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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by HotRodSteve, Jun 16, 2021.
Actually some Disco tunes were pretty good. KC and the Sunshine Band had a few.
Bender's favorite tune.
I saw this video and had to watch it. What a great song to make the day a little bit better. Thanks HotRodSteve!
I've never had a problem with disco but as a millennial it's always been classic to me and I know I've only heard the cream of the crop of it on the radio...
The ultimate in my mind....
I love disco
Shame Shame Shame
And before every chorus it sounds like a daggone autoharp leads It off!!
Can't leave this out...Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards setting the standard here!
Does this count? I think so...
Love her. Happy place music.
These ladies actually played their own instruments.
And I’m gonna jump y’all a few decades. I 100% Love Tiga. No guitars, sorry! But when my day is rough Tiga brings me up and I can’t help shaking! Enjoy.
One of the fonkayest bass lines ever bar none
Don't dig KC and I'm probably not a fan of the sum of 70s disco, but I think the whole thing did put a lot of great bass playing, and what I'd rather just call very good funk and soul music, on display for everybody.
Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards alone were absolute monsters and already cited twice in this thread, in different configurations. (Henry Davis?) on the Thelma Houston version of Don't Leave Me This Way. Larry f'n Graham on anything he touched.
Rick James, [email protected]#%ers!
And is the last great 'disco' track?
This quote sums it up nicely..."When an 80s band made a song in the 90s after taking 60s LSD while jamming out to 70s music"
Great film and soundtrack album: