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You should be dancing

Back in the post-punk days as the 1970’s was drawing to a close a new craze took the young people by storm. The world of disco transformed nightclubs, fashion, music and dance and this was ably exploited in the movie Saturday Night Fever, produced by Robert Stigwood with music by The Bee Gees. Not that the Gibb Brothers initially bought much into it but they did share the same management company RSO and wrote five songs for the soundtrack. They added 2 which were already released and arguably they were the best as Jive Talkin’ and You Should Be Dancing were already floor fillers. More Than A Woman appears twice sung by them plus Tavares and The Trammps Disco Inferno sums up all that was

Rod comes to town

Because of the title of the show, this obviously is a tribute to the music career of Rod Stewart. The first half we are given the chance of discovering Rod’s childhood when he was born in 1945. He had 2 choices in life, become a footballer or a singer. He discovered football was not his strong point at a very early age and he would need to go for a singing career. We are shown Rod Stewart’s early struggle in the 1960’s when joining the Jeff Beck Group, he managed to make a working relationship with Ronnie Wood. Eventually the Faces come together, then release of his album “Every Picture Tells a Story and Rod has success as both a solo performer and with the Faces. After Maggie May the hits j

Beatles show on tour

It is anniversary week and in what seems a lifetime ago it was 55 years ago this week when The Beatles played two shows in Kirkcaldy in what was the old Carlton cinema. 1963 was their breakthrough year too and they were so young, exciting and prolific as they checked in to Park Road as they already had three chart toppers that year and were just one week away from the career defining performance on national television as they played Sunday Night at the London Palladium whereby the following day the term Beatlemania was in the press coined by the Daily Express. This week it is John Lennon’s birthday too and that has not gone unnoticed by the UK tour of Let It Be. This was the long running m