August 6 street date. Disco Recharge is proud to present the fourth in the series of our Boris Midney special editions. Disco pioneer Midney had survived the ‘death of Disco’ in 1979 and somehow segued effortlessly into the 80’s with his unique brand of polished dance music. However in the US the backlash against disco meant his next album ‘Companion’ remained unreleased in the country that had adopted him and originally allowed him to realise his musical vision. Subsequently the album was only released on the French Barclay label back in 1981, making it one of the rarest and most collectible albums in the Boris Midney catalogue. ‘Companion’ remains true to Midney’s musical roots but with an obvious early 80’s influence. Disc one features the complete original album plus three bonus tracks including the full 12" mixes on 'Living Up To Love' and 'Step On Out'. Disc two collects Midney’s early 80’s one-off projects together. Double Discovery’s ‘Can He Find Another One’ was co-written and produced by the legendary Jim Burgess and is included here in all its versions. ‘D-D-D-Dance’ IS Midney at his most experimental whilst closing the album is the sublime 'Thanks For Loving Me' - a rare groove track of the highest calibre.