“Love Rush” by Ann Margret – Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Ann Margret hit the disco scene in 1980 with her disco project produced by the gifted producer and musician, Paul Sabu. This was a moment in disco history which was the biggest gift under the tree. Following Sabu’s productions with Debbie Jacobs (“Don’ You Want My Love”, “High On Your Love”), Sister Power, his solo effort, “We’re Gonna Rock” – his style of dance music had already become contagious.
“Love Rush” is the big single and is a stage for Margret to give the disco performance of her lifetime – complete with the sexy-kitten edge a la-disco. It is one of my favorite camp treats and a big club hit on the dance floor for me.
I have taken Ann Margret’s 1963 musical comedy “Bye Bye Birdie” and created a Disco Video Mix utilizing the dance sequences and Ann’s on screen sex appeal. The film is based on the phenomenon of singer, Elvis Presley in the 50s and his being drafted in the United States Army in 1957.
The film was directed by George Sidney
Featuring scenes from “Bye Bye Birdie” – RENT THE DVD!
Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Produced by Ken Emmons