“Walk The Night” by The Skatt Brothers – Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
The Skatt Brothers released their first album in 1979 – “Strange Spirits” produced by Ian Guenther and Willi Morrison (of THP Orchestra, Sticky Fingers, Grand Tour and Duncan Sisters). The project had several dance floor hits and explored an alternative to Village People with an all-male line up in a macho-sexy aura. The track “Walk The Night” mimicked a hardcore sadomasochistic scene with a touch on a rock edge in disco format. One of the great underground sleaze tracks of the disco era.
I have created a Disco Video Mix taking scenes from the 1964 William Castle psychological suspense thriller, “The Night Walker” – where “Creeper” from our disco track is the villains and nightmares within this story. It is one of the earliest horror matinees I experienced as a child of 3!!! So it still haunts my memory as well as paint an appropriate gallery for this Disco Video Mix.
The film was directed by William Castle
Featuring scenes from “The Night Walker” – RENT THE DVD!
Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Produced by Ken Emmons