A totally different era, when black males were allowed to be way more expressive and colorful, way before todays narrow minded street thug mentality set in.
This is definatly a classic Disco tune from way back in the day, maybe even some of you grooved to it while in high school or college, back when life was fresh, young, full of hope and possibilities.
Well here in the Twylight Zone possibilities never end, nor do dreams.
Not original song loaded, forget what original song was, so hate when greedy whatever's hide or delete or deny the sharing of song, life is so precious and short people, and when money becomes peoples god, people become small, not here in the Zone though.
This song is kind of sad, cause it just takes you back to so many who were in their prime in the Mid 70's who are now just gone, or very old, withered, shadows of former self, but yet at time this song came out were out 'booging' getting it on, living and having fun...now most of them are ghosts.
This song just kind of has a sad retro feel to it.
Not really sure if this song can be categorized as Disco or not, but it kind of has that same sway to it, and could see it being played in same venue.
This duo was marvelous and put out some wonderful sounding music.
This song just takes you back to a warm late spring, early summer Bay area experience.
Back when life, you, were young and beautiful...no worries, college, friends, #2 lead pencils.
Back when hair flowed and skin glowed.
This is one of the best pop songs ever, it's pop, yet full of soul.
Back yard Barbi Ques...the young and privileged. But didn't know it at the time, how lucky they had it. To be looked upon with such grace, accepted by all wherever you went, to only know love and acceptance.
'George Porgy' with 'Toto'...wow, talk about a classic disco sound.
You can just invision the dark floors, in Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, back in the mid 70's...with so many Vietnam vets still in their prime, everyone young and restless, looking for an escape.
Where are these people now?, and what have they evolved into?