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This is a 70s classic disco mix with lots of classic dance hits for the early 70s up to early 80s. I made this mix with all original vinyl mp3 transfers and uses Serato vinyl. Plus there are a few of the classics that have overlay drums. If you like dance music from the 70s then you are going to like this 70s classic mix. The mix includes lots of artists like Candi Staton,Taste of Honey , Donna summer, and many many more. Also included in this mix is some 80s and 90s hits at the very end of the mix. Enjoy!!!
~~~MUSIC DISCLAIMER~~~I have nothing to do with any of the music played in this video.Im not the owner or creator of any of the songs. You can listen to the songs on almost any music player. This video was made for comment and criticism. No copyright infringement was intended. Please support the artists by purchasing their music legally. TRAKLIST BELOW.
1. Boogie Wonder land Earth wind and fire
2. Young Hearts Run Free Candi Staton
3. Relight My Fire Dan Hartman
4. He's The Greatest Dancer Sister Sledge
5. Disco Power U.N.
6. Boogie Oogie Oogie Remix Taste Of Honey
7. Dance (Disco Heat) Sylvester
8. The Breaks Kat Mandu
9. Savage Lover The Ring
10.Get Ready X-Ray Connection
11.Our Love Donna Summer
12.Beat Of The Night Fever
13.Keep On Dancing (extended) Gary's Gang
14.Love Disco Style Erotic Drum Band ft. Pat Marano
15.Hey Pancho It's Disco Fat Larry's Band
16.Everybody Dance (extended) Chic
17.Dance, Freak, and Boogie Nightlife Unlimited
18.Heaven Must Have Sent You (hype) Bonnie Pointer
19.(The Best Part Of) Breaking Up Roni Griffith
20.Get Off Foxy
21.You Make Me Feel Mighty Real Byron Stingily
22.Lucky Tonight Sarah Dash
23.Take Off Harlow
24.Summer Love Musique
26.Prescious Moments Nightlife Unlimited
27.Plug Me To Death Erotic Drum Band
28.Keep Dancin Touch Of Class
29.Shame Evelyn Champaign King
30.We Like To Party Venga Boys
31.Jump Pointer Sisters
32.Rock Me Connie
33.Rockberry Break (remix) Dream Team
34.Working Day N Night Micheal Jackson
35.You Used To Hold Me Ralphi Rosario ft. Xavier Gold
36.Street Player Chicago
37.Anyway Duck Sauce
Flute Job / The Messenger - An upbeat Documentary Short Film about Serge, a very talented and oddly charismatic "Flute Player" from Peru who is trying to find his way professionally in New York City. He deserves, exposure, discovery and a "Job"!
This "rock & roll funky show dimension cybernetic flute boy"('s) first time in a recording studio and his LIVE PERFORMANCE at Joe's Pub at the Public Theater, NYC.
This NYC MUSICIAN/MESSENGER and "Street Player" from Cusco and Lima, Peru can really make a "pretty sweet sound" with his flute. I first "experienced" Serge and his percussive style, at "Le Bar Bat" on West 57th St., NYC.
The space was full of "good vibes" and was previously the "world famous" recording studio, Media Sound. Before that, it had been an old Manhattan Baptist Church. Everyone from Aerosmith, Aretha Franklin, Guns N' Roses, Kool & the Gang, Jimi Hendrix, Billy Joel, BB King, John Lennon, Meatloaf, Frank Sinatra, The Rolling Stones and Stevie Wonder (to name a few) recorded multi-platinum records there. I produced several projects there myself. Media Sound was owned and founded by John Roberts who had put up the money and produced The Woodstock Music and Art Fair.
Serge's energy is electric and intense. He was running around the club jumping from one stage to another singing and playing "original songs" on his flute and accompanying himself seamlessly. His music is both "aggressive and sweet". Wild! I figured he was "spun out" on "serious drugs".
QUITE THE CONTRARY, later after his set I introduced myself. It was surprised to meet someone so "clear thinking" direct and original. He has never taken any drugs. After talking with him I felt committed to interviewing him on camera. I have rarely encountered a person as "talented and unique" as Serge.
STREET MUSICIAN - Serge played regularly on the corner where I live. His flute playing was so distinctive (like hearing Ian Anderson, Eric Dolphy or George Crumb). Once I recognized his style I heard him playing everywhere. He worked / The East Village (by the Cooper Union Cube) / 14th Street at Union Square / Columbus Circle (by the U.S.S Maine Monument) / Central Park (by the Sherman Monument) and all over New York City. He rode his bike around, chained it, opened his flute case and was in business. He is innovative; his music has a rich, magical and joyful resonance. He's the "King Hamelin" of Pied Pipers.
I was surprised to find that he had never recorded and more surprised to find, he played the bass, keyboards and seemingly any instrument he could get his hands on. I decided he was either "crazy or brilliant". His father is French and a professional clarinetist, his mother is from Peru. He grew up in Cusco and Lima and hung out in music stores. You might be surprised while watching the video to know that has never owned a bass or a keyboard but HE CAN REALLY PLAY!
I decided to record Serge at my Friend (Benjy King)'s "Home Studio". Benjy, a "Former Pop Star" and keyboard player (of the 80's band, Scandal, with Patty Smyth) had a comfortable studio in his Lexington Ave. apartment. He produced a "really good sound".
My favorite memories of working with Serge, including filming him while he built his tracks, were following Serge around town on his bike, seeing his "Studio/digs" (in the basement of the former, Piano Store Theater) and his neighborhood haunts. I loved our cam interviews and listening to him tell about Machu Picchu, Cusco and Lima Peru, "His love of music" and his Close Encounter with UFOs that live at the bottom of Lake Titicaca. Not sure what planet he's from but I'm convinced he's an Alien. That might explain his EXTRAORDINARY TALENT.
I haven't seen or spoken with Serge in quite some time. He hasn't been playing at his old haunts around town. I miss hearing his flute playing and seeing his "honest face". The City Streets don't feel quite the same without his electric energy.
Someone once told me, "Talent is like cream to milk, it rises to the top". If that's true, I know well be hearing a lot more about Serge Meseth aka "Serge 47". I hope you enjoy the film and meeting THIS GIFTED MAN.
Serge, buddy, I know you're out there... ET Phone Home!
P.S. On "New Years Eve 09" I had a dream that Serge had phoned and had come by the following Thursday evening. He played some of his new songs on the piano and sang. I remember one was called "Mumbles" and another, "Underwater". It all seemed so real. He was living in (Dumbo, NYC) and he sang so beautifully! We had a great time, drank a bottle of Jack Daniels and talked about everything from "music theory" to his "complete faith" in Jesus Christ. Around 5:00 AM I woke up thinking about Serge , "The Man who never existed". Dreams are funny...
Produced & Directed by Richard Currier
©2011 If I Were. LLC
Film Type: Documentary Short Film (23min)