Premiere Issue Disco Beat Cleveland Dance Magazine - #2
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Directory: Traditional Collectibles: Ephemera: Paper: Pre 1980: Item # 533303
Mark Bassett (aka 'potterybooks')
Author of Understanding Roseville Pottery
P.O. Box 771233, Lakewood, OH 44107
Title: Disco Beat
Subtitle: Greater Cleveland's Dance Music Publication
Date: June 15, 1979
Issue: Volume 1, Number 1
Place of publication: Cleveland, Ohio
Approximate size: 15" x 11.5" and 12 pages
Condition: Good. Some browning. Has been folded in half, but stored flat. Small tear at bottom edge of front cover.
Articles: "Disco Takes Over," "The Raes Seek Popularity in America: A Little Lovin Helps Make This Act Work," "Disco Dust: Wanna dazzle 'em? Then, has Faye got some make-up for you," "They're not dancing anymore at WLYT: General Manager Curtis Shaw tells why his station switched from disco to rock," Tom Alverson's column "Frenetic pace, superb timing: Quicklime at the Elegant Hog," and Musings by Lou Mio: "Disco: Turbo-charged jitterbug with pantaloons by Pucci."