“Nice ‘n’ Nasty” by The Salsoul Orchestra – Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
The Salsoul Orchestra is one of disco music’s defining bands. Formed in 1974 using Philly soul with funk and Latin influences. Vincent Montana. Jr. is the production credited to many of The Salsoul Orchestra’s early releases. Their second album titled “Nice ‘n’ Nasty” from 1976 contained many of that year’s big disco breakouts and hits. The title track is one of the classics which bring to mind the energy and power of the orchestras appeal and creation.
I have taken “Nice ‘n’ Nasty” into a Disco Video Mix along with Mae West in her 1933 comedy-romance film starring Cary Grant – the story of Tira, a bold dancing beauty and lion tamer at a fair who shimmies and sings along a small plot of drama. It flows along the risqué yet sweet edge of The Salsoul Orchestra’s number which brings the two together.
The film was directed by Wesley Ruggles
Featuring scenes from “I’m No Angel” – RENT THE DVD!
Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Produced by Ken Emmons
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