“Fly, Robin, Fly” by Silver Convention – Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera

Silver Convention helped to introduce the right ingredients for disco music in 1974 with “Save Me” – a studio project from German producers, Michael Kunze and Sylvester Levay. The infection bass and strings became the pop sound which, not only captivated dance floors – it also influenced new style music to become a phenomena.

“Fly, Robin, Fly” is not doubt one of Silver Convention’s most recognizable tracks. I have taken the classic and formed a cross between sci-fi camp and the essence of disco. The 1956 monster epic “Rodan” is used as the “candy” in this crazy Disco Video Mix. The Japanese film was another piece of the filmmaking from Toho Films and made fantasy come to life for adventurous viewers. The giant pterodactyl wreaks havoc on Japan as the disco dolls can almost be heard singing, “Fly, Rodan, Fly”!

The film was directed by Ishiro Honda

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

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