Face to Face was a New Wave quintet from Boston, Massachusetts.
They recently started playing this song at work. So, I thought I’d rate it. I vaguely remember it from the 80s. I think I like it better now than I did then. It’s kind of catchy. Face to Face is supposed to be a new wave band. At least that’s what the internet says. It doesn’t sound new wave to me at all.
On a scale from 35 to 98, I’d give this song a 75. The tempo is just a tad bit too slow, making it almost undanceable. Also, they forgot all about the number 7 in the song.
TSOP by MFSB and Three Degrees
MFSB (Mother Father Sister Brother)(or for those in the know Mother Fuckin’ Son of a Bitch) was a pool of more than thirty studio musicians based at Philadelphia’s famed Sigma Sound Studios.
They were very influential in helping establish the disco sound.
TSOP was used as the Soul Train theme song. It went to number one on the Billboard charts during the weeks of April 20th and 27th in 1974.
Love’s Theme by Love Unlimited Orchestra
The Love Unlimited Orchestra was a 40 piece orchestra formed by Barry White. It went to no. 1 the week of Feb. 9 in 1974.
This song is one of the most fabulous pieces of instrumental pop ever written.
Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas
This is a song written and performed by Jamaican Carl Douglas. It went to no. 1 the weeks of Dec. 7th and 14th in 1974. It is considered a one-hit wonder.
“Heart of Gold” is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young. Released from the 1972 album Harvest, it is so far Young’s only U.S. #1 single.
I bought it at a record store called Mad Cats when I was in the 9th grade. It was the first record that I ever bought there.
Though I know you and I are through
My lips just can’t say no to you