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8 thoughts on “ Lets All Chant - Various - Dance Classics - The Mix (Vinyl)

  1. LETS ALL CHANT Dance/performance number 98 by Legs & Co _____ Performed by Michael Zager Band and reaching number 8 in the UK charts _____ Original broadcast date 20/04/78 Duration of dance -- mins _____ Dancers -- Gill, Lulu, Patti, Pauline, Rosie, Sue _____ The Legs & Co attendance register so far after 98 dances Pauline 94 Sue 91 Lulu 91 Gill 90 Rosie 91 Patti 90 _____ A link to the.
  2. Nov 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Disco Sluts - Lets All Chant (Club Mix) YouTube LETS ALL CHANT - Air Raid Dance Remix (MC Kokto) - Duration: GavstarVision 39, views.
  3. LET'S DANCE CLASSICS is a collection composed by three volumes of the most successful national and international dance tunes released by FMA Records on its historical labels No Colors Records and Bull & Butcher Recordings. LET'S DANCE CLASSICS is an exciting journey across the dance music world of the 90s and the new millenium.
  4. This disc, originally a two record set, contains seldom found, once popular dance tracks: Marlena Shaw's "Touch Me In The Morning," Jackie Moore's incredible "This Time Baby," Deniece Williams' "I've Got The Next Dance," Dan Hartman's "Relight My Fire." All cuts are in the extended versions.4/5(7).
  5. Released in LET’S ALL CHANT was a disco classic and DJ staple and features an impressive number of musicians including a 12 piece brass section. LET’S ALL CHANT, the single from the album of the same name was a massive hit. It reached the #1 spot in the Disco chart as well as reaching #15 R&B and #38 in the Hot It also.
  6. Let's All Chant Format: Audio CD. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD "Please retry" — — — Vinyl "Please retry" $ — $ Audio CD — Vinyl $ 2 Used from $ Special offers and product promotions. Amazon Business: For business-only pricing, quantity discounts.
  7. This album from the heyday of disco includes at least three underground club classics: Le's All Chant by the Michael Zager Band, a weird chant that was a disco Number One in and also made it big on the pop charts, Whitney's mom Cissy Houston's magnificent Think It Over, a real club stormer, and Andrea True's eurodisco hit What's Your Name What's Your Number, a song that really reflected 4/5(1).

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