Label: Street Sounds - DEC 7383 • Format: 14x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Limited Edition Box Set • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Funk, Disco
Search everywhere only in this topic. Advanced Search. Classic List Threaded. Frantique, just about covers it for me. High energy disco track, the clear camera position and those costumes, although appearing at first to be quite elaborate, they do appear to be ideal for dancing. Lulu has had a word with camera crew again it's been suggested this has happened before and they seem to be obediently following her every move. Who's That Hurll. The costumes do seem rather dated for ; they look more like something from ten years Grief Vultures - Helpless - Debt, although some have an added revealing twist.
The tempo remains high throughout and the girls give us their best funky struts, however the moves are largely individualistic, with less interaction than some routines.
Patti steals Lulu's thunder at the start by singing a few hooks and this must have sparked Lulu into full DOTD mode, as she seeks out the limelight and parades her flamboyant wispy blonde locks. In reply to this post by RYAN. What a fantastic energetic routine this is, i absolutely love it, and the record too. It certainly does look like our girls are out on the town, maybe wearing their own clothes for this, and definitely having a fantastic time, especially Lulu who for me steals the show in this performance.
Just a pity the footage didn't get the BBC 4 treatment. Don't think I've heard this song before, or this group, no loss there! The routine is a lively affair, which had the girls move it but they seemed to be having fun, with big smiles on their faces.
Got to see all the girls even though the setting was a little on the dark side. Maybe because it was a departure from Gamble and Huff but I always switch it off or skip it when it comes on. Loved Sue's outfit and loved the moves but for some reason the one who performed the Strut Your Funky Stuff - Various - The Dance Decade 1973-1983 was Lulu. She seemed to be enjoying herself the most in this song. Lulu gets best dancer and the routine gets nine out of ten.
Everywhere, wherever you look, manipulation rearing it's head. I think this is a seriously good disco song, Sailing - Christopher Cross - Sailing i liked back then and also now.
Just how sexy do these women look in their tight disco pants, one even has a look of Patti! Anyway, all we need now is quality footage of the actual dance routine from Legs. Click, watch and enjoy and go back to the wonderful autumn of Gorgeous Daze. Yes the lady in red does bear some similarity to Patti.
No disrespect, but she's no rival in attractiveness, personality or moves though. Nice clip to watch nevertheless, don't think I've seen Frantique before. They provide Qué Bueno Baila Usted - Various - El Festival De Salsa En New York lesson for today's generation in how to look sexy, not trashy.
This post was updated on. No girls, I'm quite happy sitting here watching. And it appears to me strutting one's funky stuff is a rather wonderful thing to do as demonstrated by these experts in the field.
Lots of smiling faces, though those baggy dresses kind of obscure the finer intricacies of the dance. A minor quibble that, as it would be a miserable so-and-so who did not get swept away by the joyous nature of this colourful routine. A superb track from the golden age of disco, which never sounded better than when accompanied by these dazzling Strut Your Funky Stuff - Various - The Dance Decade 1973-1983 . Queens of My Soul.
The Rubberband Man. In reply to this post by RYAN What a fantastic energetic routine this is, i absolutely love it, and the record too. Free forum by Nabble. Edit this page.
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