One of the greatest musical period pieces of all time, Saturday Night Fever is famous for variety of things including introducing John Travolta‘s acting and dancing skills to the world and the 16 million selling Bee Gees soundtrack that helped to solidify the film’s four decade plus lasting power.

43 years since its November 12, 1977 premier the Disco-centric motion picture gave birth to the Album of The Year at the 21st Grammy Awards on February 15th, 1979 sitting atop the Billboard album chart for 24 weeks from January to July 1978 featuring such classic songs as the Bee Gee’s penned “Stayin’ Alive,” “Night Fever,” “More Than a Woman,” and others.

To relive the best moments of the film’s 43 year history, have a listen to the legendary Saturday Night Fever soundtrack that introduced Disco music to mainstream pop culture and was added to the National Recording Registry in the Library of Congress for its cultural significance.

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