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Sylvester - Rock the Box

Album

MP3/320 $7.99
FLAC $7.99
WAV $7.99
CD $12.58

Tracks

Rock the Box Buy
Lovin' Is Really My Game Buy
Sex Buy
Shadow of a Heart Buy
Taking Love Into My Own Hands Buy
Take Me to Heaven Buy
How Do You Like Your Love? Buy
I Don't Wanna Think About It Buy
Rock the Box (Purple Haze Acid House Mix) Buy
Sex (An Ian Levine Remix) Buy
Taking Love Into My Own Hands (Remix) Buy
Take Me to Heaven (Remix) Buy
Disco superstar who matched a flamboyant sense of style and sexuality with a breathtaking singing voice. Along with the Village People, '70s disco artist Sylvester was one of the few artists of the era not afraid to openly acknowledge his homosexuality. After relocating to San Francisco in the late '60s, Sylvester began to perform in a musical production called Women of the Blues before becoming a star attraction of the Cockettes, a gender-bending avant-garde theater troupe, in the early '70s. After leaving the Cockettes in 1973, Sylvester signed on with the Hot Band and issued such releases as Scratch My Flower and Bazaar the same year. Sylvester's dance-happy funk style eventually transformed into disco, as his flamboyant and over the top stage act created quite a following for the singer in the San Francisco area. He also issued some of his best-known recordings around the end of the decade -- 1977's Sylvester and 1979's in-concert Living Proof -- while racking up such popular disco hits as "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)" and "Dance (Disco Heat)."