Sylvers - Boogie Fever download album
The Sylvers Perform "Boogie Fever" on The Midnight Special In 1976.
Disco Fever is the eighth album by the Los Angeles, California-based R&B group the Sylvers, released in 1979. This was their second and last album for Casablanca Records. Mahogany" (Gerry Goffin, Mike Masser) – 5:10. Is Everybody Happy" (Al Ross, Edmund Sylvers, Harold Faltermeyer) – 3:55. Come and Stay All Night" (Al Ross, Edmund Sylvers, Moll, Wisnet) – 2:51. Dancing Right Now" (Al Ross, Edmund Sylvers, Harold Faltermeyer) – 5:38. Gimme Gimme Your Lovin'" (Geoff Bastow, Pete Bellotte) – 4:36.
Boogie Fever" is a song recorded by Los Angeles, California-based R&B group the Sylvers, from their 1975 album Showcase. Their most lucrative single, it reached number one in the US on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Soul Singles charts as well as reaching number one in Canada on the RPM national singles chart in 1976. It was their third of nine Top 20 R&B hits and first top 40 pop single. Billboard ranked it as the No. 20 song for 1976.
Produced by Freddie Perren. Boogie fever Got to boogie down Boogie fever I think it's going around. I took my baby to the drive-in show She turned the speaker down And then she turned on the radio I watched a silent movie Digging funky sound. I took my baby to the pizza parlor To get a bite to eat I put some money in the jukebox for her You know, she ate her pizza Dancing to the beat.
So "Boogie Fever" doesn't sound too bad by comparison, after al. .right? The Sylvers were well-suited to their time; but their time just happened to be an alternate dimension when we look back on it now. For all of that, they really put their all into the show - note the brass section and disco-style piano work on this piece. Hey, listen to it again, it's catchy. There is only one cure for Boogie Fever: a transfusion of disco music. In this song, the singer's girl is afflicted, so everywhere they go, that funky disco sound has to play. Even at the drive-in, they can't listen to the movie, which is actually a pretty trippy way to watch King Kong. This was written by Freddie Perren with his partner Kenneth St. Lewis, and Perren produced the track. Perren is known for producing Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" and Peaches and Herb's "Shake Your Groove Thing. More songs from The Sylvers. More songs from 1976.
Boogie Fever: The Best of the Sylvers is a definitive 16-track collection that contains all of the group's hits, from "Fool's Paradise" to "Falling for Your Love. In between, the Top Ten R&B hits "Wish That I Could Talk to You," "Boogie Fever," "Hot Line" and "High School Dance" are heard, as are a number of smaller hits. Not all of the songs are as infectious or memorable as the big hits, but they're solid disco and soul cuts. Boogie Fever" is one of two gold records by the Sylvers, the other being "Hot Line".
Boogie Fever - Sylvers, The. Terms of Service. Album: 20 Disco, 2017. The Sylvers Perform "Boogie Fever" on The Midnight Special In 1976. Has been played on. United States 203.
Boogie fever, got to boogie down Boogie fever, I think it's going around. I took my baby to the drive-in show She turned the speaker down And then she turned on the radio I watched a silent movie, diggin funky sound. I took my baby too the pizza parlor To get a bite to eat I put some money in the jukebox for her You know she ate her pizza dancing to the beat.
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Written-By – F. Perren*, K. St. Lewis*
Written-By – Leon F. Sylvers, III*
NotesDanish pic sleeve, uk pressing
|4179||Sylvers*||Boogie Fever (7", Single, Win)||Capitol Records||4179||US||1975|
|5C 006-82101||Sylvers*||Boogie Fever / Free Style (7", Single)||Capitol Records||5C 006-82101||Netherlands||1975|
|4179||The Sylvers||Boogie Fever (7")||Capitol Records||4179||US||1975|
|11219||Sylvers*||Boogie Fever / Free Style (7")||Capitol Records||11219||Brazil||1975|
|1 J 006-82.101||The Sylvers||Boogie Fever (7", Single)||Capitol Records||1 J 006-82.101||Spain||1976|