Bee Gees got da funk!

“Boogie Child” is so damn funky you could mistake it for being a Sly Stone song. The vocals, the horn stabs, so groovy and funky as hell. Could it be more perfect?

Get your funky pants and groove on, just like those nut cases in this home-made video! 

Pop and disco legends Bee Gees did never sounded so funky. “Boogie Child”, is taken from their 1976 album “Children Of The World” album. The song was never a huge hit, but peaked in at #12 in the US. It was released as their third single off the album who spawned the more familiar falsetto sung #1 disco hit “You Should Be Dancing”, second single was the ballad “Love So Right” and the last and fourth single off the album was the title song off “Children Of The World”

Did you get the funk?

Prince at Arsenio Hall

March the 5th, soul-rock legend Prince took over the Arsenio Hall show – and here’s some of the performances Prince and his bands played an snippet of his chats with Arsenio Hall and the tv-shows audience!

Prince at Arsenio Hall
Please don’t touch Prince’s hair!

Song premiere “FUNKNROLL”

When was the last time Prince watched Purple Rain or bought something off a infomercial

Liv Warfield performs “Soul Lifted” 

Prince & 3rd Eye Girl perform “She Is Always In My Hair”

Prince Breaks up a couple

Prince & The New Power Generation perform “Mutiny”

Prince reveals his favourite song and why he doesn’t have a cellphone


All clips and photos, the texts and the links lead you to the Arsenio Hall´s webpage!

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