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)
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Let’s Dance sounds great; it’s all beat, brains and breathiness. The album’s most intelligent strategy is its utter simplicity: Rodgers serves up guitar lines in thick slabs, and Bowie’s voice cuts across their surface like a knife slicing meat. His mannered whine is alluringly distant - charming but formal, inveigling but austere. This is as true of a song like the loud, slamming Modern Love as it is of the quiet, pulsing Without You. Working as coproducers, Bowie and Rodgers have updated each other’s sound
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. Rodgers founded the disco band, Chic, and produced hits for Diana Ross, including "Upside Down" and "I'm Coming Ou. He also produced Madonna's 1985 album Like a Virgin. On the surface, this song is about dancing with a lover, but according to Nile Rodgers, there's a deeper meaning
For the album by Maynard Ferguson, see Let's Face the Music and Dance (Maynard Ferguson album). Let's Face the Music and Dance. Studio album by Willie Nelson. April 16, 2013 (2013-04-16). The album produced by Buddy Cannon featured a collection of standards that Nelson and his sister Bobbie played throughout their careers.
|1||Let's Dance! (Vocal Remix)||6:52|
|2||Let's Dance! (Original Version)||10:05|
|3||Let's Dance! (Instrumental)||6:24|