“Beauty and The Beast” by Love and Kisses – Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Love and Kisses is a studio ensemble created and produced by disco pioneer Alec R. Costandinos (who also wrote Cerrone’s “Love In ‘C’ Minor”). The LP “How Much, How Much, I Love You” was one of the big Euro-disco statements of 1978 – the vocals on this recording were provided by Alec, Joanne, Stephanie, Sue and Sunny.
“Beauty and The Beast” is from the album and is one of the magical symphonic pieces of disco history. From the earlier “Romeo and Juliet” and the first Love and Kisses album – this one ranks right alongside Costandinos' classics.
I have taken the 1991 Walt Disney now-classic “Beauty and The Beast” and mixed the two – even though a much of the chorus sings about the tale and the Disney cartoon focuses on Belle, the spell and the The Beast. It is a short walk using both mediums to create a disco-movement with the wonderful animation.
The film was directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise
This Disco Video Mix is dedicated to Loulou S. from The Netherlands - the "beauty" who always shines.
Featuring scenes from Walt Disney’s “Beauty and The Beast” – RENT THE DVD!
Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Produced by Ken Emmons