|Title:||March Oriental / Huggable, Kissable You|
|Category:||Jazz / Military tracks|
|Other format:||XM AC3 MP4 MP2 WMA TTA AA|
|A||–Petersen's Band||March Oriental|
|B||–Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Dance Band||Huggable, Kissable You|
Let's Dance" was covered by British rock band Slade in 1985 for their studio/compilation album Crackers – The Christmas Party Album. The version was produced by bassist Jim Lea. In 1988, the band released their version as a single, dubbed the "1988 Remix". It failed to chart in the UK. Background. Only the commercial stations like Piccadilly and some of the others played it regularly, but without Radio One, you're sunk. Let's Dance" was released on 7" vinyl and 3" CD by Cheapskate Records in the UK only. The 7" vinyl included the B-side "Standing on the Corner", which was an album track taken from the band's 1974 album Slade in Flame. For the CD version, two extra tracks were added; "Far Far Away" and "How Does It Feel".
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The Band is the second studio album by the Band, released on September 22, 1969. It is also known as The Brown Album. According to Rob Bowman's liner notes for the 2000 reissue, The Band has been viewed as a concept album, with the songs focusing on people, places and traditions associated with an older version of Americana.
British dance band is a genre of popular jazz and dance music that developed in British dance halls and hotel ballrooms during the 1920s and 1930s, often called a Golden Age of British music prior to World War II. Thousands of miles away from the true origins of jazz in the United States, British dance bands of this era typically played melodic, good-time music that had jazz and big band influences but also maintained a peculiarly British sense of rhythm and style which came from the music hall tradition. May I Have This Dance - 1930s British Dance Band Music 1. British Dance Bands "on the wireless" 1940s. Dance Bands 1930 to 1932.
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