7 thoughts on “ Bad Luck - Various - All The Disco Hits 80-81

  1. Bad Luck: A5 – Johnnie Taylor: Disco Lady: A6 – Wild Cherry: Play That Funky Music: A7 – LaBelle: Lady Marmalade: B1 – MFSB: T.S.O.P. B2 – The O'Jays: Love Train: B3 – Johnny Nash: I Can See Clearly Now: B4 – Dr. Hook: Cover Of The Rolling Stone 5/5(1).
  2. "Bad Luck" Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes. With a groove just complicated enough to be funky, yet simple enough for anyone to follow, The 10 Worst Disco Songs of All Time. The 10 Biggest Hits in Philly Soul. Flashback: The Best Rap Songs of The R&B Songs .
  3. Featuring the Instant Funk rhythm section, "Bad Luck" was a bold, brassy piece of energetic Philly soul that has some show-stopping accents and a huge disco hit. Lead singer Teddy Pendergrass, who became an ordained minister at age ten, puts his sermonizing skills to good use during the closing minutes of the track.
  4. Jul 12,  · Tom Moulton's mix of "Bad Luck" has a fat drum kick that makes his version sound more muscular than the regular. On the surface these songs may simply sound like extended versions of classic philly songs, but if you listen closely to them, they have an epic feel that's more climatic than the regular versions (in my opinion).4/5(6).
  5. Top Disco Songs Of All Time This list of The Top Disco Songs of All-Time had been previously listed as The Top Dance Songs of All-Time. The re-calculating of the original dance charts had to be revised to include downloads and online internet sales, which changed the charts to a great degree.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of All The Disco Hits ''81 on Discogs.
  7. Nov 05,  · ATLANTA DISCO BAND Bad Luck funkgetier. Loading Unsubscribe from funkgetier? The Greatest Disco Songs (Part 1 of 3) - Duration: Nathaniel Jordon 2,, views.

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