Revisiting the classic soundtrack to “Saturday Night Fever”: Disco doesn’t necessarily need to suck

The soundtrack to the 1977 movie “Saturday Night Fever”, made people dance to the unlikely Beethoven’s “Fifth Symphony”. It’s perhaps the greatest Disco album ever made, we revisit the historical record on the day that it started a 24 week run at No.1 on the U.S albums charts

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The Village People iconic “Red Indian” Felipe Rose turns 70 today

Felipe Rose, one of Village People’s original members and also one of the most recognizable ones as the “Red Indian”, remained in the group since it’s beginning until 2017, having scored worldwide hits with songs such as “Y.M.C.A”, “In The Navy” and “Macho Man”. Today he turns 70

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Remembering The Queen Of Disco Donna Summer on her birthday

One of the most influential dance music singers of all time, Donna Summer was born on this day in 1948. She had an impressive successful career that included a string of hit singles during the 1970’s such as “I Feel Love” and “Hot Stuff”

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The many lives of the enthralling and enigmatic Amanda Lear

She rose to prominence as a fashion icon in the 1960s and served as muse to some of modern history’s most iconic figures, including Salvador Dali, David Bowie, and the Rolling Stones, but her origins remain one of Pop Culture’s most fascinating enigmas

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The British singer Cliff Richard turns 83

With more than 250 million records sold worldwide since the beginning of his career in the 1950’s, the singer was never able to successfully break into the American music market, despite dominating the British music scene pre-Beatles

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“Don’t Stop’ Til You Get Enough”, a prelude of what was to come in Michael Jackson’s career

“Don’t Stop’ Til You Get Enough” that was included on his album “Off The Wall”, it’s a milestone on Michael Jackson’s career at many diverse levels, it reached No.1 on the U.S Hot 100 on October 13th, 1979 and included for the first time some of Jackson’s future trademarks

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New Song by George McCrae in duet with Lynda Law

Renowned R&B/Soul and Disco sensation George McCrae is about to be heard again on radio and seen on TV with a new song, a duet called “Step Into My Heart”, sung with and also written by Lynda Law. 2024 will mark the 50th anniversary of his smash hit “Rock Your Baby” and George is still going strong with this new song release on July 7, 2023

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The Rolling Stones get their last U.S No.1 in 1978 with the Disco influenced “Miss You”

Featured on their album “Some Girls” and credited to Jagger-Richards, the actual songwriting of the Stones Rock-Disco hit “Miss You” has been the subject of a long dispute between some members of the band

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The Electronic Pop music genius Giorgio Moroder turns 83 today

Giorgio Moroder’s career has been filled with hit upon hit, he has been awarded Oscars, Grammys and even Golden Globes and, he is responsible for some of the most memorable Electronic Pop music songs ever. We look back at his impressive career

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Blondie calls for No.1 in 1980 with the “American Gigolo” movie theme “Call Me”

Written by Debbie Harry and Italian disco producer Giorgio Moroder, “Call Me” was specifically composed to be used as the theme for the 1980 movie “American Gigolo”, and, originally offered to another singer by Moroder

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