Category Archives: Super Disco Edits

At first glance you may think Super Disco Edits is just another cut and paste record label, churning out disco fodder. But let me stop you there.
We morphed oursleves into our firt true love.
Sourcing long and forgetten Soul & Jazz artist so we could document their hopes and dreams once again on glorious vinyl.
From established artist like Leroy Hutson and Mike and Dennis Coffey to newly disovered acts like Between the two.  Our aim is to dig deep into old studio archives and dusty lofts and basements of past record label owners to see if we can revive the magic that may lie in old studio reels they may have.
We make sure the reels and material are treated with utmost care like an archaeology find or historical importance.
Once this process has been achieved we make sure our mastering,cutting of laqcueres and vinyl pressings are of the highest quality, while still keeping a friendly price for our loyal customers.
We hope you enjoy giving some of our products a listen and helping bring some light back into these long and forgotten soul men and women.
If you are an old artist, producer or musician why not send us an email and see if you can help you.

The Ellis Hall Group

“Those Passing Words” / “What Will I Do”

Label: Ellis Hall Records
Catalogue Number: SDE68
Release Date: November 2023 
Format: 7’

We are back after a fairly quiet summer.  A case of me playing too much golf and just not being able to find the quality i like when releasing new music. But stop the press, after about 7 years of trying we have finally secured this amazing modern soul winner from 1978 by The Ellis Hall Group.  Hailing out of Boston Massachusetts the group recorded a show reel for tv music show “Nightshift”.  This is where we first heard the incredible “Those Passing Words” and straight away knew we had to have the original studio version.

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Tunnie Smith 

“Join Together” / U And Me”

Label:  Pass The Baton
Catalogue Number: SDE67  
Release Date: April 2023  
Format: 7”

During the summer youth program of 1970 and ’71 at St Paul’s Catholic church a young Tunnie Smith was singled out by Father George Artist for his outstanding singing abilities. He was soon introduced to Joe Delpit and Reginal Brown to sing along with their show and dance band “The 13Th Amendments. It didn’t take long before Tunnie was a full member of the band and became a featured singer performing throughout Louisiana. After a year and a half of performing at nightclubs, military bases and universities Tunnie landed a record deal with Rick Hall’s Fame/UA record label. His first single from 1973 was a wonderful mid-tempo number entitled “Finders Aren’t Always Keepers” flipped with “Do That To Me” It gained National distribution and had some good success.

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