The Ritchie Family - The Best Disco In Town (Remastered)

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The Ritchie Family - The Best Disco In Town (1976 Audio Redone By Dj Cole)


The Ritchie Family is the name of an American vocal group, based in Philadelphia, who achieved several hits during the disco era. 

The four original members were not related; the group was a creation of Jacques Morali who also formed the Village People. The group took its name from record producer Richie Rome, who added at T to the name and originally consisted of four singers Jean Davis, Cassandra Wooten, Gwen Oliver (who eventually married musician Fred Wesley), and Nadine Felder originally known as Honey & The Bees. Their manager was Jimmy Bishop, a successful Philadelphia radio personality who also managed Barbara Mason. Morali remembered Felder and Wooten had done some session work for him, and he called them a few years later when he wanted to form a group and the Ritchie Family was born. 

"The Best Disco in Town" is a 1976 crossover disco single by Philadelphia-based group, The Ritchie Family. In the United States, the single was a top 20 hit on both the soul and pop charts. "The Best Disco in Town" reached number one for one week on the disco/dance chart.

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Artist: The Ritchie Family
Video title: The Best Disco In Town (Remastered)

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