http://djbuddybeaverhausen.blogspot.com/2012/03/dj-buddy-bs-q-with-author-johnny-morgan.html). The coffee-table book, sumptuously illustrated, is still selling at Manhattan's gay general store, Rainbows & Triangles.
The back-to-disco diversion has positively glitter-balled into a movement. Manhattan clubs, like B. B. King's, have showcased disco artitsts; Michael Musto has a recurring Disco Night at 54 Below (the club beneath the old Studio 54); the new Resorts International casino in Flushing frequently books disco entertainers (The Village People; the upcoming First Ladies of Disco night) and, across the nation, clubs, bars and lounges are multiplying with classic disco night offerings. This phenomenon deserves closer inspection, but for now, let's focus on Bloomigdale's disco-themed windows on Lexington Avenue in Manhattan.
The window series highlights designer fashions sold at Bloomy's, with retro-progresso surroundings of undeniable dancefloor fabulousness.
Have a look at the photos below. And put on your favorite dance tunes for background music as you do. With disco, baby, style and ambience are everything!