MIMS Forgotten Treasures

2012/10/10

Forgotten Treasure: Belle Epoque “Miss Broadway” (1978)

This track is a guilty pleasure and an absolute dollar bin treasure. One that always has dancers thinking that it’s this super rare and hard to find thing when it fact you’ve probably seen it a bunch of times in the bins. Belle Epoque was a french group from the late 70′s and i’ll be honest, this is the only track I know from them but it’s funky as hell. This is the kind of jam that has a little bit of something for everyone. The vocals aren’t typical disco but the backing track is classic Boogie stuff… and the break is pretty funny / awesome too “uhhh huhhh. i like it”

The track was never a huge radio hit as American radio DJs generally ignored Miss Broadway, whereas club DJs were all over the oddly funky title song (which rapper Special Ed sampled 13 years later on 1990′s “Come On, Let’s Move It”).

Belle Epoque – Miss Broadway

 

Special Ed’s “Come on, Let’s Move It”

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Lexis (MIMS Founder)
(Montreal) Lexis is the dude who founded MusicIsMySanctuary.com in 2007. He has been djing since 2000 and a music lover / nerd since day 1! For more info check out: www.musicismysanctuary.com/djlexis


  • Bobm1957

    I agree this is funky stuff! Was a different time. Une belle époque en effet.