Cats In Spaaaacccccceeeeeee!!!!!!!!
for the husband
From 1979, here’s side one of Paris Casablanca’s “Dancing In Cairo.” Check out their Disco rendition of “Mamy Blue” at 5:25. Click here for the Wikipedia entry for “Mamy Blue.”
The 1979 Disco LP from Paris Casablanca, “Dancing In Cairo.” From Discogs: French electronic disco one-album studio project led by pioneer space disco songwriters - producersPhilippe Renaux and Rachid Bahri.
The 1975 self-titled LP from The Dynamic Superiors. I did a double take with this cover at Amoeba after I saw the makeup and painted fingernails! From Wikipedia: The Dynamic Superiors are a Motown group from Washington, D.C., United States. The group formed in 1963 with members Tony Washington (lead), George Spann (1st tenor), George Peterback, Jr. (2nd tenor), Michael McCalpin (baritone), and Maurice Washington (bass). After a ten year wait, they received their first recording contract in 1974. They recorded with moderate success throughout the 1970s. One of their best selling hits was “Shoe Shoe Shine” in 1975. They were unique in that Tony Washington was openly homosexual, and sometimes dressed in drag onstage. The group’s last recording came in 1980.
I’m to interview people for my “Design for Mobile Applications 1” class and ask the following questions.
• What aspect of getting stuck in traffic is most annoying to you?
• Is it the wasted time? The physical act of standing still? Boredom?
• How would you like to fix traffic congestion in this/your city?
This is fantastic and joyful and wonderful.
Delia Derbyshire brings to life the theme for the original Dr. Who series.