The Muzic Box

After Frankie Knuckles, Ron Hardy was arguably the most influential Chicago house DJ. When Knuckles left The Warehouse to open the Power Plant in 1983, Robert Williams lured Ron Hardy with the promise of his own club, The Muzic Box.
Hardy’s style was imaginative, with radical tape edits, fast tempos, and heavy EQing on his GLI mixer.
Here one of his tracklist and some photos at The Muzic Box in 1984/1985.
Thanks Ron.

Live at the Muzic Box (Part I), 1985

01. Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes - The Love I Lost
02. Don Armando’s Second Avenue Rhumba Band - Deputy of Love
03. beats
04. Taana Gardner - When You Touch Me
05. Exodus - Together Forever (Dub)
06. Jamie Principle - Waiting on My Angel
07. Made In USA - Melodies (break)
08. beats
09. Klein & M.B.O. - The MBO Theme
10. Chip E. - MB Dance
11. Two Tons of Fun - I Got the Feeling (edit)
12. beats/Love Sensation accapella/train sound effect
13. Sylvester - You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)
14. Chic - Everybody Dance (break)
15. Cheryl Lynn - Star Love (edit)
16. Sylvester - Dance (Disco Heat)

Live at the Muzic Box (Part II), 1985

01. Isaac Hayes - I Can’t Turn Around (edit)
02. Black Ivory - Mainline (break)
03. J.M. Silk - I Can’t Turn Around (unreleased version)
04. Jackmaster Dick’s Revenge - Sensuous Women Goes Disco (beats)
05. Martin Circus - Disco Circus (break)
06. T-Connection - Do What You Wanna Do
07. First Choice - Let No Man Put Asunder (Disco Madness Remix edit)
08. Loose Joints - Is It All Over My Face
09. Trussel - Love Injection

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