parody; reached #45 Pop in the USA in May 1979
  • Frankie Valli - "Passion for Paris" - disco in English and French
  • Frantique - "Disco Dancer" - electro-disco
  • Frantique - "Getting Serious" - electro-rock-disco
  • Frantique - "Night People These Days" - electro-disco
  • Frantique - "Strut Your Funky Stuff" - reached #10 Pop in the U.K. in September 1979
  • Frat Cat Disco Band - "Come on Girls and Shake Your Pom-Poms"
  • Freda Payne - "Gotta Keep Dancin'"
  • Freda Payne - "The Longest Night"
  • Freddie James - "Crazy Disco Music"
  • Freddie James - "Dance Little Boy Blue"
  • Freddie James - "Get Up and Boogie"
  • Freddie James - "Hollywood"
  • Freddy the Flying Dutchman and the Sistina Band - "Wojtyla Disco Dance" - italo-disco (electro-disco)
  • Free Life - "Dance Fantasy" - electro-rock-disco
  • French Kiss - "All Out of Tears / Lovin' Tears Suite"
  • French Kiss - "Mischief"
  • French Kiss - "Panic (Save Me Suite)"
  • French Kiss - "You Got Me Groovin'"
  • Frisky - "Burn Me Up (With Your Love)" - mellow disco
  • Frisky - "Love at First Sight" - mellow disco
  • Frisky - "Tutty Frutty Booty (It's Good When It's Hot)" - electro-disco
  • Frisky - "You've Got Me Dancing in My Sleep"
  • Front Page featuring Sharon Redd - "Love Insurance"
  • Front Page featuring Sharon Redd - "You Got My Love"
  • G. Bri (a.k.a. Vanna Brosio) - "Non Rompere" - Italian electro-rock-disco
  • GQ - "Is it Cool"
  • GQ - "Make My Dream a Reality" - electro-disco
  • GQ - "Spirit" - electro-disco
  • GQ - "Standing Ovation" - electro-disco
  • Ganymed - "Dancing in a Disco" - electro-disco
  • The Gap Band - "Baby Baba Boogie"
  • The Gap Band - "Party Lights"
  • Gap Mangione - "You're the One"
  • Garçons - "French Boy"
  • The Garnets - "Chopin-Chopin" - based in part on a classical piano tune by Fryderyk Chopin
  • Gary Davis and Sanction - "Gotta Get Your Love" - electro-disco-pop
  • Gary Glitter - "Superhero" - electro-disco
  • Gary Sharkey - "What Can I Do to Satisfy Your Love" - electro-disco
  • Gary's Gang - "Do Ya Wanna Go Dancin'" - rock-disco
  • Gary's Gang - "Party Tonight" - electro-disco
  • Gary's Gang - "Showtime (Live Version)" - jazzy electro-disco
  • Gaye Evers and Nitelite - "Body Party"
  • Gene Chandler - "Dance Fever"
  • Gene Chandler - "That Funky Disco Rhythm"
  • Gene Chandler - "When You're #1" - reached #43 Pop in the U.K. in September 1979, #99 Pop in the USA
  • Geno Washington and the Ram Jam Band - "Caught in the Middle" - electro-disco
  • Geno Washington and the Ram Jam Band - "That's Why Hollywood Loves Me!" - funky electro-disco
  • Genty - "You Don't Know Like I Know" - reached #51 R&B in the USA in 1980
  • George Benson - "Love Ballad" - disco version of the incredible 1976 soul ballad by L.T.D.; reached #18 Pop in the USA in April 1979, #29 Pop in the U.K. in May 1979
  • The George Bussey Experience - "Come On Over Tonight"
  • The George Bussey Experience - "If You're in Your Seat, Gotta Pat Your Feet"
  • The George Bussey Experience - "Love Was the Last Thing on My Mind"
  • The George Bussey Experience - "Yours for the Taking"
  • George Duke - "Party Down" - funky disco
  • George Duke featuring Lynn Davis - "I Want You For Myself" - electro-disco; reached #23 R&B in the USA in 1980, #23 Dance in the USA in 1980
  • George McCrae - "Don't You Feel My Love"
  • Gepy and Gepy - "Machine Man"
  • Giants - "Backdoor Man" - metal-disco
  • Gibson Brothers - "Better Do It Salsa!" - latin-disco
  • Gibson Brothers - "Que Sera Mi Vida (If You Should Go)" - latin-disco; reached #5 Pop in the U.K. in December 1979
  • Gibson Brothers - "Ooh! What A Life" - reached #10 Pop in the U.K. in September 1979
  • Gilla - "Rasputin" - Russian-flavored disco; cover of the 1978 Boney M hit
  • Gino Soccio - "Dance to Dance" - electro-disco
  • Gino Soccio - "Dancer" - electro-disco; reached #46 Pop in the U.K. in May 1979, #48 Pop in the USA in spring 1979
  • The Givens Family - "The Year of the Child" - electro-disco
  • Gladys Knight - "You Bring Out the Best in Me" - disco-soul
  • The Glass Family - "Crazy"
  • The Glass Family - "Make Up Your Mind"
  • The Glass Family - "Medley: How Long/Shake"
  • Gloria Gaynor (a.k.a. Gloria Fowles) - "Don't Stop Us"
  • Gloria Gaynor (a.k.a. Gloria Fowles) - "I Said Yes"
  • Gloria Gaynor (a.k.a. Gloria Fowles) - "Let Me Know (I Have A Right)" - reached #42 Pop in the USA in 1979, #32 Pop in the U.K. in October 1979
  • Gloria Gaynor (a.k.a. Gloria Fowles) - "Love is Just a Heartbeat Away (Nocturna's Theme)" - theme song to the 1979 movie "Nocturna"
  • Gloster Williams and Master Control - "No Cross, No Crown" - gospel-disco
  • Gonzalez - "Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady"
  • Gonzalez - "Dance Machine"
  • Gonzalez - "Love It (You're the One)"
  • Gonzalez - "Move It to the Music"
  • Gonzalez - "People's Party"
  • Good News - "Australia"
  • Göran Rydh - "Keep On Jogging" - electro-disco-pop in Swedish and English
  • Gotham - "Bedroom Eyes"
  • Gotham - "Menage a Trois"
  • Gotham Flasher - "Can't Turn You Loose" - electro-disco
  • Gotham Flasher - "I'm Never Going to Leave You (New York)" - electro-disco
  • Gotham Flasher - "Love the Love" - electro-disco
  • Gotham Flasher - "Try a Little Tenderness" - electro-disco-pop version of the 1966 soul hit by Otis Redding
  • Grace Jones - "Don't Mess with the Messer"
  • Grace Jones - "I'll Find My Way To You"
  • Grace Jones - "Medley: Sinning / Suffer / Repentance (Forgive Me) / Saved" - gospel-disco
  • Graham Central Station - "Star Walk"
  • Grand Circuit - "Roller Skate Symphony" - electro-disco
  • Gregg Diamond - "1/8 of Your Love"
  • Gregg Diamond - "Boogie Doctor"
  • Gregg Diamond - "Island Boogie"
  • Gregg Diamond - "Lay it on the Line" - electro-rock-disco
  • Gregg Diamond - "Rushin' Roulette" - electro-rock-disco
  • Gregg Diamond - "Shinin'" - disco-pop
  • Gregg Diamond - "Stand Up and Dance"
  • Gregg Diamond - "Tiger, Tiger (Feel Good for a While)" - reached #33 Disco in the USA in early 1980
  • Gregg Diamond - "Vamp" - rock-disco
  • Gregg Diamond - "War Paint (Love Line)"
  • Günter Willumeit - "L.M.A.A." - German parody of the Village People's "YMCA"
  • Gus Kamaras - "Taboo" - Greek-flavored electro-disco
  • Guy Lafleur - "Checking" - electro-disco overlaid with Lafleur's spoken instructions
  • Guy Lafleur - "Face Off" - electro-disco; also released in a French version, "Vas-y"
  • Guy Lafleur - "Power Play" - electro-disco; also released in a French version, "Y'a Rien Pour M'arreter"
  • Guy Lafleur - "Scoring" - electro-disco overlaid with Lafleur's spoken instructions; also released in a French version, "Marquer Un But"
  • Guy Lafleur - "Shooting" - electro-disco overlaid with Lafleur's spoken instructions
  • Guy Lafleur - "Skating" - overlaid with Lafleur's spoken instructions; also released in a French version, "Savoir Patiner"
  • Hagibis - "Bintana" - Tagalog rock-disco from the Philippines
  • Hagibis - "Katawan" - Tagalog disco from the Philippines
  • Hagibis - "Nanggigigil" - Tagalog disco-pop from the Philippines
  • [Daryl] Hall and [John] Oates - "Portable Radio" - rock-disco
  • [Daryl] Hall and [John] Oates - "Who Said the World was Fair" - rock-disco
  • Halloween - "Come See What It's All About"
  • Halloween - "Lady Midnight" - electro-disco
  • Halloween - "Love Energy" - electro-disco
  • Halloween - "The Never Ending Disco" - electro-disco
  • Hamilton Bohannon - "Cut Loose" - disco-funk
  • Hamilton Bohannon - "Stop and Go" - disco-funk
  • Hamilton Bohannon - "The Boogie Train" - disco-funk
  • Harari - "Soweto" - African-flavored electro-disco
  • Harding and Curnow - "Get Up Get Up" - electro-disco
  • Hardwick - "How Does It Feel?"
  • Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes - "If You're Looking for Someone to Love" - disco-soul
  • Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes - "Prayin'"
  • Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes with Sharon Paige - "Tonight's the Night"
  • Harry Thumann - "Underwater" - italo-disco
  • Harvey Mason - "Groovin' You"
  • Harvey Scales - "Hot Foot"
  • Harvey Scales - "Rock Your Body"
  • Harvey Scales - "(Show Up) for the Showdown"
  • Hat-Trick - "Do It Again"
  • Heat - "Jammin'"
  • Heat - "Skatedance"
  • Heat Exchange - "One Step Ahead" - electro-disco
  • Heather Parisi - "Blackout" - electro-rock-disco
  • Heather Parisi - "Disco Bambina" - rock-disco
  • Heatwave - "Disco"
  • Heatwave - "Eyeballin'"
  • Heatwave - "One Night Tan" - funky disco
  • Heaven 'N' Hell Orchestra - "Bitten By the Love Bug"
  • Helen Gamboa - "Disco Queen from the Philippines" - disco in Tagalog and English from the Philippines; from the "Swing It... Baby!" movie soundtrack LP
  • Helen Gamboa - "Le Freak" - cover of Chic's 1978 hit
  • Helen Reddy - "Make Love to Me" - remake of the 1978 Kelly Marie original; reached #60 Pop in the USA in mid-1979
  • Helen Reddy - "Perfect Love Affair"
  • Helen Santa-Maria Band - "Jealousy"
  • Hemlock - "Disco Break" - electro-disco
  • Henri Rich - "Be You"
  • Henry Mancini - "Get It On" - jazzy disco
  • Herb Alpert - "Aranjuez" - jazzy disco version of Joaquín Rodrigo's 1939 composition "Concierto de Aranjuez"
  • Herb Alpert - "Rise" - mellow jazzy electro-disco; reached #1 Pop in the USA in October 1979, #13 Pop in the U.K. in November 1979
  • Herbie Hancock - "Tell Everybody"
  • Herbie Hancock - "You Bet Your Love" - electro-disco; reached #18 Pop in the U.K. in March 1979
  • Herbie Mann - "City of Dreams"
  • Herbie Mann - "Comin' Home Baby" - electro-disco
  • Herbie Mann - "Hey Pocky A-Way"
  • Herbie Mann - "Kidnappin' Lover"
  • Herbie Mann - "Walk on the Wild Side"
  • Herbie Mann - "Yellow Fever" - electro-disco
  • Hervé Houzy - "Evenou Shalom" - Hebrew electro-disco version of the traditional Jewish song "Hevenu Shalom Aleikhem"
  • Hi-Voltage - "Let's Get Horny"
  • High Inergy - "Shoulda Gone Dancin'" - electro-disco
  • High Inergy - "Skate to the Rhythm" - electro-disco-funk
  • Hilary - "Do It"
  • Hiroshima - "Lion Dance" - Japanese-flavored disco
  • His Master's Fish featuring Gordon Grody - "The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Disco Version)" - disco version of the song from the 1979 musical by Stephen Sondheim
  • Hodges, James and Smith - "Dancing in the Street"
  • Hollywood Boulevard - "Disco Okay"
  • Hot Chocolate - "Dance (Get Down to It)" - electro-disco
  • Hot Chocolate - "Going Through the Motions" - electro-disco-funk
  • Hot Chocolate - "Mindless Boogie" - electro-disco-funk; reached #46 Pop in the U.K. in June 1979
  • Hot Chocolate - "Night Ride" - electro-disco
  • Hot Ice - "19th Nervous Breakdown" - rock-disco version of the Rolling Stones classic
  • Hot Ice - "Brown Sugar" - rock-disco version of the Rolling Stones classic
  • Hot Ice - "Honky Tonk Woman" - disco version of the Rolling Stones classic
  • Hot Ice - "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" - rock-disco version of the Rolling Stones classic
  • Hot Ice - "Street Fighting Man" - rock-disco version of the Rolling Stones classic
  • Hot Ice - "Under My Thumb" - rock-disco version of the Rolling Stones classic
  • Hott City - "If All We're Gonna Do is Dance" - electro-disco
  • Hudson People - "Boogie on Downtown" - funky disco
  • Hudson People - "Trip to Your Mind"
  • Hydro featuring Lorna - "(Don't) Stop Your Teasing" - electro-disco
  • Hydro featuring Lorna - "I'll be Good to You" - electro-disco
  • Hydro featuring Lorna - "K.I.C. (Keep It Coming)" - electro-disco
  • Hydro featuring Lorna - "My Favourite Disco" - electro-disco
  • Ian Dury and the Blockheads - "Reasons to be Cheerful" - rock-disco; reached #3 Pop in the U.K. in August 1979
  • Idris Muhammad - "Dancing in the Land of Lovely Ladies" - electro-disco
  • Idris Muhammad - "Foxhuntin'" - electro-disco
  • Ike Strong - "Boogie Land" - electro-disco
  • Ilona Staller - "I Was Made for Dancin'" - cover of the Leif Garrett song
  • Ilona Staller - "Lascia L'ultimo Sallo Per Me" - Italian version of "Save the Last Dance for Me"
  • Ilona Staller - "Save the Last Dance for Me (Discomix)" - disco version of the 1960 Drifters hit
  • Inner Circle - "Everything is Great" - electro-disco; reached #37 Pop in the U.K. in March 1979
  • Inner Life - "I'm Caught Up (In A One Night Love Affair)"
  • Inner Life - "You Got Me Dancing"
  • Instant Funk - "Crying" - electro-disco
  • Invisible Man's Band - "All Night Thing" - disco-funk; reached #9 R&B in the USA in spring 1980, #45 Pop in the USA in May 1980
  • Isaac Hayes - "Don't Let Go" - disco version of Roy Hamilton's 1958 hit; reached #18 Pop in the USA in February 1980, #11 R&B in the USA
  • Isaac Hayes - "Fever" - disco version of the 1958 Peggy Lee hit
  • The Isley Brothers - "It's A Disco Night (Rock Don't Stop)" - electro-disco; reached #90 Pop in the USA in October 1979, #14 Pop in the U.K. in December 1979
  • The JB's - "Just Wanna Make You Dance" - disco-funk
  • JKD Band - "Dream Machine"
  • J. Michael Reed - "Reach Out For Love"
  • J.T. Connection featuring Dennis Tufano - "Bernadette" - disco version of a Four Tops hit from 1967
  • J.T. Connection featuring Dennis Tufano - "Butterfly Suite"
  • J.T. Connection featuring Dennis Tufano - "Dance My Life Away" - electro-disco
  • J.T. Connection featuring Dennis Tufano - "Reach Out (I'll Be There)" - electro-disco cover of the 1966 hit by the Four Tops
  • J.T. Connection featuring Dennis Tufano - "Relationships" - mellow disco
  • Jaak Joala - "Zdravstvuy" - Russian disco
  • Jack Jones - "Love Boat Theme (Disco Version)" - disco-pop version of the television series theme
  • Jack Jones - "Wives and Lovers (Disco Version)" - disco version of his 1963 song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
  • Jackie - "Under Fire" - electro-rock-disco
  • Jackie McLean - "Doctor Jackyll and Mister Funk"
  • Jackie Moore - "Can You Tell Me Why" - disco-soul
  • Jackie Moore - "How's Your Love Life Baby" - disco cover of a 1978 Eddie Kendricks song
  • Jackie Moore - "This Time Baby" - disco cover of an O'Jays song from 1978; reached #49 Pop in the U.K. in September 1979
  • James Adler and Madame Moth - "Butterfly Disco" - instrumental disco version of Giacomo Puccini's opera music from "Madame Butterfly"
  • James Bradley - "Let's Paint the Town"
  • James Bradley - "Wrapped Up in Your Love" - disco-soul
  • James Brown - "Star Generation" - funky electro-disco
  • James Brown - "Stone Cold Drag" - funky electro-disco
  • James Brown - "The Original Disco Man" - funky electro-disco
  • James Last - "Copacabana" - instrumental cover of the Barry Manilow hit
  • James Last - "Daddy Cool" - disco-pop cover of the Boney M hit
  • James Last - "Stuff Like That" - jazzy disco version of the 1978 Quincy Jones jazz-funk hit
  • James Taylor - "Day Tripper" - disco-rock version of the 1966 Beatles song
  • James Wells - "A Case of Mistaken Identity"
  • James Wells - "Double Dose of Love"
  • James Wells - "Explosion"
  • James Wells - "More to Me than Meets the Eye"
  • James White and the Blacks - "Contort Yourself (Disco Version)"
  • Janice McClain - "Smack Dab in the Middle"
  • Jay C. Birdlander - "The Champ" - jazzy disco version of the Dizzy Gillespie song
  • Jean Carn - "Was That All It Was"
  • Jean Carn - "What's On Your Mind"
  • Jean Claude Borelly - "Born to be Alive" - jazzy rock-disco cover of Patrick Hernandez's hit
  • Jean Claude Borelly - "I Love America" - jazzy electro-disco cover of Patrick Juvet's hit
  • Jean Claude Borelly - "Sing to Me Mama" - jazzy disco cover of Karen Cheryl's 1978 song
  • Jean Claude Borelly - "Y.M.C.A." - jazzy disco cover of the Village People hit
  • Jean Gamet - "Danseur de slow" - French electro-disco
  • Jean (Jeanne) Shy - "Night Dancer" - rock-disco
  • Jean (Jeanne) Shy - "That Old Black Magic" - disco version of the 1943 Glenn Miller Orchestra hit
  • Jean Wells - "I Just Can't Stop Dancing"
  • Jeanette "Baby" Washington - "Turn Your Boogie Loose"
  • Jeans People - "Disco Love"
  • Jeree Palmer - "Late Night Surrender"
  • Jermaine Jackson - "Let's Get Serious" - disco-funk - on October 1979 album, single released in March 1980, reached #9 Pop and #1 R&B in the USA in July 1980, #2 Disco in the USA in 1980, reached #8 U.K. Pop in June 1980; also released in a Spanish version, "Seamos Serios", in 1980
  • Jermaine Jackson - "You Got to Hurry Girl" - R&B-disco
  • Jesse Towers - "Give Me Your Body While We're Dancin'" - electro-disco
  • Jessica Williams - "Gambling on Your Love/Gambling Suite"
  • Jessica Williams - "Love Masterpiece" - disco version of the Hal Davis song
  • Jessica Williams - "Queen of Fools"
  • Jessica Williams - "Save the Last Dance for Me" - disco-pop version of the 1960 hit by the Drifters
  • Jet Brown - "Dance the Night Away"
  • Jet Brown - "Only Love Can Make It Right"
  • Jim Capaldi - "Shoe Shine"
  • Jim Grady - "I Got What I Came For"
  • Jim Grady - "Touch Dancin'" - rock-disco
  • Jimmie Green - "Dance" - funky disco
  • Jimmy Briscoe and the Beavers - "Into the Milky Way" - disco-soul
  • Jimmy Castor Bunch - "Don't Do That!" - disco-funk
  • Jo-Ann Brooks - "Love Can Be Sold"
  • Jo-Ann Brooks - "The Stranger"
  • Joe Simon - "Happy Birthday, Baby"
  • Joe Simon - "Hooked on Disco Music"
  • Joe Simon - "I Wanna Taste Your Love"
  • Joe Simon - "Make Every Moment Count"
  • Joe Simon - "You Gotta Treat Me Right"
  • Joe Thomas - "Get On Back"
  • Joe Thomas - "Make Your Move" - funky disco
  • Joe Thomas - "Sugar Smack" - jazzy disco
  • Joe Thomas - "Your Love is So Good to Me"
  • Joel Diamond Experience - "Body Language" - electro-disco
  • Joel Diamond Experience - "Heaven in the Afternoon"
  • Joel Diamond Experience - "I'm Only Human" - electro-disco
  • Joel Diamond Experience - "Just As Long As I'm Dancin' (Rock-It Tonight)"
  • Joel Diamond Experience - "Music Machine (In and Out)" - electro-disco
  • Joel Diamond Experience - "Tall in the Saddle"
  • Joey Travolta - "What Did Love Ever Do for You?"
  • John Davis and the Monster Orchestra - "Baby I've Got It" - rock-disco
  • John Davis and the Monster Orchestra - "Bourgie, Bourgie" - cover of the 1977 Ashford and Simpson track
  • John Davis and the Monster Orchestra - "Holler"
  • John Davis and the Monster Orchestra - "Love Magic"
  • John Davis and the Monster Orchestra - "That's What I Get"
  • John Davis and the Monster Orchestra - "When It's Right For Love"
  • [John] Ferrara - "Love Attack"
  • [John] Ferrara - "Love Eyes"
  • [John] Ferrara - "Shake it Baby Love"
  • [John] Ferrara - "Wuthering Heights, Act I"
  • [John] Ferrara - "Wuthering Heights, Act II"
  • [John] Ferrara - "Wuthering Heights, Act III"
  • John Ozila - "Honey Honey"
  • John Travolta - "A Girl Like You (Disco Remix)"
  • Johnnie Taylor - "(Ooh-Wee) She's Killing Me"
  • Johnny Mathis - "Begin the Beguine" - disco version of the 1935 Cole Porter standard that had also been a swing hit in 1938 for Artie Shaw
  • Johnny Mathis - "Gone, Gone, Gone" - reached #15 Pop in the U.K. in September 1979
  • Johnny Mathis - "Night and Day" - disco version of the 1942 Frank Sinatra standard written by Cole Porter in 1932
  • Johnny Mathis - "That Old Black Magic" - disco version of the 1943 Glenn Miller Orchestra hit
  • The Jones Girls - "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" - reached #38 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • The Jones Girls - "You Made Me Love You" - R&B-disco
  • Jorge Santana - "Feeling Good"
  • Juice People Unlimited - "Disco Godfather" - theme song to the 1979 film "Disco Godfather"
  • Julio Iglesias - "Quierme (Basada en las Danzas Polovtsianas de 'El Principe Igor')" - Spanish disco; based on Alexander Borodin's classical score "Polovtsian Dances"
  • Julio Iglesias - "Un Día Tú, Un Día Yo" - Spanish disco
  • Jumbo - "Rio"
  • Jump - "Does It Feel Good" - electro-disco
  • Jupiter Beyond - "The River Drive"
  • K.C. and the Sunshine Band - "Do You Wanna Go Party" - funky electro-disco - reached #50 Pop in the USA in mid-1979
  • Karen Cheryl - "I Love American Men"
  • Karen Cheryl - "Keepin' It Up"
  • Karen Cheryl - "Lady Luck"
  • Karen Cheryl - "Liars Beware"
  • Karen Cheryl - "Stand Up Performance" - disco-pop
  • Karen Cheryl - "Stone Man"
  • Karen Cheryl - "Tonight in Hollywood" - rock-disco
  • Karen Silver - "Hold On I'm Coming" - electro-rock-disco cover of the 1966 Sam [Moore] and Dave [Prater] tune
  • Karen Silver - "Hot Stuff"
  • Kat Mandu - "Don't Stop, Keep On" - electro-rock-disco
  • Kat Mandu - "Mi Corazon" - Spanish latin-disco
  • Kat Mandu - "The Break"
  • Kat Mandu - "There's Only Been a Few"
  • Kathi Baker - "Dance to the Music"
  • Kathi Baker - "Disco Jam"
  • Kathi Baker - "Fa La La (Feel the Heat)"
  • Kathy Barnes - "Fun and Games" - electro-disco
  • Kathy Barnes - "Spanish Dancer" - latin-disco
  • Kay-Gees - "Burn Me Up" - funky electro-disco
  • The Keane Brothers - "Candy"
  • The Keane Brothers - "Dancin' in the Moonlight" - disco version of the 1973 King Harvest hit "Dancing in the Moonlight" which was first recorded by Boffalongo in 1970
  • The Keane Brothers - "Taking Off" - disco-pop
  • Keez - "Angel on Wheels"
  • Kellee Patterson - "Let Go, Let Go (Let Love be the Driver)"
  • Kickin' - "Love Me Tonight"
  • Kim Taylor - "Stomp Your Feet and Dance" - electro-disco
  • Kimiko Kasai with Herbie Hancock - "I Thought It Was You" - jazzy electro-disco; remake of Hancock's 1978 song
  • King Tutt - "You Got Me Hung Up" - electro-disco
  • The Kinks - "(I Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman" - rock-disco
  • Kinsman Dazz - "Love Design"
  • KISS - "I Was Made For Lovin' You" - metal-disco/rock-disco; reached #11 Pop in the USA in August 1979, #50 Pop in the U.K. in July 1979
  • Kleeer - "Close to You"
  • Kleeer - "I Love To Dance" - electro-disco
  • Kleeer - "It's Magic"
  • Kleeer - "Tonight's the Night (Good Time)"
  • Kleeer - "Winners" - disco-funk
  • Kocky - "Just Keep Dancin'" - funky disco
  • Kocky - "Remone"
  • Kool and the Gang - "Hangin' Out" - electro-disco
  • Kool and the Gang - "If You Feel Like Dancin'"
  • Kool and the Gang - "Ladies' Night" - electro-disco; reached #8 Pop in the USA in January 1980, #9 Pop in the U.K. in November 1979
  • Kool and the Gang - "Tonight's the Night"
  • L.A.X. - "Dancin' at the Disco"
  • L.A.X. - "Saturday Night (Something Special)"
  • L.J. Johnson - "24 Hours a Day" - cover of the 1977 Barbara Pennington song with minor changes to the lyrics
  • L.J. Johnson - "My Destination is Love"
  • L.J. Johnson - "You Keep My Temperature Rising" - disco-soul
  • L.T.D. - "Dance 'N' Sing 'N'"
  • L.T.D. - "Feel It" - disco-soul
  • L.T.D. - "One On One" - funky disco
  • L.T.D. - "Say That You'll Be Mine" - disco-soul
  • L.V. Johnson - "Let Yourself Go" - funky electro-disco
  • L'Ectrique - "Struck By Boogie Lightning"
  • La Bionda - "Disco Roller"
  • La Bionda - "High Energy" - rock-disco
  • La Bionda - "I Got Your Number" - rock-disco
  • La Bionda - "Save Your Energy" - rock-disco
  • La Flavour - "Mandolay" - electro-latin-disco
  • La Pregunta - "Chameleon"
  • La Velle - "Playgirl" - electro-rock-disco
  • Ladies Choice - "Sailor Boy" - electro-disco
  • Lady Zu - "Dança Louca" - Portuguese disco from Brazil
  • Laine - "Nüüd On Mul Muusika" - Estonian disco song with the same melody as Patrick Juvet's 1978 hit "I Love America" but different lyrics
  • Lalo Schifrin - "Amityville Frenzy" - jazzy electro-disco version of the theme to the 1979 film "The Amityville Horror", and which was included on the official soundtrack for that film
  • Lalo Schifrin - "No One Home" - jazzy disco
  • Lalo Schifrin - "Turbulence"
  • Lalo Schifrin - "You Feel Good"
  • Lamont Dozier - "Boogie Business"
  • Lani Hall - "Double or Nothing"
  • Larry Brown - "Breaking Training"
  • Latimore - "Goodbye Heartache" - funky electro-disco
  • Laura Greene - "Let Me Blow Your Whistle"
  • Laura Lee - "Sat-Is-Fac-tion"
  • Laurent Vaguener - "Israel Connection" - electro-disco
  • Lautrec - "Hit the Road, Jack" - rock-disco version of the song written by Percy Mayfield, a hit for Ray Charles in 1961
  • Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs - "Love Shot"
  • Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs - "Turn the Music Up"
  • Le Pamplemousse - "Back Street City Lights" - electro-disco - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Le Pamplemousse - "Creepin" - electro-disco - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Le Pamplemousse - "Planet of Love" - electro-disco - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Le Pamplemousse - "You Can Get Off on the Music" - rock-disco - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Lenny Williams - "If You're in Need" - soul-disco
  • Lenny Williams - "Sweet Ecstasy"
  • Lenny Williams - "When I'm Dancin'"
  • Leon Haywood - "Energy" - electro-disco-funk
  • Leon Haywood - "Just Friends" - mellow disco
  • Leonore O'Malley (featuring Catherine Russell) - "Boogie Dancer"
  • Leonore O'Malley (featuring Catherine Russell) - "C'est La Vie (Here You Are Again)"
  • Leonore O'Malley (featuring Catherine Russell) - "First Be A Woman" - reached #53 Pop in the USA by September 1980
  • Leonore O'Malley (featuring Catherine Russell) - "L'Amour, Toujours L'Amour" - disco in English and French
  • Leonore O'Malley (featuring Catherine Russell) - "One Night Lover Man" - electro-rock-disco
  • Leroy Gomez - "Get Up Boogie"
  • Leroy Gomez - "High on the Moon"
  • Leroy Gomez - "I Got It Bad"
  • Leroy Gomez - "Lonely Night"
  • Leroy Hutson - "(You Put the) Funk in My Life"
  • Les McCann - "All My Love"
  • Les McCann - "Dance Again"
  • Les Sluggers - "Frisco Disco" - rock-disco
  • Les Sluggers - "New Modern Woman" - electro-rock-disco
  • Les Sluggers - "Pigalle" - rock-disco
  • Light of the World - "Midnight Groovin'" - funky disco
  • Lightning - "Baby Without Your Love"
  • Lightning - "Disco Symphony" - electro-disco
  • Lightning - "I Love the Way You Love Me"
  • Lightning - "In and Out of Love" - electro-disco
  • Linda Clifford - "Bailin' Out"
  • Linda Clifford - "Bridge Over Troubled Water" - disco version of the Simon and Garfunkel classic; reached #28 Pop in the U.K. in May 1979
  • Linda Clifford - "Don't Give It Up"
  • Linda Clifford - "Hold Me Close"
  • Linda Clifford - "King for a Night"
  • Linda Clifford - "Lonely Night"
  • Linda Clifford - "One of Those Songs"
  • Linda Clifford - "Repossessed"
  • Linda Clifford - "Sweet Melodies" - electro-disco
  • Linda Evans - "Don't You Need"
  • Lions' Den - "Born Free" - disco version of John Barry's title song to the 1966 film "Born Free"
  • Lions' Den - "Swept Away"
  • Lipps, Inc. - "All Night Dancing"
  • Lipps, Inc. - "Funkytown" - disco with techno sections; reached #1 Pop in the USA in May-June 1980; reached #1 Pop in Canada; reached #2 Pop in the U.K. in June 1980; bundled with "All Night Dancing", reached #1 Disco in the USA in March 1980
  • Lipps, Inc. - "Rock It" - reached #64 Pop in the USA in summer 1980
  • Lipstique - "Lover Love Me" - electro-disco
  • Liquid Gold - "Anyway You Do It" - disco-funk
  • Liquid Gold - "Dance Yourself Dizzy" - reached #2 Pop in the U.K. in April 1980, #26 Disco in the USA in early 1980
  • Liquid Gold - "Mr. Groovy"
  • Liquid Gold - "Secret Love" - disco version of the 1954 Doris Day hit
  • Lisa Lopez - "(You're) High-Steppin'"
  • Little Scotty - "Shout at the Disco" - funky disco
  • Loleatta Holloway - "All About the Paper" - funky disco
  • Loleatta Holloway - "The Greatest Performance of My Life"
  • Loleatta Holloway (with Bunny Sigler) - "That's What You Said (12" Mix)" - disco-soul
  • Lolly Frizol - "Disco Lady" - electro-disco
  • Long John Baldry featuring Kathi McDonald - "Come and Get Your Love" - rock-disco
  • Longo Brothers - "Imitation Life" - disco-pop
  • Longo Brothers - "Movin' On"
  • Lonnie Liston Smith - "Song for the Children" - disco-soul
  • Lonnie Smith - "Do It" - funky disco
  • Loose Change - "All Night Man"
  • Loose Change - "Love is Just a Heartbeat Away"
  • Los João - "Disco Samba" - Mexican latin-disco in Spanish
  • Louis Love - "Whatcha Do To Me" - electro-rock-disco
  • Lourett Russell Grant - "Hot to Trot" - electro-rock-disco
  • Love and Kisses - "You Must Be Love" - produced by Alec R. Costandinos
  • Love and Kisses - "Your Middle Name is Money" - produced by Alec R. Costandinos
  • Love Fever - "House of the Rising Sun" - electro-disco version of the 1964 song by the Animals
  • Love Fever - "Love Fever" - electro-latin-disco
  • Love Fever - "You Really Got Me" - electro-disco version of the 1964 rock hit by the Kinks
  • Love Unlimited - "I'm So Glad That I'm a Woman"
  • Love Unlimited Orchestra - "High Steppin', Hip Dressin' Fella (You Got it Together)" - disco/R&B
  • Lowrell - "Out of Breath" - disco-soul
  • Lucrethia and Azoto - "Havah Nagilah" - disco version of the Jewish folk tune in Hebrew
  • Lucrethia and Azoto - "Zorba's Dance" - Greek-flavored electro-disco
  • Luther Rabb - "Make a Little Move (On the One)"
  • Luther Rabb - "Seattle Sonics Do It" - re-release of "Seattle's Disco Groovin' Tonight" with different lyrics but the same instrumental backing
  • Luther Rabb - "Seattle's Disco Groovin' Tonight"
  • Luv' - "Casanova" - latin-disco-pop
  • Luv' - "D.J." - disco-pop
  • Luv' - "Shoes Off (Boots On)" - disco-pop
  • MML - "Chocolate"
  • MTL Express - "Dance All Night"
  • Machine - "Get Your Body Ready" - electro-disco
  • Machine - "Marisa" - funky rock-disco
  • Machine - "There But For the Grace of God Go I" - electro-disco; reached #77 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • Machine - "You've Come a Long Way Baby" - electro-rock-disco
  • Madison Street - "Hey Look Who's Dancin'"
  • Madison Street - "Symphony of Love" - disco-pop
  • Madleen Kane - "Cheri"
  • Madleen Kane - "Forbidden Love"
  • Madleen Kane - "I Want You, Need You, Love You"
  • Madleen Kane - "Secret Love Affair"
  • Maggie MacNeal - "(I Want the) Nighttime" a.k.a. "Night Time"
  • Magic City featuring Fire - "Let's Rock" - electro-rock-disco
  • Maiya - "Dancing in the Wonderland"
  • Major Lee Vincente - "Let Me Take You Higher" - electro-disco
  • Mandrake - "Dancing the Night Away"
  • Mandre - "Spirit Groove" - electro-disco-funk
  • Mandy Perryment - "Do You Want My Love" - electro-disco
  • Manhattan Transfer - "Twilight Zone/Twilight Zone" - reached #30 Pop in the USA in June 1980, #4 Disco in the USA in 1980, #25 Pop in the U.K. in June 1980; disco version of the theme song to the television show "Twilight Zone"
  • Mantus - "(Dance It) Freestyle Rhythm" - electro-disco
  • Mantus - "I'm So in Love With You" - electro-rock-disco
  • Mantus - "Midnight Energy"
  • Mantus - "Rock it to the Top"
  • Marcel Pane - "Keep On!" - disco-pop
  • Marcia Hines - "Dance, You Fool, Dance"
  • Margaret Reynolds - "All Day, All Night"
  • Margaret Reynolds - "Keep On Holdin' On" - electro-disco
  • Margot Thomas - "Don't Stop the Carnival"
  • Marilyn McLeod - "(I Don't Wanna Dance Tonight) I Got Love on My Mind"
  • Marisa Sacchetto - "Golden Sunset"
  • Marisa Sacchetto - "Hunting For My Heart" - metal-disco
  • Marlena Shaw - "Love Dancin'"
  • Marlena Shaw - "Suite Seventeen: It Was a Very Good Year/I'm a Foster Child" - disco song, part of which is based on Frank Sinatra's "It Was a Very Good Year" but with modified lyrics
  • Marlena Shaw - "Touch Me in the Morning" - cover of a Diana Ross song
  • Martha Reeves - "Skating in the Streets (Dancing in the Streets)" - disco song with some lyrics copied from her 1964 classic "Dancing in the Street" that she recorded as Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, but most of the lyrics are new
  • Martha Reeves - "Then You Came" - disco-soul
  • Marti - "Hey Love"
  • Marti Lynn - "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" - disco version of the 1964 song from the musical "The Roar of the Greasepaint-the Smell of the Crowd" that was later a hit for Tony Bennett
  • Martin Circus - "Disco Circus"
  • Martin Circus - "Ite Missa Est"
  • Martin Circus - "Number One Woman" - electro-disco
  • Martin Circus - "Shine Baby Shine"
  • Martin Stevens (a.k.a. Roger Prud'homme) - "Gotcha Baby"
  • Martin Stevens (a.k.a. Roger Prud'homme) - "Midnight Music"
  • Martinique - "Bedtime Story"
  • Marvic Sotto - "Disco Fever" - purely English version of VST and Company's mixed Tagalog-English mellow disco song by the same title
  • Marvic Sotto - "I'll Sing and C'mon Dance" - English version of VST and Company's 1979 Tagalog song "Awitin Mo At Isasayaw Ko"
  • Marvic Sotto - "Kiss Kiss" - purely English version of VST and Company's mixed Tagalog-English song "Kiss... Kiss"
  • Marvic Sotto - "May I Have This Dance" - from the Philippines; released in both a mixed Tagalog-English version and a purely English version; the English-only version has more intense drumming but otherwise the instrumentation seems identical; the mixed version is also known as "May I Have This Dance (...Ngayun Lang)" and was later attributed as a VST and Company group release despite its origination as a solo Marvic record (Marvic was a singer with VST); not to be confused with VST and Company's 2006 bossa nova re-recording
  • Marvic Sotto - "Sexy Lady" - disco-pop
  • Mary Love - "Dance to My Music"
  • Mary Love - "Turn Me, Turn Me, Turn Me"
  • Mary Welch - "I Could Have Danced All Night" - disco version of the song from the 1956 musical My Fair Lady, written by Alan Jay Lerner
  • Mary Wilson - "Midnight Dancer"
  • Mary Wilson - "Red Hot" - mellow disco/R&B
  • Mary Wilson - "You Make Me Feel So Good" - R&B-disco
  • Mary Wilson - "You're the Light that Guides My Way"
  • Masquerade - "Cat Tails" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Masquerade - "Don't Leave Me Hanging" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Masquerade - "I'm Attached to You" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Masquerade - "L.O.V.E./R.S.V.P." - produced by Boris Midney
  • Masquerade - "Open the Secret Door" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Masquerade - "The Land of Miracles" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Masquerade - "Wooden Wooden Puppet" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Mass Production - "Can't You See I'm Fired Up" - funky electro-disco
  • Massara - "Margarita 'Margherita'" - electro-disco; released in Italian and English versions
  • Master Force - "Don't Fight the Feeling" - electro-disco
  • Match - "Boogie Man"
  • Maureen McGovern - "Different Worlds" - disco-pop; reached #18 Pop in the USA in September 1979; theme to the television show "Angie"
  • Maureen McGovern - "I'm Happy Just to Dance with You" - disco version of the 1964 Beatles classic
  • Max Berlin - "World Wide Party" - electro-disco
  • Max Bygraves (a.k.a. Walter Bygraves) - "Get Me to the Church on Time" - disco version of the song from the 1956 musical My Fair Lady, written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe
  • Max Bygraves (a.k.a. Walter Bygraves) - "How Ya Gonna Keep Em Down on the Farm" - disco-pop version of the song "How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm (After They've Seen Paree)", written by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis with music composed by Walter Donaldson
  • Max Bygraves (a.k.a. Walter Bygraves) - "Ma (He's Making Eyes At Me)" - disco-pop version of the song written by Sidney Clare and Con Conrad in 1921
  • Max Bygraves (a.k.a. Walter Bygraves) - "My Mammy"
  • Max Bygraves (a.k.a. Walter Bygraves) - "Somebody Stole My Gal" - disco-pop version of the song written in 1918 by Leo Wood
  • Max Bygraves (a.k.a. Walter Bygraves) - "Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey" - disco-pop version of this traditional song
  • Maxine Nightingale - "Hideaway"
  • Maynard Ferguson - "Gabriel" - jazzy disco
  • Maynard Ferguson - "Rocky II Disco" - reached #82 Pop in the USA in August 1979; theme song to the film "Rocky II"
  • McFadden and Whitehead - "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" - reached #13 Pop in the USA in July 1979, #5 Pop in the U.K. in June 1979
  • McFadden and Whitehead - "Do You Want to Dance?"
  • Meco - "Devil Delight"
  • Meco - "Grazing in the Grass" - disco-pop version of the 1969 hit by the Friends of Distinction
  • Meco - "Living in the Night"
  • Meco - "Love Me, Dracula"
  • Meco - "Moondancer"
  • Meco - "Spooky" - disco version of the 1968 hit by Classics IV
  • Meco - "Themes from Superman: Main Title Theme, The Destruction of Krypton, The Trip to Earth, Growing Up, March of the Villains, The Flying Sequence and 'Can You Read My Mind?', Chasing Rockets, Turning Back the World, End Title Theme" - medley of discofied music from the movie
  • Melba Moore - "Burn" - rock-disco
  • Melba Moore - "Hot and Tasty" - funky electro-disco
  • Melba Moore - "Miss Thing" - rock-disco
  • Melba Moore - "Night People" - electro-disco
  • The Miami Disco Band featuring Beverly Barkley - "(I Wanna) Go Home with You" - latin-disco
  • Michael Jackson - "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" - reached #1 Pop in the USA in October 1979, #3 Pop in the U.K. in October 1979
  • Michael Jackson - "Get On the Floor"
  • Michael Jackson - "Off the Wall" - reached #10 Pop and #5 R&B in the USA in April 1980; #7 Pop in the U.K. in December 1979
  • Michael Jackson - "Rock With You" - reached #1 Pop and #1 R&B in the USA in January 1980; #7 Pop in the U.K. in March 1980
  • Michalski and Ooversteen - "The Body Shop" - electro-rock-disco
  • Michele Freeman - "Find the Fire"
  • Michele Freeman - "Nice and Slow" - electro-disco
  • Michele Freeman - "Try My Loving" - electro-disco
  • Michele Freeman - "Tumble Heat" - electro-disco
  • Michele Freeman - "Where'd You Get What You Got"
  • Michèle Richard - "Je survivrai" - French cover of "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor
  • Mick Jackson - "54th Street"
  • Mickey's Men - "Here Comes the Garbage Man"
  • Mickey's Men - "I Heard Rumours" - electro-rock-disco
  • Midnight Gang - "Let's Go Dancin'" - electro-rock-disco
  • Midnight Gang - "Love is Magic" - electro-disco
  • Midnight Gang - "Midnight Game" - rock-disco
  • Midnight Gang - "The Whole World is Singing"
  • Midnight Wind - "Rocket" - electro-disco
  • Mighty Clouds of Joy - "Changing Times"
  • Mighty Pope - "Because the Night" - disco version of the 1978 Patti Smith song
  • Mighty Pope - "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" - electro-disco version of the 1968 hard-rock hit by Iron Butterfly
  • Mighty Pope - "New Orleans" - electro-disco version of the song written by Frank J. Guida and Joe F. Royster which became a hit for Gary U.S. Bonds in 1960
  • Mighty Pope - "Sway" - electro-disco
  • Mighty Pope - "Sweet Blindness" - electro-disco
  • Miguel Bosé - "Super Superman"
  • The Mike Theodore Orchestra - "Disco People"
  • The Mike Theodore Orchestra - "Dragons of Midnight"
  • The Mike Theodore Orchestra - "High On Mad Mountain"
  • The Mike Theodore Orchestra - "Wonder Man"
  • Milk and Honey with Gali - "Good Bye New York (Version Française)" - electro-disco in French and English
  • Millie Jackson - "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" - live cover of the 1978 Rod Stewart hit
  • Millie Jackson - "We Got to Hit It Off"
  • Millie Jackson and Isaac Hayes - "Feels Like the First Time" - electro-disco-soul version of Foreigner's 1977 hit
  • Mimi - "Shaking" - rock-disco
  • Mira Waters - "You Have Inspired Me"
  • Mirdza Zivere - "Vienmer but" - Latvian electro-disco
  • Mirror Image - "Auld Lang Syne" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Mirror Image - "Good King Wenceslas" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Mirror Image - "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Mirror Image - "I Was Made for Dancin'" - cover of the Leif Garrett hit
  • Mirror Image - "Instant Replay" - cover of the Dan Hartman hit
  • Mirror Image - "Jingle Bells" - re-release of the Mistletoe Disco Band's 1978 Christmas song under this different "group" name
  • Mirror Image - "Macho Man" - cover of the Village People hit
  • Mirror Image - "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" - jazzy disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Mirror Image - "Silver Bells" - re-release of the Mistletoe Disco Band's 1978 Christmas song under this different "group" name
  • Mirror Image - "The Twelve Days of Christmas" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Mirror Image - "We Three Kings" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Missa Disco - "Kyrie"
  • Moment of Truth - "I'm Hopelessly in Love with You"
  • Moment of Truth - "Love at First Sight"
  • Mona Carita - "Rasputin" - Russian-flavored disco in Finnish; cover of the 1978 Boney M hit
  • Mona Carita - "Suoraan Taivaalta" - Finnish electro-disco-pop version of Sarah Brightman and Hot Gossip's hit "I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper"
  • Montreal Sound - "Keep on Dreaming" - electro-disco
  • Montreal Sound - "Lady" - electro-disco
  • Montreal Sound - "Never Go Away" - electro-disco-pop
  • Montreal Sound - "One More Time" - electro-disco
  • Montreal Sound - "Sticks 'n Skins"
  • Moon Child - "Soucoupes Volantes" - French electro-rock-disco
  • Moulin Rouge - "Holiday" - disco version of the Bee Gees hit
  • Moulin Rouge - "Lonely Days" - disco version of the Bee Gees hit
  • Moulin Rouge - "My World" - disco version of the Bee Gees song
  • Moulin Rouge - "Run to Me" - disco version of the Bee Gees hit
  • Moulin Rouge - "To Love Somebody" - disco version of the Bee Gees classic
  • Mouzon's Electric Band - "Everybody Get Down" - jazzy electro-disco; produced by Alphonse Mouzon
  • Mouzon's Electric Band - "I Still Love You" - jazzy electro-disco; produced by Alphonse Mouzon
  • Mouzon's Electric Band - "I Want to Hold Your Hand" - electro-rock-disco version of the Beatles hit; produced by Alphonse Mouzon
  • Mu Band - "Let's Go Skating" - electro-disco
  • Mucho Plus - "Nassau's Disco" - Caribbean electro-disco version of Beginning of the End's "Funky Nassau"
  • The Munich Machine - "Easy" - rock-disco
  • The Munich Machine - "Fallen Angel" - electro-disco
  • The Munich Machine - "Let Your Body Shine" - rock-disco
  • The Munich Machine - "Party Light" - electro-disco
  • The Munich Machine - "Reputation" - rock-disco-pop
  • Music Machine featuring Patti Boulaye - "Disco-Dancer"
  • Music Machine featuring Patti Boulaye - "Ready for Love"
  • Music Machine featuring Tony Jackson - "The Music Machine" - title track to the 1979 British film "The Music Machine"
  • Musique - "Glide" - produced by Patrick Adams
  • Musique - "Good and Plenty Lover" - funky disco; produced by Patrick Adams
  • Musique - "Love Massage" - produced by Patrick Adams
  • Must - "Sado Maso Disco"
  • Nana Love - "Hang On" - jazzy electro-disco
  • Nancy Wilson - "Love, Life and Harmony"
  • Nannette Inventor - "Dance (Paikot-Ikot)" - disco in Tagalog and English from the Philippines
  • Narada Michael Walden - "I Shoulda Loved Ya" - electro-disco; reached #8 Pop in the U.K. in May 1980, #66 Pop in the USA in 1980, #4 R&B in the USA in 1980
  • Narada Michael Walden - "Lovin' You Madly" - electro-disco
  • Narada Michael Walden - "Tonight I'm Alright" - reached #34 Pop in the U.K. in March 1980, #35 R&B in the USA in 1980
  • Narada Michael Walden - "You're So Good"
  • Natalie Cole - "I Love You So"
  • Natural High - "Don't Be Lonely" - disco-soul
  • Nature's Divine - "Never Felt This Way Before"
  • Needa - "Rock-A-Freak" - electro-disco
  • The Neil Cloud Orchestra - "Time of the Seasons" - rock-disco version of the 1968 hit for the Zombies
  • Neoton Família (a.k.a. Newton Family) - "Diszkókege" - disco in Hungarian; released as "Discokece" or "Discoketse" on their two 1980 English-language albums
  • Neoton Família (a.k.a. Newton Family) - "Ha szombat este táncol" - disco-pop in Hungarian; also released in an English version, "Disco Story", in 1980
  • Neoton Família (a.k.a. Newton Family) - "Hazafelé" - disco in Hungarian; also released in an English version, "Homeward Bound", in 1980
  • Neoton Família (a.k.a. Newton Family) - "Hegyirabló" - disco in Hungarian; also released in an English version, "Lord of All the Mountains", in 1980
  • Neoton Família (a.k.a. Newton Family) - "Megőrülök a szerelemért!" - disco-pop in Hungarian; also released in an English version, "The Thought of Love", in 1980
  • Neoton Família (a.k.a. Newton Family) - "Santa Maria" - Spanish-flavored disco-pop in Hungarian; also released in an English version in 1980
  • Neoton Família (a.k.a. Newton Family) - "Szia!" - disco in Hungarian; also released in an English version, "Hello!", in 1980
  • New Paradise - "In the Laser Beams"
  • New Paradise - "Love Always Rules the Fools" - electro-disco
  • New Paradise - "Pick Me Up"
  • New Paradise - "Showman" - electro-disco
  • New Paradise - "The French Way" - electro-disco in English and French
  • New Paradise - "USA Disco People"
  • Nightfall - "Nightime Boogie" - funky disco
  • Nightlife Unlimited - "Dance, Freak and Boogie"
  • Nightlife Unlimited - "Disco Choo Choo"
  • Nightlife Unlimited - "Love is in You" - electro-disco
  • Nightlife Unlimited - "Precious Moments"
  • Nohelani Cypriano - "Moon of Monakoora" - Hawaiian-flavored disco
  • Nohelani Cypriano - "South Sea Island Magic" - Hawaiian-flavored disco
  • Norma Jean Wright - "High Society" - produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic; reached #92 Disco in the USA in early 1980
  • Norma Jordan - "Disco Beat" - electro-disco; reached #2 Pop in Italy in 1980
  • North, South, East, and West - "Keep on Dancing"
  • Northend - "Kind of Life (Kind of Love)"
  • Nuggets - "I'm Getting Away"
  • Nuggets - "New York"
  • Nuggets - "Proud Mary" - disco version of the song by Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • O.C. Smith - "Everything's Changed"
  • O.C. Smith - "You Thrill Me" - disco version of the song by Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn that was first recorded by Exile in 1979
  • The O'Jays - "Get On Out and Party"
  • The O'Jays - "Identify"
  • The O'Jays - "Sing a Happy Song" - reached #39 Pop in the U.K. in October 1979
  • The O'Jays - "So Nice, I Tried it Twice"
  • Olympic Runners - "The Bitch" - reached #37 Pop in the U.K. in August 1979; title track to the film "The Bitch"
  • Opus Seven - "Hit and Run" - electro-disco-soul
  • Orchester Milan Pilar - "Munich Disco - electro-disco
  • Orchestra Gianni Mazza - "Ilona Theme"
  • Orchestra Gianni Mazza - "John's Fever"
  • The Originals - "J-E-A-L-O-U-S (Means I Love You)" - disco-funk
  • The Originals - "Jezebel (You've Got Me Under Your Spell)"
  • The Osmonds - "You're Mine" - electro-rock-disco-pop
  • Ottawan - "D.I.S.C.O." - available in English and French versions; reached #2 Pop in the U.K. in October 1980
  • Overnight Band - "Disco Tossed Salad" - electro-disco-funk
  • Pablo Cruise - "I Go to Rio" - disco version of the 1976 Peter Allen and Adrienne Anderson song; reached #46 Pop in the USA in early 1979
  • Pablo Cruise - "I Want You Tonight" - rock-disco; reached #19 Pop in the USA in December 1979
  • Pamala Stanley - "All I Want To Do Is Dance"
  • Pamala Stanley - "Heart of a Clown" - disco-pop
  • Pamala Stanley - "Hey, Mister Magic"
  • Pamala Stanley - "Mr. Sunshine" - Dixieland-flavored disco-pop
  • Pamala Stanley - "Only You Can Reach Me" - disco-pop
  • Pamala Stanley - "That'll be the Day"
  • Pamala Stanley - "This is Hot"
  • Panache - "Jam On" - R&B-disco
  • Panache - "Sweet Music" - jazzy disco; instrumental version is titled "Sweet Jazz Music"
  • Paradise Express featuring Vi Ann - "Love is a Flame (It Won't Burn)"
  • Paris Casablanca - "Dancing in Cairo" - Middle Eastern-flavored disco
  • Paris Casablanca - "I Wanna Go Home (Skiped by Two)" (spelling error in title) - electro-disco
  • Paris Casablanca - "Keep on Running" - electro-rock-disco version of a song by the Spencer Davis Group
  • Partners - "Dance (Whoever You Are)"
  • Passengers - "He's Speedy Like Gonzales" - italo-disco (electro-disco-pop)
  • Passionata - "Himiko" - electro-disco in Japanese and English
  • Passionata - "The Arab Legend" - electro-disco in Japanese and English
  • Patrice Rushen - "Call On Me"
  • Patrice Rushen - "Haven't You Heard" - reached the top 30 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • Patrice Rushen - "Let the Music Take Me"
  • Patrick Hernandez - "Back to Boogie" - electro-disco
  • Patrick Hernandez - "Born To Be Alive" - rock-disco; reached #16 Pop in the USA in September 1979, #10 Pop in the U.K. in August 1979
  • Patrick Hernandez - "Disco Queen" - electro-disco
  • Patrick Hernandez - "I Give You Rendez-Vous"
  • Patrick Hernandez - "It Comes So Easy" - rock-disco
  • Patrick Hernandez - "Lover Identity Card" - electro-rock-disco
  • Patrick Hernandez - "Show Me the Way You Kiss"
  • Patrick Hernandez - "Too Many People" - rock-disco
  • Patrick Juvet - "French Pillow Talk"
  • Patrick Juvet - "Lady Night"
  • Patrick Juvet - "Swiss Kiss"
  • Patrick Juvet - "The Gay Paris"
  • Patrick Juvet - "Viva California"
  • Patsy Gallant - "It's Got to be You" - electro-disco-pop
  • Patti LaBelle - "Music is My Way of Life"
  • Patti Whatley - "Backstreet" - electro-disco
  • Pattie Brooks - "'Cause I Love, Love, Love You"
  • Pattie Brooks - "Got Tu Go Disco"
  • Pattie Brooks - "My Heart Belongs to You"
  • Pattie Brooks - "Party Girl"
  • Pattie Brooks - "Workin' It Out"
  • Paul Anka - "Never Get to Know You"
  • Paul Creme and the Wheels - "Gimme a Sign" - rock-disco
  • Paul Humphrey - "Scream and Shout" - funky/bluesy electro-disco
  • Paul Jabara - "Disco Divorce"
  • Paul Jabara - "Disco Wedding"
  • Paul Jabara - "Honeymoon in Puerto Rico"
  • Paul Lewis - "Girl, You Need a Change of Mind" - cover of the 1972 Eddie Kendricks hit
  • Paulinho da Costa - "Deja Vu" a.k.a. "Déjà Vu" - jazzy disco
  • Peaches and Herb - "Easy As Pie" - disco-pop
  • Peaches and Herb - "Funtime"
  • Peaches and Herb - "Gettin' Down, Gettin' Down"
  • Peaches and Herb - "Gypsy Lady" - electro-disco
  • Peaches and Herb - "(I Want Us) Back Together"
  • Peaches and Herb - "Roller-Skatin' Mate" - reached #66 Pop in the USA in late-fall 1979
  • Pearly Gates - "Fandango Dancing"
  • Pedro Marin - "Puente de Colores" - Spanish electro-disco
  • Peggy March - "Dancin' Daddy"
  • Peggy March - "Electrifying"
  • Penny McLean (a.k.a. Gertrude Wirshinger) - "Tut-Ench-Amun"
  • People Live - "Runaround"
  • Persia - "Inch by Inch" - electro-disco
  • Pete Bender - "Funky Fever" - electro-rock-disco
  • Peter Allen - "Don't Wish Too Hard" - disco version of a song co-written by Peter Allen and Carole Bayer Sager and performed by Sager in 1977
  • Peter Brown - "It's Alright" - disco-pop
  • Peter Brown - "Penguin" - electro-disco
  • Peter Jacques Band - "Devil's Run" - Hi-NRG-disco
  • Peter Jacques Band - "Fire Night Dance" - Hi-NRG-disco
  • Peter Jacques Band - "Walking on Music" - Hi-NRG-disco
  • Phil Trim - "Mammy Blue" - electro-disco English-language version of the 1970 French ballad written by Hubert Giraud which was recorded in Italian by Ivana Spagna and in French by Nicoletta and Joel Dayde
  • Philadelphia Boys - "D.I.S.C.O." - electro-disco
  • The Philadelphia Luv Ensemble - "A Classic 10" - disco version of a classical piano concerto
  • The Philadelphia Luv Ensemble - "Slaughter on 10th Ave." - jazzy disco version of the Richard Rodgers song from the musical "On Your Toes"
  • The Philadelphia Luv Ensemble - "Warsaw Concerto" - disco version of the classical song by Richard Addinsell from the 1941 movie "Dangerous Moonlight"
  • Philly Cream - "Join the Army"
  • Philly Cream - "Motown Review"
  • Phyllis Hyman - "Heavenly"
  • Phyllis Hyman - "Hold On"
  • Phyllis Hyman - "Under Your Spell"
  • Phyllis Hyman - "You Know How To Love Me" - reached #101 Pop in the USA
  • Pico - "Malaguena"
  • Pierre Perpall - "J'aime La Musique / Party Down" - French and English disco, including a cover of "Turn the Music Up!" by the Players Association
  • Pierre Perpall - "Oui C'est Dans La Danse" - French disco, based on the 1978 hit "Can You Feel the Force?" by the Real Thing, but with different lyrics
  • Pierre Perpall - "Pour Moi C'est Toi" - French disco
  • Pierre Perpall - "Quand Tu Penses Pouvoir M'Aimer" - French disco
  • Pierre Perpall - "Spacin' Out With You Baby" - electro-disco
  • [Pierre] Perpall - "Them Changes" - instrumental disco version of the song by Buddy Miles
  • Pink Lady - "Dancing in the Halls of Love" - rock-disco
  • Pink Lady - "I Want to Give You My Everything" - disco-pop
  • Pink Lady - "Kiss in the Dark" - reached #37 Pop in the USA in August 1979
  • Pink Lady - "Love Me Tonight" - cover of the Tom Jones song
  • Pink Lady - "Love Countdown"
  • Pink Lady - "Monday Mona Lisa Club" - rock-disco
  • Pink Lady - "Pink Typhoon" - instrumentation covers the Village People's "In the Navy", but the lyrics are different and a mix of Japanese and English
  • Pink Lady - "Strangers When We Kiss"
  • Pink Lady - "Walk Away Renee" - disco-pop cover of a 1960s song by the Four Tops and the Left Banke
  • Pino Presti - "You Know the Way"
  • Platinum Hook - "Give Me Time to Say"
  • Platypus - "Body and Soul"
  • Platypus - "Dancing in the Moonlight"
  • The Players Association - "Everybody Dance" - remake of the Chic hit
  • The Players Association - "Turn the Music Up!" - jazzy disco; reached #8 Pop in the U.K. in March 1979
  • Plaza - "Dance, Baby, Dance"
  • Plaza - "(Got My) Dancing Shoes"
  • Plaza - "Let's Do It"
  • Plaza - "Never Gonna Change My Mind"
  • Plaza - "Too Hot for Dancing"
  • Pockets - "Catch Me"
  • Positive Force - "We Got the Funk" - electro-disco-funk; reached #18 Pop in the U.K. in January 1980
  • Poussez! - "Boogie With Me"
  • Poussez! - "Come On and Do It"
  • Poussez! - "Never Gonna Say Goodbye"
  • Poussez! - "You're All I Have"
  • Precious Wilson - "Hold On I'm Coming" - disco-soul cover of the 1966 Sam [Moore] and Dave [Prater] tune
  • Prince Phillip Mitchell - "Let's Go Wet"
  • Psychic - "Take a Chance" - electro-disco
  • Puff - "(You Got Me) in the Mood"
  • Purple Reign - "You Can't Keep a Good Man Down"
  • Q's Brothers - "Disco Sucks" - hostile parody, backed by the music from Rick Dees' 1976 hit "Disco Duck"
  • Queen Samantha - "Sweet San Francisco" - electro-disco
  • Queen Samantha - "Take A Chance" - electro-disco
  • Queen Samantha - "Thank You for Your Love" - electro-disco
  • Queen Samantha - "The Look of Love" - electro-disco cover of the Dusty Springfield classic
  • The Quick - "Sharks are Cool, Jets are Hot" - electro-disco-pop
  • R.J.'s Latest Arrival - "Does She Do It Like She Dances?" - cover of the 1977 Addrisi Brothers song
  • Raduga - "Rassvetaet" - Bashkir disco from Bashkortostan, U.S.S.R.
  • The Raes - "Don't Make Waves"
  • The Raes - "Don't Turn Around"
  • The Raes - "Gonna Burn My Boogie Shoes"
  • The Raes - "School" - disco version of the 1974 Supertramp song
  • Rainbow - "Ghost Riders in the Sky" - electro-rock-disco version of the Johnny Cash country classic (music and lyrics by Stan Jones)
  • Rainbow Team - "Come to the Rainbow" - funky disco
  • Ramsey Lewis - "Aquarius/Let the Sun Shine In" - disco version of the song from the film and musical "Hair" popularized by the 5th Dimension
  • Ramsey Lewis - "Dancin'" - jazzy disco
  • Ramsey Lewis - "Every Chance I Get (I'm Gonna Love You)"
  • Ranee Lee - "Disco Man"
  • Ray Dahrouge - "I Can See Him Makin' Love to You, Baby"
  • Ray Dahrouge - "Steppin' Out"
  • Ray Dahrouge - "Still What I Want"
  • Ray, Goodman and Brown - "Thrill/Friends"
  • Razamataz - "We're Flyin' Razamataz" - electro-disco
  • Regina James - "Alfie" - disco version of Dionne Warwick's hit
  • Reginall Palmeri - "Valentino's Tango Dance" - Argentinian-flavored disco
  • Régine - "I'll Never Stop Dancin'" - electro-disco
  • Régine - "Je survivrai (I Will Survive)" - French cover of "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor
  • Ren Woods - "Everybody Get Up"
  • Rena Mason - "Do It"
  • Rena Mason - "You Know I Need You So Bad" - rock-disco
  • Rena Scott - "Disco Breakdown"
  • Rena Scott - "Super Lover"
  • Rendez-Vous - "Fall in Love"
  • Revanche - "1979 It's Dancing Time"
  • Revanche - "Music Man" - Hi-NRG-disco
  • Revanche - "Revenge" - Hi-NRG-rock-disco
  • Revanche - "You Get High in N.Y.C."
  • Révélacion - "Living It Up" - electro-rock-disco
  • Rhoades Affair - "See You in September" - disco version of the 1959 classic "See You in September" by the Tempos
  • Rhond Durand - "Disco Fever" - electro-disco
  • Rhythm Heritage - "Disco Derby"
  • Rhythm Heritage - "Disco House"
  • Rhythm Heritage - "Face in the Crowd"
  • Rhythm Heritage - "Frisco Discotheque"
  • Rhythm Heritage - "Life Line" - electro-rock-disco
  • Richard Evans - "Burning Spear" - funky disco
  • Richard Evans - "Do-Re-Me-For-Soul" - jazzy disco
  • Richard Sanderson - "Never Let You Go" - electro-disco
  • Rick Dees - "Meatballs" - title track to the soundtrack of the 1979 movie "Meatballs"
  • Rick James - "High On Your Love Suite" - funky disco; reached #72 Pop in the USA
  • Rick Summer - "Born To Be Alive" - rock-disco cover of the Patrick Hernandez hit
  • Rick Summer - "Shake It Up (We're Gonna Boogie)"
  • [Laurin] Rinder and [W. Michael] Lewis - "Arabella / Home"
  • [Laurin] Rinder and [W. Michael] Lewis - "Blue Steel" - jazzy disco
  • [Laurin] Rinder and [W. Michael] Lewis - "Harlem Shuffle"
  • [Laurin] Rinder and [W. Michael] Lewis - "Love Potion #9" - disco version of the 1964 classic by the Clovers
  • The Ring - "Jump!"
  • The Ring - "Savage Lover"
  • Risco Connection - "Good Times" - reggae-flavored cover of the Chic hit, with extra lyrics
  • Rising Love featuring Karen Braxton - "Treasure Chest" - electro-disco
  • Rita Lee - "Chega Mais" - Portuguese electro-disco from Brazil
  • The Ritchie Family - "Bad Reputation"
  • The Ritchie Family - "It's A Man's World"
  • The Ritchie Family - "Put Your Feet to the Beat" - rock-disco
  • The Ritchie Family - "Sexy Man"
  • The Ritchie Family - "Where Are the Men"
  • Ritz - "Dance Until You Drop"
  • Ritz - "Locomotion" - electro-disco cover of the classic made famous by Little Eva and Grand Funk Railroad
  • Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway - "You Are My Heaven" - disco-soul; reached #47 Pop in the USA in 1980
  • Roberto Delgado - "Black is Black" - instrumental electro-disco version of the 1966 Los Bravos classic
  • Roberto Delgado - "Corps a Corps" - electro-latin-disco version of the song composed by Marta Bacardit
  • Roberto Delgado - "Farewell, Jamaica Farewell" - instrumental Jamaican- and Mexican-flavored electro-disco version of the calypso classic "Jamaica Farewell"
  • Roberto Delgado - "Le Freak" - electro-disco cover of Chic's 1978 hit
  • Roberto Delgado - "Pata, Pata" - instrumental electro-disco version of Miriam Makeba's 1957 South African song
  • Roberto Delgado - "Skokiaan" - Jamaican-flavored instrumental disco cover of August Musarurwa's tune from Zimbabwe
  • Roberto Delgado - "The Devil Sent You to Lorado" - Mexican- and Jamaican-flavored latin-disco cover of Baccara's 1978 song
  • Roberto Delgado - "Vaya Golondrina" - Mexican-flavored electro-latin-disco
  • Roberto Delgado - "Viva La Bamba" - Mexican-flavored electro-latin-disco cover of a famous tune
  • Robin Beck - "Hold On"
  • Robin Beck - "Sweet Talk"
  • Robin Hooker Band - "Stand By Your Man"
  • Robin Hooker Band - "Your Cheatin' Heart" - disco version of the 1964 Hank Williams, Jr. classic
  • Romance - "Dance My Way to Your Heart"
  • Romance - "Glad I Met You"
  • Romance - "Keep on Givin' Me Love/Love Suite (To Sabrina)"
  • Romance - "Tower of Love"
  • Ron Green - "We've Got the Power"
  • Ronaldo Resedá - "Marron Glacé" - Portuguese electro-disco from Brazil; theme song of the Brazilian soap opera of the same name
  • Ronaldo Resedá - "Pif-Paf" - Portuguese electro-rock-disco from Brazil
  • Ronn Matlock - "Let Me Dance"
  • Ronnie Dyson - "Couples Only"
  • Ronnie Dyson - "Hide Behind the Music"
  • Ronnie Jones - "Dancin' in the Disco" - electro-disco
  • Ronnie Jones - "Lookin' for Love"
  • Ronnie Jones - "Shape Up" - electro-rock-disco
  • Roots - "Son of a Son of a Sheik" - electro-disco
  • Roots - "(What Are You Doing) In Casablanca" - electro-disco
  • Rosa Fumetto - "Crazy Chat" - electro-rock-disco in English and French
  • Rose Royce - "Is It Love You're After" - reached #13 Pop in the U.K. in January 1980
  • Roundtree - "Manhattan Fever" - samples the bassline from Chic's "Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah)" and also recreates its rhythm guitar lines
  • Roy Ayers - "Don't Hide Your Love"
  • Roy Ayers - "Fever" - disco version of the 1958 Peggy Lee hit
  • Roy Pisanelli - "Play-Back" - 1979 - electro-disco in English and Italian
  • Rozalin Woods - "Flashback"
  • Rozalin Woods - "I Trust You"
  • Rozalin Woods - "Sexy Eyes" - cover of the Dr. Hook hit
  • Rozalin Woods - "What'cha Gonna Do About It?"
  • Ruby Lipps - "(At the) Roller Rink" - electro-disco
  • Rudy [Trevis] - "Can You Stop Woman" - electro-disco-funk
  • Rudy [Trevis] - "Just Take My Body" - electro-disco
  • Rudy [Trevis] - "Thank You Baby"
  • Rudy [Trevis] - "White Room" - electro-disco
  • Rufus and Chaka [Khan] - "Any Love"
  • Rufus and Chaka [Khan] - "Body Heat" - disco version of Quincy Jones's 1974 soul song
  • Rufus and Chaka [Khan] - "I'm Dancing For Your Love"
  • Ruth Waters - "Let's Start a New Affair"
  • Ruth Waters - "Never Gonna be the Same"
  • [Paul] Sabu - "Loose Lucy Is On The Loose" - rock-disco
  • [Paul] Sabu - "Rockin' Rollin' Disco King" - rock-disco
  • Saint and Stephanie - "Gotta Keep on Dancin'"
  • Saint and Stephanie - "Have You Ever Heard a Symphony/I Hear a Symphony"
  • Saint and Stephanie - "Last Train to the Boogie"
  • St. John's Ensemble - "St. John's Cosmic Concerto" - electro-disco
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "212 North 12th"
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "Burning Spear" - cover of the 1979 Richard Evans song
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "Have a Good Time" - rock-disco
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "I'll Keep You Warm"
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "My Number's Up" - jazzy disco
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "Resorts International"
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "Somebody to Love" - disco version of Jefferson Airplane's 1967 rock hit
  • The Salsoul Orchestra - "Street Sense"
  • The Salsoul Orchestra (a.k.a. The Salsoul Strings) - "Sun After the Rain" - cover of Bebu Silvetti's 1978 track
  • Sam Jam - "Dance and Chant" a.k.a. "Dance 'n' Chant" - jazzy rock-disco
  • Samantha Sang (a.k.a. Cheryl Sang) - "From Dance to Love"
  • Samantha Sang (a.k.a. Cheryl Sang) - "In the Midnight Hour" - disco version of the 1965 song by Wilson Pickett with Steve Cropper with slightly modified lyrics
  • Sandy Mercer - "Now That You're In (What Cha Gonna Do About It)"
  • Sandy Powers - "Farewell" - electro-disco
  • Santa Esmeralda - "Another Cha Cha" - latin-disco
  • Santa Esmeralda - "Answer"
  • Saragossa Band - "Disco Boogie Boogie (That's Where the Happy People Go)" - electro-disco cover of the 1975 Trammps hit "That's Where the Happy People Go"
  • Saragossa Band - "Zabadak" - disco-pop version of the 1967 song written by Howard Blaikley
  • Sarah - "Amor Bandido" - Portuguese disco from Brazil
  • Sarah Brightman - "Love in a UFO" - electro-rock-disco-pop
  • Sarah Brightman and the Starship Troopers - "Adventures of the Love Crusader" - disco-pop
  • Saturday Night Band - "Boogie With Me" - electro-disco
  • Saturday Night Band - "Get Wet With Me"
  • Saturday Night Band - "Groovin' With You"
  • Saturday Night Band - "Keep Those Lovers Dancing"
  • Saturday Night Band - "Let's Make it a Party"
  • Scatino - "I'm a Lover"
  • Scherrie [Payne] and Susaye [Greene-Brown] - "Leaving Me was the Best Thing You've Ever Done"
  • Scherrie [Payne] and Susaye [Greene-Brown] - "Storybook Romance" - R&B-disco version of the 1978 Freda Payne song
  • Scott Allan - "I Think We're Alone Now/Will You Love Me Tomorrow" - disco song that alternates between remakes of "I Think We're Alone Now" (originally recorded in 1967 by Tommy James and the Shondells) and "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" (originally recorded in 1960 by the Shirelles)
  • Scott Davis and the Movements - "New York Apple Jack" - electro-disco-funk
  • Scum - "You Can Do It" - funky electro-disco cover of the song by Al Hudson and the Soul Partners
  • Sea Level - "Sneakers (Fifty-Four)" - rock-disco
  • Seitsemän Seinähullua Veljestä - "Kaikki laivaan" - Finnish disco version of "In the Navy" by the Village People
  • Seitsemän Seinähullua Veljestä - "Kelpaisiko seksi?" - Finnish electro-rock-disco version of Rod Stewart's hit "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?"
  • Seitsemän Seinähullua Veljestä - "Otteen elämään sain" - Finnish electro-disco version of Patrick Hernandez's hit "Born to be Alive"
  • Sergio Mendes Brasil '88 - "I'll Tell You" - Brazilian-flavored disco
  • Sergio y Estibaliz - "Little Maggie" - electro-disco
  • Seventh Avenue - "From Chicago to the Sky"
  • Seventh Avenue - "L.A. at the End of the Day"
  • Seventh Avenue - "Miami Heat Wave"
  • Seventh Avenue - "Midnight in Manhattan"
  • Seventh Avenue - "New York's on Fire"
  • Seximama - "Nepentha" - electro-rock-disco
  • Shadee - "Ballin'" - mellow disco
  • Shadee - "Disco Hall of Fame"
  • Shadow - "Love Lite" - R&B-disco
  • Shalamar - "Girl"
  • Shalamar - "I Owe You One" - reached #13 Pop in the U.K. in October 1980
  • Shalamar - "Right in the Socket" - reached #44 Pop in the U.K. in February 1980, #11 Disco in the USA in 1980
  • Shalamar - "The Right Time for Us"
  • Shalamar - "The Second Time Around" - reached #8 Pop in the USA in March 1980, #1 R&B in the USA, #1 Disco in the USA in January 1980; #45 Pop in the U.K. in December 1979
  • Sheila and B. Devotion - "Don't Go" - produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic
  • Sheila and B. Devotion - "Spacer" - rock-disco; produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic; reached #18 Pop in the U.K. in February 1980
  • Sherman Hunter - "Dancing Down the Avenue"
  • Sherry Laine - "Danny's Disco" - electro-rock-disco
  • Shirley Bassey - "Copacabana (At the Copa)" - disco-pop cover of Barry Manilow's 1978 hit
  • Shobizz - "Do It in the Dark"
  • Shobizz - "Everybody's in Shobizz"
  • Shobizz - "I'm Gonna Live Till I Die" - disco version of the Frank Sinatra classic from 1954, written by Mann Curtis, Al Hoffman, and Walter Kent
  • Shobizz - "Shortnin' Bread" - disco version of the 1940s U.S. Army song
  • Shobizz - "Street of a Thousand Discos"
  • Shobizz - "We are a Music Machine"
  • Showboat Shavers a.k.a. Adell Shavers - "Fun" - funky electro-disco
  • Sigma Fay - "Cha Cha" - electro-disco
  • Sigma Fay - "Tonight" - electro-disco
  • Silk - "Debbie's Disco Theme"
  • Silk - "Get On Up" - funky disco
  • Silk - "Midnight Dancer" - disco-funk
  • Silver Convention - "Café Au Lait"
  • Silver Spurz Orchestra - "Happy Trails" - country-disco version of the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans country classic
  • Silver Spurz Orchestra - "I Wanna be a Cowboy"
  • Simon "Mac" Nette - "Disco Fling" - Scottish-flavored disco with bagpipes
  • The Simon Orchestra - "Don't Give Up"
  • The Simon Orchestra - "I Close My Eyes and Count to Ten" - electro-disco
  • The Simon Orchestra - "Love is Comin' On"
  • The Simon Orchestra - "Mr. Big Shot" - electro-disco
  • Sir Ted Ford - "Disco Music" - electro-disco-funk
  • Siren - "Morning Music" - electro-disco
  • Siren - "Open Up for Love" - electro-disco
  • Sirena - "If You Go Away" - electro-disco in English and French; cover of the song written by Rod McKuen that was recorded by Dusty Springfield, Glen Campbell, Brenda Lee, and many other artists starting in the 1960s
  • Sister Power - "Gimme Back My Love Affair"
  • Sister Power - "I Like Watcha Do"
  • Sister Power - "Love Potion" - rock-disco
  • Sister Power - "Sister Power"
  • Sister Sledge - "Got to Love Somebody" - produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic - reached #64 Pop in the USA in 1980, #34 Pop in the U.K. in January 1980
  • Sister Sledge - "Lost in Music" - produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic; reached #17 Pop in the U.K. in September 1979
  • Sister Sledge - "One More Time" - produced by Nile and Bernard of Chic
  • Skatt Brothers - "Life at the Outpost" - rock-disco
  • Skatt Brothers - "Walk the Night" - rock-disco
  • Skip Jackson and the Natural Experience - "Microwave Boogie" - disco-funk
  • Skylite - "Smile"
  • Skyy - "Disco Dancin'" - electro-disco-funk
  • Skyy - "First Time Around" - disco-funk/jazz-funk
  • Skyy - "Let's Turn It Out" - disco-funk
  • Skyy - "This Groove is Bad" - disco-funk-rock
  • Slave - "Just a Touch of Love" - electro-disco-funk/electro-funk; reached #9 R&B and #26 Disco in the USA in 1980
  • Slick - "Feelin' Good" - electro-disco
  • Slick - "Put Your Pants On" - electro-disco
  • Slick - "Space Bass" - reached #16 Pop in the U.K. in July 1979
  • Slick - "The Whole World's Dancin'"
  • Slick featuring Doris James - "Sexy Cream"
  • Sly and the Family Stone - "Dance to the Music (1979 Remix)" - disco-funk remix of the 1968 original
  • Smokey Robinson - "Get Ready (Disco Version)" - remake of the 1966 Temptations hit
  • Snowflake - "Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Snowflake - "Good King Wenceslas" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Snowflake - "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Snowflake - "Jolly Old St. Nicholas" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Snowflake - "Joy to the World" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Snowflake - "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Snowflake - "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Snowflake - "Silver Bells" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Snowflake - "We Three Kings of Orient Are" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Snowflake - "White Christmas" - disco version of the Christmas classic
  • Soccer - "Come and Get It On"
  • Soccer - "Time Out (For Love)"
  • Soiree - "Close to You" - disco version of the 1970 hit "(They Long to Be) Close to You" by the Carpenters
  • Soiree - "Come a Little Bit Closer" - disco-pop version of the 1964 hit by Jay and the Americans
  • Soiree - "Do You Love Me"
  • Soiree - "Everlasting Love" - disco version of the 1967 Robert Knight hit
  • Soiree - "You are the Sunshine of My Life" - disco version of the Stevie Wonder classic
  • Soiree - "You Keep Me Hanging On" - disco version of the 1966 hit by the Supremes
  • Solomon Burke - "Boo Hoo Hoo (Cra-Cra-Craya)" - disco-soul
  • Solomon Burke - "Hold On! I'm Comin'" - disco-soul song originally recorded by Sam [Moore] and Dave [Prater] in 1966
  • Solomon Burke - "Let Your Love Flow #9"
  • Solomon Burke - "Please Come Back Home to Me"
  • Solomon Burke - "See That Girl" - disco-soul
  • Solomon Burke - "Sweeter than Sweetness"
  • Somethin' Extra - "Dancin' With You Love" - electro-disco
  • Somethin' Extra - "Give Me Your Love"
  • Something Special (Satoshi Honda) - "Got to Get Ready"
  • Sonny Rollins - "Disco Monk" - jazzy disco
  • Southern Exposure - "Love Is"
  • Spaghetti Head - "Disco Fever"
  • Sparkle - "Disco Madness" - electro-disco
  • Sparkle Tuhran and Friends - "Funny Feeling" - electro-disco
  • Sparkle Tuhran and Friends - "Handsome Man"
  • Sparkle Tuhran and Friends - "L'Amour C'est Bon" - French disco
  • Sparkle Tuhran and Friends - "Moma" - electro-rock-disco
  • The Spinners a.k.a. Detroit Spinners - "Are You Ready for Love" - disco-soul cover of the 1978 Elton John song
  • The Spinners a.k.a. Detroit Spinners - "Body Language" - reached #40 Pop in the U.K. in May 1980
  • The Spinners a.k.a. Detroit Spinners - "Disco Ride"
  • The Spinners a.k.a. Detroit Spinners - "Let's Boogie, Let's Dance"
  • The Spinners a.k.a. Detroit Spinners - "One, One, Two, Two, Boogie Woogie Avenue" - electro-disco-funk
  • The Spinners a.k.a. Detroit Spinners - "With My Eyes" - disco-soul
  • The Spinners a.k.a. Detroit Spinners - "Working My Way Back To You/Forgive Me, Girl" - disco-soul medley; reached #2 Pop and #6 R&B in the USA in March 1980, #1 Pop in the U.K. for 2 weeks in April 1980; "Working My Way Back to You" was a hit for the Four Seasons in 1966, while the "Forgive Me Girl" parts were written by Michael Zager specifically for this release
  • Splendor - "All Night Long" - funky disco
  • Splendor - "Carnival"
  • Stacy Lattisaw - "When You're Young and in Love (Disco Version)" - cover of the 1964 hit by Ruby and the Romantics
  • Stanley Clarke - "Just a Feeling" - funky disco/jazz-funk
  • Stargard - "Put on Your Rollerskates" - disco-funk
  • Stargard - "Wear It Out" - reached #4 Disco in the USA in early 1980
  • Starluv featuring Ednah Holt - "People, Come Dance"
  • Starvin' Marvin - "Disco Boogie" - funky electro-disco
  • Stefania Rotolo - "Disco Tic" - Italian electro-disco
  • Stephanie Mills - "Don't Stop Dancin'"
  • Stephanie Mills - "Put Your Body in It" - funky-disco
  • Stephanie Mills - "What 'Cha Gonna Do With My Lovin'" - mellow disco; reached #22 Pop in the USA in September 1979
  • Stephanie Mills - "You Can Get Over" - reached #101 Pop in the USA
  • Stephen Encinas - "Disco Illusion" - electro-disco
  • Steve Dahl and Teenage Radiation - "Do You Think I'm Disco?" - electro-disco; hostile parody, backed by the instrumentation to Rod Stewart's "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy", followed by a hard rock segment - reached #58 Pop in the USA in October 1979
  • Stevie Wonder - "Race Babbling" - electro-disco
  • The Stewart-Thomas Group - "My Honey and Me" - electro-disco-soul
  • The Stewart-Thomas Group - "To Freak or Not to Freak"
  • Street Players - "Boogie Down" - funky disco
  • Ströer - "Cruisin' (Music, Music)" - electro-disco
  • Stuff - "Dance With Me" - mellow disco
  • Stuff - "Love Having You Around"
  • Suave - "Disco Theme (Super Dance)"
  • Sugar and Spice - "You're My Sugar, You're My Spice" - disco-soul
  • Super Love - "A Super Kind of Love"
  • Supermax - "African Blood" - rock-disco
  • Susy Pintus - "C'est magnifique" - disco in French and English
  • Suzi Lane - "Free Me" - electro-disco-pop
  • Suzi Lane - "Givin' It Up" - electro-rock-disco
  • Suzi Lane - "Harmony" - electro-disco
  • Suzi Lane - "Morning, Noon and Night" - rock-disco-pop
  • Suzi Lane - "Ooh, La, La" - electro-disco
  • Swamp Dogg - "Salty Dog"
  • Sweet Inspirations - "Love is on the Way"
  • Sweet Talks - "Time is Running Out" - disco-soul
  • Sweet Touch - "Live It Up" - electro-disco
  • Switch - "Best Beat in Town" - rock-disco
  • Switch - "Fallin'"
  • Syl Johnson - "Mystery Lady"
  • Syl Johnson - "Otis Redding Medley: Respect, Wholesale Love, Snatch a Little Piece, I Can't Turn You Loose, Fa-fa-fa-fa-fa (Sad Song), (Sittin' On) the Dock of the Bay" - medley of disco versions of Otis Redding soul classics
  • The Sylvers - "Come and Stay All Night" - electro-disco
  • The Sylvers - "Dance Right Now"
  • The Sylvers - "Forever"
  • The Sylvers - "Gimme Gimme Your Lovin'"
  • The Sylvers - "Hoochie Coochie Dancin'"
  • The Sylvers - "I Feel So Good Tonight"
  • The Sylvers - "Is Everybody Happy"
  • The Sylvers - "Mahogany" - disco version of the theme from the 1976 film "Mahogany", also known as "Do You Know Where You're Going To?", which was originally sung by Diana Ross
  • Sylvester [James] - "Body Strong"
  • Sylvester [James] - "Can't Stop Dancing"
  • Sylvester [James] - "Happiness" - remake of the 1978 Pointer Sisters hit
  • Sylvester [James] - "I (Who Have Nothing)" - disco version of the 1963 Ben E. King song that also was a hit for Tom Jones in 1970; reached #40 Pop in the USA in May 1979
  • Sylvester [James] - "In My Fantasy I Want You, I Need You" - electro-disco
  • Sylvester [James] - "Stars (Everybody is One)" - reached #47 Pop in the U.K. in July 1979
  • Sylvia Crivelli - "Croque-Moi Tout de Suite" - French disco cover of "Sugar in a Sieve" by Sanci Bell
  • Sylvie Vartan - "Can't Stop Dancing"
  • THP Orchestra - "Dancin' Forever" - electro-rock-disco
  • THP Orchestra - "Dancin' is Alright"
  • THP Orchestra - "Good to Me" - electro-rock-disco
  • THP Orchestra - "Two Hearts, One Love" - electro-disco
  • THP Orchestra - "Who Do You Love" - electro-rock-disco
  • TJM - "I Don't Need No Music" - produced by Tom Moulton
  • TJM - "Put Yourself in My Place" - produced by Tom Moulton
  • TTF - "Get On Down (To the Disco)"
  • TTF - "Taking Me Higher"
  • Taana Gardner - "When You Touch Me"
  • Taana Gardner - "Work That Body"
  • Tabou Combo Super Stars - "Ooh La La" - funky electro-disco in English and French
  • Taka Boom (a.k.a. Yvonne Stephens) - "Anything You Want"
  • Taka Boom (a.k.a. Yvonne Stephens) - "Night Dancin'"
  • Taka Boom (a.k.a. Yvonne Stephens) - "Red Hot" - electro-disco
  • Taka Boom (a.k.a. Yvonne Stephens) - "You're My Everything" - disco cover of the 1976 Lee Garrett track
  • Tamiko Jones - "Can't Live Without Your Love" - electro-disco
  • Tangerué (a.k.a. Strange Affair) - "Bad Connection"
  • Tangerué - "Dance with Me"
  • Tangerué - "Doin' Your Own Thing"
  • Tangerué (a.k.a. Strange Affair) - "Don't Stop the Music"
  • Tangerué - "Everynight, Everyday"
  • Tangerué - "Love is Strange (Fantasy)"
  • Tangerué - "No, No, No" - funky disco
  • Tangerué - "Tangerué"
  • Tasha Thomas - "Midnight Rendez-Vous" - disco in English and French
  • Tasha Thomas - "Street Fever"
  • Tasha Thomas - "Wake Up Morning Glory"
  • Tasha Thomas - "You Put the Music in Me"
  • Tata Vega - "Just Keep Thinking About You Baby"
  • Tavares - "Straight from the Heart" - disco-soul
  • Teddy Pendergrass - "Do Me"
  • Teddy Pendergrass - "Life is a Circle" - disco-soul
  • Teena Marie (a.k.a. Mary Christine Brockert) - "Don't Look Back" - funky disco cover of a Temptations song
  • Tempest Trio - "Last Call for Love"
  • Tempest Trio - "Love Machine"
  • Tempest Trio - "You Keep Me Hangin' On/Love Chains" - first part of the song is a cover of "You Just Keep Me Hangin' On", originally by Diana Ross and the Supremes
  • Teresa - "Like an Old Time Melody" - jazzy disco
  • Teri DeSario - "Moonlight Madness" - electro-rock-disco
  • Teri DeSario - "With Your Love"
  • The Terrell Company - "Dancin' Wheels" - electro-disco
  • The Terrell Company - "Out on Fire Island" - funky electro-disco
  • Terry Callier - "Sign of the Times" - electro-disco-funk
  • Terry Frewer - "Found a New Love" - disco-pop
  • Terry Frewer - "Say It With A Sigh" - electro-disco
  • Terry Kratky and Facts O' Life - "Burn Me" - disco-pop
  • Terry Kratky and Facts O' Life - "Daring Young Man" - disco-pop
  • Terry Kratky and Facts O' Life - "I Start Looking For You" - disco-pop
  • Thelma Houston - "I Wanna Be Back in Love Again"
  • Thelma Houston - "Love Machine" - cover of the Miracles' hit, with slightly modified lyrics
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "As Long As It's Love"
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "Don't Knock (I'll be Waiting for You)"
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "I Can't Dance Without You"
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "I'm a Bad, Bad Boy" - electro-disco
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "Magic Dancer" - electro-disco
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "Night People Have More Fun" - rock-disco
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "No Romance (Just Wanna Dance) / Keep On Dancing"
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "Sentimentally It's You" - electro-disco
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "Star Fever"
  • Theo Vaness a.k.a. Theo van Es - "Thank God There's Music" - electro-rock-disco
  • Third World - "Talk To Me" - reggae-flavored disco
  • Third World - "The Story's Been Told" - reggae-flavored disco
  • The Thom Bell Orchestra featuring [Leroy] Bell and [Casey] James - "The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh" - R&B-disco
  • The Three Degrees - "Jump the Gun" - rock-disco; reached #48 Pop in the U.K. in October 1979
  • The Three Degrees - "My Simple Heart" - electro-disco; reached #9 Pop in the U.K. in December 1979
  • The Three Degrees - "Red Light" - rock-disco
  • Time Spectrum - "Slide Into Your Heart" - disco-soul
  • Tina Charles a.k.a. Tina Hoskins - "Boogie 'Round the Clock" - disco-pop
  • Tina Turner - "Love Explosion" - rock-disco
  • Titanic - "Dance Baby Dance (Frisco Queen)"
  • Tod Foster - "I Fell in Love with an Angel"
  • Together (a.k.a. Together Band) - "You're Just Teasing Me" - electro-disco
  • Together Band - "Calif. Curl, Calif. Girl" - electro-disco
  • Tom Jones - "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" - disco version of a ballad from the musical "Evita"
  • Tom Jones - "Love is in the Air" - disco-pop cover of the John Paul Young hit
  • Tomas Ledin - "Not Bad At All"
  • Tonica and Dominante - "Tigre" - jazzy disco in the Neapolitan language of Italy
  • Tony Rallo and the Midnight Band - "Burnin' Alive" - reached #66 Disco in the USA in 1980
  • Tony Rallo and the Midnight Band - "Holdin' On"
  • Tony Rallo and the Midnight Band - "Traveling Flights of My Mind"
  • Top Secret - "Dancin' into Midnight"
  • Top Secret - "Disco Darling" - electro-disco cover of Randy Raider's 1977 song "Dance On (Disco Darling)"
  • Top Secret - "I Like the D.J." - mellow disco
  • Top Secret - "Jealousy"
  • Tore - "Typewriter Disco" - electro-disco
  • Torill - "Over and Over" - disco version of the 1977 Ashford and Simpson song
  • Touché - "Dancing in the Dark"
  • Touché - "Love Eyes"
  • Touché - "Nightrider" - electro-disco
  • Touché - "Take a Look (But Don't Touch)" - mellow disco
  • Touché - "Warm Storm of Love" - mellow disco-pop
  • The Trammps - "Love Insurance Policy"
  • The Trammps - "Love Magnet"
  • The Trammps - "My Love Has Never Been Better"
  • The Trammps - "Teaser" - funky disco
  • The Trammps - "The Whole World's Dancing"
  • Travis Biggs - "It's Live" - jazzy disco
  • Travis Biggs - "Nashville Express" - country-flavored disco
  • Travis Biggs - "Solar Funk" - funky disco
  • Trevor Bastow - "Hydrogen" - electro-rock-disco
  • Trevor Bastow - "Integration" - electro-rock-disco
  • Trinita - "This is the Right Time" - electro-disco
  • Triple "S" Connection - "Dance Fever" - theme song of the television show's first year
  • Triple "S" Connection - "Dance the Night Away"
  • Triple "S" Connection - "Jump For Your Love"
  • Triple "S" Connection - "My Cherie Amour (Disco Version)" - cover of the 1971 Stevie Wonder classic
  • Triple "S" Connection - "You Are My Love (Disco Version)"
  • [Domenic] Troiano - "We All Need Love"
  • Trussel - "Gone for the Weekend" - electro-disco
  • Trussel - "Love Injection" - reached #11 Disco in the USA in early 1980
  • Tuxedo Junction - "Begin the Beguine" - mellow jazzy disco version of the 1935 Cole Porter song - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Tuxedo Junction - "Night in Tunisia" - jazzy disco version of the classic from the Dizzy Gillespie Big Band - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Tuxedo Junction - "That Old Black Magic" - jazzy disco version of the 1943 Glenn Miller Orchestra hit that was later recorded by Sammy Davis, Jr. - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Tuxedo Junction - "Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye" - jazzy disco version of a song written by Ernie Erdman, Gus Kahn, and Ted Fiorito - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Tuxedo Junction - "You Gotta be a Football Hero" - jazzy disco version of a song composed by Al Sherman, Buddy Fields, and Al Lewis - produced by Laurin Rinder and W. Michael Lewis
  • Twig - "Grapevine"
  • Two Man Sound - "Disco Samba" - Brazilian disco in Portuguese
  • Two Man Sound - "Que Tal America (1979 Mix)" - latin-disco
  • Tyrone Davis - "Love You Forever" - disco-soul
  • U.N. - "Disco Power"
  • U.N. - "Get It On"
  • U.N. - "Hot Lover"
  • U.N. - "(I'm) In the Groove"
  • USA-European Connection - "Do Me Good" - produced by Boris Midney
  • USA-European Connection - "I'd Like to Get Closer" - produced by Boris Midney
  • USA-European Connection - "Join the Dance" - produced by Boris Midney
  • USA-European Connection - "There's a Way into My Heart" - produced by Boris Midney
  • Ullanda McCullough - "Love Zone"
  • Ullanda McCullough - "Want Ads" - disco-soul version of the 1971 Honey Cone hit
  • Ultimate - "Love is the Ultimate (Medley: Love is the Ultimate/Touch Me Baby/Dancing in the Night)"
  • Ultimate - "Music in My Heart"
  • Ultimate - "Ritmo de Brazil" - Brazilian-flavored disco
  • Ultimate - "Take Me to Chinatown" - Chinese-flavored disco
  • Uncle Louie - "Full-Tilt Boogie"
  • Uncle Louie - "Sky High"
  • The Undisputed Truth - "Misunderstood"
  • Unyque - "Disco Lullaby" - electro-disco
  • Unyque - "Grand Slam"
  • Unyque - "It's Hot"
  • Unyque - "Keep On Making Me High" - funky disco
  • Unyque - "Party Down"
  • VST and Company - "Etcetera" - Tagalog disco-pop from the Philippines
  • VST and Company - "Kiss... Kiss" - disco in Tagalog and English from the Philippines
  • VST and Company - "Ride On 'Ragsy'" - disco-pop in Tagalog and English from the Philippines
  • VST and Company - "Rock Baby Rock" - original disco version of a song they later rerecorded in bossa nova style (2006 release); from the Philippines
  • Valentine Brothers - "We Belong Together" - disco-soul
  • Van McCoy - "Lonely Dancer" - mellow disco
  • Van McCoy - "The Samba"
  • Van McCoy and the Soul City Symphony - "The Hustle II"
  • The Variations - "I Love You and Disco Too" - rock-disco
  • Vaughan Mason and Crew - "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll" - funky electro-disco; reached #81 Pop in the USA in 1980
  • Venise - "Don't Think About It" - electro-disco
  • Venise - "Love is the Real Thing"
  • Venise - "My Man"
  • Venise - "The Mystery With Me"
  • Venus Dodson - "He Said, She Said"
  • Venus Dodson - "It's My Turn"
  • Venus Dodson - "Night Rider"
  • Venus Dodson - "Shining" - disco-soul
  • Venus Dodson - "Where are We Headed" - funky disco
  • Vernon Burch - "Arrogant Lady"
  • Veronica Castro - "Yo Creo en el Mañana" - disco in Spanish
  • Vicki Sue Robinson - "Feels So Good it Must be Wrong"
  • Vicki Sue Robinson - "Nighttime Fantasy"
  • Vicki Sue Robinson - "What's Happening in My Life"
  • Vikki Holloway - "Lady Fire"
  • The Village People - "Citizens of the World"
  • The Village People - "Get Away Holiday"
  • The Village People - "Go West" - reached #15 Pop in the U.K. in July 1979, #45 Pop in the USA in mid-1979
  • The Village People - "I Wanna Shake Your Hand"
  • The Village People - "In the Navy" - reached #3 Pop in the USA in May 1979, #2 Pop in the U.K. in March 1979
  • The Village People - "Manhattan Woman"
  • The Village People - "Ready for the 80's" - reached #52 Pop in the USA in December 1979, #26 Disco in the USA
  • The Village People - "Save Me" - rock-disco
  • The Village People - "Sleazy" - rock-disco
  • Viola Wills (a.k.a. Viola Wilkerson) - "Gonna Get Along Without You Now" - disco version of the 1957 song by Patience and Prudence written years earlier by Milton Kellem; reached #8 Pop in the U.K. in November 1979
  • Viola Wills (a.k.a. Viola Wilkerson) - "Your Love" - electro-disco
  • Virve "Vicky" Rosti - "Menolippu" - Finnish electro-disco-pop cover of Eruption's song "One Way Ticket"
  • Virve "Vicky" Rosti - "Oon voimissain" - Finnish disco cover of Gloria Gaynor's hit "I Will Survive"
  • Virve "Vicky" Rosti - "Soita kelloain" - Finnish electro-disco cover of Anita Ward's hit "Ring My Bell"
  • Virve "Vicky" Rosti - "Varjossa vain" - Finnish disco version of "Standing in the Shadows of Love", the 1966 Motown hit by the Four Tops
  • Vivian Reed - "Ready and Waiting"
  • Vivien Vee a.k.a. Viviana Andreattini - "Give Me a Break" - electro-disco
  • Vivien Vee a.k.a. Viviana Andreattini - "It's Too Soon" - electro-disco
  • Voyage - "Eastern Trip"
  • Voyage - "Golden Eldorado"
  • Voyage - "Kechak Fantasy" - Balinese-flavored disco
  • Voyage - "Let's Fly Away" - reached #38 Pop in the U.K. in April 1979
  • Voyage - "Tahiti, Tahiti" - Tahitian-flavored disco in the Tahitian language
  • Wardell Piper - "Captain Boogie" - disco-funk
  • Wardell Piper - "If You Want to Make Love to Me" - disco-soul
  • Wardell Piper - "Super Sweet"
  • Wayne Ford - "Dance to the Beat Freak Out" - electro-disco
  • Wayne Henderson - "Dancin' Love Affair" - mellow electro-disco
  • Wayne Newton - "Medley: Don't Wish Too Hard/Any Fool Could See/Rhythm Rhapsody" - first part is a disco version of a 1977 song written by Carole Bayer Sager and Peter Allen; second part is a cover of Barry White's 1979 disco song "Any Fool Could See (You Were Meant For Me)"; last part briefly covers a portion of George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue"
  • Webster Lewis - "You Deserve to Dance"
  • Wee Gee - "Ain't Nothin' Missin' (But the Music)"
  • Westside Strutters - "The Man I Love" - disco version of the George Gershwin song
  • Wet Willie - "Weekend" - cover of the 1978 Mick Jackson hit; reached #29 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • The Whispers - "And the Beat Goes On" - reached #1 Disco in the USA in February 1980; reached #19 Pop and #1 R&B in the USA in April 1980; reached #2 Pop in the U.K. in February 1980
  • The Whispers - "Can You Do the Boogie" - funky R&B-disco
  • The Whispers - "Can't Do Without Love"
  • Who's Who - "Palace Palace" - electro-disco
  • Wild Cherry - "Try a Piece of My Love" - jazzy electro-disco-pop
  • Wilson Pickett - "Groove City" - electro-disco
  • Wings - "Goodnight Tonight" - rock-disco; reached #5 Pop in both the USA and U.K. in May 1979
  • Witch Queen - "All Right Now" - rock-disco cover of a 1970 rock hit by Free
  • Witch Queen - "Bang A Gong (Get It On)" - disco cover of a 1972 rock song by T. Rex; reached #68 Pop in the USA in spring 1979
  • Witch Queen - "Got the Time"
  • Witch Queen - "Witch Queen"
  • Wiz - "Go Out and Get It" - electro-disco
  • Wizdom - "At the Disco Dance"
  • The Wonder Band - "Stairway to Heaven" - cover of the 1971 Led Zeppelin classic
  • The Wonder Band - "Whole Lotta Love" - cover of the 1969 Led Zeppelin hard-rock classic; reached #87 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • The Wonder Band - "Wonderful Medley: Wonder Dance/Wonder Love/Wonder Man (Wonder Woman)"
  • The Wonderland Band - "Paradise Island (Disco Wonderland)"
  • Woolworth - "Continental" - instrumental cover of the 1974 hit "T.S.O.P. (The Sound of Philadelphia)" by MFSB; included on the company's 100th anniversary celebration LP from Quebec, "100 ans... ça se fête en dansant..."
  • Xanadu - "When the Lights Went Out" - electro-disco
  • YBS - "Happy Birthday" - electro-disco
  • Young Love - "Baby I'm Right" - electro-rock-disco
  • Yvonne Elliman - "Love Pains" - disco-pop; reached #34 Pop in the USA in 1979
  • The Z.A.C.K. - "565, Where Are You?" - electro-disco
  • The Z.A.C.K. - "Immediate Boarding Folks to the Moon" - electro-disco
  • The Z.A.C.K. - "Mind the Cosmic Rocker" - electro-disco
  • Zack Ferguson - "AA AA UU AA EE" - disco-pop
  • Zack Ferguson - "Do the Train"
  • Zack Ferguson - "Monkey Fever" - italo-disco (electro-disco)
  • Zack Ferguson - "Up From the Ceiling" - funky disco
  • Ziggie Addie - "Touch Me" - disco-pop

    DISCO FOR CHILDREN

    The "Mickey Mouse Disco" children's album was released as a record in 1979 by Disney and sold in large quantities. The songs included

  • "It's a Small World",
  • "Disco Mickey Mouse",
  • "Macho Duck" (a parody of "Macho Man"),
  • "Watch Out for Goofy!",
  • "Welcome to Rio",
  • "Mousetrap",
  • "The Greatest Band", and
  • "Chim Chim Cher-ee".
    It was accompanied by a cartoon movie of the same name. The cassette tape edition of "Mickey Mouse Disco" came out in 1980. There were "Mickey Mouse Disco" watches, pillowcases, and other memorabilia for sale in 1979 and 1980, too.
    1979's "Sesame Disco!" from Sesame Street Records, the superior follow-up to 1978's "Sesame Street Fever", also appealed to children with the disco songs
  • "Me Lost Me Cookie at the Disco",
  • "The Happiest Street in the World",
  • "Sing", and
  • "Disco Frog".
    The vocals for "The Girls" on the "Sesame Disco!" album were by Ullanda McCullough, Yvonne Lewis, and Maretha Stewart.
    Irwin the Disco Duck released a number of children's disco records during the 1970s, and in 1979 he released, among other things,
  • "Macho Man" (a cover of the Village People hit).
    James Last and the Rolling Trinity released their children's album "James Last and the Rolling Trinity" in 1979 with disco songs like
  • "Hey All You Boys and All You Girls"
  • "One More Chance"

            "Thinking of You" by Sister Sledge, "Bring the Family Back" by Billy Paul, and "I've Got Faith in You" by Cheryl Lynn were three very special disco-influenced R&B songs from 1979. "Lucky" by Solomon Burke, "Him" by Rupert Holmes (#6 Pop in the USA in March 1980), "Shine a Little Love" by E.L.O., "Stay Free" by Ashford and Simpson, "Don't Make Me Wait Too Long" and "God Don't Like Ugly" by Roberta Flack, "Better Love Next Time" by Dr. Hook (#12 Pop in the USA in January 1980), "Get It Up" by Ronnie Milsap, "Hi-Heel Sneakers" by Ronnie Milsap, the rock-oriented "Another Brick in the Wall" by Pink Floyd, and "Baby Blue" by Dusty Springfield also had a noticeable disco influence.
            Despite its name, "Burn This Disco Out" by Michael Jackson is more funk than disco. Other funk songs of 1979 included "If You Think That Funk is Junk You're Drunk" by Jimmy James, "One on One" and "Stand Up L.T.D." by L.T.D., "Pull My Strings" by Lakeside, "Doin' It To Death" by Philly Cream, "Dance Sing Along" and "Get Up and Dance" by Freedom, "Firecracker" by Mass Production, "Bodyshine" and "Slap, Slap Lickedy Lap" by Instant Funk, "We Like To Party...Come On" by Switch, "I Don't Believe You Want to Get Up and Dance (Oops Upside Your Head)" by the Gap Band (#6 Pop in the U.K. in August 1980, #102 Pop in the USA in 1980), "Ride the Groove" by the Players Association (#42 Pop in the U.K. in May 1979), "Do You Love What You Feel" by Rufus and Chaka (#5 on the Disco chart in January 1980), "Boogie Down (Get Funky Now)" by The Real Thing, "Boogie Butt" by Skylite, "Boogie City (Rock and Boogie Down)" by Phil Hurtt, "Therm Warfare" by Heatwave, "I Just Want to Be" by Cameo (electro-funk), "Freakin' Time" by Asphalt Jungle (electro-funk), "Saturday Night (At the Disco)" by Kinsman Dazz, "Disco Fever" by Rare Essence (electro-funk), "Disco Fever" by Leon Haywood (electro-funk), "I Go Disco" by Chapter 8 (electro-funk), "Take Me to Your Disco" by Splendor (electro-funk), "Move Your Boogie Body" by Bar-Kays (electro-funk), "Funky Disco Music" by George Jackson, "Disco Mystic" by Lou Reed, and "Big City" and "Let Me Do It to You" and "Freak the Freak the Funk (Rock)" by Fatback Band.
            Jermaine Jackson's electro-backed "Burnin' Hot", which reached #32 Pop in the U.K. in early August 1980, "Music" by One Way featuring Al Hudson, "Music Makes You Feel Like Dancing" by Brass Construction, "Sexy Dancer" by Prince, "Are You Ready for Love?" by Slave, and Herbie Hancock's "Ready or Not" are funk dance songs. "Quiero Vivir (I Will Survive)" by Carmin, an excellent Spanish version of Gloria Gaynor's hit "I Will Survive", could also be considered a form of funk dance, as there are extra beats throughout almost all of the song.
            "Space Dust" by Deodato and "Isabelle and the Rain" by Jo Boyer are jazz-funk.
            Donna Summer's "Sunset People", Sparks's "The Number One Song in Heaven" and "Tryouts for the Human Race", Erotic Drum Band's "Pop Pop Shoo Wah", Tempest Trio's "Do You Like the Way That It Feels", Janis Ian's "Fly Too High", Sylvia Love's "Instant Love", Transvolta's "Disco Computer", and Dobie Gray's "The In Crowd" are techno songs. "M" by Pop Muzik, "Crank It Up (Funk Town)" by Peter Brown, "Computer Game" by Yellow Magic Orchestra, "We Are One" and "Let's Fly" and "You Set Me on Fire" by Paradise Express, the most excellent "We Don't Talk Anymore" by Cliff Richard, "Girls Cost Money" by Passengers (its fake or sampled horns and other electro sounds make it sound like a dance song from the late 1980s!), "Blow My Mind" by Celi Bee, "Movin' on a Disco Planet" by Ganymed, "Life in Tokyo" by Japan, "Groove Me" by Fern Kinney, "Without Your Love" by Cut Glass (Hi-NRG), "Alive with Love" by Cut Glass (Hi-NRG), "Last Train" by Ladies Choice (Hi-NRG), "A Walk in the Park" by Nick Straker Band, "Funky Boogie" by John Ozila, and "Moskow Diskow" by Telex are electronic dance songs.
            "Rap-O, Clap-O" by Joe Bataan is disco-styled rap. Other disco-sounding 1979 rap songs include "King Tim III (Personality Jock)" by Fatback Band, "Schooling - Put Your Mind to the Message" by Sherod, "Super Wolf Can Do It" by Super Wolf (uses the same bassline as "I'm So Hot" by Denise LaSalle), "To the Beat Y'All" by Lady B., "We Rap More Mellow" by Younger Generation, and "Rapper's Delight" by Sugarhill Gang (based on Chic's "Good Times").
            "Roller Jubilee" by Al DiMeola is a disco-influenced jazz song. "Call Me" by Blondie (also released in a Spanish version, "Llamame") is a punk-dance song. Ray Conniff released a non-disco version of "I Will Survive". Risco Connection put out a reggae cover of "Ain't No Stopping Us Now". "Tragedy" and "Love You Inside Out" by the Bee Gees are not disco, nor is "Video Killed the Radio Star" by the Buggles, nor "Shine A Little Love" by the Electric Light Orchestra, nor "I Travel" by Simple Minds. "Too Hot" by Kool and the Gang is a disco-friendly soul song. "Disco Elephant" by White Boy is rock. "Slow Disco-Dancing" by L.A.X. is a soul ballad.

    ROLLER-DISCO

    The disco-themed movie "Roller Boogie" was released to American theaters on December 19, 1979. Another such movie, "Skatetown, U.S.A.", was also released the same year.

    Issue 280 of the comic book "Archie" had a disco theme - the cover shows Archie and Betty skating at a roller-disco. Roller-disco was also the theme of two episodes of the TV series CHiPs in September 1979.

    DISCO ON TELEVISION

    The American disco dancing TV show "Dance Fever" began airing in January 1979.

    Buffalo-based Disco Step-by-Step®, which in the end had viewers also in other parts of western New York as well as Pennsylvania and southern Ontario, aired its last show on January 15, 1979.

    DISCO AT THE MOVIES

    The following disco songs were included on the 1979 movie soundtrack "Skatetown U.S.A.": "Skatetown U.S.A." by Dave Mason, "Boogie Wonderland" by Earth, Wind and Fire with the Emotions, "Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)" by the Jacksons, "Boogie Nights" by Heatwave, "Born to be Alive" by Patrick Hernandez, and others.

    The following disco songs were included on the 1979 movie soundtrack "Roller Boogie": "Hell on Wheels" by Cher, "Boogie Wonderland" by Earth, Wind and Fire with the Emotions, "Roller Boogie" by Bob Esty, "Love Fire" by Bob Esty and Michele Aller, "Elektronix (Roller Dancin')" by Bob Esty and Cheeks, and "We've Got the Power" by Ron Green.

    The following disco songs were included on the 1979 movie soundtrack "Nocturna": "Love is Just a Heartbeat Away (Nocturna's Theme)" by Gloria Gaynor, "Nighttime Fantasy" by Vicki Sue Robinson, "Bitten by the Love Bug" by Heaven 'N' Hell Orchestra, "Love at First Sight" by Moment of Truth, and "I'm Hopelessly in Love with You" by Moment of Truth.

    The following disco songs are included on the 1979 movie soundtrack "John Travolto... Da un insolito destino": "Runaround" by People Live, "John's Fever" and "Ilona Theme" by Orchestra Gianni Mazza, "Go Away" by Linda Lee, "Discoquando" by Tony Renis, "La Bamba" by Antonia Rodriguez, and "Oh Happy Day" by Marion Williams.

    "Disco Fever", a movie directed by Lamar Card, has the following disco songs playing on it: "D.I.S.C.O." by Ottawan, "You Little Trustmaker" by the Tymes, "Copacabana" by Barry Manilow, and "Disco Duck" by Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots.

    "Love is in the Air" by John Paul Young and "MacArthur Park" by Donna Summer are among the disco songs that play in the 1979 movie "Nos Tempos da Vaselina".

    "Disco Queen from the Philippines" by Helen Gamboa and "Step No, Step Yes" by VST and Company are among the disco songs included on the soundtrack for the 1979 movie "Swing It... Baby!".

    DISCO PRODUCTS

    Allied Leisure Industries released their "Disco '79" pinball game this year.

    DISCO SPORTS THEMES

    The 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates team, winners of that year's World Series, adopted "We Are Family" by Sister Sledge as their anthem. The 1979 Super Bowl also had a Sister Sledge connection. The compilation CD "ESPN Stadium Anthems", released in 2003 by Hollywood Records, includes "We Are Family" as well as Kool and the Gang's "Celebration".

    Meanwhile, the rock-disco anthem "San Diego Super Chargers" became the theme song of the San Diego Chargers football team, and remained so in coming decades.

    The St. Louis Steamers, a soccer team, adopted "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" by McFadden and Whitehead as its anthem in 1979, and as of 2004 it was still their anthem.

    The Seattle SuperSonics won their basketball championship in 1979, prompting Luther Rabb to re-release "Seattle's Disco Groovin' Tonight" with new lyrics to celebrate how the "Seattle Sonics Do It".


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