4. Dez. 2009, 5:49 von fmera
27. Aug. 2008, 0:25 von The_poukiemanAll the Cd's/7"/Lp's/etc... I Bought through my life
My First cd ever was: Manu Chao - Clandestino in 1998 when I was 7.
My Last cd at this very moment: Endzweck - We Are Not Pessimistic...
Artist - Album (media)
-10 CC - Silly Love (7")
-a-ha - Hunting High and Low (Remix) (7")
-a-ha - Take on me (7")
-a-ha - The Sun Always Shines on Tv (7")
-ABBA - Dancing Queen (7")
-AC/DC - Thunderstruck (7")
-Adam and the Ants - Ant Rap (7")
-Afric Simone - Hafanana (7")
-Alvin Stardust - You You You (7")
-Ampere - First Recordings (7")
-The Bank - Lay All Your Love Over Me Legal Bootleg (7")
-Bee Gees - Paying The Price of Love (7")
-Black Haven - The Cleansing Storm (7")
-Black Haven - Lazarus (7")
-Bohannon - Let's Start to Dance (7")
-Bonde do Role - Solta O Frango (7")
-Boys Town Gang - Ain't No Mountain High Enough (7")
-The Brave Do Not Fear The Grave - S/T Demo (CD)
23. Nov. 2007, 14:43 von motownnlGreat, back in time with music. Back to my youth, The days of disco, dance and simply soul.
The first years that I was allowed to go out on my own and dance the night away. I danced on
Gloria Gaynor "I Will Survie" and dreamed away with Tavares "Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel".
Love Unlimited stormed the hitparade in the Netherlands with "I'm So Glad That I'm A Woman" and went into a figth with Barry White about royalties.
The Dutch did it simple with the sound of Germans favorites like Boney M and Snoopy (Nl). European "soul and dance" did well. But the USA never was a step behind. Groups like L.T.D. and Chic went high in the hitparades of those years.
But my favorites were the Ritchie Family together with their friends the Village People. All because of the musicals on screen. It was the time of You can't stop the music, Grease and Saturday Night Fever. Wish I could go back in time.... Well, at least it's possible with music to do so!