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Other funk songs of 1979 included "If You Think That Funk is Junk You're Drunk" by Jimmy James, "One on One" and "Stand Up L. Jermaine Jackson's electro-backed "Burnin' Hot", which reached #32 Pop in the U. in early August 1980, "Music" by One Way featuring Al Hudson, "Music Makes You Feel Like Dancing" by Brass Construction, "Sexy Dancer" by Prince, "Are You Ready for Love?" by Slave, and Herbie Hancock's "Ready or Not" are funk dance songs.

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Walter Bygraves) - "How Ya Gonna Keep Em Down on the Farm" - disco-pop version of the song "How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm (After They've Seen Paree)", written by Joe Young and Sam M.

Lewis with music composed by Walter Donaldson Meco - "Themes from Superman: Main Title Theme, The Destruction of Krypton, The Trip to Earth, Growing Up, March of the Villains, The Flying Sequence and 'Can You Read My Mind?

Disco was everywhere and at the top of the charts, and lots of radio stations had converted to an all-disco format.

Discofied theme songs and intros were commonplace on American television.

(Sentence contributed by Marco Freitas) "Love is in the Air" by John Paul Young and "Mac Arthur Park" by Donna Summer are among the disco songs that play in the 1979 movie "Nos Tempos da Vaselina". DISCO PRODUCTS Allied Leisure Industries released their "Disco '79" pinball game this year.

"Disco Queen from the Philippines" by Helen Gamboa and "Step No, Step Yes" by VST and Company are among the disco songs included on the soundtrack for the 1979 movie "Swing It... DISCO SPORTS THEMES The 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates team, winners of that year's World Series, adopted "We Are Family" by Sister Sledge as their anthem.

', Chasing Rockets, Turning Back the World, End Title Theme" - medley of discofied music from the movie Phil Trim - "Mammy Blue" - electro-disco English-language version of the 1970 French ballad written by Hubert Giraud which was recorded in Italian by Ivana Spagna and in French by Nicoletta and Joel Dayde Pink Lady - "Medley: Knock on Wood / Boogie Wonderland / Hot Stuff / Go West" - electro-rock-disco and electro-disco covers of these hits by Amii Stewart, Earth, Wind, and Fire and the Emotions, Donna Summer, and the Village People respectively Scott Allan - "I Think We're Alone Now/Will You Love Me Tomorrow" - disco song that alternates between remakes of "I Think We're Alone Now" (originally recorded in 1967 by Tommy James and the Shondells) and "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?

" (originally recorded in 1960 by the Shirelles) Sirena - "If You Go Away" - electro-disco in English and French; cover of the song written by Rod Mc Kuen that was recorded by Dusty Springfield, Glen Campbell, Brenda Lee, and many other artists starting in the 1960s The Spinners a.k.a.

The 1979 Super Bowl also had a Sister Sledge connection.

The compilation CD "ESPN Stadium Anthems", released in 2003 by Hollywood Records, includes "We Are Family" as well as Kool and the Gang's "Celebration".

"M" by Pop Muzik, "Crank It Up (Funk Town)" by Peter Brown, "Computer Game" by Yellow Magic Orchestra, "We Are One" and "Let's Fly" and "You Set Me on Fire" by Paradise Express, the most excellent "We Don't Talk Anymore" by Cliff Richard, "Girls Cost Money" by Passengers (its fake or sampled horns and other electro sounds make it sound like a dance song from the late 1980s!

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