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old school wednesdays.

KB sent a little query out for us yesterday and asked us to come up with one of our favorite disco cuts. Without hesitation, I came up with All Night Thang by Invisible Man’s Band. It was one of those songs that had superior instrumentaton, flowed, and the words were extremely seventies. If someone walked up to you and and said “sugar booga/honey could ya”, would you run? That’s all I’m sayin.
However my song is one of 27. With Vaughn Mason, Rick Dees, and The Villiage People (yeah, I had the cowboy outfit when I was growin’ up, alright?!) in the mix, it’s a stone groove, people.
And no, I’m not ignoring Disco Duck.
Bounce, skate, roll, bounce…..

5 Responses “old school wednesdays.”

  1. 28 July 2004 at 19:02

    Oh yeah!
    I nominate Best of My Love by the Emotions too!
    or Back in Love by LTD

  2. 28 July 2004 at 19:18

    was that ignore disco duck comment to little ole me?

  3. 29 July 2004 at 00:58

    I got a bunch: Make That Move & Right In the Socket – Shalamar / Shake It Up (Do the Boogaloo) – Rod / Let’s Start The Dance – Bohannan / Sexy Dancer (12″ Version) – Prince. I’ll post more as I think of them!

  4. 29 July 2004 at 13:54

    I don’t think any songs scream Disco or circa 17970’s more than Lipps Inc’s “Funky Town”, “Daddy Cool” by Boney M or “Le Freak” by Chic! Yeah, the songs were kinda corny, but folks just wanted to dance then anyway!

  5. 5 August 2004 at 13:03

    I’m all about Rubberband Man….and anything Donna Summer.

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