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Theydeserveit >> Music>>70s Dance Music

70s Dance Music

70s was the era when the world was rocked by Disco. Naturally, most 70s dance music is synonymous to the disco. The popularity of disco overshadowed any other form existing in the charts of the era. In order to dance people need effective beat that has an inherent quality to make people dance. That is what Disco did and soon became the musical order
of the day. If the 60s were dominated by the rock then 70s were definitely the days of Disco.

Actually 1975 was the year when Disco came of age. Van McCoy's " The Hustle" and Donna Summer's " Love To Love You Baby" showed the way for mainstream pure disco. The form was at its best during the years from 76 to79. The genre definitely got the support of the mainstream cinema of the time. Classics like Thank God It Is Friday and Saturday Night Fever are among the most popular among those.

This form of this music was kick started by pop star Dalida with his "J'attendrai" (1975) in France , which was a huge hit not only in France, but also in Canada. In 1975, when disco was the envy of all other genres, many singers and bands came up with nice disco numbers. Barry White reined peoples' heart with "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" in 75. The Texas born singer has a typical American flamboyance singing style. Carole King's "Nightingale" was another addition to the list. "Bad Time" by Grand Funk during the same time deserves a mention. Among the huge hits by Chic in 1978, "Le Freak" is considered to be the best. It spent 6 long weeks at the no.1 of the US top10 and showed no sign of getting down. Carl Dougles came out with his extra ordinary 'Kung Fu Fighting' in 74. The Jamaican born singer knew the chemistry of making his creation the chart topper. Three years later he stormed the US chart with the number "Run Back" from the album "Top 30 Hit".

Despite disapproval from rock music enthusiasts, Disco predominantly ruled the 70s. The hard rock fans, specially in the late 70s were even heard occasionally saying "Disco Sucks". The historians claim July12, 1979 to be the date disco died. The American hard rock fans, who were predominantly white were accused of bias against the lower strata of the society and the gay who were mostly the audience of the genre. Among all this hatred some bands and singers were seen adopting a few speciality of the genre and inculcating those into Rock. "Rolling Stones" is among those. " Miss You" and "Emotional Rescue" are among the best of them. David Bowie's "Golden Years" is another example of the style.

The 70s have seen a futile effort of creating Pop and Soul music. But, nothing could overshadow the effect of Disco.

Dance music has its popularity through out the world, as every country has the distinct form of dance. From Disco to Hip- hop, every form has left its mark, but 70s were the era of disco. The mid-70s were the hay days of Disco. The world became mad about it, as the Indians call it Disco Diwane (mad for disco).

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