Label: Universal Music TV - 9835994-5 Format: 3x, CD Compilation Country: UK Genre: Pop
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Dance Compilation Duration: CD No. Very good Time left: She Bop - Cyndi Lauper 3. Product Ultimate. Condition is brand New. Condition of the CD and inserts is good. There are some scratches and scuff mark Last Night - Dance Party Dancers. Goodness Gracious - Dance Party Dancers. They appeared to be dancing in the water. When Gaye read the original lyrics, however, he said the song sounded more danceable.
With Gaye and Stevenson collaborating, the duo composed the single with Kim Weston in mind to record the song. Reeves recounted that she initially regarded the song as too repetitive.
The song took on a different meaning when riots in inner-city America led to many young black demonstrators citing the song as a civil rights anthem to social change which also led to some radio stations taking the song off its play list because certain black advocates such as H.
Rap Brown began playing the song while organising demonstrations. The first is the one Martha Reeves asserted to reporters in England. The British journalist wanted to know if Reeves agreed, as many people had claimed, that "Dancing in the Street" was a call to riot. To Reeves, the query was patently absurd. While Berry Gordy had created the Black Forum label to preserve black thought and creative writing, he kept the Motown record label and the popular hits it produced from being too political.
These local agendas, which reflected the unique concerns of African Americans living in the urban north, both responded to and reconfigured the national civil rights campaign" Smith The movement lent the song its secondary meaning and the song with its second meaning fanned the flames of unrest. This song and others like it and its associated political meanings did not exist in a vacuum. It was a partner with its social environment and they both played upon each other creating meaning that could not have been brought on by one or the other alone.
The song therefore became a call to reject peace for the chance that unified unrest could bring about the freedom that suppressed minorities all across the United States so craved.
Mama Cass Elliot sang the lead vocal, while the other members did their harmonies in the background. This version featured an instrumental section. At the Monterey Pop Festival in , the Mamas and the Papas ended their set with "Dancing in the Street" before Elliot told the audience at the festival: It reached No.
The rock band Grateful Dead began performing "Dancing in the Street" live in , and through played the song about 40 times, with Ron "Pigpen" McKernan singing lead. The song returned to their rotation in with Bob Weir taking the lead vocal, and was played about 80 more times before being retired in Live recordings from both periods have been released. In that second period, the group recorded a cover version of the song in the studio, and released it as a single taken from their album Terrapin Station , with the title track on the B-side.
Bassist Phil Lesh has described "Dancing in the Street" as the first song the band stretched out in the live setting from a short pop song into drawn out improvisational jam piece, a practice that would become a Grateful Dead signature.
The American southern rock band Black Oak Arkansas recorded a cover version of "Dancing in the Street", and released it as a single in , taken from their studio album Street Party. This version features heavy use of the electric guitar , played by Eddie Van Halen. Speaking about the cover, group member David Lee Roth said: These are good songs.
Van Halen released "Dancing in the Street" as the second single from their studio album Diver Down. Their version attracted decent commercial success, reaching the top 40 on the US Billboard Hot chart and becoming a top 15 hit on the Canadian Singles Chart.
A hit cover version of "Dancing in the Street" was recorded by the English rock icons Mick Jagger and David Bowie as a duo in , to raise money for the Live Aid famine relief cause. The original plan was to perform a track together live, with Bowie performing at Wembley Stadium and Jagger at John F. Release ASIN: BWJHT [ info ].
Barrett Strong. Shop Around guitar: The Miracles. Postman membranophone: The Marvelettes. Do You Love Me? The Contours.
You Beat Me to the Punch recording of: Mary Wells. Fingertips, Part 2 membranophone: Stevie Wonder. Love Is Like a Heat Wave producer: Martha and The Vandellas. My Guy trumpet: The Supremes.
Dancing in the Street producer: Marvin Gaye. My Girl drums drum set: The Temptations. In the Name of Love background vocals: Four Tops. Tracks of My Tears part of: Uptight lead vocals: Going to a Go-Go recording of: What Becomes of the Brokenhearted recording of: Jimmy Ruffin.
Jimmy Mack recording of: Your Precious Love vocals: I Heard It Through the Grapevine cover recording of: I Heard It Through the Grapevine drums drum set: My Whole World Ended. David Ruffin. I Want You Back drums drum set: Up the Ladder to the Roof arranger: The Spinners. War performer: Edwin Starr. The Tears of a Clown guitar: Smiling Faces Sometimes.
The Undisputed Truth. Neither One of Us. Russell Conway trumpet player track 8 Herbert Williams trumpet player track 8. Nur in meinen Gedanken Just My Imagination. What Becomes of the Brokenhearted writer: Dave Blumberg executive producer: Berry Gordy producer: Hal Davis cover recording of: You Are Everything writer: Thom Bell and Linda Creed publisher: Warner Chappell Music Ltd.
No Escape. Into The Wild Style. Madness Revisited. So Damn Tough. Pussy Poison. Mokum Records. Sell This Version.
Metal Mind Records. His heart-string tugging falsetto sits front and centre in this slowburning beauty. Motown knew what being in love felt like, but, even better, knew what falling out of love was like.
Girls, we feel you. The first ever Motown single to hit Number 1 in the Billboard pop chart, this doo-wop ditty features Marvin Gaye on drums.
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