"Native Love (Step by Step)" by Divine - Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Disco producer Bobby Orlando brought one of the 70’s most outrageous personalities to the dance floor in 1982 - it was John Waters star, Divine. Since this moment, disco music was worshiped in a whole new way.
“My First Album” was the first release and contained “Native Love (Step by Step)” - an rowdy rap piece with Orlando’s signature keyboards weaving a fierce outline. Many of his projects included a defined disco break style sound - lots of electronics and percussion banging out the choruses. It was accepted immediately and became his trademark.
I have taken the theme from “Native Love (Step by Step)” which was probably influenced by a segment of “I Love Lucy” where the classic vaudevillian routine takes place - with hilarious results. It is used here as well as many other Lucille Ball funny moments.
Featuring scenes from “I Love Lucy” - RENT THE DVD SET
Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Produced by Ken Emmons
This Disco Video Mix is dedicated to Dale and Lou - for being so much fun and “fabu-lash”