10 classic Sade tracks remixed in Deep House Style and mixed together. YOU MUST KNOW THE TRUTH: channel/UCB16cqfuuIeMbz97BBFFr1Q
Sade - Diamond Dreams - Deep House Dance Megamix Tracks
01 Smooth Operator (Leon DeeJay Aegean Sunset Mix)
02 Hang On To Your Love (Sade Bootleg)
03 Love is Found (Riley Warren's Rosie Mix)
04 I Never Thought I'd See The Day (Fapples 2013 Remix)
05 Stronger Than Pride (Eli's No Ideas Original Mix)
06 No Ordinary Love (MILLOK Private Remake 2013)
07 Somebody Already Broke My Heart (Olej Edit)
08 Nothing Can Come Between Us (Dj ''S'' Bootleg Extended RnB Re - Mix)
09 I couldn't Love You More (Ramboiage Edit)
10 Jezebel (Finnebassen og Hansebassen Edit)
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80s Deep House Mix - watch?v=m3b7t5RICxI
80s Edits Mix - watch?v=g6TTrLdau-M
80s House Mix - watch?v=tzTUZXfi0hY
80s Progressive House Mix - watch?v=S74K_wBYs4E
80s Synth Heaven Mix - watch?v=jqEyeDV4b-I
60s and 70's Soul - watch?v=41rl_qAG1Js
90s Deep House Mix - watch?v=zLHg9R_88Go
00's Mix - watch?v=x-BQ08MnClU
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Enigma - watch?v=DmM_aRPxxTc
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Human League - watch?v=Xh_ryQym7YE
Madonna - watch?v=vlRcshR3kXg
Madonna Symphony - watch?v=onUhK3iQy84
Michael Jackson - watch?v=I4S6cSoeq8E
Moby dance mix - watch?v=pW8d2Bomd5c
Moby techno mix - watch?v=bO35nG4nOXg
New Order - watch?v=spGl4g4BMIM
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Radiohead - watch?v=_cayoNTn63E
Robert Miles - watch?v=SxfXOE59L_M
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This is the absolute ULTIMATE experience of Queen's set at LIVE AID, this is the best video mixed to the absolutely superior stereo radio broadcast. This vastly superior audio mix takes a huge dump on all of the official mixes. Best viewed in 1080p. ENJOY! ***MAKE SURE TO READ THE DESCRIPTION***
00:36 - Bohemian Rhapsody
02:42 - Radio Ga Ga
06:53 - Ay Oh!
07:34 - Hammer To Fall
12:08 - Crazy Little Thing Called Love
16:03 - We Will Rock You
17:18 - We Are The Champions
21:12 - Is This The World We Created...?
Short song analysis:
- "Bohemian Rhapsody": Although it's a short medley version, it's one of the best performances of the ballad section, with Freddie nailing the Bb4s with the correct studio phrasing (for the first time ever!).
- "Radio Ga Ga": Although it's missing one chorus, this is one of - if not the best - the best versions ever, Freddie nails all the Bb4s and sounds very clean! Spike Edney's Roland Jupiter 8 also really shines through on this mix, compared to the DVD releases!
- "Audience Improv": A great improv, Freddie sounds strong and confident. You gotta love when he sustains that A4 for 4 seconds!
- "Hammer To Fall": Despite missing a verse and a chorus, it's a strong version (possibly the best ever). Freddie sings the song amazingly, and even ad-libs a C#5 and a C5! Also notice how heavy Brian's guitar sounds compared to the thin DVD mixes - it roars!
- "Crazy Little Thing Called Love": A great version, the crowd loves the song, the jam is great as well! Only downside to this is the slight feedback issues.
- "We Will Rock You": Although cut down to the 1st verse and chorus, Freddie sounds strong. He nails the A4, and the solo from Dr. May is brilliant!
- "We Are the Champions": Perhaps the high-light of the performance - Freddie is very daring on this version, he sustains the pre-chorus Bb4s, nails the 1st C5, belts great A4s, but most importantly: He nails the chorus Bb4s, in all 3 choruses! This is the only time he has ever done so! It has to be said though, the last one sounds a bit rough, but that's a side effect of belting high notes for the past 18 minutes, with nodules AND laryngitis!
- "Is This The World We Created... ?": Freddie and Brian perform a beautiful version of this, and it is one of the best versions ever. It's both sad and hilarious that a couple of BBC engineers are talking over the song, one of them being completely oblivious of the fact that he is interrupting the performance, on live television... Which was being televised to almost 2 billion homes.
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Based in Los Angeles, Studio 54 West is a modern day west coast version of the legendary Studio 54 in NYC. Staying loyal to the original 54 format, we spin all vinyl & strictly spin 1970's disco mix is one of my sets recorded at Studio 54 West in 2013.
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TRIBUTE REMEMBER STUDIO 54 NY VOL 2 Mixed By Tony Liberati (Only Vinyl) tonyvinylsound 1)Vaughan Mason And Crew – Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll 2)Skyy – Here's To You 3)Jimmy "Bo" Horne – Is It In 4)Kurtis Blow – The Breaks 5)Shalamar– Take That To The Bank 6)B.T. Express - Does It Feel Good 7)Bobby Thurston – You Got What It Takes 8)Dennis Coffey - Free Spirit 9)Gary Criss – Amazon Queen 10)Two Tons O' Fun - Earth Can Be Just Like Heaven 11)Ashford & Simpson – Found A Cure 12)Keni Burke - Let Somebody Love You (Instrumental) 13)G.Q.– Disco Nights (Rock-Freak) 14)Weeks And Co.– Rock Your World 15)Real Thing – She's A Groovy Freak 16)JR's Machine – Make Your Body Move 17)Bar Kays - More And More 18)People's Choice - Here We Go Again 19)The Gap Band - Are You Living
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If copyright holders prefer this removed, please consider contacting me directly via YT (instead of delivering a strike to the account) and I will be happy to oblige. Otherwise, let's all bring some joy into our lives and enjoy an album that is iconic and musically defines the era it came from. One of the biggest selling albums of all time (over 25million sold), it stayed on the US charts for over two years and held the top spot for almost half a year (24weeks!): 16 weeks at #1 in the UK.
AllMusic's excerpted review is reprinted below.
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Track Listing, track length, start times
1 --Bee Gees - Stayin' Alive () 0:12
2 --Bee Gees - How Deep Is Your Love () 5:00
3 --Bee Gees - Night Fever () 9:06
4 --Bee Gees - More Than A Woman () 12:39
5 --Yvonne Elliman - If I Can't Have You () 15:57
6 --Walter Murphy - A Fifth Of Beethoven () 18:57
7 --Tavares - More Than A Woman () 22:01
8 --David Shire - Manhattan Skyline () 25:20
9 --Ralph McDonald - Calypso Breakdown () 30:04
10 --David Shire - Night On Disco Mountain () 38:00
11 --Kool & The Gang - Open Sesame () 43:30
12 --Bee Gees - Jive Talkin' () 47:18
13 --Bee Gees - You Should Be Dancing () 50:58
14 --K.C. And The Sunshine Band - Boogie Shoes () 55:15
15 --David Shire - Salsation () 57:35
16 --M.F.S.B. - K-Jee () 1:01:24
17 --Trammps - The Disco Inferno () 1:05:40
Review by Bruce Eder
Every so often, a piece of music comes along that defines a moment in popular culture history... Saturday Night Fever, although hardly as prodigious an artistic achievement as those precursors, was precisely that kind of musical phenomenon for the second half of the '70s -- ironically, at the time before its release, the disco boom had seemingly run its course, primarily in Europe, and was confined mostly to black culture and the gay underground in America. Saturday Night Fever, as a movie and an album, and a brace of hit singles off of it, suddenly made disco explode into mainstream, working- and middle-class America with new immediacy and urgency, increasing its audience by five- or ten-fold overnight. The Bee Gees had written "Stayin' Alive" (then called "Saturday Night"), "Night Fever," "How Deep Is Your Love," "If I Can't Have You," and "More Than a Woman" for what would have been the follow-up album to Children of the World, and they might well have enjoyed platinum-record status with that proposed album.
Instead, Robert Stigwood asked them in early 1977 to contribute songs to the soundtrack of a movie that he was financing, a low-budget picture called "Tribal Rites on a Saturday Night." More out of loyalty to him than any belief in the viability of the film, they obliged; the group's involvement even survived the decision by the original director, John Avildsen, that he didn't want their music in the film -- instead, Stigwood fired him and brought in the very talented but much more agreeable John Badham, the movie's title was changed to Saturday Night Fever, The Bee Gees' music stayed, and the result was the biggest-selling soundtrack album in history, a 25 million copy monster whose sales, even as a more expensive double-LP, dwarfed the multi-million units sold of Children of the World and Main Course.
Strangely enough, for all of the fixation of the movie and its audience on dancing, the Bee Gees' new songs were weighted equally toward ethereal ballads, which may be one reason for the soundtrack album's appeal -- it delivers what its audience expects, plus a "bonus" in the form of the soaring, lyrical romantic numbers that were, as with most ventures by the Gibb Brothers in this area, virtually irresistible. ...
Even the presence of David Shire's "Night on Disco Mountain" and "Salsation" and Walter Murphy's "A Fifth of Beethoven" don't hurt, because these set a mood and a surrounding ambience for The Bee Gees' material that makes it work even better. Heard on CD as 79 minutes of music, Saturday Night Fever comes off like an idealized commercial-free radio set of late-'70s dance music (and, in that regard, the decision to leave Rick Dees' "Disco Duck" off the soundtrack album was a good one for all concerned, except Dees).
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LISTA DE CANCIONES TOCADAS
0:00 Last Train To London - electric light orchestra
2:25 Burn Rubber On Me - The gap band
4:40 Get Down On It - Kool and the Gang
7:15 that's the way i like it - kc & the sunshine band
8:58 The breaks - Kurtis Blow
11:28 Give It To Me Baby - Rick James
13:28 you can do it - al hudson & the partners
16:10 Funky Town - Lipps Inc
18:20 Hot stuff - Donna Summer
20:30 Wordy Rappinghood - Tom Tom Club
22:15 Situation - Yazoo
24:00 Don't Go - Yazoo
25:30 Bad girls - Donna Summer
27:30 rasputin - bony m
31:26 Footloose - Kenny Loggins
33:24 Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Queen
34:39 shake, shake, shake - kc and the sunshine band
36:04 on the road again - barrabas
38:32 Ma Quale Idea - Pino d'Angio
40:00 rappers delight - Run DMC
42:06 The breaks - Kurtis Blow
44:06 every body salsa - modern romance
46:03 ring my bell - anita ward
48:15 Ai No Corrida - quincy jones
50:24 babooshka - kate bush
53:00 C'est la ouate - Caroline Loeb
54:57 mandolay - la flavour