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Come On Dance Dance (CD)


  1. Come On Dance, Dance 12:50 Saturday Night Band

  2. Don't (Take My Love Away) 5:08 Saturday Night Band

  3. Touch Me On My Hot Spot 11:33 Saturday Night Band

  4. Keep Those Lovers Dancin' 7:52 Saturday Night Band

  5. Groovin' With You 4:28 Saturday Night Band

  6. Boogie With Me 7:06 Saturday Night Band

  7. Let's Make It A Party 6:14 Saturday Night Band

  8. Share The Feelings 5:54 Saturday Night Band

  9. Get Wet With Me 4:45 Saturday Night Band

  10. Come On Dance, Dance (Radio Edit) 4:27 Saturday Night Band

  11. Keep Those Lovers Dancin' (Radio Edit) 3:31 Saturday Night Band


Unidisc Records (Canada) / 1992 / SPLK 7029
CD in jewel case

Credits for the Come On Dance, Dance album:

Producers: Jesse Boyce and Moses Dillard for Dillard & Boyce Productions, Inc.
Vocals: Donna McElroy, Vicki Hampton, Jesse Boyce
Lead Vocal on "Don't (Take My Love Away)": Jackie Edmonds

Synthesizer, Acoustic piano, bass: Jesse Boyce
Guitar: Moses Dillard
Drums: Roger Clark
Fender Rhodes: Clayton Ivey
Percussions: Thomas Roady
Oberheim synthesizer: Jim Boling
Trumpet and synthesizer: Lloyd Barry
Trumpet and trombone: Harrison Calloway, Jr.
Tenor sax: Harvey Thompson
Bari sax: Ronald Eades
Strings conductor: Cliff Parman
Synthesizer programming: Jim Boling

Recorded at Wishbone Studios, Muscle Shoals, Alabama
Strings overdubs: Columbia Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Mixed at Sigma Sound Studios, New York, New York
Mastered at Frankford Wayne Mastering Lab, New York. New York
Engineers: Steve Moore, Leslie King, Lou Bradley
Mixing engineer: Michael Hutchinson
Mastering engineer: Jack Skinner

Art direction: Ancona / Hoffman
Photographed at Starship Discovery 1 in New York City by Frank Kolleogy
Clothes by Teresa Bajandas and Rafael



Saturday Night Band was produced by Dillard & Boyce who also worked on Lorraine Johnson's "Feed the Flame" and Constellation Orchestra. This CD contains two of their albms on one CD: Come On Dance Dance and Keep Those Lovers Dancing..

Moses Dillard had been involved with Soul since 1964 beginning with Moses Dillard & the Dynamic Showmen and was noticed by Otis Redding.

Jesse Boyce, a Florida native was part of the FAME Rhythm section, which played backup for many Soul singers.

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Nathan Alexander M. Baya |

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Glenn Rivera |

Come On Dance, Dance - Glenn Rivera ReStructure Mix - Saturday Night Band www.restructuremix.com

Disco in the mid 70's was heavily influenced by New York and infused with many elements of soul. This is the perfect example of the best of both worlds. Great vocals and a beautiful arrangement - and the words that brought on a dance boom: "Come on, dance!" Produced by Jessie Boyce and Moses Dillard in 1978 this cut remains one of the all-time disco classics of the dance floor. Great synthesizers and innovation use of reverb were the traits that made this one last so long. The LP cover features a shot of "Starship Discovery" disco, which can also be seen in the 70's disco comedy, "Nocturna."


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