“The Power Of Disco” the latest production of Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel is based on a true story from 70’s London Disco fusion survivor: Spiteri.
“I saw Grace at the welcome party, down at Island Records St Peters square, It was the 70’s and the 60’s were gone and the 80’s were right on the door, straight out of New York, Studio 54, John Morales was arriving with a new sound… the sound of funky London was starting up and people were grooving the groovy sound…
It was the power of Disco coming to life…
The Roundhouse & Dingwalls in Camden town, and Mick Jagger had to pay the rounds, Grace Jones was the heart of the party, and Marley was in town that night, Ziggy Stardust was aiming high high, and people were grooving the the groovy sound, down down down down down and boogie, telling stories like the movies…
Once upon a time in London town.
Jorge Spiteri – Vox
Milt Mavrakakis – Clav & Synth
JP Sancho – Drums
Matheus Nova – Bass
Raphael Delphino – Guitar
Stephen Alpert – Grand Piano
Produced by Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel