Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
STUDIO 54 – NY, NY
OUR DANCING DAUGHTERS – JOAN CRAWFORD
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A disco anthem! What jogged my memory about all this was seeing “The Intouchables” and the scene in which Driss dances to Earth Wind and Fire’s “September”… so evocative… Looking forward to your 70’s post 🙂
I never made to any but two discos in LA in the hayday… Studio One and Rage. But up here it was all about Buzzby’s, Oil Can Harry’s (where I humiliated my self with Jane Fonda) The I-Bean, Dreamland and the infamous Trocadero Transfer. Hoo Hoo! Now were did I put my d
as I was saying…where did I put my disco whistle?
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