Originally Posted by Bo Eder
And the fact that those two songs were in constant radio airplay for almost the entire year of 1975 (or '76?) puts them in the category of Spam. Everybody says they hate it, but somebody's buyin' it - that's why it's still sold!
Well, I would have bought Moonlight Feels Right
for the marimba solo alone. I would have simply taken the needle and moved it there every time, which must have been the nicest advantage of that kind of medium. As for Afternoon Delight
and other travesties, wouldn't you have to say that most of the 1976 AM radio was extra special
bad? After all wasn't that also the year of Play That Funky Music White Boy, Muscrat Love
and 1000 other hideous songs still discussed in shocked terms today?
No wonder disco soon took over. You also have to think that drugs back then must have been off the chain.