Compilation CD featuring first 2 albums recorded for the Today label "Don't Turn Around" 1972 & "Baby, Won't You Change Your Mind" 1972.
As a title, Super Rare Disco was a stretch when this disc was released in 1997, and since then, it has only become more of a stretch. While there are no possible cases against Lyn Collins' "Rock Me Again and Again," Eddie Kendricks' "Date With the Rain," First Choice's "The Player," and the Jimmy Castor Bunch's "It's Just Begin" as dynamite disco singles, none of them have been particularly hard to locate since the mid-'90s. One case where the Robbins label deserves some thanks is the inclusion Four Below Zero's "My Baby's Got E.S.P.," a classic underground single helmed by Patrick Adams (who was also responsible for Inner Life's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," Musique's "In the Bush," Black Ivory's "Mainline," and about 50 other beloved dancefloor singles). No matter what, this is a fine disco compilation for those who want to dig beneath the surface of ubiquitous chart-toppers.
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Black Sugar is a funky Latin-rock band from Peru, formed in 1968. "Black Sugar II" is their second studio album. If you love latin funk, which was also called boogaloo in the late 60s, you can't go wrong with Black Sugar.