poniedziałek, 2 stycznia 2017

Nobody Can It Better By Phil Edwards

So, it's late autumn 1977, it's a Saturday night, and also to a 7-year-old, the chance of staying up late is always welcome. If I had, then it must happen to be incidental viewing, and I certainly didn't recall it. So the cinema it was. Have you seen the new electrohouse nudisco music video from Grum? It's called "I Can't Shake This Feeling" and also the arrival of Grum is already causing hyperbolic excitement amidst your house / electro / disco community in anticipation of his forthcoming full length release "Heartbeats" which you could possibly get more information on at his official website www.

The movie continued into what I became acquainted with as trademark climatic conclusion involving Bond storming the billionaire nutcase's lair, rescuing the girl, defeating the steel-toothed giant, liberating stolen nuclear submarines and averting global disaster. The entire audience was enthralled. One of the funniest stuff I've seen this week.

It was then being huge hits such as Benny Bennassi's "Satisfaction" Fedde Le Grande's "Put The Hands Up For Detroit" Eric Prydez's reworking of 8o's classic "Call On Me" as well as Mylo's " The Pressure" that cemented the return of house music to mainstream audiences under a brand new guise: That of electrohouse. We struggled to locate seats within the dark, but eventually ensconced ourselves several rows from your front of the balcony. totallybond.



And then it began. I sat there promising myself that as soon as I was 17 I was going to pass my driving-test and get yourself a car that went underwater, and no-one was going to tell me otherwise. Bond was cool, he had every one of the lines, all of the chat, you wouldn't mess with him, but you'd trust him to walk home from soccer practice with you if the school wanna-be hard-nut had threatened to "bang you in"! Bond was handed a white Lotus Esprit which instantly became my dream-car, no less than for some time replacing the Ford Capri or the Triumph TR7 in my listing of top motors. It seems in injecting these past influence .

Funky and and disco influenced soulful deep house stumbled on prominence within the mid to late 90's with all the arrival of the french house sound championed by acts such as Daft Punk, and saw hits such as "Music Sounds Better With You" by Stardust top the charts internationally, to become then more funky house classics such as "Lady" and "Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)" by Spiller which blew the sound up worldwide. It's a doozy. Bond and I would next meet, but what I did know was...nobody does it better! .

Funky and and disco influenced soulful deep house stumbled on prominence within the mid to late 90's using the arrival of in france they house sound championed by acts such as Daft Punk, and saw hits such as "Music Sounds Better With You" by Stardust top the charts internationally, to be then more funky house classics such as "Lady" and "Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)" by Spiller which blew the sound up worldwide. The second best moment inside the film, following your parachute-jump of course, was the Lotus being chased from the helicopter. com/watch?v=2t0Ef1Fs2Hw.

Phil http://www. There may be thematic comparisons using the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely say that within the genre there is certainly an existing tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. There continues to be thematic comparisons with all the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely claim that within the genre there's an established tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. There has been thematic comparisons using the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely claim that within the genre there is certainly a recognised tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. totallybond.

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