“Think” by Alice – Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera

New Beat music took over the late 80’s in many forms. The discovery of this heavy synthesized electronic dance music is said to have been formulated by listening to instrumental electronic music at lower BPMs and taking a heavy trip into each thump of the beat and rhythm. Inspired by house music there is a contrast that is somewhat similar yet unique in its own. “Think” is a classic James Brown penned song from 1972 recorded by Lyn Collins. This cover works the heavy breakbeat and places a vocalist who may be out of her realm but plays it in a camp for new beat arousal. It is one of the early pieces to make due as a cover and utilize the formula in an innovative way.

I have taken scenes from the 1980 comedy “The Blues Brothers” and appropriately using the Aretha Franklin segment to complete this somewhat twisted interpretation.

The film was directed by John Landis

Featuring scenes from “The Blues Brothers” – Stream It or RENT THE DVD!
Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Produced by Ken Emmons
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