Laura Taylor, "Dancin' In My Feet" LP (1979). Front cover image. Features track, "Lady Scorpio." Disco, dance, pop, electronic.
Laura Taylor, "Dancin' In My Feet" LP (1979). Back cover image. Features track, "Lady Scorpio." Disco, dance, pop, electronic.
Laura Taylor, "Dancin' In My Feet" LP (1979). Record label sticker image. Features track, "Lady Scorpio." Disco, dance, pop, electronic.
Good Sounds Records

Laura Taylor "Dancin' In My Feet" LP (1979)

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Details: Rare disco album by singer Laura Taylor, VG condition! 12” used. If you are into star-signs, and a Scorpio, the fabulous disco track, “Lady Scorpio,” is for you! The opener "Some Love," is fantastic, also! Really great disco LP!

Description: “Laura Taylor's disco track “Dancin’ In My Feet” was the theme song for the late 70s Miami television show “Disco Magic.”

More from Laura Taylor's web site where she continues to list her performances and history:

Laura signed her first record deal in Miami, Florida with Criteria Studio’s own label– Good Sounds Records – whose parent company and distributor was T. K. Records. Criteria was the studio where the Bee Gees recorded the famous Saturday Night Fever soundtrack and many of their other hit songs.  Laura not only met the Bee Gees, but their back-up band recorded Laura’s first album with her “Dancin’ In My Feet”. This album opened the door for Laura’s dual talents as singer and songwriter. The title song, Dancin’ in My Feet, became the theme song for the nationally syndicated TV show Disco Magic and rose to #4 on Billboard’s national disco chart. Three of her original songs – Lady Scorpio – All Through Me – and Some Love – also made Billboard and Record World charts.  (Google Laura Taylor Disco for songs and articles).

While at Criteria, Laura worked with many great producers, artists, and bands including George Martin (The Beatles producer), and the band Firefall.  Firefall’s producer, the esteemed Tom Dowd, presented Laura with her first platinum album for her background vocal work on their Elan album

During this same period, Laura electrified Miami Dolphins fans with her a cappella version of The Star-Spangled Banner on three separate occasions.

Laura’s success as a songwriter continued when Diana Ross included Laura’s original composition Think I’m In Love on her Why Do Fools Fall in Love album. The song was also selected as the flip-side of Ms. Ross’ single release. This resulted in Laura being presented with her second platinum album. Enthusiasm for Laura as both a singer and songwriter led to appearances on Midnight Special, The Dinah Shore Show, and The Merv Griffin Show (three times)where she showcased several of her original songs.

Joe Delaney of The Las Vegas Sun wrote…

A beauty with voice to match, plus a fine jazz feel, Laura Taylor treated all concerned to a varied program that included requests and a world-class treatment of The Nearness of You.”

Grade: VG+ (cover) / VG+ (record)

A1. Some Love
A2. Dancin’ In My Feet
A3. All Through Me
    B1. Follow Your Own Star
    B2. I Believe
    B3. Sad Is The Song
    B4. Romance With Me
    B5. Boogie On Down To My House
    B6. Lady Scorpio