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January 6, 2014 at 12:18 pm
Gees, Jive, Talkin'
@stardustdays Haha I wasn’t born then, I was born in 95 but Bee Gees was my
favorite band when I was 10 😀
” Jive Talkin´ ” and ” Son of a Preacher Man ” /Dusty Springfield is Good
Black Music from White People. Soulig. Mmmmmmyyeeeaaarrr.
I wanna go back to 1975 Thank you so much my friend :))
And what a come-back it was…disco gave them a whole new lease of life,
Its good we have the music to take us back to those times, They were all
golden time…which i still miss, Thanks Peter
….und wirklich gute, verdammt nochmal….
Nice one, thanks.. again 😉
Another single I had to return to the shop for jumping, eventually got a
copy that played properly, I remember playing the b-side just as much,
another for my list, cheers Tone
Teen days, no stress, no worries. The whole world ahead of you, waiting for
you to discover… Happy memories. XXX
Bee Gees-Jive Talkin’
1975 … das erste große Comeback der Bee Gees das mit dem Album “Main
Course” begann. Die Disco – Welle brachte den Brüdern viele Erfolge und der
größte war der Soundtrack zu “Saturday Night Fever”. 1975 war ich 16 und
habe kaum eine Disco ausgelassen, was würde ich dafür geben diese Zeit noch
einmal erleben zu geben, aber dank deiner Videos und deiner tollen Songs
brauche ich nur die Augen zu schließen und mich in diese schöne Zeit
zurückzuträumen. Du bist einfach unglaublich, danke! Peter
Tony, what ever any of us were wearing…. We looked good lol x
I saw that interview too, Maurice commenting how the producer Arif Mardin
wanted him to play the Bass and Maurice said that he was so happy. Arif is
the one who show Maurice how he wanted him to play the Bass line. For “Jive
Talking” Mo was the Bass Player.
They did such classy songs, I like them all, Nice one & thanks Maria :))
Maurice is shown playing a bass, but that bass line was performed by a
Mini-Moog synthesizer – the same instrument used on “Flashlight” –
Parliament, “Boogie On (Reggae Woman)” Stevie Wonder, “You Dropped a Bomb
You are very welcome!!. Me too!. I would be 8 years old on 1975. :))
A Super! Classic! for Ever!!. Great! Job! my Friend!!.
Always :)) Nice one Jayne x
wow, that’s heavy info… I saw Maurice in an interview commenting how the
record producer only needed two takes for this song to be recorded in the
studio, adding that he loved how Moe played the bass, so now i’n kind of
1975 was a vintage year, Cheers A Jay
Danke für dieses qualitativ tolle Video von Jive Talking!!!
Brings back some good memories from the summer of 75 Cheers my friend
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