Wille and the Bandits are a British-based band who play a variety of different genres spanning across the Blues, Rock, Latin and Folk styles. The band currently consists of Wille Edwards, Matthew Brooks and Andrew Naumann. To date, they have released five studio albums and one live album. Forming in 2010, Wille and The Bandits are band from Cornwall, UK taking their inspiration from a variety of artists such as Pearl Jam, Ben Harper and Jimi Hendrix.
The Bandits were an English blues rock band from Liverpool. They are most notable for the singles "Take it and Run" and "2 Step Rock", which both reached the Top 40 on the UK Singles Chart. The band's first appeared on the Honey Records' 2001 "Beatin Planks" compilation album, which featured early versions of two songs: "Take It An Run" and "Free Me Rain". The line up at the time consisted of John, Gary, Scott and Tony, with Neil Crosbie on drums
I wouldn't dispute this album title, if considered together with volume 2. This double disc contains a lot of the most commercially successful tracks from the disco era and plenty of classics. Appropriately it kicks off with Donna Summer's eurodisco classic I Feel Love. Other hits from this genre include Funkytown, Get Up And Boogie, Black Is Black and Silver Convention's Get Up And Boogie. Amongst the obscure classics here The Michael Zager Band's Let's All Chant and The Ritchie Family's Best Disco In Town are the most charming. A song like Candi Staton's Young Hearts Run Free has the most beautiful lyrics, whilst anthemic million sellers include I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor, YMCA by Village People and Disco Inferno by The Trammps.
Sittin' here eatin' my heart out waitin' Waitin' for some lover to call Dialed about a thousand numbers lately Almost rang the phone off the wall. Lookin' for some hot stuff, baby, this evenin' I need some hot stuff, baby, tonight I want some hot stuff, baby, this evenin' Gotta have some hot stuff Gotta have some love tonight (hot stuff) I need hot stuff I want some hot stuff I need hot stuff. The Queen of Disco’s mega hit from 1979, routinely chosen as one of the top 100 or so pop/rock song of all time. It reached the top of the Billboard charts and helped Donna Summer win the Grammy Award. The song was on the eclectic album Bad Girls which topped the album charts, and was remarkable in that that it (and especially Hot Stuff) marked the return from Disco to rock with its beat and remarkable guitar solo. The album yielded another hit for her, Bad Girls.
100 Greatest Disco Songs. Criteria: Songs were chosen for this list based on their initial popularity, as well as their lasting popularity down through the years, and on their overall impact on the genre. The disco era ran roughly from the early 1970s through the early 1980s. Hot Stuff - Donna Summer - 1979 32. Heaven Must Have Sent You - Bonnie Pointer - 1979 33. This Time Baby - Jackie Moore - 1979 34. Let's All Chant - Michael Zager Band - 1978 35. Boogie Oogie Oogie - A Taste Of Honey - 1978 36. Get Down Tonight - . amp; the Sunshine Band - 1975 37. Spank - Jimmy "Bo" Horne - 1978 38. Bad Girls - Donna Summer - 1979 39.
|A1||Ring My Bell|
|A3||Shake Your Body|
|A4||Just What I Needed|
|A5||Shine A Little Love|
|B3||Ain't No Stopping Us Now|
|B4||Don't Hold Back|
|B5||I Want You To Want Me|