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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by elegant20, Jun 28, 2010.
Which do you think is the best disco song ever that still makes your feet tape away?
Haven't Stopped Dancin Yet.Gonzalez
The Hustle. Stayin Alive. Dancing Queen. Bad Girls.
This always get me up on my feet dancing... even if it's just around the house.
Keep It Comin' Love
I despise disco. That having been said, I'll listen to just about anything that was produced by Giorgio Moroder, because he's a fucking genius.
Not sure it's technically disco but
Impossible to keep still to this one. Will Smith didn't use it for no reason.
I Will Survive
Ring My Bell
Thanks. Looks like it's disco week for me again.
Funny you should say that. I was just about to post this.
Can someone break down the difference between funk and disco for me. I've always been a little blurry on the delineation.
It was a disco cover of a song by the J. Geils band i think...
"You've got to give it to me" I think is what it was called.
Idk who did the disco cover though.
Frank Zappa had some decent disco >
Can't dance, wont dance, but something by Kylie would be nice
I like Got To Be Real... it just works on a lot of different levels.
Not much of a dancer either, but some of my older dance/disco faves include selections from M. Jackson's "Off the Wall" album, "Keep On Truckin" (long version - E. Kendricks), several tracks from the Parliament/Funkadelic/Bootsy Collins clan, several D. Summer tracks incl. "Now I Need Your" and "Working the Midnight Shift" - "Boogie Woogie Dancin Shoes"; "I Want Your Love" "Le Freak" (Chic).
I probably had other faves too but unfortunately I heard them a zillion times, so....
Some current dance/disco faves:
too many to remember from that many years ago. anything from Saturday Night Fever is a good start.
Donna Summer's I Feel Love
Donna Summer - Last Dance
Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand - No More Tears (Enough is Enough)
I'm not a dancer at all, but i do move a little if i ever hear these.
If I explained to you, you would have to have some knowledge of music theory and knowledge of music history first. Funk and disco can be quite similar. Back in the day, some club DJs played funk and disco in their nightly rotation in nightclubs.
If it weren't for R&B, funk and disco...there wouldn't be house music, club music, European house and even other music styles like tech step, two-step, drum=n=bass and hardhouse.
Check this out.
Disco dancing...with some Philly Soul
For you "size queens".
"You are just the right size" disco...:biggrin1: