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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by HotRodSteve, Jun 16, 2021.
For anyone who wants the song's backstory:
This crossed a few 'genres' but it's still wonderful. Boy, could she sing...
Boogie. On. Down.
Every group had to get in on the disco act...
There was r&b. There was soul. There was disco. Sure.
But then there was Michael Jackson.
Here Comes the night
...with Bootsy Collins.
Still dig that song.
The Rolling Stones - Emotional Rescue (1980) - YouTube
Yep, proper classic, IMHO.
Seriously one of the best pop hooks ever. Guilty pleasure song.
We’re bumpin’ booties, havin’ us a ball, y’all!
I don't think you can mention disco music without also bringing up that the 70s were a terrible time for men's fashions. Leisure suits, open button shirts, platform shoes, and oh yes, Gold Chains.
What the hell were these people thinking?
As far as the music, it did make you want to get up and dance. A lot of music in the 60s and 70s wasn't stuff you could dance to. Try dancing to Frank Zappa, Pink Floyd, or Yes.
Disco was a new sound, used a lot of keyboards, got people dancing. It was fun at the time.
Watched Soul Train every Saturday at noon growing up
Women's fashions weren't so bad, thankfully.
Gotta love Farrah! Heart throb of the 70s! Her poster was everywhere.