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LEGENDS DISCO Karaoke CDs

LEGENDS DISCO Karaoke CDs
Disco is a genre of dance music. Its popularity peaked during the middle to late 1970s. It had its roots in clubs that catered to African American, gay, psychedelic and other communities in New York City and Philadelphia during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Disco was a reaction by New York City's gays as well as black, and Hispanic or Latino and heterosexuals against both the domination of rock music and the demonisation of dance music by the counterculture during this period. Women embraced disco as well, and the music eventually expanded to several other popular groups of the time in what is considered a forerunner to disco style clubs, in February 1970, the New York City DJ, David Mancusoopened The Loft, a members-only private dance club set in his own home. All music claims some have argued that Isaac Hayes and Barry White were playing what would be called disco music as early as 1971. According to the music guide there is disagreement as to what the first disco song was. Claims have been made for Manu Dibango's "Soul Makossa" (1972), Jerry Butler's "One Night Affair" (1972), the Hues Corporation's "Rock the Boat" (1974) and George McCrae's "Rock Your Baby" from 1974 The first article about disco was written in September 1973 by Vince Aletti for Rolling Stone MagazineIn 1974 New York City's WPIX-FM premiered the first disco radio show Musical influences include funk, Latin and soul music. The disco sound has soaring, often reverberated vocals over a steady "four-on-the-floor" beat, an eighth note (quaver) or sixteenth note (semi-quaver) hi-hat pattern with an open hi-hat on the off-beat, and a prominent, syncopated electric bass line sometimes consisting of octaves. The Fender Jazz Bass is often associated with disco bass lines, because the instrument itself has a very prominent 'voice' in the musical mix. In most disco tracks, strings, horns, electric pianos, and electric guitars create a lush background sound. Orchestral instruments such as the flute are often used for solo melodies, and unlike in rock, lead guitar is rarely used. Well-known late 1970s disco performers included Donna Summer, The Bee Gees, KC and the Sunshine Band, Chic, and The Jacksons. Summer would become the first well-known and most popular disco artist, giving her the title 'The Queen of Disco', and also played a part in pioneering the electronic sound that later became a part of disco (see below). While performers and singers garnered the lion's share of public attention, the behind-the-scenes producers played an equal, if not more important role in disco, since they often usually wrote the songs and created the innovative sounds and production techniques that were part of the "disco sound". Many non-disco artists recorded disco songs at the height of disco's popularity, and films such as Saturday Night Fever and Thank God It's Friday contributed to disco's rise in mainstream popularity. According to music writer Piero Scaruffi the disco phenomenon spread quickly because the "collective ecstasy" of disco was cathartic and regenerative and led to freedom of expression. Disco was the last mass popular music movement that was driven by the baby boom generation. An angry backlash against disco music and culture emerged in the United States, hitting its peak with the July 1979 Disco Demolition Night riot. While the popularity of disco in the United States declined markedly as a result of the backlash, the genre continued to be popular elsewhere during the 1980s. Because the term "disco" became unfashionable at the start of the 1980s it was replaced by "dance music" and "dance pop" which described music powered by the basic disco beat. In the decades since, dance clubs have remained highly popular, and the disco beat has informed the sound of many of music's biggest stars. Disco has been influential on several dance music genres that have emerged since, such as House, Nu-Disco, Hi-NRG, Italo Disco, Eurodisco, Disco-Funk and Latin Freestyle.
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Boogie Karaoke Songs Mixed 1970s 1980s Boogie Dance Music

    Legends Karaoke Disc Baseline Boogie Nights LBL25

  1. We Are Family - - Sister Sledge
  2. Boogie Oogie Oogie - - A Taste Of Honey
  3. Bad Girls - - Donna Summer
  4. Good Times - - Chic
  5. You See The Trouble With Me - - Barry White
  6. More Than A Woman - - Tavares
  7. Born To Be Alive - - Patrik Hernandez
  8. Ladies Night - - Kool And The Gang
  9. September - - Earth, Wind And Fire
  10. Treat Her Like A Lady - - The Temptations
  11. SuperFreak - - Rick James
  12. You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) - - Sylvester
  13. Get Down Saturday Night - - Oliver Cheatam
  14. Got To Give It Up - - Marvin Gaye
  15. That's The Way (I Like It) - - K.C. And The Sunshine Band
  16. Landslide - - Stevie Nicks
$19.99
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Disco Karaoke Dance Music 1970s Pop Karaoke Songs Karaoke Disc LEGD056
Karaoke Songs for Women and Male karaoke songs

Legends Disco Series Volume 1


  • MacArthur Park - - Donna Summer
  • Boogie Oogie Oogie - - A Taste Of Honey
  • That's The Way I Like It - - K.C. And The Sunshine Band
  • Pink Cadillac - - Natalie Cole
  • Disco Inferno - - The Trammps,
  • If I Can't Have You - - Yvonne Elliman
  • Love Train - - The O'Jays
  • Y.M.C.A. - - The Village People
  • I Love The Nightlife - - Alica Bridges
  • I'm Your Boogie Man - - K.C. And The Sunshine Band
  • Ring My Bell - - Anita Ward
  • Back Stabbers - - The O'Jays
  • Celebration - - Kool And The Gang
  • Macho Man - - The Village People
  • I Will Survive - - Gloria Gaynor
  • We Are Family - - Sister Sledge
  • Stayin' Alive - - The Bee Gees
  • $19.99
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    Disco Karaoke Dance Music for Men Karaoke Disc LEGD093
    Legends Disco Series Vol. 3 - 1970s Male Pop karaoke Songs

      Tracks 1 to 8 in the style of Kool and the Gang.

    1. Celebration
    2. Jungle Boogie
    3. Hollywood Swinging
    4. Cherish
    5. Too Hot
    6. Fresh
    7. Ladies Night
    8. Get Down On It


    9. Tracks 9 to 16 Karaoke Songs in the Style of Earth Wind and Fire

    10. Reasons
    11. September
    12. Boogie Wonderland
    13. Fantasy
    14. Shining Star
    15. Sing A Song
    16. Let's Groove
    17. That's The Way Of The World
    $19.99
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    Disco Karaoke Dance Music 1970s Pop Songs Karaoke Disc LEGD150
    Pop karaoke Songs for men and Karaoke Songs for Women

    Legends Disco Series Volume 4


  • Shake Your Booty (Shake, Shake, Shake) - - K.C. And The Sunshine Band
  • Got To Be Real - - Cheryl Lynn
  • Shame - - Evelyn "Champagne" King
  • On The Radio - - Donna Summer
  • Boogie Nights - - Heatwave
  • Main Event, The - - Barbra Streisand,
  • Boogie Shoes - - K.C. And The Sunshine Band
  • Contact - - Edwin Starr
  • Greatest American Hero, The - - TV Tunes
  • Making It - - TV Tunes/David Naughton
  • Take Me Home - - Cher
  • Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now - - McFadden And Whitehead
  • Le Freak - - Chic
  • Heaven's What I Feel - - Gloria Estefan
  • Dancing Queen - - Abba
  • More Than A Woman - - Tavares
  • Knock On Wood - - Amii Stewart
  • $19.99
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    Disco Karaoke Dance Music 1970s Karaoke Songs Karaoke Disc LEGD0153
    Karaoke Songs for Women and Male karaoke songs

    Legends Disco Series Volume 5


  • Don't Leave Me This Way - - Thelma Houston
  • Take Your Time (Do It Right) - - The S.O.S. Band
  • Good Times - - Chic
  • Heaven Must Have Sent You - - Bonnie Pointer
  • Swearin' To God - - The Four Seasons
  • Looking For My Man - - Eartha Kitt
  • Born To Be Alive - - Patrick Hernandez
  • Dance Dance Dance - - Chic
  • He's The Greatest Dancer - - Sister Sledge
  • Get Off - - Foxy
  • Never Can Say Goodbye - - Melba Moore
  • Best Of My Love - - The Emotions,
  • Fly Robin Fly - - Silver Connection
  • Rock The Boat - - The Hues Corporation
  • Come To Me - - France Joli
  • MacArthur Park - - Donna Summer
  • $19.99
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    Disco Karaoke Dance Music 1970s Pop Karaoke Songs Karaoke Disc LEGD056
    Karaoke Songs for Women and Male karaoke songs

    Legends Disco Series Volume 1


  • MacArthur Park - - Donna Summer
  • Boogie Oogie Oogie - - A Taste Of Honey
  • That's The Way I Like It - - K.C. And The Sunshine Band
  • Pink Cadillac - - Natalie Cole
  • Disco Inferno - - The Trammps,
  • If I Can't Have You - - Yvonne Elliman
  • Love Train - - The O'Jays
  • Y.M.C.A. - - The Village People
  • I Love The Nightlife - - Alica Bridges
  • I'm Your Boogie Man - - K.C. And The Sunshine Band
  • Ring My Bell - - Anita Ward
  • Back Stabbers - - The O'Jays
  • Celebration - - Kool And The Gang
  • Macho Man - - The Village People
  • I Will Survive - - Gloria Gaynor
  • We Are Family - - Sister Sledge
  • Stayin' Alive - - The Bee Gees
  • $19.99
    You Save: $2.96 (13%)
    Disco Karaoke Dance Music for Men Karaoke Disc LEGD093
    Legends Disco Series Vol. 3 - 1970s Male Pop karaoke Songs

      Tracks 1 to 8 in the style of Kool and the Gang.

    1. Celebration
    2. Jungle Boogie
    3. Hollywood Swinging
    4. Cherish
    5. Too Hot
    6. Fresh
    7. Ladies Night
    8. Get Down On It


    9. Tracks 9 to 16 Karaoke Songs in the Style of Earth Wind and Fire

    10. Reasons
    11. September
    12. Boogie Wonderland
    13. Fantasy
    14. Shining Star
    15. Sing A Song
    16. Let's Groove
    17. That's The Way Of The World
    $19.99
    You Save: $2.96 (13%)
    Disco Karaoke Dance Music 1970s Pop Songs Karaoke Disc LEGD150
    Pop karaoke Songs for men and Karaoke Songs for Women

    Legends Disco Series Volume 4


  • Shake Your Booty (Shake, Shake, Shake) - - K.C. And The Sunshine Band
  • Got To Be Real - - Cheryl Lynn
  • Shame - - Evelyn "Champagne" King
  • On The Radio - - Donna Summer
  • Boogie Nights - - Heatwave
  • Main Event, The - - Barbra Streisand,
  • Boogie Shoes - - K.C. And The Sunshine Band
  • Contact - - Edwin Starr
  • Greatest American Hero, The - - TV Tunes
  • Making It - - TV Tunes/David Naughton
  • Take Me Home - - Cher
  • Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now - - McFadden And Whitehead
  • Le Freak - - Chic
  • Heaven's What I Feel - - Gloria Estefan
  • Dancing Queen - - Abba
  • More Than A Woman - - Tavares
  • Knock On Wood - - Amii Stewart
  • $19.99
    You Save: $2.96 (13%)
    All Star Karaoke - Canadas Karaoke Warehouse - 4629 Roblin Boulevard, Winnipeg, MB R3R 0G2, CA
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