"Bolero" by Kebekelektrik - Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera

“Bolero” is a piece composed by Maurice Ravel for ballet in 1928. In 1977 producers Gino Soccio and Pat Deserio included a synth-based disco version on the debut LP for the studio session. The group titled Kebekelektrik is actually a synonym for “Quebec Electric” - since both producers are from Canada.

The disco version is more of a metaphor for the trance-like feel of electronic disco which began to take over with many new variations in the late 70’s. The LP by Kebekelektrik also contained 2 big dance tracks, “Magic Fly” and “Ware Dance” - the project was mixed by the legendary Tom Moulton.

I have taken scenes from Blake Edwards’ 1979 comedy, “10” starring Dudley Moore and Bo Derek - the film outlines a middle aged man searching through is mid-life crisis and his sexual fantasies and reality. This is more of an homage to Bo Derek and the scenes which made her a drop shadow for sexuality in the early 80’s.

Featuring scenes from “10” - RENT THE DVD!
Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Produced by Ken Emmons

Dedicated to Mr. Tom Moulton - for the many years of his talents working the dance floors around the world.

Video footage used on these projects are used soley to promote purchase of the DVD or CD/MP3.

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