About the extended break on the 12" remix of "Indiscreet" rapper Grandmaster Flash is quoted as saying: "It was the first Hip Hop break I ever heard... The start of all the Hip Hop and Rap beats to come." That was 1976! D.C. was the first white male to ever hold the #1 R&B/Soul chart position in England. "Cathedrals" was the first commercially available 12" disco single in the USA and the only 12" single to be charted on Billboard Magazine's Top 100 Singles chart before or since. In less than a year he began work on his second album, The Tea Dance. The 1976 recording featured such notable background singers as Lani Groves and Sharon Redd. It also included a duet with legendary 1960s rock/pop icon Lou Christie. The stand out cuts included the 12" of "Face Of Love," "Overture," "Indiscreet" and "Don't Keep It In The Shadows." The album presented itself was a concept capturing the essence and feel of a Broadway show and all the cuts from this album would peak at number two for two weeks on the disco chart. LaRue's "Cathedrals" album sold over 100,000 copies in it's first three weeks of release but "The Tea Dance" more than doubled that sales figure and over the course of it's life and became a bigger hit.
Indiscreet (Danny Dan Edit)
Face Of Love
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