That’s Herb Ritts on thier video shoot for “Love Will Never Do Without You.” Thanks to DJ Gant Johnson for pointing this one out.
I think we have a definitive answer on that one. Whodini? I believe you know quite a few things about freaks. Can you let us know when they come out, what they often wear and how we can be sure about just exactly who these freaks are or might be?
Whodini The Freaks Come Out At Night
Whodini Big Mouth
Enjoy this barely polished, low quality, Hi-definition disco-pop gem from the German “So gay but not gay” duo, Modern Talking. Learn the lyrics and remember them through the coming year.
You Can Win If You Want, If You Want It You Will Win – mantra
You meaning “I” that is, you are you to me but I am me to myself so when I repeat this disco mantra I say “you” but I mean ” I.” right? wait…who am I again?
Valued readers I wish you all a winning new year filled with one finger piano solos, a bold abuse of bronzer and catchy falsetto backups over a throbbing bass that just makes you feel like, “giddy-up ,giddy’up, giddy-up!”
You can win if you want
If you want it, you will win
On your way you will see that life is more than fantasy
Take my hand, follow me
Oh, you’ve got a brand new friend for your life
You need it. Download it FREE FROM ME and you’ll always have it. You’re welcome. If you are lucky enough to be falling in love then even the lyrics are perf. If you are everything else besides falling in love then just enjoy the groove. This is the Fantasy/Honey Special 12″ Version – Two Tons Of Fun are Martha Wash and Izora Armstead. check em rule. That’s just undisputed truth. This catchy cutie was written by Eric Robinson and Victor Orsborn. It was produced by the great Harvey Fuqua. The year was 1980.
You don’t even need to share a cab! This will take you there. The spirit’s in it ( As Patty Says )
I owe this one to DJ’s Sister Dimension and Jeffrey Hinton. If you have carpeting, this track will give you a lot of static. ZAPP!
Earlene Bentley, people, a regal New York lady and the best friend of Miquel Brown! She did a duet with Sylvester. Ahkay?
Great cover. The lips are a masterpiece. Keep it simple.
Does anybody out there have the DUB VERSION? Need it. Want it. Trouble sleeping with out it.
I really dig this choreography. You just don’t see moves like this anymore and that’s a shame. How did they notate the steps when they were learning it? –
step touch, step touch
turn thrust turn touch, turn thrust turn touch…
APOLLONIA 6 Y’ALL!!!
“I’m the only person here I’ve never heard of.”
Please bury me there.
Viva Suzzane Charny! Best frug ever, Best Ponytail Work in modern history.
Use this link to save the mp3. It’s 222MB
Enjoy over two and a half hours of non-stop funky, swishy, classy New York City style disco-era classics. Every one of them is a personal favorite of mine. These are the exciting sounds and intricate rhythms of Manhattan – City of Satin. The mood is elegant funk that leads us to an elevation in spirit – a higher level of disco-teric understanding. There is celebration in the music but it’s not without it’s natural counterpoint, a certain disco sadness. There are instrumental journeys, empowering chants, soaring vocal duets and there is The Hustle. Throughout the collection there remains an authentic musical mastery of the form that is as powerful and magical today as it was thirty-five years ago.
This is serious disco, people.
“Semper Disco Semper Boogie Semper Amare”
My cover model is the embodiment of elegant funk, Miss Pat Cleveland.