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Next Movement

Chicago based quintet Next Movement formed in the early 70’s and started performing in some clubs around the city. They got their first serious deal by signing at the small GEC label what became their one and only self-titled LP in ’80 (kind of hard to get nowadays). Off course this album definitely sounds disco-ish and they have to wait until ’82 to meet major success with the classic boogie floorfiller “Let’s Work It Out” released on Prelude Records which is mixed by Fran├žois Kevorkian and co-written by Lonnie Reaves.

Afterwards Next Movement failed to make success last and has two further releases: “All I Do“, a club anthem in ’84 and and the band tried to get back on track with “More Love” a stepper gem in ’85, both on the house and soul music Chicago label Nuance Records.

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