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Ray Parker, Jr & Raydio, "For Those Who Like To Groove" (1980)

From the artist who would bring the first "Ghostbuster" theme in ‘84…
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Nostalgia. This song [b]still[/b] makes me feel like dancing. I remember once, when my best friend and our boyfriends went out dancing and [b]this[/b] came on. We had the moves back then, and later an older man who’d been watching struck up a conversation with us.

He told us we were beautiful, and he was reminded of when he had gone dancing as a young man in Harlem. He was fascinating, and his presence and stories made it an especially pleasant evening.
This reminded me (vaguely) of the first concert I ever attended - Isaac Hayes.
Briggett · T
@Mamapolo2016 did he preform The Wichita Lineman and By the Time I get to Phoenix?
@Briggett This, child, would have been a half-century ago. I remember he was handsome and I liked the music. That night was also when my date proposed marriage.

Any specifics are lost in the smoke.
@Briggett Also, the songs you mention don’t strike me as Isaac’s style. Are you referring to [b]Wade Hayes[/b]?
Briggett · T
Another one of my favorite songs from them!!
Coldplay · 56-60, M
Ray Parker had some great music
eyeno · M
YeeeHaaaa dance dance!

uncalled4 · 56-60, M
Ray Parker, Jr. is so underrated(undeRAYted?)!
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@uncalled4 oh wow, this takes me back to dancing in the lounge room on a sunday to Casey Kasems top 40 .
I used to susspend MY ENTIRE LIFE for that part of my week🤗🤗🤗
Man i wish id been old enough to go to a disco club back then......sooooo goooood🤗💃🤗💃🤗💃
LordShadowfire · 46-50
Uh-oh. I think I'm coming down with a bad case of funky pox.

 
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