And they said disco was dead. Arthur Baker, who made a name for himself in the disco heyday of the 1980's by collaborating with artists like Afrika Bambaataa, Bruce Springsteen, New Order and Bob Dylan, wrote and recorded a song called "You Can't Put A Price On Love" back in 1979. His label, London Records USA, eventually went bankrupt, and the record would become forgotten. Until now. Baker breathed new life into it back in 2009, and has now enlisted the help of contemporary disco enthusiast Dave 1 (of Chromeo) and Al-P (of MSTRKRFT) in order to present it to contemporary audiences via his latest project, Slam Dunk'd. Hear it below; "No Price" drops in September via Baked Recordings/Columbia Records.
Hear the veteran producer's latest disco-tinged anthem