Best-known for performing the theme music from your 1978 disco film Thank God It’s Fri — that was probably disco’s most well-known movie following to Sunday Night Fever — Love and Kisses was the creation of producer/songwriter Alec R. Costandinos. With Like and Kisses, Costandinos tended to prefer lush, shiny orchestral plans and extended shows; it wasn’t unusual for a Like and Kisses quantity to last 14 moments or even more. Because a lot of the materials dragged on such a long time, radio developers tended to timid away from Like and Kisses’ LPs. Nevertheless, the Say thanks to God It’s Fri theme (which just arrived as an individual and wasn’t on some of Like and Kisses’ albums) do enjoy a large amount of radio airplay, and Like and Kisses acquired no problem attractive to membership DJs. Like and Kisses agreed upon with Casablanca in 1977 as well as the group documented three albums for this label — 1977’s Like and Kisses, 1978’s JUST HOW MUCH, How Much I REALLY LIKE You, and 1979’s YOU NEED TO Be Like — before contacting it quits in 1979.