The Raes ‎– Dancing Up A Storm

A&M Records ‎– SP-4754, A&M Records ‎– SP 4754
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© 1979 A&M Records, Inc.
℗ 1978 A&M Records, Inc. - A1
℗ 1979 A&M Records, Inc.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix A on label): SP-5245
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix B on label): SP-5246
  • Rights Society (A1 to B3): ASCAP
  • Rights Society (A3): SESAC

Other Versions (5 of 18) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
8599 The Raes Dancing Up A Storm(LP, Album) A&M Records 8599 Argentina 1979 Sell This Version
AMS-5052 The Raes Dancing Up A Storm(LP, Album) A&M Records AMS-5052 Venezuela 1979 Sell This Version
7091-2 The Raes Dancing Up A Storm(CDr, Album, RM, Unofficial) Not On Label 7091-2 Russia 2008 Sell This Version
SP-4754, SP 4754 The Raes Dancing Up A Storm(LP, Album, Promo) A&M Records, A&M Records SP-4754, SP 4754 US 1979 Sell This Version
AMP-6042 The Raes Dancing Up A Storm(LP, Album, Promo) A&M Records AMP-6042 Japan 1979 Sell This Version


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May 23, 2013
I can't believe how well this album has held up over the years. It's the priceless bubble gum pop disco that is lightweight but so incredibly well done. To my ears it sounds fresh and enjoyable, not unlike how the Archie's "Sugar Sugar" will always be timeless. A Little Lovin' and I Only Want to Get up To Dance (with those dynamite sax solo breaks) and Don't Turn Around are catchy ditties. It helps that A Little Lovin was written and produced by Dino Fekaris and Freddie Perrin (at the same time as I Will Survive). These are feel good songs that just make you happy. And the inclusion of "School" which I understand is a Pink Floyd song (?) I don't know the original so cannot compare, but there is a healthy menacing and bewitching quality that just builds and builds to the last note. Also for comparison check out Robbie Rae's "different" mood on "Finger on It"--a naughty song compared to these bright-eyed wholesome tunes.