Village People- Macho Man/ Cassette 1978/ Casablanca/ NBL57096 C141876/ G

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Village People- Macho Man
Casablanca 1978/ Cassette

Condition: G

"Macho Man" is the second single recorded by the American disco group Village
People. It is the title song of the eponymous album (1978).

The song entered the Billboard Hot 100 on June 24, 1978[3] (when the album had
already been charting since March[4]) before picking up more airplay that
August. It became the Village People's first charting hit in the United States,
peaking on the Hot 100 at number 25 on the week of September 2.

Billboard Magazine described the song as a "spirited fast paced percussive
track highlighted by multi -part harmonies and a rugged lead vocal."

A medley with "I Am What I Am" and "Key West" reached number 4 on Billboard's
Dance Music/Club Play Singles chart.[6] On the survey of Chicago radio
superstation WLS-AM, "Macho Man" spent two weeks at number 3.

Track Listing

Side A

A1 Macho Man
A2 I Am What I Am

Side B

B1 Key West / Medley
B2a Just A Gigolo
B2b I Ain't Got Nobody
B3 Sodom And Gomorrah


Victor Willis – lead vocals
Jimmy Lee – lead guitar
Rodger Lee – rhythm guitar
Alfonso Carey – bass
Russell Dabney – drums
Peter Whitehead, Phil Kraus – percussion

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