Music Disco is a style of dance music with roots in R & B, Jazz and Latin music. It took the world by storm around 1972 and reached its peak around 1979. Disco continued into the 1980s by evolving into Hi-NRG on one front and House music on the other. Explore all aspects of Disco. Global Groove Digital is a 70s-80s Disco dance music resource featuring a discography of vinyl disco records and CDs, Disco history, Top 700 Disco songs charts, artist / DJ interviews and a Disco message board to discuss Disco music, buying and selling records and asking for help in identifying unknown Disco songs. You can Download Disco MP3 Music or Buy Funk MP3 Tracks form this site. Disco music is a blend of soul music and funk, set to 4/4 time syncopated rhythm, making it easily danceable. In the mid-1970s, it became the music to listen to, and the most often played in discotheques, or discos. New forms of dance, many of them based on ballroom dancing styles were adapted for disco music, and for a while, most of the Western world was swept up in the style. Disco music had a lush orchestral sound, and bands often included several singers, the traditional bass, drums and guitar, and highly synthesized sounds. Full horn sections and string sections were not unusual in many bands, since synthesizers were still in their infancy and there was not much in the way of the sampling synthesizers that would eventually dominate the music of the 1980s. Vocals were an important aspect, with vocal tracks subject to heavy reverberation. A few artists can be said to have dominated the disco era. The Bee Gees was a very popular group, which featured the singing trio of Maurice, Robin and Barry Gibb. Not only did they record multiple platinum records, but they wrote numerous songs for other artists. Other disco artists, more known for their disco music than any other style include Donna Summers and Barry White, and bands like Earth, Wind and Fire and ABBA. Disco music is marked by many musicians from other genres jumping on the disco bandwagon to produce hits. As disco music grew in popularity, plenty of artists, either from the soul, pop or contemporary music tradition recorded disco music hits. Rod Stewarts Do Ya Think Im Sexy is a good example of a musician of the rock-n-roll genre who had a huge disco music hit. Other well-known artists to produce disco music include Carly Simon, Barry Manilow, Paul McCartney, Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand, Michael Jackson, and Eartha Kitt. All of songs are available at Global Groove Digital.. and that is good news for you than you are able to Download Disco MP3 Music or Buy Funk MP3 Tracks. Disco music remained popular up to the late 1970s, when people began to hold anti-disco rallies. The amount of airplay devoted to disco music, and the destructive nature of the disco lifestyle, especially on the east and west coast took its toll on many musicians. Hedonistic dance clubs like New Yorks Studio 54 were sharply criticized because of the easily accessible and explicit use of drugs and sexual activity. Eventually, disco music gave way to several different forms of music in the 1980s, including the new wave movement, and numerous lighter rock bands like Journey, XYZ and The Tubes. Disco left its indelible mark on the music to follow, especially in the power ballad vocals of rock bands and the highly synthesized music of the new wave movement. Yet there was a return to more elemental music with fewer musicians. Bands like The Police, U2, and artists like Bruce Springsteen and John Cougar Mel encamp would be.e popular for using traditional rock ensembles of bass, guitar and drums with only light dependence on synthesizers. A few of the great disco music hits include the following: The Bee Gees"Jive Talkin," You Should be Dancin, and Stayin Alive. Donna SummersBad Girls, Last Dance, and MacArthur Park. Amii StewartKnock on Wood Gloria GaynorI Will Survive Earth, Wind and FireSeptember KC and the Sunshine BandThats the Way (I Like It), and (Shake Shake Shake) Shake Your Booty Thelma Houston— Dont Leave Me This Way One of the greatest things about going to a really loud rave is the feeling of the bass traveling through your body. Standing in front of the speakers and feeling the air moving with the sound waves, rumbling through, from your toes to your nose. That experience is not going to happen from a pair of headphones. Maybe they have air blasting speaker simulation systems and an earthquake machine or something. Ah, as long as the music is good, the people will dance. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: