Thursday, October 2, 2008

Earth, Wind, & Fire -- Shining Star

I figured it had been a while since I posted a rocking Burt Sugarman's Midnight Express video. Here is a classic -- Shining Star, performed in 1975.

And, although the music is great live, it is still all about the outfits. You go Mr. Bass player in all pink, you GO.

Enjoy funk, let it move your booty,



Stu Farnham said...


White guys don't have booties.

Here's a link to a different "Shining Star", this one by the Manhattans:

The Mnahattans started performing in the early 1960s, and stayed together (in various "oldies" configurations with few remaining from the original group) into the early 90s. "Shining Star" is from the mid-1970s, when they made some serious belly rubbing music.

White guys *do* rub bellies, BP, as the pending arrival of baby Maxson-Landis demonstrates.

Musically, anatomically, and reproductively yours,


Bpaul said...

your final volley and sign-off have me speechless sir.

Well done.