oh lord - where to start?I know where to end - 1975's "Jive Talkin'." That was their last good moment, otherwise I'm sticking with everything before then. No disco for me! lol - i don't want to be too precious about it and i'm not a disco fan, but they kinda transcend the genre, no? as mentioned above, their harmonies are incredible...sets them apart in fact...no?
oh lord - where to start?I know where to end - 1975's "Jive Talkin'." That was their last good moment, otherwise I'm sticking with everything before then. No disco for me!
oh lord - where to start?
skel said:Playing 'Too Much Heaven' on guitar, with heavilyoverdriven crunch distortion, stadium reverb and chorus maxed out is one of life's lesser known but greatest pleasures.
DB_Cooper said: And that context is heavy metal.
Not really. Those were still bad disco-pop records no matter who was doing them, and I'll listen to KC (for real, not joking!) if I want Caucasian disco. "To Love Somebody" is FAR superior to "Night Fever," IMO...
Anyone heard their unreleased post-psyche/pre-disco album A Kick In The Head Is Worth Eight In The Pants? Got some nice tunes in the Trafalgar/To Whom It May Concern steez.
Is anyone doing harmonies in mainstream anymore?
I ride My joints are:
-"How Deep is Your Love"
-"To Love Somebody"
Big Stacks from Kakalak
Dudes who dismiss the Bee Gees out of disco hatt can be converted. They just need to hear the songs in a different context. And that context is heavy metal.
Recommended chords for TMH, with all distortion set to 11:
Nobody gets too much
Heaven no more, it's much
Harder to come by, I'm
The bridge at 'fade away' is G11
Shit rings out.