Meet Jim Douglas, a down-on-his-luck race car driver who lives in an old run-down fire house in San Francisco with his friend Tennessee Steinmetz, a occasional drunk mechanic. One day, Jim went to a luxury car dealer and surprisingly seen a strange Volkswagon Beetle with a unusual problem, it tends to drive on it's own almost having its own mind. Then this car drove all the way to Jim's home. Believing that the owner of the car dealership Peter Thorndyke, planted the car on him.
Herbie is a car - but no ordinary car. The story follows the Volkswagon Beetle with a mind of its own from the showroom to the race track, with various close escapes in between. Three further Herbie movies were to follow.
Tina Charles (born 10 March 1954) is an English singer who achieved success as a disco artist in the mid to late 1970s. Her most successful single was the no. 1 hit "I Love to Love (But My Baby Loves to Dance)" in 1976.
Bumblebee Unlimited was a studio concept of producers/songwriters/arrangers Gregory Carmichael and Patrick Adams that merged hot disco music with sped up vocals to suggest singing bugs. One track even makes a sly reference to "Fly of the Bumblebee." The vocalists who get "bug-a-zied" include Leroy Burgess and Carmichael. Burgess is most recognizable on the bouncy "I Love You," which is similar to his work on Phreek's "Everybody Loves a Good Thing" and 'Honey Bunn." There's even a mack daddy bee on "Lady Bug," which is also represented in its 12" version. Other standouts include "Space Shuttle Ride," the thumpin' and humpin' "Love Bug," the bass epic "Funk For Days," and "Everybody Dance" – not the Chic hit – which can also be found on Star Funk, Vol. 29. You can definitely hear the roots of house music in this album that is slammin' through and through. Get stung today! Originally issued as a 1979 RCA LP, Quebec label.