We’re still in the “we’re not putting out a lot of music at this time” phase of the year. It’s like the moon, it waxes and wanes. We’re in the waxing stages but it will take a week or so before things kick in. I’d say because of gift cards and such it will pick up pretty good in the coming weeks. But, today is the 46th anniversary of the Trammps’ biggest selling album, the one with the biggest selling single, Disco Inferno. I am always fascinated by Leo Moracchioli and his covers. It’s heavy and tuned-down (a lot) but he’s always so melodic. I’d recommend looking into his other stuff on this YouTube channel. Enjoy!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“To my surprise – listen – one hundred stories high. People getting loose y’all, getting down on the roof, do you hear? The funk was flaming, out of control. It was so entertaining, when the boogie started to explode. I heard somebody say: ‘Burn baby burn, disco inferno.'” – “Disco Inferno” (Green/Kersey)