If you want the hit in normal stereo, buy this CD. Just ignore the other tracks, as either they're insignificant or sound just plain bad.
Although it's been classified as a "disco" song, the sound is pure Bo Diddley, updated for the '70s. It's also a little flaky thanks to Goodman's vocalbut it's just plain FUN. Too bad, then, that nothing else on this disc is even one-tenth as good as this one standout track. The rest of the songs just sit there, without the hooks to make you want to listen to them again. Goodman's unique singing voice, used to such great effect on the title track, quickly becomes irritating when she doesn't have good songs to back her up.
The sound quality is nothing to rave about: The percussion on the title track is harsh and trebley, which will keep you from cranking up the volume. On the other hand, the rest of the instruments sound muddy. By the way, the title track is presented here in a different mix than the one which appeared on the original vinyl LP. The song appears here with the guitar panned far-left and the piano panned far-right.
On the LP and every other CD I've heardthe stereo separation on this track is very poor, almost monaural. This is,I believe, the first disco lp to produce a single that made any respectable showing in the charts. The cd sound isn't perfect,but the original recording sessions most likely didn't have the greatest fidelity either. Not a classic,but not so bad you'll scream "Disco sucks! Basically an item for Disco collectors to start with. The sound quality of this CD is terrible!
It is full of distortion. Instead I got an instrumental version wich sounds like a little kid who is experimenting with his new Casio!!! So it is back to my 45 RPM again!!! See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Report abuse. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products. English Choose a language for shopping. Listen Now with Amazon Music. Amazon Music Unlimited.
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(Vinyl thud? Break that habit now. Use the cueing lever on your turntable to raise and lower the needle. Your hand is never truly steady so it's easy to slip up, and gouge the grooves of a record or even break the needle on your cartridge. Never drop or abruptly pick up the needle on a vinyl record especially as it's fading out. Over time you'll start to hear ticks and pops as the vinyl is gradually getting gouged in those areas.
Better still is to play an entire album side straight through from beginning to end. Most audiophile grade turntables are not automatic which means they do not have an end of play lift mechanism. On most turntables, the cueing lever is located near the base of the tonearm.
Using this fluid damped lever instead of your hand results in a smooth twitch-free needle drop, and lift from the record. Do NOT stack vinyl records How do records get warped? One way is by stacking them. Never stack records on top of each other whether in their jackets or not. This is one sure fire way to cause warping, possible cracking of the vinyl record because of the weight, and will inevitably produce scuff marks and ring wear on the album cover marring the artwork.
Records must always be stored upright like books on a shelf. Because of their size and weight, regular bookshelves don't work well to store vinyl records so consider a real record storage shelf or cube instead. Never stack vinyl records as shown in this photo as it can lead to warped discs and ring wear on the album jackets, LP).
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Never touch the record's playing surface with your bare hands or fingers as your body oil will transfer onto the record attracting even more dust thereby affecting sound quality. Always hold a record by its outer edges only. If you accidentally touch a record, it is best to immediately clean it with a liquid record cleaner before putting it back in its sleeve. Keep your filthy paws off the playing surface of a record. Your T-shirt or towel is not a record cleaner Can I give my records a quick whisk with a towel?
Resist the temptation to wipe your vinyl record with your shirt or dry cloth no matter how soft it may feel. This will I Guess Things Have To Change - Shirley & Company - Disco Dynamite! (Vinyl and scuff the record and only move the dirt around.
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