I Will Survive — Gloria Gaynor 3. Brick House — Commodores 4. Super Freak — Rick James 8. Last Dance — Donna Summer 9. Disco Inferno — Trammps Dancing Queen — Abba Lady Marmalade — Labelle
70s Disco Hits - Part 1
We asked you to name your favorite disco song of all time, and unsurprisingly, Summer and the Bee Gees dominated your picks. Given the enduring popularity of their biggest hits and their close association with the genre, the results for this poll probably would have turned out about the same even if they hadn't just passed away. Click through to see your selections. Chic, one of disco's greatest bands, peaked with "Le Freak" in Like all of their best tunes, it's sleek, lush and funky, anchored by a rich, deep bass groove by Bernard Edwards. It broke big as a single in its own right, but became even bigger when it was included on the soundtrack of Looking for Mr. It was an inspired move, and managed to push a funky, fun tune way over the top into greatness. The Trammps released "Disco Inferno" to only modest success in , but it became a smash after appearing on the film's soundtrack a year later.
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Join us on the dancefloor for the 20 greatest disco tracks of all time. As a producer, Moroder had been mucking about with Moog synthesisers — at that time, a cutting edge new tool. For that, Moroder called on the services of drummer Keith Forsey. While recording in Berlin with David Bowie, Brian Eno happened upon the song, by German-speaker Summer, and ran into the studio waving a copy.
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