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Hamilton Bohannon January 1975 Interview
CURRENTLY the most popular disco record in Britain is the compelling "South African Man" by Hamilton Bohannon. It's a pulsating rhythm item that was pulled from Bohannon's "Keep On Dancing" album but yet it didn't fare overly well in the States. In fact, Hamilton's name is more revered in Britain than the States anyway — because "Stop & Go" was one of 1972's really big disco sounds. Affectionately known to everybody simply as Bohannon, Hamilton was born in Newman, Georgia, on March 7, 1942. A...
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Hamilton Bohannon January 1975 Interview
CURRENTLY the most popular disco record in Britain is the compelling "South African Man" by Hamilton Bohannon. It's a pulsating rhythm item that was p...
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Hamilton Bohannon June 1975 Interview
WHEN, back in January we became the first British magazine to interview the talented Hamilton Bohannon, I confess I didn't expect to ever have to call...
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Hamilton Bohannon July 1977 Interview
The Disco Man has the fastest-moving album of the day; that's why he's radiating happiness and joie de vie. YOU WON'T have failed to notice that th...
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