Aris B presents Disco Heaven 26/06/10

Aris B presents Disco Heaven 26/06/10

Donna Summer – Love to Love you Baby (1975) (Atlantic)
5000 Volts – Doctor Kiss-Kiss (1976) (Philips)
Silver Convention – Get up & Boogie (1976) (Magnet)
Philadelphia International All Stars – Let’s Clean up the Ghetto (1977) (Philadelphia International Records)
People’s Choice – Jam Jam Jam (All Night Long) (1976) (Philadelphia International Records)
Hot Chocolate – Every 1’s a Winner (1978) (RAK)
Carl Douglas – King Fu Fighting (1974) (Pye Records)
Eruption – One Way Ticket (1978) (Hansa)
Heatwave – The Groove Line (1977) (Epic)
KC & The Sunshine Band – Shake, Shake, Shake (Shake your Booty) (1976) (T.K. Records)
Gloria Gaynor – Reach Out, I’ll Be There (1975) (MGM Records)
The Temprees – I Found Love On a Disco Floor (1976) (Epic)
Archie Bell & The Drells – The Soul City Walk (1975) (Philadelphia International Records)
Boney M – Ma Baker (1977) (Atlantic)
ABBA – Voulez-vous (1979) (Polar)
Three Degrees – Jump the Gun (1979) (Ariola)
Evelyn “Champagne” King – Shame (1977) (RCA Victor)
Four Tops – Don’t Walk Away (1981) (Casablanca Records)
Earth Wind & Fire – Got to Get you into my Life (1978) (CBS)
Kool & The Gang – Ladies Night (1979) (De-Lite Records)
Diana Ross – Upside Down (1980) (Motown)
Patrice Rushen – Never Gonna Give you up (won’t Let you Be) (1980) (Elektra)
The Emotions – I Should Be Dancing (1979) (CBS)
Sister Sledge – Lost in Music (1979) (Cotillion)
Bee Gees – Tragedy (1979) (RSO Records)
Sheila B Devotion – Spacer (1979) (Carrere)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – Taste of Bitter Love (1980) (Columbia)
Michael Jackson – Rock with You (1979) (Epic)
Shalamar – The Second Time Around (1979) (Solar)
Stephanie Mills – What cha Gonna Do with my Lovin’ (1979) (20th Century Records)


Aris B presents Disco Heaven: Movies & TV Shows 19/06/10

Aris B present Disco Heaven: Movies & TV Shows 19/06/10

Wilton Place Street Band – Disco Lucy (I Love Lucy Theme) (1976) From the Sitcom I Love Lucy (Island Records)
MFSB – K-Jee (1975) From the Motion Picture Saturday Night Fever (Philadelphia International Records)
Maynard Ferguson – Gonna Fly Now (1977) From the Motion Picture Rocky (Columbia)
Shirley Bassey – Moonraker (disco version) (1979) From the Motion Picture Moonraker (United Artists Records)
Michel Polnareff – Lipstick (1976) From the Motion Picture Lipstick (Atlantic)
Biddu Orchestra – The Stud (1978) From the Motion Picture The Stud (Epic)
Disco Spectacular – Aquarius/Let the Sunshine in (1979) From the Motion Picture Hair (RCA Victor)
Aragorn Ballroom Orchestra – (Theme From) The Lord of the Rings (1978) From the Motion Picture The Lord of the Rings (Fantasy)
Meco – Theme From Close Encounters (1977) Inspired by the Motion Picture Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Casablanca Records)
Village People – Can’t Stop the Music (1980) From the Motion Picture Can’t Stop the Music (Casablanca Records)
Diana Ross – Lovin’, Livin’ & Givin’ (1978) From the Motion Picture Thank God it’s Friday (Motown)
Cher – Hell On Wheels (1979) From the Motion Picture Roller Boogie (Casablanca Records)
Linda Clifford – Red Light (1980) From the Motion Picture Fame (RSO Records)
Paul Zaza & Carl Zittrer – Love me Till I Die (1980) From the Motion Picture Prom Night (RCA)
Donna Summer – On the Radio (1979) From the Motion Pciture Foxes (Casablanca Records)
Olympic Runners – The Bitch (1979) From the Motion Picture The Bitch (Polydor)
Gloria Gaynor – Love is Just a Heartbeart Away (1979) From the Motion Picture Nocturna: Granddaughter of Dracula (MCA Records)
John Davis & The Monster Orchestra – Kojak Theme (1978) Based on the TV Show Kojak (SAM Records)
Oral Caress – Charlie’s Angels (1977) Based on the TV Show Charlie’s Angels (P&P Records)
Love Unlimited Orchestra – Theme From Superman Based on the Motion Picture Superman (20th Century Fox Records)

Rolling Rock Show – Newsletter



Welcome to the first Rolling Rock Show Newsletter. I will be sending out a monthly newsletter to keep you advised of happenings on the Rolling Rock Show.

Bafana Bafana may disappoint us but good music never will.

The Rolling Rock Show (Saturday, 20h00 – 22h00) has some exciting plans in store for future shows. I will be posting my playlists on every week.

While the 1970s is my favourite decade for music, I also enjoy modern rock.

On the first Saturday of every month (beginning in August), I will focus on more modern rock with every track featured on the show released after 1990.

On the third Saturday of every month (beginning this Saturday, 19 June), I will feature a specific artist or band and play 5 or 6 of their tracks spread throughout the show with a small biography and interesting facts about the band thrown in for good measure. We start this week with the best band in the world – Jethro Tull. Look out for forthcoming features on Savoy Brown, Rush, The Rolling Stones and Black Sabbath – to mention a few.

On the last Saturday of every month, I will focus on music from a specific year. On 29 May, I featured the year 1970. Every track featured was released in 1970 and the show included great music from the likes of Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, The Allman Brothers Band, The Who and Deep Purple.

Next week (26 June), I will feature the year 1971. Listen out for great music from Hot Tuna, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Hawkwind and Caravan just to get you started.

The Rolling Rock Show Newsletter for July will feature a list of my Top Ten albums of all time as well as a review of each album. Have you ever thought about your Top Ten albums? There will be Share them with me on – a dedicated e-mail address for The Rolling Rock Show. Feel free to e-mail me feedback, comments, requests and suggestions. You may also SMS me on a dedicated number for the Rolling Rock Show – 076 799 8970

Keep Rocking


RockFest Revised line-up

Hi there!

There have been some exciting new changes to The Rockfest line-up on 93.8fm. Leslie Wright (normally Tuesday 10pm to midnight) is unfortunately no longer with us, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank her for her time and contributions to The Rockfest in the past. We would also like to welcome two new ladies to The Rockfest: Kim Coetzee (who needs no introduction, as she has already been with the station for a few months, but now has her own Rockfest slot), and Hendrine Hodson, who has strong connections in the SA music scene, notably blues.

Linda Sue, who won the Mrs. Mpumalanga title a few weeks ago, and who is doing very well in other beauty pageants, now has a three hour slot on a Friday, from 6pm.

Don’t forget that 93.8fm is now available on audio streaming via Pull in, and enjoy the music!

The new, revised Rockfest line-up, is as follows:


8pm to 11pm – David Blood

11pm to 01am – Frank Heydenrych


6pm to 8pm – Hendrine Hodson

8pm to 10pm – Kim Coetzee

10pm to midnight – Ingrid Botha

Midnight to 2am – Greg Tucker


8pm to 10pm – Phil Wright

10pm to midnight – Renier Coetzee

Midnight to 2am – TBA


8pm to 10pm – Tamara Jeunette

10pm to midnight – Mike Tymvios

Midnight to 2am – Graham Rees


6pm to 9pm – Linda Sue

9pm to midnight – Leon Economides

Midnight to 2am – TBA


8pm to 10pm – Max Aston

10pm to midnight – Aris Binikos

Midnight to 2am – Andre Durand


8pm to 11pm – Robert Lang

11pm to 01am – Rick Gardiner

Aris B presents Disco Heaven 05/06/10

Aris B presents Disco Heaven 05/06/10

France Joli – Come to Me (1979) (Prelude Records)
TJM – Put Yourself in my Place (1979) (Casablanca Records)
Sheila B Devotion – No No No No (1979) (Carrere)
Mouzon’s Electric Band – Everybody Get Down (1979) (Vanguard)
Bob-a-Rela – Spend the Night (1979) (Channel)
Splendor – All Night Long (1979) (Columbia)
Ashford & Simpson – Found a Cure (1979) (Warner Bros Records)
Macho – Not Tonight (1980) (Goody Music Records)
Don Ray – Got to Have Loving (1978) (Polydor)
Southern Exposure – Headin’ South (1979) (RCA)
Celi Bee – Fly me On the Wings of Love (medley) (1978) (T.K. Disco)
North End – Kind of Life (Kind of Love) (1979) (West End Records)
Roundtree – Manhattan Fever (1978) (Mango)
Lorraine Johnson – The More I Get, the More I Want (1977) (Prelude Records)
Montana – You know How Good it is (1978) (Atlantic Records)
Eli’s Second Coming – Heavenly (1977) (Silver Blue Records)
First Choice – Double Cross (1979) (Salsoul Records)
The Rimshots – Super Disco (1976) (Stang Records)
Teddy Pendergrass – Only You (1978) (Philadelphia International Records)
George Duke – I Want you for Myself (1979) (Epic)