Filed under: 80's, Aerobic Instructions, Dutch, Uncategorized, Workout | Tags: 12", aerobic, disco, funky, instruction, lp, record
Another aerobic instruction record. Not the most interesting one in my collection, only a few actual spoken instructions. But I’m sharing it anyway because I do like them all.
Here’s some funky samples:
Download the whole record here (55mb).
Filed under: 80's, Aerobic Instructions, Dutch, Instructions, Workout | Tags: 1983, aerobic, Arrival records, diso, doris d, lp, record
Doris D was a singer/dancer who scored some some disco hits in the dutch charts in the early eighties. She was originally from the UK but moved to the Netherlands as you (well, the Dutch visitors here at least) will hear from her accent.
The instruction poster is still included by the way which makes this record extra awesome!
Tracklist: (all tracks by Doris D & The Pins)
Midnight / Silver Spaceman / Higher and Higher / Jamaica / Cooldown
Here’s a preview:
Get funky (27mb)
Filed under: 80's, Aerobic Instructions, Dutch, Instructions, Uncategorized, Workout | Tags: 12", aerobic dancing, dance, disco, lp, penney de jager, record, stereo found, vinyl
“Dance Yourself Fit (with Penney de Jager)”
Aerobic instruction records are fun and very eighties. This one is no exception, it comes with a poster and the sensual instructions by that girl on the cover are accompanied by lots of cliche disco songs (e.g. YMCA, In The Navy, Dancing Queen, I Will Survive…).
Here’s a preview:
Get in shape here (40mb)
Filed under: 80's, Aerobic Instructions, Dutch, Instructions, Workout | Tags: 1983, aerobic dancing, instrukties, Ron Brandsteder, Workout
This is a classic! This is why I love cratedigging: Finding a record like this in a dusty box under a table in a musty thriftstore makes it all worthwhile! I found this quite a few years ago, can’t remember when but gems like these keep my hobby going. Every once in a while browsing through crates at fleamarkets a copy of this record pops up and there’s many people who own it as well so it’s not very rare but it’s still a favorite.
Ron Brandsteder (that supposedly funny guy on the cover) is a dutch tv host (and singer) since the seventies. The aerobic instructions are very cheesy and he can hardly keep up the pace and rhythm of the disco beats. It’s all pretty horrible!
- Suzie Q. – Shake It Up, Shake Your Body (3:00)
- Ritchie Family – This Love’s on Me – Tonight I Need to Have Your Love (4:10)
- Carol Jiani – X-rated [Remix] (3:00)
- Future World Orchestra – Theme from E.T. (3:00)
- Lee Prentiss – Have I the Right (3:00)
- Aerobic Kids – Fame (3:30)
- Raw Silk – Do It to the Music (4:00)
Listen to a preview:
Get the 25 minute workout here (23 mb.)