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Can Flora achieve happiness for herself as well as healing the lives of her eccentric family?
During WWII, because of restrictions set in place by the Nazi occupiers, jazz dance halls in Occupied France played records instead of using live music.
Eventually more than one of these jazz venues had the proper name discothèque.
By 1964, discotheque and the shorthand disco were used to describe a type of sleeveless dress worn when going out to nightclubs.The Starkadders are an assortment of rustic, uncouth, and truly eccentric characters, each of whom has a hurdle (be it physical, emotional, or spiritual) to overcome before reaching his or her potential.Flora quickly realises that, as a modern twentieth-century woman, she can resolve these situations once she has assessed and solved each character's problems.By 1959, the term was used in Paris to describe any of these type of nightclubs.
That year, a young reporter named Klaus Quirini started to select and introduce records at the Scotch-Club in Aachen, West Germany.Many disco songs use electronic synthesizers, particularly in the late 1970s.Well-known 1970s and 1980s disco performers included: Vicki Sue Robinson, Yvonne Elliman, Grace Jones, Divine, Lime, Thelma Houston, Diana Ross, Cher, Cheryl Lynn, Donna Summer, the Bee Gees, Boney M., Claudja Barry, Billy Ocean, Cerrone, Dan Hartman, Madonna, Miquel Brown, Chaka Khan, KC and the Sunshine Band, the Trammps, Marlena Shaw, Sylvester, Village People, Gloria Gaynor, Amii Stewart, and Chic.Disco was a key influence in the later development of electronic dance music and house music.