This doesn't include the stuff I am forced to hear at work. This is what I chose to listen to the last couple days.
Schoolboy Crush--Average White Band
Seventies funk from Scotland. I love anything from the 70s.
Beach Bump--Baby Ford
Late 80s electronica/house/whatever. Get up and dance!
Early 90s house music. Just a little higher, indeed!
Sunlight Bathes our Home--Clinic
If cowboys made dance music, I think it would sound like this.
Turn to Stone--ELO
More from the 70s.
Hooked on Bach--Louis Clark and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Yeah, it was published by K-tel. This was back in the day when you could release an instrumental and it would be in the Top 40. AND be popular. (This wasn't released as a single though.) Dad bought me this album, which I listened to constantly.
Released as an instrumental. Showed up in Boogie Nights. Epic.
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps--Doris Day
Going retro here. Doris needs to know if her potential lover is going to shit or get off the pot. An earlier, classier, more sultry version of Single Ladies.
Swiss electronica with a touch of Latin American music. If this doesn't make you want to get up and dance, you're dead.
Pinball Cha Cha--Yello
More Latin influence on this one as well. If you still don't know who these guys are, if you've seen Ferris Bueller's Day Off, they're the Oh Yeah guys. Are these guys worth a listen? ¡Claro que si!