Today 01:35 PM

15 Best Disco Songs of All Time

This guy Samuel Moore, seems to put out some kind of Best List every other week. Last one was Best Motown and this week it is Best Disco Songs of All Time. If the definition of All Time is Timeless, then I agree with him. I still like all these songs, whereas a lot of the stuff that i used to like in disco era is now just a repetitive boring beat. Not criticism, just a part of getting old. His list does include a couple of my favorites, but not my two favorites, which are Native New Yorker by Odysey and Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band - Cherchez La Femme

Table of Contents
1. Stayin’ Alive by Bee Gees
2. I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor
3. Y.M.C.A. by Village People
4. Le Freak by Chic
5. I’m Coming Out by Diana Ross
6. Get Down Tonight by KC and the Sunshine Band
7. Play That Funky Music by Wild Cherry
8. Ring My Bell by Anita Ward
9. Boogie Wonderland by Earth, Wind & Fire with The Emotions
10. Don’t Leave Me This Way by Thelma Houston
11. Last Dance by Donna Summer
12. Good Times by Chic
13. We Are Family by Sister Sledge
14. Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now by McFadden & Whitehead
15. September by Earth, Wind & Fire


My two favorites below did not make his list

Today 11:17 AM

There’s A Ghost In My House question

Does anybody know who the male backing singers are on this classic song please?

07-06-2024 09:42 AM

They Called Him Crazy Mike

Has it been 'only' fifty years since Michael Edward Campbell, Tom Baird, Bob Babbit, Russ Terrana and Billy Batson, among others, worked on Michael's 1974 self-titled album? Also known as Mike Campbell as a musician in his group, Scorpion, and as Michael Champion in his later career as an actor. He was in superb company in Scorpion, as his bandmates were Bob Babbit, Ray Monette and Andrew Smith - the group that played on many of the Stoney & Meat Loaf debut album tracks. The 'Michael Edward Campbell' album was recorded at the Motown Recording Studios and also at The Record Plant in L.A. Highlights from the album include 'Roxanne [[You Sure Got A Fine Design)' and 'Roll It Over' and it's a very strong rock album with, obviously, some great musicianship. Alas, it joins a host of other white artist albums that Motown just couldn't get over the line: think Severin Browne, Reuben Howell, Stephen Cohn etc. - it's a long list. Still, at least Motown thought he was worthy of an LP release and It's one that I still enjoy. Michael Edward Campbell was crazy talented!

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My copy of the LP is the Canadian release, 'Manufactured and distributed by Motown Records Canada Ltd' with its maple leaf logo. Kinda crazy too, eh?
07-12-2024 04:53 PM

CENTER STAGE:Russ and Ralph discuss mixing including the phasing of Nathan Jones

I am trying something new. This thread will be used for showcasing new talent. Got a song or band you think deserves recognition? Feel free to post it here and give us a chance to listen. Could be fun.
07-09-2024 02:14 PM

Happy birthday Russ and Ralph

Happy birthday to the two talented brothers


Ralph Terrana

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