Good Music / Guilty Pleasure Thread


#1380

Brilliant sound track. You should be dancing is still fresh. Disco stu approves.


#1381

As fresh today as it was 40+ years ago. Plot may be a bit corny but the soundtrack and dancing were and still are iconic. Bee Gees will never age and Travolta’s portrayal of the disco scene - sensational. A white guy dancing to soul music … huh.


#1382

Brilliant film. Brilliant soundtrack. Yvonne elliman. Would give a enuch a horn. If I die at 80 and I have memories of my parents, I’ll think of Saturday night fever. My mam and dad loved it and they played it on vinyl in the 70’s constantly.


#1383

The Seed is one of my favourite early 90s tracks. Or was it late 80s?


#1384

I’d guess late 80s but as my missus would tell you I’m crap on dates. Saw CBD at Midnight at Olympia around that time - great gig.


#1385

Featuring Davey Spillane on Uilean Pipes.


#1386

Its just a movie/soundtrack/movement that defined a generation. Followed immediately by punk!!! Each had their own importance.


#1387

#1388

Misheard song lyrics… “Bald-headed woman”.


#1389

They did. Pure freedom of expression in both if ya ask me. Disco dancing just looked the bomb. I was only a kid when both kicked off. My first real sense of music and what it meant was late 80’s.


#1390

Extraodinarily popular in Kildare for a while. Til they found out the song wasn’t called If I Can’t Have Ewe.
Btw, Carlito’s Way, great 70s soundtrack.


#1391

CBD on Midnight at The Olympia was '90 or '91… The one I was at, at least.


#1392

Jesus dub09 get the ■■■■ outta my Head. 96. I can’t get no sleep. First time I heard that song I was blown away.


#1393

Very possibly. By any chance did some guy up in the Gods puke on you?


#1394

Me too - the whole Trainspotting CD (posh!) was mind blowing. Born Slippy, Iggy, Lou … awesome.

Bet you love this too …


#1395

I was the puker, not the pukee.


#1396

70s had some amazing Prog Rock stuff. I was mad into ELP, especially after the Toronto/Montreal Olympics.


#1397

Get (Mont)Real, @25AliveOh.


#1398

That was a grizzly error, I can’t bear it when I mix up my metropolises.

Anyway:


#1399

Greg Lake was an interesting character alright. I Believe in Father Christmas does not tie in with yours above or King Crimson!