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Friday, September 12, 2008

There But For The Grace of God Go I

posted by on September 12 at 11:16 AM

Machine's 1979 s/t LP

About a week ago I was excited to find a used copy of Machine’s 1979 self-titled record that features the disco classic “There But For The Grace of God Go I” which happens to be one of the most requested songs at STUDIO!. Machine was basically a studio disco group put together by legendary producer August Darnell, a founding member of both Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band and Kid Creole And The Coconuts. The album’s single, “There But For The Grace of God Go I” remains to be the most memorable and known track from the group’s existence. Other stand out tracks on the record consist of the lesser known “Marisa”, “You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby”, and “Get Your Body Ready”. Overall, it’s hard to think of a more classic release from August Darnell’s impressive catalogue which certainly includes a number of great dance gems. I’m just happy to now have the ability to fulfill those ‘few rare enjoyable’ requests each and every Wednesday.

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The Gories' cover of this song is hell of bomb.

Posted by J. Burns | September 12, 2008 7:31 PM

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