Harlem’s legendary Disco label Queen Constance has long been a cult favourite among fans of underground dance music for decades.
One of many labels operating under the equally legendary P&P family of imprints Queen Constance was operated by one Peter Brown, a truly colossal figure in NYC’s music scene, it’s catalogue still fascinates music lovers to this day. Covering a wide range of styles including Gospel, early Rap and Disco the label’s output continually finds it way into the playlists of respected DJ’s and selectors across the globe. Wayne Forde’s super heavyweight ‘Dance To The Music Freakout’ is the second reissue from the label for 2018!
Yet again, not much is known about Wayne Forde, or his band ‘Stereo’. Could it be another Peter and Patrick studio project? Another selection of local, neighbourhood players and singers? Who knows? What we do know, however, is that this record is a TOTAL disco bomb. All of what you want from a Queen Constance record is here, it’s dripping in funk, raw and soulful. Essential stuff for anyone with even a passing interest in disco or anything funky. These jams are super long, percussive dance-floor melters that will do damage! Super rare, too. You won’t find one of these nestled in the racks in your local chazzer, which is exactly why these (legit) represses should be in your cart. Essential.
This is a 100% legit reissue, made in conjunction with Above Board distribution and the Demon Music group, lovingly remastered with love by Optimum Mastering, Bristol UK.