Ahzz – New York's Movin' (Land Of Hits)
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 “Land of Hits” Label,
New York’s Movin’ 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 Park’s Disco Demolition in 1979 and the commercialization of Disco, it was clear New York City was Still Movin’ in '81. Underground hits like these were just undeniable. Like a lot of the titles on Peter Brown’s labels, today New York’ Movin’ 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. Let’s Keep on Movin’.