Disco Inferno!

Disco Inferno!

Yeah, baby, YEAH!!!

Yeah, baby, YEAH!!!

Wow.

Wow.

popularsizes: from gay semiotics (1977) by hal fischer

Fab cover art for MMM Productions’ 1978 3-LP Disco anthology. Click here for a complete track listing.

Fab cover art for MMM Productions’ 1978 3-LP Disco anthology. Click here for a complete track listing.

discofunksoulandthensome:

 Music - Montreal Sound

She laughed and laughed… because she kept her money in her shoe.

She laughed and laughed… because she kept her money in her shoe.

Thank you so much for Bobbie Gentry's Japanese "Fool On the Hill"!!! My first grade teacher was Miss Gentry. When I was in Grade 1, Bobby Gentry had that hit with "Ode to Billy Joe". I thought they were the same person. She weren't, but THANK YOU!!!

Sweet! I’d never heard it before, and I’m glad that you enjoyed it—even though there were no nudes playing Japanese musical instruments

discohub:

#np Bobbie Gentry - The Fool on the Hill (sung in Japanese)

nevver:

Am I too disco for you? - Eugenia Loli

drmonkeysetroscans:

Sweet, sweet disco dance steps.

Some Disco-Reggae to start your morning! From Philly Cream’s 1979 self-titled Disco LP, here’s “Jammin’ At The Disco.”