Dapa Deep Rampampam 2021
I have very super Track from Dapa Deep the name of the song is Rampampam so professional created Big thanks from Dapa Deep
In 1974, George McCrae‘s early disco hit “Rock Your Baby” was one of the first records to use a drum machine, an early Roland rhythm machine. The use of drum machines in disco production was influenced by Sly and the Family Stone‘s “Family Affair” (1971), with its rhythm echoed in McCrae’s “Rock Your Baby”, and Timmy Thomas‘ “Why Can’t We Live Together” (1972). Disco producer Biddu used synthesizers in several disco songs from 1976 to 1977, including “Bionic Boogie” from Rain Forest (1976), “Soul Coaxing” (1977), and Eastern Man and Futuristic Journey (recorded from 1976 to 1977).
Acts like Donna Summer, Chic, Earth, Wind, and Fire, Heatwave, and the Village People helped define the late 1970s disco sound. Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte produced “I Feel Love” for Donna Summer in 1977. It became the first well-known disco hit to have a completely synthesized backing track. Other disco producers, most famously American producer Tom Moulton, grabbed ideas and techniques from dub music (which came with the increased Jamaican migration to New York City in the 1970s) to provide alternatives to the four-on-the-floor style that dominated. During the early 1980s, the popularity of disco music sharply declined in the United States, abandoned by major US record labels and producers. Euro disco continued evolving within the broad mainstream pop music scene.