Tag Archives: Disco

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Former Harlette, Ula Hedwig, Has A Track On The New Album ‘Celebrate’ By Win Marcinak

Unlike the blues, dance music has long been the province of gay men, as both performers and fans. On Celebrate (Burning Tyger), Win Marcinak blends covers (Three Dog Night’s “Celebrate,” Sylvester’s “Disco Heat/Mighty Real,” Kajagoogoo’s “Too Shy,” and Aretha’s “Rock Steady”) with originals. Ulla Hedwig, one of Bette Midler’s original Harlettes, sings with Marcinak on “We Are What We Are.”

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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Bette Midler – 1978 – Paris Disco Hall

Bette Midler – 1978 – Paris Disco Hall

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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Audio: Bette Midler – My Knight In Black Leather (Disco Single Noise Redux) – Rare MP3

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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Mid-70’s: BETTE MIDLER & STEVEN HANISCH at Le Dardin Disco in France. I think Paris, of course. Don

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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Bette Midler: Bootleg Betty: Bette Midler Delores De Lago Disco Medley 1983

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Friday, April 7, 2017

BetteBack January 28, 2000: `ISN’T SHE GREAT’ FULL OF SCHMALTZY FUN

The Boston Globe (Boston, MA)
January 28, 2000 | Jay Carr, Globe Staff

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Like any decent, self-respecting American, all Jacqueline Susann wanted was to be a star. She became one by being in the right place at the right time with her sex-pills-and-debauchery novel “Valley of the Dolls” – the dolls of the title being drugs, not women. The more the book was dismissed as trash, the higher up the bestseller list it climbed and the longer it stayed there. It was a zeitgeist book. There’s always a place for trash novels, but this one came along at a time when high and low culture were changing places in America, and it reinforced a dynamic still going strong today. Susann was hardly the only one who assumed that the world is driven by sex, but her years of showbiz experience as a wannabe sniffing around the edges of success enabled her to put a believably lascivious context around the steamy, gossipy prose one observer likened to overhearing a ladies’ room conversation. Read More

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Saturday, April 11, 2015

In The New UnCut Magazine Bryan Ferry Talks Recording In Locations Ranging From West London To Bette Midler’s Loft

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Bryan Ferry: “David Bowie rang and said, ‘I’ve just done an album like yours…’”
April 2, 2015

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Bryan Ferry takes us through his solo catalogue in the new Uncut, dated May 2015 and out now.

From 1973 debut These Foolish Things right up to last year’s Avonmore, the Roxy Music singer and songwriter recalls the writing and recording of his best albums, remembering sessions with Nile Rodgers, David Gilmour and more in locations ranging from west London to Bette Midler’s loft in Tribeca, New York City. Read More

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