Gloria Gaynor’s Park Avenue Sound - Gloria Gaynor

Gloria Gaynor’s Park Avenue Sound
Grammy Award winner and Hall of Famer, GLORIA GAYNOR was born on the 7th of September 1949 in Newark, N.J. and sang as young girl in her school choir, mixed chorus and the her school’s girl glee club. While she knew she one day wanted to have a career in music, GLORIA GAYNOR still went to school with the aim of having something to fall back on and studied beauty and business courses.
In 1965 GLORIA GAYNOR released her first solo single titled She’ll Be Sorry with the B-Side Let Me Go Baby on Jocida Records. However, it wasn’t until the 1970’s that Gaynor began to taste real success with the release of her first two albums, Experience and Never Can Say Goodbye, (both available on BBR) that she began to stand out as a unique and recognizable force on the black music scene.
In 1978 GLORIA GAYNOR released her 5th studio album, PARK AVENUE SOUND on Polydor Records, now fully remastered and repackaged by BBR!
PARK AVENUE SOUND features some of the best musicians of the time including Keith E. Benson on drums, Norman Harris and Grammy Award Winner Bobby Eli on guitar as well as Grammy Award Winner Ron "Have Mercy” Kersey, who was a member of The Trammps along with Norman Harris.
While the album did not produce any chart hits it did produce some extremely popular club tracks including the single, ‘YOU”RE ALL I NEED TO GET BY’, written by Motown’s prolific songwriting duo, Ashford & Simpson and more recently the song was sampled in the Grammy Award winning duet performed by Method Man and Mary J. Blige on the hit single, ‘I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By’. Other notable tracks include the celebrated ‘THIS LOVE AFFAIR’, which was a long-standing rare groove underground UK hit.
Park Avenue Sound has since become a cult album for disco and GLORIA GAYNOR fans, having never been released on CD until now!
BBR couldn’t be happier to present the release of Gloria Gaynor – Park Avenue Sound. Lovingly remastered and repackaged complete with extensive liner notes featuring interviews and added bonus content, this BBR Remaster truly is a must have for all Disco, Soul, Funk and R&B fans out there!

Release Date: 29/07/2013
Our Price: £9.95
Code: CDBBR0131
Weight: 200
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1. THIS LOVE AFFAIR
2. PART TIME LOVE (IS A FULL TIME JOB)
3. EVERYTIME YOU MAKE LOVE TO ME
4. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MY LIFE
5. YOU’RE ALL I NEED TO GET BY
6. AFTER THE LOVIN’ / SWEET SOUNDS FOR MY BABY
7. KIDNAPPED
BONUS TRACKS

8. THIS LOVE AFFAIR (12” Disco Version)
9. YOU’RE ALL I NEED TO GET BY (12” Disco Version)
10. EVERYTIME YOU MAKE LOVE TO ME (12” Disco Version)
11. PART TIME LOVE (IS A FULL TIME JOB) (12” Disco Version)
12. THIS LOVE AFFAIR (Single Version)

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