I heard a song in yoga class that I enjoyed very much but never had a chance to ask what is was. It's in f minor and has a strong beat. The tempo, key, and feel is quite reminiscent of "Staying Alive" and "Another one Bites the Dust". The words "let it shine" are repeated multiple times consecutively, in several locations. Could anybody name the song? Thanks :)
I have a couple of guesses, though I'm not sure if any of them are correct since a little more detail might be necessary to answer the question with confidence.
- "Let It Shine" by Santana
- "Let It Shine" by Al Green
- "Let It Shine" by The Hochers
Take That : "Let it Shine" ??
It's in a minor key, has a strong beat, and while it isn't exactly 70's disco, it has some of that same sound. And it repeats "let it shine" over and over.
"So come on See the light on your face Let it shine Just let it shine Let it shine."
Perhaps it's "Age of Aquarius" by The 5th Dimension: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjxSCAalsBE
The latter half of the song, they repeat "Let the sunshine; let the sunshine in; the sunshine in..."
Turn On Your Lovelight has the same refrain.. Not sure I would expect it in a yoga class, but hey, you never can tell ;-)
I guess it is not this song, but by your description, "Stayin' alive" and "Another one bites the dust", this might seem the song: "Shine a little love", from Electric Light Orchestra (ELO). It has a disco tempo and chorus, as in "Stayin' Alive", also high pitched harmonies as in "Stayin' Alive", and a clear bass line, as in "Another one bites the dust". It begins somehow slow. However, I don't see it being played in a yoga class.