New York underground disco on Peter Brown's Land of Hits label (P&P affiliated), produced by Osborne Hunter and Steve Boston. Two nice versions with long percussive breakdowns; sound quality is not the best but playable.One of the most powerful Disco Cuts in the P&P Affiliate ï¿½Land of Hitsï¿½ Label, New Yorkï¿½s Movinï¿½ is
faithful to the name. A seven-plus minute Disco Gem of percussive breakdowns, a solid bass groove, classic strings, and enough guitar licks to make Nile Rodgers a little jealous. Released in 1981, Ahzz was a studio project by Osborne Hunter and Steve Boston who's better known for his work with Kenny Lehman on
Roundtree and Lemon. Despite the Backlash of Comiskey Parkï¿½s Disco Demolition in 1979 and the commercialization of Disco, it was clear New York City was Still Movinï¿½ in '81. Underground hits like these were just undeniable. Like a lot of the titles on Peter Brownï¿½s labels, today New Yorkï¿½ Movinï¿½ is a rare and highly sought after record. A holy grail for many. Go Ahead, check Discogs then thank the Disco Gods for this re-issue. Letï¿½s Keep on Movinï¿½.