"Bahia" by El Coco - Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
El Coco was W. Michael Lewis and Laurin Rinder who made a big impact on disco music and dance floors with their talent and creative minds.
Their first LP under the title El Coco was “Brazil” – the LP featured many flavors of dance rhythms and their early influence on disco music. Their studio concept groups included Discognosis, In Search Of Orchestra, Le Pamplemousse, Rinder & Lewis, Saint Tropez, and Tuxedo Junction, as well as artists like Eloise Whitaker. Their non-ending fusion of sounds and arrangements left no room for he imagination to go without.
I have take “Bahia” and blended it with the 1942 film with Tyrone Power and Gene Tierney to create a romantic interlude following his abandoning ship in the South Seas with a lovely island girl. Our music interlude ends in sadness as his rescue nears and a goodbye nears.
John Cromwell directed the film.
Dedicated by W. Michael Lewis
Featuring scenes from “Son Of Fury” – RENT THE DVD!
Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Produced by Ken Emmons
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