Throwback Thursday - Dance With Me on vinyl

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jodi

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I've got this song stuck in my head today.... had almost forgotten about it.

So, who else loves Peter Brown? :)

[video=youtube;aG30Cq96cDM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG30Cq96cDM[/video]
 

oldschooldj

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Love him, however he and Herbie Hancock and a few other were the ones that have us listening to all this (my thoughts) very none musical 124-132 BPM (got no band behind me) music. My favorite song is Do You Wanna Get Funky, but I do like Dance with me. Listen to the first one and see what you think. I used to play him and Goerge Duke a lot back to back in high school.

Ray J.
 

bb

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I love his music. They only come out at night. I still have the vinyl of the above.

Goody Goody, Chuck Brown, and Santa Esmeralda are other classics that get me pumped.
 

jodi

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Love him, however he and Herbie Hancock and a few other were the ones that have us listening to all this (my thoughts) very none musical 124-132 BPM (got no band behind me) music. My favorite song is Do You Wanna Get Funky, but I do like Dance with me. Listen to the first one and see what you think. I used to play him and Goerge Duke a lot back to back in high school.

Ray J.

Hmmm - I hear you about the none-to-musical stuff..... I always liked to dance, and liked disco and dance music, but i can sure see why my musician friends didn't feel it!

Of course I know (and like) Do You Wanna Get Funky With Me!
 

jodi

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I love his music. They only come out at night. I still have the vinyl of the above.

Goody Goody, Chuck Brown, and Santa Esmeralda are other classics that get me pumped.
They Only Come Out at night, and Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood - love those, but do you think I know Goody Goody or Chuck Brown? Enlighten or remind me please. (I'm such a nerd all I can think of is Goody Goody from the big band era....and I don't think that's what you meant ha ha )
 

jimeppes

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Don't mean to jump into Mr. Puget Sound's Sound...

Goody Goody had a hit which I never played because I hated any egotistical type song back then and record labels were always trying to kiss up club jocks to get their tune played
The song was...."#1 Deejay"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGxb35bK2w8

Now... Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers were another thing altogether... Played the hell out of their stuff.

"Bustin Loose"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwHi10qX8u8

Real old time soul funk that had everything... Horns, Bad *** soul man vocals, A TON OF BREAKS you could mix into and out of, loop back around to the front ... And the most of all.. Chants in the middle the crowd would respond to.

Wore this album out in 78. It was the kind of music We had been playing from 73 to 77.

Brick - ain't gonna hurt nobody, dazz, dusic

ConFunkShun - Ffun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du5b-honXWI

gotta stop.. gigs today

lil funknfried jimmy
 

Steve Sharp

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I really wish there was a definitive Peter Brown "best of". When disco "died", TK records sunk, and Peter Brown went on to record for RCA and then Columbia. While most of the TK stuff is available, it's much harder to get good digital copies (nevermind cds) of his RCA or Columbia material. A favorite of mine that has yet to be mentioned "(Love Is Just) The Game", which I believe was originally going to be named "Trivial Pursuit" but was changed to avoid a legal confrontation with the makers of the popular board game with that name. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Gcu8zgiO6A
 

bb

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Don't mean to jump into Mr. Puget Sound's Sound...

Goody Goody had a hit which I never played because I hated any egotistical type song back then and record labels were always trying to kiss up club jocks to get their tune played
The song was...."#1 Deejay"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGxb35bK2w8

Now... Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers were another thing altogether... Played the hell out of their stuff.

"Bustin Loose"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwHi10qX8u8

Real old time soul funk that had everything... Horns, Bad *** soul man vocals, A TON OF BREAKS you could mix into and out of, loop back around to the front ... And the most of all.. Chants in the middle the crowd would respond to.

Wore this album out in 78. It was the kind of music We had been playing from 73 to 77.

Brick - ain't gonna hurt nobody, dazz, dusic

ConFunkShun - Ffun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du5b-honXWI

gotta stop.. gigs today

lil funknfried jimmy
Thanks for covering that Jimmy. Some great tunes there. The Goody Goody album cover is a keeper though. May be too much for the boys here to handle.
 

jimeppes

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Brian.. Yeah, understood. I have seen it so many times, don't even think about it anymore.

How bout the Salsoul "Nice N Naaasty" album cover.

Always one of my favorites... and of course the music was incredible.

lil t-shirt jimmy
 

bb

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I have that one to in my collection. Without looking at it over all these years I still recall exactly what it looks like. I'm in a disco mood, going turn on the sound system now and boogie!
 

Old_Goat

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Some time ago the wife got an old Magnavox "console" stereo. In GREAT shape...even had the "45" adapter! It weighs a TON, but it's entirely tubed. Not a transistor in sight.

Playing doggone near ALL of our old vinyl lately, including some of our favorites..."I Love You" by the Climax Blues Band, (our wedding song), "Dancin' In The Moonlight" by King Harvest, (the first openly pagan popular song), and "Changes in Latitude" by Jimmy Buffet..his cut, "Banana Republics" is one of my all-time top ten!
 

bb

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Nothing Heavy - Bellamy Brothers is one of my favorites from the past. Life is so simple and easy in that song. Give it a listen.

Itchycoo Park - Small Faces another great one that I dig.
 
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