Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Love to See You Dancin'

Another used twelve-inch I was excited to recently pick-up was Grey and Hanks 1978 single "Dancin'". This funky classic is probably my personal favorite from the duo made-up of Zane Grey and Len Ron Hanks. This disco cut is also featured on the group's You Fooled Me album and contains a nice groove that features a bit more funky instrumentation and a lot less lead vocals, which in this case is probably a good thing. The song has nice overall uplifting disco feel to it that can work nicely on any given dancefloor. That being said, I feel like this track goes a bit underneath the radar, so I would love to know how people feel about it.

Grey and Hanks - Dancin'


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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

WOW - I don't even remember this one, but i like it!!

Andrea

Anonymous said...

This is a NYC classic -Peter Rabbit's baby. What's this 78-79? Thanks

Anonymous said...

could live without the vocals but i like the piano and the groove is pretty nice by the 5th minute. one guy's opinion.

I Get Excited blog said...

This was samples in the last few years in a big room house track...Cant quite remember who did....

Soft Clammer said...

A true classic from 1978. One of my my faves. This always got people up and dancing back in the day.