Kenwood - Seventies Dance Show / Play That Funky Music feat. Kathy Griffin (1994) :30 (USA)

Having starred in a few Pytka ads by now, Kathy Griffin is cast as the singer at a seventies dance show. However, her version of "Play That Funky Music" sounds like a beat poet's interpretation of the song as there is no background music or singing. They should have invested in a Kenwood speaker system.

Reminds me a little, insight only, of the UK "I need to hear it on a Maxwell" 1990 adverts. See Into The Valley and The Israelites in adland's commercial archive.

Client: Kenwood
Tagline: If you're not listening to a Kenwood, there might as well be no music at all.
Production Company: Pytka
Director: Joe Pytka
Executive Producer: Vincent Joliet
Producer: Naia Hall
Advertising Agency: Citron, Haligman, Bedecarre
Agency Creative Directors: Kirk Citron, Matt Haligman
Agency Art Director: Bob Pullum
Agency Copywriter: Bryan Behar
Agency Producer: Matt Haligman, Bob Sodik
Editorial Company: Pytka
Editor: Adam Liebowitz
Principal Talent: Kathy Griffith

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