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Donna Dee - My Sunshine Are You (Club Mix)



During the first years of the 1980s, the traditional disco sound characterized by complex arrangements performed by large ensembles of studio session musicians (including a horn section and an orchestral string section) began to be phased out, and faster tempos and synthesized effects, accompanied by guitar and simplified backgrounds, moved dance music toward electronic and pop genres, starting with hi-NRG. Despite its decline in popularity, so-called club music and European-style disco much remained "relatively" successful in the early 1980s with songs like, Aneka's "Japanese Boy", The Gap Band's "You Dropped a Bomb on Me", The Weather Girls's "It's Raining Men", Donna Summer's "She Works Hard for the Money", Irene Cara's "Flashdance... What a Feeling" (theme to the film Flashdance), Madonna's "Lucky Star", Laura Branigan's "Self Control", The Pointer Sisters's album, "Break Out", Exposé's "Point of No Return", Val Young's "If You Should Ever Be Lonely", and The Whispers's "Rock Steady". However, a revival of the traditional-style disco called nu-disco has been popular since the 1990s.




Donna Dee - My Sunshine Are You (Club Mix)



In the early 2000s, an updated genre of disco called "nu-disco" began breaking into the mainstream. A few examples like Daft Punk's "One More Time" and Kylie Minogue's "Love at First Sight" and "Can't Get You Out of My Head" became club favorites and commercial successes. Several nu-disco songs were crossovers with funky house, such as Spiller's "Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)" and Modjo's "Lady (Hear Me Tonight)", both songs sampling older disco songs and both reaching number one on the UK Singles Chart in 2000. Robbie Williams's disco single "Rock DJ" was the UK's fourth best-selling single the same year. Jamiroquais song "Little L" and "Murder on the Dancefloor" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor were hits on 2001 too. Rock band Manic Street Preachers released a disco song, "Miss Europa Disco Dancer", in 2001. The song's disco influence, which appears on Know Your Enemy, was described as being "much-discussed".[122] In 2005, Madonna immersed herself in the disco music of the 1970s, and released her album Confessions on a Dance Floor to rave reviews. In addition, her song "Hung Up" became a major club staple, and sampled ABBA's 1979 song "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)". In addition to her disco-influenced attire to award shows and interviews, her Confessions Tour also incorporated various elements of the 1970s, such as disco balls, a mirrored stage design, and the roller derby. In 2006, Jessica Simpson released her album A Public Affair inspired on disco and 1980s Music. The first single of the album A Public Affair was reviewed as a disco-dancing competition influenced by Madonna's early works. The video of the song was filmed on a skating rink and features a line dance of hands.[123][124][125]


According to singer Marc Almond, Summer's collaboration with producer Giorgio Moroder "changed the face of music".[79] Summer was the first artist to have three consecutive double albums reach No. 1 on Billboard's album chart: Live and More, Bad Girls and On the Radio: Greatest Hits Volumes I & II. She became a cultural icon and her prominence on the dance charts, for which she was referred to as the Queen of Disco, made her not just one of the defining voices of that era, but also an influence on pop artists from Madonna to Beyoncé. Unlike some other stars of disco who faded as the music became less popular in the early 1980s, Summer was able to grow beyond the genre and segued to a pop-rock sound. She had one of her biggest hits in the 1980s with "She Works Hard For the Money", which became another anthem, this time for women's rights. Summer was the first black woman to be nominated for an MTV Video Music Award. Summer remained a force on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Songs chart throughout her career and notched 16 number one singles.[80] Her last studio album, 2008's Crayons, spun off three No. 1 dance/club hits with "I'm a Fire", "Stamp Your Feet" and "Fame (The Game)". In May 2012, it was announced that "I Feel Love" was included in the list of preserved recordings at the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry.[81] Her Rock and Roll Hall of Fame page listed Summer as "the Diva De Tutte Dive, the first true diva of the modern pop era".[82]


An exclusive 8 song 12" EP celebrating the 20th anniversary of Madonna's American Life album and honoring the life and work of Peter Rauhofer, who created unforgettable remixes for Madonna and many other artists for over two decades. On 180g vinyl, limited to 17,000 worldwide.


A nice walk or jog under the sun keeps me going. Thankfully there's a football ground close by, it's really nice to jog there in the evening cool wind or morning sunshine. Best way to soak up on some vitamin D and keep those bones moving!


Built to last till time itself falls tumbling from the wallBuilt to last till sunshine fails and darkness moves on allBuilt to last while years roll past like cloudscapes in the skyShow me something built to last or something built to try


If my words did glow with the gold of sunshineAnd my tunes were played on the harp unstrungWould you hear my voice come through the music?Would you hold it near, as it were your own?


RefrainI long to be a prima donna, donna, donnaI long to shine upon the stageI have the embonpoint, to become a queen of songAnd my figure would look pretty as a pageI want to be a screechy, peachy cantatriceLike other plump girls that I seeI hate society, I hate proprietyArt is calling for me 041b061a72


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