Lets Dance - Lets Dance album
Title: Lets Dance
Date of release: 1984
Size MP3: 1398 mb
Size FLAC: 1454 mb
Format: WAV MMF VOC RA MP2 AHX TTA
Let's Dance is the 15th studio album by David Bowie. It was originally released in April 1983, almost three years after his previous album, Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)
Let's dance) (Let's dance) (Let's dance) Put on your red shoes and dance the blues (Let's dance) To the song they're playing on the radio (Let's sway) While colour lights up your face (Let's sway) Sway through the crowd to an empty space. Let's dance) (Let's dance) (Let's dance) For fear your grace should fall (Let's dance).
After summing up his maverick tendencies on Scary Monsters, David Bowie aimed for the mainstream with Let's Dance. Let's Dance comes tearing out of the gate, propulsed by the skittering "Modern Love," the seductively menacing "China Girl," and the brittle funk of the title track
The title track to Bowie's 15th album, "Let's Dance," was produced by Nile Rodgers, who was responsible for the album's funky sound. The pub featured in the video 'Lets Dance' was the Carinda pub in NSW. I know, I spent a bit of time there when I was a young chap. -) Jema from South Portland, MeI really love the intro to this song. I replay it a bunch before I listen to the whole song. This is totally random but my little sister has sparkly red shoes and it seems that whenever she wears them she's also wearing a blue shirt. I always think of the line "Put on your red shoes and. dance the blues". LETS DANCE! I don't like how Bowie copied the Isley Brothers/The Beatles with the progressing 'Awh, Awhh, Awhhhh' part. It just reminds me of Twist and Shout too much.
Let's Dance Jan Schulte-Bunert.