Mel Larch dances it up bigtime as the ladies take over Friday afternoon on The AIR. The AIR is PopCult’s sister radio station. You can hear our shows on The AIR website, or just click on the embedded player found elsewhere on this page.
At 2 PM, Mel Larch uncorks a new MIRRORBALL! The AIR’s showcase of classic Disco music shines it’s sparkly spotlight on classic Disco tracks featurng female vocalists. It’s “Ladies Night,” only without that particular song, which of course, was sung by dudes. A special side note this week is the very Disco-sounding opening track by an artist who isn’t usually associated with Disco music.
Mel wanted to pay tribute to Olivia Newton John, who died earlier this week, and she found just the right song for the job.
For one hour you can go back to the Golden Age of Disco, with women leading the charge.
Check out the playlist…
Oliva Newton John “Xanadu”
Yvonne Elliman “If I Can’t Have You”
Diana Ross “Love Hangover”
Donna Summer “Rumor Has It”
Esther Phillips “What A Difference A Day Makes”
Gloria Gaynor “I Will Survive”
Gladys Knight & The Pips “Come Back and Finish What You Started”
Tina Charles “I Love To Love”
Odyssey “Native New Yorker”
Frantique “Strut Your Funky Stuff”
Blondie “Call Me”
5000 Volts “I’m On Fire”
Vicki Sue Robinson “Turn The Beat Around”
Baccara “Sorry I’m A Lady”
Labelle “Lady Marmalade”
You can hear MIRRORBALL every Friday at 2 PM, with replays Sunday at 11 PM, Monday at 9 AM, and Tuesday at 1 PM exclusively on The AIR.
At 3 PM, we’ll be replaying Sydney Fileen’s a classic episode of Sydney’s Big Electric Cat. You can find the playlist and background info HERE.
Sydney’s Big Electric Cat is produced at Haversham Recording Institute in London, and can be heard every Friday at 3 PM, with replays Saturday afternoon, Monday at 7 AM, Tuesday at 8 PM, Wednesday at Noon and Thursday at 10 AM, exclusively on The AIR.
Friday at 9 PM you can tune in for a three hours of classic stand-up on The Comedy Vault, with George Carlin, Robin Williams and Eddie Griffin.
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