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Various - Original Soundtrack From The Documentary 'Gay Sex In The 70s' album download

Performer:

Various

Title:

Original Soundtrack From The Documentary 'Gay Sex In The 70s'

Genre:

Electronic / Funk / Stage

MP3 album size:

1898 mb

Other music formats:

TTA AC3 AUD MP3 WMA WAV MP4

Rating:

4.6 ✱

Style:

Soundtrack, House, Dialogue, Disco

Country:

US

Date of release:

2006

Various - Original Soundtrack From The Documentary 'Gay Sex In The 70s' album download

Tracklist

No Artist Intro 0:24
North End Kind Of Life (Kind Of Love) 8:46
Billy Nichols Give Your Body Up To The Music 5:46
Bobby Youngblood There's Never Been No One Like You 6:29
Taana Gardner No Frills 4:47
Loose Joints Is It All Over My Face (Female Version) 6:14
Taana Gardner Paradise Express 6:27
Philly U.S.A. Speak Well 4:15
Taana Gardner Work That Body 5:59
Colleen Heather Magic 5:24
Michele Disco Dance 5:42
Taana Gardner When You Touch Me 7:18
Bonus Anthem
Carl Bean I Was Born This Way (Gomi's Tribute Mix) 3:47

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WES2006-2 Various Original Soundtrack From The Documentary 'Gay Sex In The 70s' ‎(CD, Comp) West End Records WES2006-2 US 2006
WES2006-2 Various Original Soundtrack From The Documentary 'Gay Sex In The 70s' ‎(CD, Comp, Promo) West End Records WES2006-2 US 2006



Most tracks include brief dialogue snippets from the documentary during song intros.

The soundtrack to the documentary Gay Sex in the '70s is a showcase for Mel Cheren 's West End, one of the premier disco labels, and it provides a good balance between tracks that have ( Loose Joints ' "Is It All Over My Face") and haven't (Michele's "Disco Dance") appeared on several like-minded compilations.

Gay Sex in the 70s is a 2005 American documentary film about gay sexual culture in New York City in the 1970s. The film was directed by Joseph Lovett and encompasses the twelve years of sexual freedom bookended by the Stonewall riots of 1969 and the recognition of AIDS in 1981, and features interviews with Larry Kramer, Tom Bianchi, Barton Lidice Beneš, Rodger McFarlane, and many others.

The album is as much a testament to the production of Babyface who, through the mid-1990s, actually was the mainstream of contemporary hit music. Houston's singing is much better than her acting, and almost every song enjoyed a long tenure at the top of all the charts. Along with "I Will Always Love You" and five other Houston songs, the soundtrack also features Lisa Stansfield, Kenny G with Aaron Neville, and Joe Cocker with Sass Jordan. It documents Whitney Houston's character in the Kevin Costner movie, which required Houston to play only herself (although one hopes she wouldn't end up with someone as smarmy as Costner). The album is as much a testament to the production of Babyface who, through the mid-1990s, actually was the mainstream of contemporary hit music.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6,7/10 X. Director: David Lewis. The scenes from the 70s in the film including the candid interviews made this film worthwhile. I was lucky enough to see it at a special private screening when in new york recently, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in gay history and gay sex from 1969 onward. One aspect of the film discussed the discos and the baths. I remember a time when Manhattan had at least ten active gay bathhouses, from the ten story Man's Country to the sleazy Everard Baths. I went to all of them, and I still have my Continental Baths towel that I bought at Bloomingdales

But as for the ORIGINAL Woodstock Soundtrack, the same one you purchased in the summer of 1970, this is the best it's ever sounded. I cannot listen to these performances without picturing them from the Award-winning documentary! I found the sound quality to be excellent considering the performances are live. The memories from that era(Sadly, I wasn't there!) that the download kindles for some of us older listeners is invaluable. 3 people found this helpful.

Few observers expected that Whitney Houston’s first big-screen role in 1992’s The Bodyguard would generate a phenomenon. I Will Always Love You spent a record-shattering 14 weeks in the top slot, while The Bodyguard spent 20 weeks at number one, eventually selling over 15 million copies and winning the Grammy award for Album of the Year. Like many phenomena of that magnitude, it’s hard to see, in retrospect, what triggered such a massive public response.

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