Alicia Bridges scored big in 1978 with “I REALLY LIKE the Nightlife (Disco ‘Circular),” a celebratory disco one that reached amount five in the Billboard Hot 100. It had been her biggest minute in music and produced her self-titled debut, released on Polydor, an absolute area of the feel-good disco picture from the past due ’70s. The blues-tinged “Gemstone in the Tough” and “Damaged Woman” had been mildly effective, but Bridges hardly ever regained her disco reign. She released yet another record for Polydor, 1979’s Play It since it Lays, then resolved into a group of indie recordings and compilations, such as for example 1984’s Hocus Pocus, 2007’s State It Sister and 2008’s FauxDiva XX — that explored a wider selection of inspirations. “I REALLY LIKE the Nightlife” continues to be included on a large number of disco compilations, like the soundtrack going back Times of Disco (which also features an revise from Experts at Work’s Nuyorican Soul task).