Dude’s got a major case of camel toe! From 1979, Witchcraft with a ridiculous and wonderful live Disco performance of “One Way Street.”
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Another great track from TJM’s 1979 self-titled Disco LP, “I Don’t Need No Music (You Make Me Dance).”
From 1979, TJM performing “Small Circle Of Friends.” Have a fabulous Disco Sunday!
The 1979 Disco LP from TJM (Thomas Jerome Moulton)!
From 1979, Ruth Waters performing “Never Gonna Be The Same.”
The 1979 Disco LP from Ruth Waters, “Never Gonna Be The Same.” Produced, Arranged by, and Conducted by John Davis.
From 1979, Meco’s Disco cover of “Spooky.”
From Wikipedia: ”Spooky" was originally an instrumental song performed by saxophonist Mike Sharpe (Shapiro), written by Shapiro and Harry Middlebrooks, Jr., which first charted in 1967 hitting #57 on the US pop charts. Its best known version was created by The Classics IV when guitarist James Cobb and producer Buddy Buie added lyrics centering on a “spooky little girl”. In 1968, the vocal version of the song reached #3 in the U.S. (Billboard Hot 100) and #46 in the UK.
"Spooky" has also been covered by a number of artists including Dusty Springfield (whose version was featured prominently in the Guy Ritchie film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels),Andy Williams, Martha and the Vandellas, Michel Pagliaro (recorded song in French), Velvet Monkeys, Daniel Ash, Lydia Lunch, R.E.M., The Jazz Butcher, Joan Osborne, GoldieLocks,Imogen Heap, Kid Montana, who issued the song as a single on Les Disques du Crepuscule in 1986, David Sanborn, The Golden Cups, The Puppini Sisters, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Marc Antoine, The Boris Gardiner Happening, Element of Crime, Phish, The Lettermen, and AP Mike.
From the 1979 Disco-Funk LP “Dancin’ On The Ceiling,” here’s The Beck Family performing “Can’t Shake The Feeling.” Whoot Whoot!
From 1979, Salsoul Orchestra’s Disco cover of Jefferson Airplane’s “Somebody To Love.”
From Wikipedia: ”Somebody to Love" is a rock song that was written by Darby Slick and originally recorded by 1960s folk rock band The Great Society and later by the psychedelic rock band Jefferson Airplane. Rolling Stone magazine ranked Jefferson Airplane’s version #274 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
From 1979, Soirée performing “You Keep Me Hanging On” with lead vocals by Ron Richardson.
The 1979 self-titled LP from Soirée. (US, UK, and cd release; Canadian artwork)
From Discogs: Led by songwriter - producer Billy Jackson, with lead vocals mainly by Ron Richardson, and many top session vocalists. Members - Billy Jackson, Darryl Tookes And Curtis R. King Jr. Singers, Luther Vandross Singers, Ron Richardson
From 1979, Boogie People featuring The Unique performing “Dance In America.”