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Monday, April 15, 2013

Monday Music "Lets all Chant" and overtime and Pollen and stuff

I have been working a lot of overtime.12 on and 12 off..I am tired but not complaining.  Between the overtime and Cub Scouts, I haven't had the opportunity to post much.   The Pollen season has hit GA really hard as my toolbox will attest to.  This is at the taildock and the pollen gets that far inside the hanger.  I wiped it a day earlier and this is what it looked like the next day...



 I do read my blogroll but I haven't had a chance to post anything due to my schedule.
Well anyway I am going to post my Monday Music while I try to dig into my schedule to post something more substantial;)


     This song made the dance club rounds, I remember it getting a lot of airplay, it was the height of the Disco era.  It is a bit corny, but I do like the beat.  The original video I had selected for this song to me screamed the feel-good disco scene with the Studio 54 era where anything goes.  But it was borderline porn and my son does read my blog occasionally.  Go to Youtube and type in "Lets all Chant Uncensored" and you will see what I mean.   I liked the video but I engaged in self-censorship....so there....
 



Michael Zager (born 3 January 1943, Passaic, New Jersey) is an American record producer, composer, and arranger original music for commercials, albums, network television, and theme music for films. He teaches music at Florida Atlantic University.
Zager has produced Grammy Award winning artists: Whitney Houston, Cissy Houston, Gladys Knight, Peabo Bryson, Luther Vandross, Deniece Williams, Jennifer Holliday, Joe Williams, Arturo Sandoval, Herb Alpert, Olatunji, and The Spinners. He also co-wrote the Patti Day song "Right Before My Eyes" with Alexander Forbes.
Michael Zager's band had a disco dance hit in 1978 with "Let's All Chant".
Zager was a member of Ten Wheel Drive from 1968-1973.[1]

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