Fan Makes Video Edit For The Bee Gees’ ‘You Should Be Dancing’. He Did An AMAZING Job.

The Bee Gees were a force of nature when the “Saturday Night Live” soundtrack came out. They became one of the most popular bands in the world, and it was all because of their infectious music. It’s nearly impossible to listen to this and not want to move around in one’s seat. Believe me, I tried. This video for “You Should Be Dancing” soon had me testing the hinges of my chair.

The video is not an official one for the song – the person who uploaded it edited footage of a Bee Gees concert movie and parts of “Saturday Night Fever” to make it all flow. I think he did a good job. When I first started watching it, I thought it was an official video. Could have fooled me. Perhaps the person who uploaded it is a professional video editor. Wouldn’t surprise me at all.

This was one of the five songs that were on the “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack, and the song itself went to No. 1 on the charts when it came out in 1976. It was also used as the background music for one of the biggest scenes in the movie, when Manero took over the dance floor. Unlike some of the other Bee Gee songs that were on the soundtrack, this one had been previously released.

The Bee Gees had a pretty famous musician playing timbales on the song – Stephen Stills, who was part of that little-known band Crosby, Stills & Nash. Well, maybe if you lived on another planet, you might not know who that group was. Stills even joked that the “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack was his only platinum single for a while. So if this has an extra bounce to the percussion, you know why.

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