Description: Let's Do It In The 80's Great Hits. Original recorded in Canada.
"STARS ON 45" ALTO Passion, 1980's - Download MP3 music or MP4 video:
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Released 1981. Peaked at #1 on Billboard Hot 100.
Megamix titulado"Alto Passion - Let's Do It In The 80's Great Hits", el cual fue la base para la creacion de la serie "Stars on 45" creado por Jaap Eggermont, quien creó el concepto después de escuchar un bootleg de canciones de discos de 12" llamado "Let's Do It In the 80's". La historia cuenta, que, una noche, en un club de Montreal por el año 1979, llego Michael Ali con una cinta la cual tenia un megamix con exitos de los Beatles y otros artistas. Resulto que al Dj del lugar, Michel Gendreau le gusto lo que escucho, pero la cinta carecia de calidad, y habia sido mezclado con discos muy usados, por lo que en el megamix se escuchaba mas ruido que musica. El mismo sabia que este megamix tenia potencial, y junto con Paul Richer un mago de la industria discografica de aquel tiempo, hicieron la segunda version de este megamix, para lo cual Michael creo un "loop" de aplausos y junto a sus discos creo esta version a la que tambien se le conoce como "Bits & Pieces III". list Ritz- I Wanna Get With You Madness- One Step Beyond Young & Company- I Like What You Are Doing To Me The Gap Band- Baba Baba Boogie 'Lectric Funk- Shanghayed Kano- I'm Ready Spinners- Cupid Spinners- Working My Way Back To You Gino Soccio- Dancer Sparks- Beat The Clock Carrie Lucas- Keep On Dancing Lipps, Inc. - Funky Town Heatwave- Boogie Nights GQ- Disco Nights SOS Band- Take Your Time The Buggles- Video KIlled The Radio Star Shocking Blue- Venus The Archies- Sugar Sugar Beatles- No Reply Beatles- I'll Be ...
NLfunkEd's Bass play along: I Like (What You're Doing To Me) original song by Y0ung & C0mp@ny My first real bass playalong video after making some tryouts to experiment with best codec settings, please don't mind the mistakes. I really love this old 80's disco/funk classic anthem.Back then it was included in one of the first the bootleg mixes: Alto Passion - Let's Do It in the 80's, which was later covered by Stars on 45. All credits go to the original artists, respective rights owners and original songwriters where applicable.
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Stars on van Jaap Eggemont - een van de laatsten of laatste uit 1987 "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
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ESOcast 45 Special: Reaching Out -- Special 50th anniversary episode #5 In it we focus on ESO's mission of curiosity, wonder and inspiration, proclaimed through cooperation and outreach. Indeed, cooperation has always been the basis for ESO's success, ever since the organisation was founded fifty years ago. Together, ESO's Member States enable the best possible astronomical science at the world's largest observatories. ESO also works closely with industry, universities and research institutes around the world in developing state-of-the-art technologies. Furthermore, through engagement with the public, ESO provides countless ways to participate in the discovery of the cosmos, inviting everyone to join this exciting adventure. ESO Directed by: Lars Lindberg Christensen Art Direction, Production Design: Martin Kornmesser Producer: Herbert Zodet Written by: Govert Schilling 3D animations and graphics: Martin Kornmesser & Luis Calçada Editing: Martin Kornmesser Cinematography: Herbert Zodet & Peter Rixner Sound engineer: Cristian Larrea Narration Mastering: Peter Rixner Host & Lead Scientist: Dr J (Dr Joe Liske, ESO) Narration: Sara Mendes da Costa Soundtrack & Sound Effects: movetwo — Axel Kornmesser & Markus Löffler, zero-project (zero-project.gr). Proof reading: Anne Rhodes Executive producer: Lars Lindberg Christensen Footage and photos: ESO, Stéphane Guisard (eso.org/~sguisard), Christoph Malin (christophmalin.com), Babak Tafreshi/TWAN, A. Santerne, Martin Kornmesser, J ...
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