Village People - The History Night mp3 album
Village People is the self-titled debut album by Village People, released on July 11, 1977. Its hit song "San Francisco (You've Got Me)" was a top 50 hit in the UK, peaking at Village People was the creation of Jacques Morali, a French composer. He had written a few dance tunes when he was given a demo tape recorded by singer/actor Victor Willis. Morali approached Willis and told him, "I had a dream that you sang lead on my album and it went very, very big".
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The album, Village People, soared up the international dance charts. Soon, Dick Clark wanted to book the "group" to appear on his show American Bandstand - except there wasn't any group! Jacques, Henri and Victor quickly formed a group around Victor to perform for television and live appearances. Their second album, Macho Man, became a hit on both the dance and pop charts. Victor was now co-writer of the songs and writing hit after hit. Their third album, Cruisin', contained the blockbuster hit .
Village People was the creation of Jacques Morali, a French composer. The album was a success, and demand for live appearances soon followed. The four-track self-titled debut album – which spawned Village People's first hit single, San Francisco (You've Got Me) – was even used as the soundtrack to the hardcore porn film New York City Inferno, shot verite style and set in the world of gay S&M leather bars.
Is Village People the best album by Village People? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Village People by Village People (1977) Overall rank: 74,856th. Accolades: Top albums of 1977 (760th). Top albums of the 1970s (7,375th). Best albums of all time (74,856th).
Complete your Village People collection. A very interesting album for fans of the Village People. Originally formed as a studio group with Victor Willis singing lead- the producers Jacques Morali and Henri Belolo wanted a representation of the gay crowd they witnessed in Greenwich Village in New York. When Village People went on American Bandstand in 1977 and in their music videos for 1977, the group of performers were Victor Willis- lead singer and COP, Felipe Rose was backup singer and INDIAN (reportedly he was the first "character" Jacques and Henri saw in Greenwich Village initially.
Henri Belolo, Jacques Morali. 6. San Francisco (You've Got Me). Henri Belolo, Phil Hurtt, Jacques Morali, Peter Whitehead. Henri Belolo, Jacques Morali, Peter Whitehead, Victor Willis. Henri Belolo, Jacques Morali, Victor Willis. 9. Ready for the 80's. 10. Can't Stop the Music. Henri Belolo, Phil Hurtt, Jacques Morali, Peter Whitehead
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|2||San Francisco (You've Got Me)||5:21|
|3||Go West (12" Inc Original Version)||6:37|
|4||In Hollywood (Everybody Is A Star)||4:56|
|6||Do You Wanna Spend The Night||3:36|
|7||Ready For The 80'S (12" Inc Original Version)||6:54|
|8||I'm What I Am||3:18|
|9||I'm A Cruiser||6:59|
|11||Citizens Of The World||5:34|
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NotesIncorrect track durations printed on artwork. Correct times from media player shown above.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 026877 107460
- Barcode (Scanned): 8026877107460
- Matrix / Runout: G.D.D. BCHCD0028 53111
- Mould SID Code: IFPI V616