Sunday, October 3, 2010

Good To Me

Today was such a beautiful day with Fall weather in full force.  Here is a song that was mentioned by a nice commenter from  a previous posting.  "Good To Me" is a great late '70s full energy disco classic by THP.  The THP Orchestra as it was called before was a Euro-Disco outfit that recorded in Toronto, Canada.  Even though they were not based in Europe, their three albums produced by Ian Guenther and Willi Morrison,  reflected the type of sleek, hard pounding, high energy dance music that was coming out of Germany, France and other European countries at the time.  THP made its vinyl debut in 1977, when it recorded Two Hot for Love!.  The LP was ignored by pop/top 40 radio in the U.S., but that didn't prevent it from becoming a club hit.  THP, whose lineups varied from one album to the next then released Tender Is The Night in 1978.  In 1979 they switched record labels from Butterfly to Atlantic and released their third and final album Good To Me and that's when they dropped the "Orchestra" from the bands name and were simply going by THP.  By  1980, THP called it quits.  This a great song!  Enjoy

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