Captain, The & Karim - I've Got Ya & Rock The Disco album
I've got something to tell ya I've got news for you Gonna put some wheels in motion Get ready 'cause we're coming through. Hey now, hey now, hear what I say now Happiness is just around the corner Hey now, hey now, hear what I say now We'll be there for you. The Vengabus is coming And everybody's jumping New York to San Francisco An intercity disco The wheels of steel are turning And traffic lights are burning So if you like to party Get on and move your body. The Vengabus is coming And everybody's jumping New York to San Francisco An intercity disco The wheels of steel are turning And traffic lights are burning So if you like to party Get on and move your body The Vengabus is coming.
I've Got Ya Producer, Written-By, Arranged By – Jon Bell, Karim Lamouri.
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The Captain is the solo debut album of Australian country music singer Kasey Chambers. The Captain won the 1999 ARIA Music Award for Best Country Album. Prior to releasing this album, Chambers had performed more than a decade with her family's Dead Ringer Band, a popular Australian country music group. The title track was featured in "He Is Risen", an episode of The Sopranos, while "The Hard Way" was featured in the season 2 episode of Lost, "Two for the Road".
The masters, the Olympians, the ne plus ultra of disco-rock. It took some time for Abba to be recognised as what they are: a group who belong in the very first rank of the greats. It isn’t a disco rock album exclusively but it contains As Good As New (which with its handclaps and chamber strings finds a contemporary disco-rock sibling in ELO’s equally joyous Shine a Little Love from the same year); the hilarious and adorable Does Your Mother Know, partly purloined by fellow disco-rock titans Pulp for Disco 2000; and.
However the track is also the first single from Jay Rock’s album Redemption, the follow-up effort to his 2015 project 90059. The version that appears on Redemption however, omits the second half of the song. However the title might also refer to the actual death of King T'Chaka of Wakanda in the previous Captain America: Civil War. Incidentally, the title of this song is a reference to the phrase The king is dead, long live the king!, which typically is used to mark the death of a previous king and celebrate the reign of the new one.
The disco 100. Disco has changed. What has forever been defined by the glitter-ball aesthetic of Saturday Night Fever, has, slowly opened its arms to embrace a world of different musics, loosely connected by the idea, feel or groove of disco. Fuelled by voracious selectors and intrepid reissue labels bringing back 12″s from Beirut to Port Of Spain, our understanding of the genre has become all the richer. The ‘Special Disco Version’ brought the band into the club for the first time and set the blueprint for remix 12 s by pop and rock acts. The Warehouse, Paradise Garage, Muzik Box, Zanziba. his Salsoul staple got heavy plays everywhere; with its creeping bassline, majestic brass, strings, keys and chilling vocals, it’s easy to see why! Mixed by NYC disco legend Walter Gibbons.