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Thread started 05/18/12 8:54pm

HuMpThAnG

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Gloria Gaynor ~ Anybody Wanna Party?

dancing jig!!!

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Reply #1 posted 05/19/12 12:35pm

SoulAlive

This is a straight up JAM!! headbang A truly funky disco groove.It's much better than the overplayed "I Will Survive".

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Reply #2 posted 05/19/12 8:42pm

HuMpThAnG

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SoulAlive said:

This is a straight up JAM!! headbang A truly funky disco groove.It's much better than the overplayed "I Will Survive".

yup nod

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Reply #3 posted 05/19/12 9:42pm

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I agree with yall boys to the square root.

Why the hell old school formats don't rock this.

I had actually forgotten about this song until i

came on the org.

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Reply #4 posted 05/21/12 5:24am

SoulAlive

phunkdaddy said:

I agree with yall boys to the square root.

Why the hell old school formats don't rock this.

I had actually forgotten about this song until i

came on the org.

nod Our local 'classic R&B' station plays "I Will Survive" all the time,which pisses me off mad They need to start playin' the REAL jam from that album!

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Reply #5 posted 05/21/12 5:50am

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music dancing jig

I love this song, love it!!

I never get tired of hearing "I Will Survive", NEVER. lol

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Reply #6 posted 05/21/12 8:59am

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One of the baddest and funkiest jams to come out of the disco era.

Andy is a four letter word.
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Reply #7 posted 05/21/12 9:02am

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TD3 said:

music dancing jig

I love this song, love it!!

I never get tired of hearing "I Will Survive", NEVER. lol

Here's the spanish version:

prince.org/msg/8/381008

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. If you don’t know your business…you’re in trouble! ~ Johnnie Taylor / Basically, music is nothing but prostitution anyway and managers are the pimps ~ Millie Jackson
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Reply #8 posted 05/21/12 9:18am

TD3

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MickyDolenz said:

TD3 said:

music dancing jig

I love this song, love it!!

I never get tired of hearing "I Will Survive", NEVER. lol

Here's the spanish version:

prince.org/msg/8/381008

That's what I'm talkin' about! music

"Oh now go ... walk out the door....."

"Oh ahora ir... salir por la puerta...."

lol

p.s. Forgot to give Spanish translation. giggle

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Reply #9 posted 05/21/12 5:10pm

SoulAlive

vainandy said:

One of the baddest and funkiest jams to come out of the disco era.

nod this is one of those "it's-friday-afternoon-just-got-paid-gotta-get-ready-to-go-party" songs lol People in the disco era didn't play games.....they really PARTIED! This song reflects that...it captures that late-70s party attitude.

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Reply #10 posted 05/21/12 9:36pm

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Once again it fascinates me why some artist survive and still can maintain a career on a hit. lol Gaynor's first album Never Can Say Good-bye was superb and really ushered in the Disco ear. Gaynor had some albums that were so/so and sold accordingly until her 1978, Love Tracks album; which featured "I Will Survive" and "Anybody Wanna Party". I think the album before the "Love Tracks" album didn't even chart. Just think "I'll Will Survive" was a B-side song dj's decided to play... the rest is history. Garnor is good singer.

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Reply #11 posted 05/22/12 1:53am

SoulAlive

TD3 said:

Once again it fascinates me why some artist survive and still can maintain a career on a hit. lol Gaynor's first album Never Can Say Good-bye was superb and really ushered in the Disco ear. Gaynor had some albums that were so/so and sold accordingly until her 1978, Love Tracks album; which featured "I Will Survive" and "Anybody Wanna Party". I think the album before the "Love Tracks" album didn't even chart. Just think "I'll Will Survive" was a B-side song dj's decided to play... the rest is history. Garnor is good singer.

Yep,"I Will Survive" was on the B-side of her single "Substitute".That song didn't catch on,but DJs flipped the record over and,as you said,the rest is history.I think it's amazing when that happens.

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Reply #12 posted 05/22/12 6:17pm

SoulAlive

'Love Tracks' is finally being remastered this year.Can't remember what label,but it's either Big Break Records or Funkytown Grooves.I can't believe that it's been out of print for so many years.It's one of the biggest albums of the disco era!

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Reply #13 posted 05/23/12 3:01am

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SoulAlive said:

'Love Tracks' is finally being remastered this year.Can't remember what label,but it's either Big Break Records or Funkytown Grooves.I can't believe that it's been out of print for so many years.It's one of the biggest albums of the disco era!

excited

Polydor label. While they are at it. they can release her 1975 albums, Never Can Say Good-bye and Experience.

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Reply #14 posted 05/23/12 3:24am

SoulAlive

TD3 said:

SoulAlive said:

'Love Tracks' is finally being remastered this year.Can't remember what label,but it's either Big Break Records or Funkytown Grooves.I can't believe that it's been out of print for so many years.It's one of the biggest albums of the disco era!

excited

Polydor label. While they are at it. they can release her 1975 albums, Never Can Say Good-bye and Experience.

They already remastered those albums lol

Never Can Say Goodbye- Expanded Edition - Gloria Gaynor

Never Can Say Goodbye- Expanded Edition

Released on 15/02/10. The original Queen of Disco's first album makes it's international CD debut this February as the first release on new label Big Break Records. Never Can Say Goodbye features the genre-defining hits singles Honey Bee , Never Can Say Goodbye and Reach Out I'll Be There as well as additional UK hit All I Need Is Your Sweet Loving . The album made the top 40 in the USA, UK and Sweden upon it's original release. It was also the first to be remixed and segued by the legendary Tom Moulton, inventing the 12" remix along the way.

TRACK LISTINGHoney Bee / Never Can Say Goodbye / Reach Out, I'll Be There / All I Need Is Your Sweet Lovin' / Searchin' / We Belong Together / False Alarm / Real Good People /

BONUS TRACKS- Honeybee (Columbia Single Version) / All It Took Boy Was Losing You (B-Side) / Come Tonight (B-Side) / Never Can Say Goodbye (Single Version) / We Can Just Make It (B-Side) / Reach Out, I‘ll Be There (Single Version) / Honey Bee (MGM Single Version)

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Reply #15 posted 05/23/12 3:24am

SoulAlive

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Reply #16 posted 05/23/12 5:00am

TD3

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SoulAlive said:

TD3 said:

excited

Polydor label. While they are at it. they can release her 1975 albums, Never Can Say Good-bye and Experience.

They already remastered those albums lol

Never Can Say Goodbye- Expanded Edition - Gloria Gaynor

Never Can Say Goodbye- Expanded Edition

Released on 15/02/10. The original Queen of Disco's first album makes it's international CD debut this February as the first release on new label Big Break Records. Never Can Say Goodbye features the genre-defining hits singles Honey Bee , Never Can Say Goodbye and Reach Out I'll Be There as well as additional UK hit All I Need Is Your Sweet Loving . The album made the top 40 in the USA, UK and Sweden upon it's original release. It was also the first to be remixed and segued by the legendary Tom Moulton, inventing the 12" remix along the way.

TRACK LISTINGHoney Bee / Never Can Say Goodbye / Reach Out, I'll Be There / All I Need Is Your Sweet Lovin' / Searchin' / We Belong Together / False Alarm / Real Good People /

BONUS TRACKS- Honeybee (Columbia Single Version) / All It Took Boy Was Losing You (B-Side) / Come Tonight (B-Side) / Never Can Say Goodbye (Single Version) / We Can Just Make It (B-Side) / Reach Out, I‘ll Be There (Single Version) / Honey Bee (MGM Single Version)

Uh what you laughfin' fo'? confuse confuse You're slipping, you know you are suppose to keep me informed about this stuff. lol Is it too much to ask? Link please cuz I'm buying it right now!

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