There's something so perfectly Seventies about producer Tony Camillo assembling an anonymous studio group named Bazuka and recording a song based solely on the catchphrase of Jimmie Walker's J.J. Evans character on GOOD TIMES. And the fact that "Dynomite" made the BILLBOARD Top Ten and then was almost totally forgotten is the icing on the cake. It is almost the Perfect Storm of 1970s pop music.
...To be honest, I keep expecting more things like this to start happening in the current music environment.
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