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Gloria Gaynor

Gloria Gaynor

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Gloria Gaynor: Her 'Hello' Is Her Goodbye

Profile and Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 3 December 1974

2008 introduction: After having some club success with 'Honeybee', Gloria Gaynor was just beginning to get her career in gear when David met her in ...

Gloria Gaynor's 'Goodbye'

Report and Interview by Roger St. Pierre, New Musical Express, 11 January 1975

POSTING HER way to a real left-field hit is Gloria Gaynor with 'Never Can Say Goodbye' which sounds like a revived 45 but isn't. ...

Disco: "Kids Want Something Different — This Is It!"

Report and Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 5 April 1975 says Billy Smith, an expert on New York's booming discos. In a country where radio rules, it's an amazing phenomenon. CHRIS CHARLESWORTH reports... ...

Gloria Gaynor: I just love your British discos

Interview by Roger St. Pierre, New Musical Express, 5 April 1975

ROGER ST. PIERRE talks to GLORIA GAYNOR, the girl who sums up what the disco boom is all about ...

Gloria Gaynor & the Disco Boom

Overview by Tony Cummings, Black Music, June 1975

"WE'RE PRODUCTION-orientated sure, but I can't agree that we're cynical in our approach. We simply carry our production techniques one stage further than the competition. ...

Experience Gloria Gaynor

Profile by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 14 October 1975

HAILED AS the unrivalled Queen of the Discos, the delicious Ms. Gloria Gaynor has certainly spread her wings on her second MGM album, Experience. ...

Gloria Gaynor: Experience (MGM M3G 4997)

Review by Dave Marsh, Rolling Stone, 6 November 1975

DRIVEN BY a three-song montage, Gloria Gaynor's first MGM album was the very model of modern disco production: loud, compact, as hummable as it was ...

Tom Moulton, Father of the Disco Mix

Interview by Davitt Sigerson, Black Music, January 1976

TOM MOULTON is the behind-the-scenes figure of disco music. His name has appeared on the credits of discs by Gloria Gaynor, B.T. Express, Bobby Moore, ...

The Billboard Disco Convention: Disco Is Here To Stay

Report by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 11 October 1977

David Nathan reports from New York on the Billboard Disco Convention 1977. ...

Gloria Gaynor: The First Lady of Disco

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 7 November 1978

Although she may not have been scoring as consistently on the charts in recent times, Ms. Gloria gaynor — the acknowledged "Queen of Disco" — ...

Gloria Gaynor: Palladium, London

Live Review by David Hancock, Evening News, London, 6 April 1979

Oh no Gloria .... you won't survive ...

Village People, Gloria Gaynor: Greek Theatre, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Sounds, 30 June 1979

TONIGHT I learnt why discos are held indoors. The Beautiful People look a bit silly with water splashing around in their transparent sandals and rain ...

Gloria Gaynor: Come What May, '79 Was Going To Be Gloria's Year!

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 18 December 1979

SO YOU thought Gloria Gaynor was still just the original Queen of Disco? You figured she might not be able to repeat the phenomenal success ...

High Energy

Report by Dave Rimmer, Smash Hits, 7 June 1984

It's a new type of dance beat. Hazell Dean's 'Searchin'' is High Energy; so are The Weather Girls, Gloria Gaynor and Evelyn Thomas. The charts ...

Interview: Tom Moulton

Interview by Bill Brewster,, September 1998

The man responsible for the 12" record talks about his incredible career ...


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