Sylvester is the third studio album by Sylvester. It was his first disco album in the series of three that were recorded and released by Fantasy Records in the late 1970s. The album was issued with the alternative title Over and Over in France. Two singles were issued from the album.
British Invasion Greatest Hits. Let's Have a Party: Jukebox Classics. Dance Party Celebration.
House party, BBQ, wedding party or just a bedroom disco, we have the party playlist you need to get the place moving. By Michael Chen, David Fear, Adam Feldman, Sophie Harris, Tim Lowery, Marley Lynch, Amy Plitt, Joshua Rothkopf, Derek Schwartz, Hank Shteamer, Steve Smith, Colin St. John and Bruce Tantum. In fact, we’re a little worried that our playlist of the 100 greatest party songs ever recorded by human beings may actually cause your dance floor to spontaneously combust in a firework explosion of pure joy and body-moving ecstasy. That’s how good we think it is. Our criteria were simple: You hear the intro of the song, and you immediately go skidding toward the dance floor.
Top 10 danceable party rocker jams. Either had no significant dance chart success or are all guitar rock-oriented jams. 1. Mony Mony (live) - Billy Idol 2. Walk This Way - Run-D. amp; Aerosmith 3. (You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party) - Beastie Boys 4. I Love Rock N Roll - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts 5. Addicted To Love - Robert Palmer 6. Call Me - Blondie 7. Jessie's Girl - Rick Springfield 8. Rock This Town - Stray Cats 9. Dancing With Myself - Billy. Dance music is found in all forms of popular music, be it through swing, ragtime, jump blues, and rock. The first real dance music in American history was ragtime, and in the 1980s, dance music peaked pop-wise. These songs represent the greatest electronic dance and jam (dance-based pop-rock) songs of the 1980s. Billie Jean - Michael Jackson.
Released in 1970 during the stopgap between Stand! and There's a Riot Goin' On, Greatest Hits inadvertently arrived at precisely the right moment, summarizing Sly & the Family Stone's joyous hit-making run on the pop and R&B charts. Technically, only four songs here reached the Top Ten, with only two others hitting the Top 40, but judging this solely on charts is misleading, since this is simply a peerless singles collection