Thursday, April 2, 2009

Blast from the past

Can you imagine turning up at Carnie dressed like this? I think the music is good though. Enjoy..


  1. Good madness. Forget the outfits, I want to dance like that in carnivore. Anyone?

  2. LMAO, Tamaku do you belong to the Soul Train generation as I do? lol

  3. Hi Anon,

    Eh, I can't wait to see you there with your crew. Lol! x

    Hello Anengiyefa,

    WTF is soul train!? LMAO, I do sooo belong to that generation. Aaah, you wicked, wicked man, now everyone knows I'm not a twink! Lol. I used to dream of being a dancer on the show. Sadly, (many say thankfully) it never happened! x x

  4. Old is gold! These were the days of our lives!

    Brought back good memories of my mum's shining outfit that she liked to wear during parties.

  5. How did anyone emerge non-queer from the seventies and eighties? I was looking at Boney M record covers. Queer! So Queer!

    Even the sound was queer!

  6. Hi Pater Nostra,

    Memories (such as music) are what make life worth living. I heard it said somewhere that 'despite the high cost of living it still remains popular!' This music reminds me of the old party days. sigh. x

    Hi blksyn,

    Thanks for checking out the vid. Lol, don't get me started on Boney M, Shalamar, Commodores, etc! Have a lovely weekend. x

  7. Tamaku, Don Cornelius would be proud of you for keeping up the tradition..

  8. this is so damn good... makes me miss Nairobi....

  9. this is so damn good......flashbacks of pure innocence and bliss...miss Nairobi

  10. Hi Anengiyefa,

    Lol, our youth was definitely not misspent then. My parents didn't agree at the time though. x

    Hi Life In Fashion,

    Glad you like it. I just close my eyes and I'm transported to Foxxy's disco....mmmm. x

  11. lord! i shudder to imagine seeing anyone dressed like that. the colours, the cuts, the pants!!! horrifying! lol

  12. Hi Amelia,

    And after all that they went and blew most of the money away!


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