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Solid Gold Dancers – Season 5 – Episode 29 / Peter Brown

From April 6,1985. The SOLID GOLD DANCERS in the Top 10 Countdown and an on-stage performance with Peter Brown (he wrote “Material Girl” for Madonna). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Please note where the music is muted or there is an audio overlay, WARNER MUSIC GROUP owns/leases the rights to the song and won’t let it be played, unless they get paid. There was so much muted audio in this video (and because I didn’t have the closing dance number) I over layed an instrumental version of the SOLID GOLD theme during the last dance routine for some sound. My sincerest apologies in advance! ~lbCharmed1~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Please remember to RATE, SUBSCRIBE, FAVORIE & COMMENT if you enjoyed this video. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Responses to “Solid Gold Dancers – Season 5 – Episode 29 / Peter Brown”

  1. lbCharmed1 says:

    @bmayer00 – actually, for a period of about a year and a half (during which this video was uploaded) WMG was muting ALL videos that had any music from their artists or licensees. It wasn’t just Prince that got muted.

  2. bmayer00 says:

    @lbCharmed1
    Prince had a major beef with Warner’s if there is any payback on the part of Warner’s to not play his music or else for fear of lawsuit with Prince again would be why his music is not heard here.

  3. lbCharmed1 says:

    @jayjames5 Unfortunately, no. Everything about a TV show is copyrighted and owned by various folks. And with music it get more convoluted since each song is owned by a label and if that song was a cover then there’s more than one label involved

  4. jayjames5 says:

    @lbCharmed1 Wasn’t this broadcast on public airwaves, doesn’t that make it public domain?

  5. doubleolove says:

    Crystal Gayle was wrong- this was not Peter Brown’s first hit record. That was 7 years before. “Zie Zie” was his worst as far as I’m concerned.

  6. lilkan8ter says:

    gee i wonder why this “Rick Dean” person wants to host THAT show…..solid gold dancers…..anything stand out there..? just wondering…

  7. sandrapoet says:

    Don’t you love seeing these old clothes and I think to myself, “WHAT WERE WE THINKING?”

  8. reymatt76 says:

    You should encourage anyone who has a comment about muting and censorship to write to you personally instead of in this forum! Besides who wants to hear about all that legal greedy mumbo jumbo, we’re here for the dancers :)

  9. desertlonghair says:

    So sad that Peter Brown’s “Snap” LP never was released on CD… still got my vinyl copy though!

  10. syouyun says:

    It is so painful to watch Rick Dees trying to groove with the solid gold dancers

  11. lbCharmed1 says:

    I know. I almost feel guilty that I get to enjoy it the way it aired back in the day . (Notice I said “almost”)

    But I do feel bad that I have to mute all that great 80′s music!!

  12. Lana2k6 says:

    Another great compilation…sadly ruined by WB’s censorship. I have a feeling that it’s only going to get worse. Further proof that Warners is run by idiots.

    I suppose, however, we can “listen” to the muted songs in our heads…

  13. zgreggz83 says:

    Love the ripped short shorts on the dancers. Must be an illusion since actually the standard dance attire shows more but is not as alluring. What do others think? Thanks for the upload.

  14. lbCharmed1 says:

    You had to go and say something. The very next post got muted because of that Chicago song and I have now had to re-edit the thing for posting!!

  15. DENo1MatchGameFan says:

    Of course at the time, Mick was signed to Columbia Records, so that may be why it was okay to show, but I know that “Chicago 17″ was on Full Moon/Warner Brothers Records, and even today, they are on Rhino, which is another subsidiary of the dreaded WB…

  16. lbCharmed1 says:

    Shhhhhh! Actually Chicago was on Full Moon Records and they had agreements with different companies. Maybe Warner only got the movie soundtrack stuff, idk. As for Mick, I don’t know why it hasn’t been caught but I am not saying nothing!!

  17. DENo1MatchGameFan says:

    I’m surprised that you were able to get “Along Comes A Woman” from Chicago, and “Just Another Night” from Mick Jagger, as Chicago was on Warner Brothers at the time, and Mick’s song is now released by Atlantic Records, a subsidiary of Warner.

  18. lbCharmed1 says:

    I thought the #10 song was gonna get the video muted. For some reason it didn’t. Thank goodness for small miracles.

  19. lbCharmed1 says:

    Same with me. Many of these I saw for the 1st time this year!

  20. shphf says:

    Really enjoying these S5 episodes, most of which I missed because I was away at college.

    This was a great episode. The dancers got huge screen time; 9 of 10 countdowns, dance-along with Peter Brown, and the 1975 song.

    Thanks so much!

  21. psycboy says:

    Wow, the Top 3 songs all muted (not counting the Solid Gold theme song inserted in the #1 song). That must be a first!

  22. BennettBB says:

    This season actually was the best…until Lezlie left. Then Darcel came back, Cooley stayed around……then it went from the best to “mmmm…..great, but…..”

  23. lbCharmed1 says:

    Merci pour ta commentaire!

  24. lbCharmed1 says:

    Well this show just ROCKS!! ;-)

  25. exsolidgold says:

    Grand une part supérieure complète dix

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