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Soundtrack Week..#5..'Saturday Night Fever'..On Double 33 1/3 RPM Vinyl

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    Posted 1 year ago

    Brunswick
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    Hello All And Today, for now, is the last installation of Soundtrack Week, and it might as well be, since its 1977 release, to this Date, The all time #1 selling Soundtrack Album....It really was a cultural revolution..
    The concept was the brainchild of Mr. Robert Stigwood, record producer, who saw into the future some and put the Music of Disco to a Worldwide level..
    Beginning in mostly 1975, every so often a Disco record would appear, like the ditty, 'Car Wash', by Rolls Royce and another song, the one to catch Stigwoods attention..'Jive Talkin', by The Bee Gees.
    He contacts the Brothers Gibb, with their falsetto vocals, and propelled them to even greater fame than ever before.
    Robert also recruited, from the TV series, 'Welcome Back Kotter', Actor, Mr. John Travolta and set him to dancing.
    Besides The Bee Gees, other performers on this were K.C. Finch and his Sunshine Band, with the song, 'Boogie Shoes',..The Tavares, doing, 'More Than A Woman'(Also on here by the Gibb Bros.)
    Walter Murphy's, 'A Fifth Of Beethoven'..Yvonne Elliman with, If I Can't Have You' and others.
    Notice at the top of front cover, This is the original release..there were two..the second release does not contain the song, 'Jive Talkin'...This one does.
    The film was released by Paramount Pictures.
    Culturally..Disco did not care about race, ethnicity, religion, etc...All were Dancing...and Together!!

    Thank You,
    Thomas.

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    1. Newfld Newfld, 1 year ago
      Great dancing music for its day, almost every song from this movie was a hit & played constantly on the radio, another great post T
    2. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Jenni, Yes, Those were the days! Then came 'Grease'!! Thank You for coming by with the Love!,
      Welzebub And Fortapache, Thanks you 2 for coming by with the Love!!!
      T.
    3. jscott0363 jscott0363, 1 year ago
      Great album T.!! I love the music from this soundtrack. But, not so much the movie.
    4. Manikin Manikin, 1 year ago
      Great Soundtrack Thomas and oh can John dance wow !
    5. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Mani, Very good to hear from you!! Hope all has been well! Thank You for your comment and Love here! Allways!,
      Jscott, Yes! And even the non-Disco lovers would catch themselves singing one of these songs! Lol! Thank You as Allways Scott!,
      TimeTraveller, Roy And Nutsabotas, Thanks you 3 here much for coming by with the Love!!! Allways!!
      T.
    6. TassieDevil TassieDevil, 1 year ago
      Love this Thomas, .......almost has me bopping around the room lol:-) )
    7. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 1 year ago
      The first time I heard it at the disco I was hooked on it by then. An amazing album for its time !~
    8. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 1 year ago
      Hey Thomas, I'm up at Lake Tahoe, California, and just on my lap top, so hard to see, and write, but here's "Jive Talkin" by The Bee Gees, and the Saturday Night Fever sound track:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCEgPK6wDD8&list=RDgCEgPK6wDD8&t=72

      Thanks, and enjoy! :^)
    9. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Tassiedevil, Well you just hop and Dance away!! Thank You for coming by with the Love!,
      PhilDMorris, It was addictive Music...by the way..I was reminded of your Andy Gibb Photo...Thank You for coming by with the Love!,
      Billretirecollector, I very much appreciate your link ups!! It does put the sound with the item! Thank You for coming by with the Love!,
      Aura, Officialfuel, Fortapache And Valentino, Thanks one and all here for coming by with the Love!!!
      T.
    10. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Leighannrn, Thank you for coming by with the Love! Allways!
      T.
    11. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Iggy, AnnaB And KKK, Thanks you 3 here much for coming by with the Love!!! Allways!
      T.
    12. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Again, Crswerner, Thanks for coming by with the Love!!!
      T.
    13. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Again, Radegunder And Sean, Thanks you 2 so much for coming by with the Love!!! Allways!
      T.
    14. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Laura(Betweenthelense), A Great Day to You! Thank You for coming by with the Love! Allways!
      T.
    15. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      KKK, Again, Thank You for coming by with the Love! Allways!
      T.
    16. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Dipetersen, Its Saturday, where I am anyway, Lets Boogie! Lol!!
      Thanks for bringing it out!

      T.
    17. keramikos keramikos, 10 months ago
      Actor Steve McQueen liked Saturday Night Fever:

      *snip*

      What type of music did he like?

      M.T. I recently asked that question to McQueen’s third wife Barbara Minty, and what she said blew me away. She said he wore out his copy of “Saturday Night Fever” by the Bee Gees! She said whenever she heard the strains of “Staying Alive,” she’d say, “Oh honey, this just isn’t cutting it.”

      For me, McQueen and disco seem like a deadly combination, but it is funny.

      *snip*

      http://stvmcqueen.tripod.com/interview1.html
    18. Brunswick Brunswick, 10 months ago
      Keramikos, That is funny, but, there were alot of 'closet' disco fans! Thank you here much!
      Roycroftbooksfromme, Thank you as Allways!!!

      Thomas.
    19. keramikos keramikos, 10 months ago
      Brunswick, The hell of it is, I tend to doubt that McQueen was in the closet about being a disco fan. It was just another facet of who he was. Now, maybe his wife wished he had been in the closet about it... };-)
    20. Brunswick Brunswick, 10 months ago
      Keramikos, LOL!!!

      Thomas.

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