List of disco artists (F–K)

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This is a list of artists primarily associated with the disco era of the 1970s and some of their most noteworthy disco hits. Numerous artists, not usually considered disco artists, implemented some of the styles and sounds of disco music, and are also included. This includes artists who have either been very important to the genre or have had a considerable amount of exposure (such as those that have been on a major label). Bands are listed by the first letter in their name (not including the words "a", "an", or "the"), and individuals are listed by last name.

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  • Yvonne Fair
    • "It Should Have Been Me" (1975)
  • Percy Faith
  • Faith, Hope & Charity[1]
    • "To Each His Own" (1975), "Don't Pity Me" (1978), "I'm Ready For A New Love" (1978)
  • Joe Farrell
    • "Promise Me Your Love" (1977), "Night Dancing" (1978), "Another Star" (1978)
  • Fat Larry's Band
    • "Center City" (1977), "Fascination" (1977), "Lookin' for Love" (1979), "Let the Sun Shine" (1979), "Last Chance to Dance" (1979)
  • Fatback Band
    • "Do the Bus stop" (1977), "Spanish Hustle" (1976), "Disco-Crazy" (1977), "NYCNYUSA" (1978), "Mile-High" (1978), "Do the Boogie Woogie" (1979), You're My Candy Sweet" (1979)
  • Wilton Felder
    • "Let's Dance Together" (1978)
  • Maynard Ferguson
    • "Pagliacci" (1976), "Scheherazade" (1977), "Gonna Fly Now" (1977), "Rocky II Disco" (1979)
  • Ferrante & Teicher
    • Classical Disco (1979)
  • The Fiestas
    • "Tina, the Disco Queen" (1977)
  • First Choice
    • "Armed and Extremely Dangerous"[2] (1973), "The Player" (1974), "Dr. Love" (1977), "Let No Man Put Asunder" (1977), "Hold Your Horses" (1979)
  • Roberta Flack
    • "Feel Like Makin' Love" (1977), ""Back Together Again" (1979), "Don't Make Me Wait Too Long" (1979)
  • The Floaters
    • "I Just Wanna Be with You" (1978)
  • Flower (Cheryl Saban)
    • "Give The Little Girl A Chance" 1978, "How" (1979), "Classical Love" (1979), "Our Never Ending Love" (1979), "Midnight Dancing" (1979)
  • Four Tops
    • "Catfish" (1976), "The Show Must Go On" (1977)
  • Foxy[3]
    • "The Way You Do the Things You Do" (1976), "People Fall in Love (While Dancing)" (1977), "Teena's Song" (1978), "Get Off" (1978), "Ready For Love" (1978), "Hot Number" (1979), "Devil Boogie" (1979), "Headhunter" (1979)
  • Aretha Franklin
    • "No One Could Ever Love You More" (1977), "Ladies Only" (1979), "Only Star" (1979)
  • Frantique
  • Funkadelic

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Faith, Hope & Charity discography - RYM/Sonemic".
  2. ^ "First Choice discography - RYM/Sonemic".
  3. ^ "Foxy discography - RYM/Sonemic".

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