Bee Gees - Stayin' Alive (1977)
Artist, Track. 10CC, Dreadlock holiday. ABBA, Abba megamix. ABBA, Dancing Queen. ABBA, Mamma Mia. ABBA, Take a chance on me. ABBA, Waterloo. ACDC, Long way to the top. Al Green, Let's stay together. Alicia Bridges, I love the nightlife. Angels (the), Am I ever gonna see your face again. B52s, Rock Lobster. 22 Aug From 10cc to XTC, from London to Lagos, from 7” singles to side-long epics, and from punk to prog to ambient to disco, our list of the greatest songs from one of music's greatest decades. 18 Mar Disco songs and music started as an urban phenomenon in the middle of the decade, died off, then (thanks to the movie Saturday Night Fever suddenly exploded into an exponentially more popular suburban phenomenon. As a result, the genre has two histories -- one as a dance-club style which appealed.
Blimey you have been busy!
Fire by Ohio Players. Pop Muzik by M. Newer Post Older Post Home. Rock with You by Michael Jackson. Also realise I havent updated my blog for a year.
I remember most of those from the wireless, but my record player tended to play Prog Rock! I'm just very sad. Of course, I'm open to criticisms, upbraiding etc.
I doubt I'll get any though, owning an impeccable music taste n'all. Two beats and a slimming pill off soul though.
Probably got half of them though. Also realise I havent updated my blog for a year.
The Top 10 Biggest Disco Songs Ever
No Sly and the Family Stone? Some great stuff in there.
Top 10 Decade Defining Songs: 1970s
I think I need to revisit my Simon Reynolds books! Calm down, calm down, Les. Sad to say Sly and the Family Stone just ain't my bag.
The behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a particular social, ethnic, or age group. Fire by Ohio Players. MacArthur Park by Donna Summer. Knock on Wood by Amii Stewart. I Want Your Love by Chic.
You'll notice there's no James Brown or the Jacksons either. I know what I like and like what I know: Post-punk's not really my thing either, Evan. Surely sticking The Buggles in is nod enough to New Wave? Really, to leave them out, that's pretty dodgy. Baccara - "Yes sir, I can boogie".
Top 100 70's Music Hits
I know, too bad to be true, but it belongs in that list. Loads of lefties loved two-tone.
And yes Peter, I'm afraid Baccara did make the first cut of this list. Thankfully I was persuaded by the merits of others: I report an error. This from is missing: Monday, 25 August Top Dance Songs of the 70s.
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