From 1979, The Doctor Exx Band performing “Lois Gets On Down.”
From 1979, The Doctor Exx Band performing “Superman Theme.” From Discogs: Doctor Exx’s band is get on down disco dynamite! Over thirty driving players plus laser hot synthesisers that take you on a non-stop trip. From Superman groovin’ out of sight to spaced out goodies like Star Wars and 2001 Themes. The big heat of hits from the big screen. Let’s get it on!
I have to find this!
The 1979 self-titled Disco LP from Wardell Piper. From Discogs: Once a member of Philly-soul group First Choice. In 1979 she recorded a self-titled album with producers John H. Fitch, Jr. and Reuben Cross, who co-wrote Evelyn King's “Shame”, on Midsong International Records. The album included “Super Sweet,” which went to number 20 on the R&B charts and “Captain Boogie,” which went to number 33 on the R&B charts in early '79.
From 1979, Flash & The Pan performing “Walking In The Rain.” Not sure where this video came from, but it’s great with this song which was later covered by Grace Jones.
Drive safely in this rain, Los Angeles!
-Crisis on Earth-3 (Reprinted in Justice League of America #114)
Seriously, though. If you ever get a chance to check out these original Silver Age Crisis stories, you should. They’re something else!
The 1975 Disco Anthology, “Hustle In Discotheque.” I already have most of these songs, but I couldn’t pass up this very special album cover!
NAILED IT. The 1950s as imagined in 1914 in Life Magazine.