disco music

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Synonyms for disco music

popular dance music (especially in the late 1970s)

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And disco music truly never died it just went to the sidelines.
Thibazo recalls well how he got inspired into the disco music business.
When the disco music stops and the conference lights go out, Britain will still know there can be no end to austerity under a Conservative government.
The evening will have cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, disco music, silent auction, live auction, stories from assistance dog recipients, an after party to meet the celebrities and much more fun as the dogs take over the catwalk!
Intensely passionate about what they do, their values as a crew are the very same as the disco music they so proudly champion - peace, love and respect.
The one-day electronic music event on Saturday, June 2 will bring big names from across house, techno and disco music plus a host of local talent.
Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmena announced that he has started drafting an executive ordinance (EO) which prohibits loud noises such as karaoke and disco music on Good Friday in observance of Holy Week.
Lahiri, who is known for introducing synthesised disco music in Bollywood, said in a statement: "Old songs are forever and have been recreated in different languages.
The free roller rink is a "start of spring treat" for shoppers at the Uxbridge mall, with disco music playing through the day.
"In this moment, I'd like to listen to disco music before the game, pop music, but it's impossible for me to bring my favourite music in the changing room.
In addition to the Motown, northern soul, funk and disco music the organisers have joined forces with the Marsden Loose Women's fundraising group, donating all proceeds of food sales on the night towards the Marsden Meet & Eat Group, a weekly lunch group for people who live in the village.
The company has released a teaser video on YouTube, which shows a spinning LP disc with some groovy disco music in the background.
The three were well known for decades, but they had two distinct periods of exceptional success: as a popular music act in the late 1960s and early 1970s, and as writers and performers who defined the disco music era in the late 1970s.
Moreover, it was not made like other disco music. Despite widespread condemnations of disco as "plastic," to date, the genre had achieved its symphonic heft with actual instruments and quite often a live orchestra.
Daddy Cool was Boney M's first UK hit and become a staple in disco music. Did you know producer Frank Farian did the percussive intro playing on his teeth with a pencil?