Ryvon D.J.* ‎– I'm Gonna Dance (Take Me Tonight)

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I'm Gonna Dance... (...Take Me Tonight) 6:00
I'm Gonna Dance... (...Take Me Tonight) (Instrumental) 6:00

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
A.T.A. 03084/1 Ryvon D.J.* I'm Gonna Dance (Take Me Tonight)(12") Poker Record A.T.A. 03084/1 Italy 1984 Sell This Version
A.T.A. 03084/1 Ryvon D.J.* I'm Gonna Dance (Take Me Tonight)(12") Poker Record A.T.A. 03084/1 Italy 1984 Sell This Version
A.T.A. 03084/1 Ryvon D.J.* I'm Gonna Dance (Take Me Tonight)(12", Ltd, Num, RE) Poker Record A.T.A. 03084/1 Italy 2011 Sell This Version
A.T.A. 03084/1 Ryvon D.J.* I'm Gonna Dance (Take Me Tonight)(CDr) Poker Record A.T.A. 03084/1 Italy Unknown Sell This Version

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bluepuppydan

bluepuppydan

October 28, 2018
referencing I'm Gonna Dance (Take Me Tonight), 12", A.T.A. 03084/1
This incredible track is one of the most hauntingly beautiful Italian songs I now own in vinyl , I had forgotten how sad and melonchaly this is , especially once it gets going , this is what classic Italo is all about , I love putting this song on at night on my technics turntable and being blown away how his vocal just echoes through the house , it's mind blowing . One of the best .
SHODAN_2114

SHODAN_2114

October 13, 2018
referencing I'm Gonna Dance (Take Me Tonight), 12", Ltd, Num, RE, A.T.A. 03084/1

the photo of old Ryvon in the top left is a nice touch. fantastic reissue
DISCO_RECORD

DISCO_RECORD

January 31, 2015
referencing I'm Gonna Dance (Take Me Tonight), 12", A.T.A. 03084/1

I really like this one. FIVE ☆☆☆☆☆
Ianstan

Ianstan

November 27, 2011
edited over 3 years ago
referencing I'm Gonna Dance (Take Me Tonight), 12", A.T.A. 03084/1

When I first heard this track, I was not at all immediately impressed and there was only one short dramatic part which pulled me in. It was because of that though that I kept going back. When I first started listening to Italo-Disco, I was put off by anything very subtle, but over time I learned to love the subtly in many tracks as that is a defining feature in a lot of more low-key italo (like Sensitive's Driving). I now can feel the power flowing through the the melody in this song with the simple, effective synthwork and the soft vocals. Over a few years it moved from the back of my line to the front and now I can't get enough. Ryvon's other records are great too, but significantly less "big" sounding and less "subtly dramatic" as it were.