Getting Groovy…

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Thursday 01 January, 2015 by Uncle Spike

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This is one you either know very well from your formative years like me, or will have heard at disco revival events, 80s nights or from raiding your dad’s music collection…
These were the groovy sounds of Earth, Wing & Fire, back in 1981, and for me it takes me right back to the ‘school disco’; those torturous events where us young British youth were stuffed into a gymnasium with a large glitter-ball, flared jeans, and a 10pm curfew.
I hope you enjoy this return to my usual era for my look at Tunes I Love.

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7 thoughts on “Getting Groovy…

  1. Lynn says:

    Ba de ah – say do you remember? A favourite of mine from this era!

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  2. Gill McGrath says:

    Nice one for the first day….. HNY! 🙂

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  3. I believe I was a victim of being stuffed in a U.S. gymnasium, in all my awkward glory. And this is a formative years song for me. Good music and good times. Thanks for taking me back and putting a smile on my face this first day of 2015. 🙂

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