Teen disco sensation France Joli is now just entering her fifties. Causi reminisced about how his program director at WKTU ran into his studio, handed him a 12-inch remix version of the latest Joli single and ordered him to play it immediately. Causi said that as soon as it hit the airways, the station's "switchboard lit-up like a Christmas tree" with fans asking for it to be played over and over. The years have been kind to Joli's golden voice. As she belted out her three disco anthems ("Feel Like Dancing," "Heart To Break The Heart" And "Gonna Get Over You") to the enthusiastic audience. Disco Unlimited was brought back on stage to back Joli on her biggest hit "Come To Me" and virtually every woman in the crowd could be seen singing alongsome were even pantomiming and acting out the verses.
As the evening came to a close and its participants (both performers and concert-goers) were transported back to the present, they all seemed happy that they had the opportunity to return to that simpler time when (to them) all they really needed was some good friends, some good music and a beat that they could dance to. On this evening they had just that.
Learning Jazz gave me a masters degree in music. Jazz is American Classical Music, came
out of a need to be heard, to be understood, a voice when black America did not have one.
This is why the music is more than just an art form, it was created from blood, guts and heart
of those who suffered in this world. Its not to be taken lightly. If you do take it lightly it will
never sound right. Thank you to all the courageous musicians who made the world hear
them, their innovation came out of their experiences of the time that they lived. A treasure to
the world. American Classical Music. Imitate, Assimilate, Innovate a quote by Clark Terry.