The Best Disco Hits of the 70s


The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

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The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

SEPTEMBER 2017

The Best Electronic Bands of the 70s

I’ve always loved 70s music. And the only thing that makes me sad is that the best music of this period is not very remembered. It’s either the space opera of Star Wars or the disco music.

And I love both of them! But I think the first one is more remembered than the second one, because we are used to see Star Wars everywhere… on TV, in video games, etc.

So, what about disco music? Is there something like a blog around 70s disco music? Yes there is! The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music. This blog is dedicated to all of you who loves this kind of music. You can find here all your favorite songs, albums and artists.

The Best Disco Hits of the 70s: A blog around 70s disco music.

The best disco hits of the 70s was a real revolution in music, dance and fashion at the time. Disco hit music was in many ways the birth of modern popular music as we know it. This was a new genre that came to life that changed according to one’s interpretation of it.

Disco has also been described as a mix between jazz and soul music. The main difference is that it is mostly electronic and tends to be heavily rhythmic with distinctive beats and grooves.

Disco songs were often characterized by having a steady four on the floor beat, catchy melodies, vocal harmonies, simple chord progressions, and a repetitive chorus or hook. In fact, many people still consider disco music to be some of the best electronic bands ever produced.

One can find all kinds of different styles within this genre including techno, Europop, funk, rock and roll, R&B, soul, reggae and even pop! There have also been several subgenres created around these styles like house music, trance and new wave.

Some people argue that disco is not even a genre at all since it came out in the late 1960s and early 1970s but

Saturday, February 2, 2008

The Best Disco Hits of the 70s

I’m not sure if I can say that I’m a real fan of disco music but I do like to listen to it every now and then. One thing I can say though is that I was lucky enough to be born in early 70’s to be able to enjoy this music when it was new and in style.

Of course, the best disco songs are from the late 70’s since by then the genre was well developed. Here are some of my favorite songs from that time:

Stayin’ Alive (a Bee Gees master piece)

Ring My Bell (as sung by Anita Ward)

Boogie Oogie Oogie (Taste of Honey)

YMCA (Village People)

I Will Survive (Gloria Gaynor)

Knock On Wood (Amii Stewart)

This is the third article of a series of articles where I will try to do my best in introducing some awesome Disco bands from a decade that had it all: the 70s!

I will include my view on the best songs of each band, add some extra information about their career, and try to tell everything you need to know about these artists, which in some cases have been forgotten.

The goal is to recall the music of all this great bands, so that you can enjoy them again (or for the first time) with a modern sound quality and also discover what their history was.


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