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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Disco compilation two-part-series by Dave Lee released on Harmless Records, released in 1997 and 1998.


Jumpin' Vol #1

Jumpin Vol.1 (1997) - Various artists

01. Musique: Keep On Jumpin 02. Salsoul Orchestra featuring Loleatta Holloway: Runaway 03. Cloud One: Disco Juice 04. Machine: There But For The Grace Of God Go I 05. Candido: Thousand Finger Man 06. Barbara Roy & Ecstacy Passion & Pain: Touch & Go 07. Loose Joints: Is It All Over My Face 08. T. W. Funkmasters: Love Money 09. Two Tons Of Fun: Got The Feeling 10. Wood, Brass & Steel: Funkanova 11. Northend: Tee's Happy 12. Dinosaur L: Go Bang


Jumpin' Vol #2

Jumpin' Vol.2 (1998) - Various artists

01.Teddy Pendergrass: You Can't Hide From Yourself 02. Inner Life: Moment Of My Life 03. Carl Bean: I Was Born This Way 04. Dexter Wansel: Life On Mars 05. Harvey Mason: Groovin' You 06. Saturday 07. Roy Ayers: Sweet Tears 08. Martin Circus: Disco Circus 09. Look Ahead --> Norman Connors 10. Sylvester: Over and Over 11. You've Got Me Dancing In My Sleep 12. Black Ivory: Mainline



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