Dancing Up a Storm

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Dancing Up a Storm
Studio album by The Raes
Released 1979
Recorded 1978-1979
Genre Disco, Pop
Label A&M Records
Producer Harry Hinde
The Raes chronology
Dancing Up a Storm
(1979)
Two Hearts
(1980)

Dancing Up a Storm is the second album by Canadian-Welsh husband-and-wife duo, The Raes. It was released on A&M Records in 1979 and featured the hit singles, A Little Lovin' (Keeps the Doctor Away) and (I Only Wanna) Get Up and Dance. The album peaked at number 161 on Billboard magazine's Top 200 chart.[1][2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. A Little Lovin' (Keeps The Doctor Away) (Dino Fekaris, Freddie Perren) 7:09
  2. (I Only Wanna) Get Up And Dance (Pete Bellotte, Sylvester Levay) 7:25
  3. Gonna Burn My Boogie Shoes (Charlie Black, Jerry Gillespie, Rory Bourke) 2:51
  4. Honest I Do (Beatrice J. Verdi, Christine Perren, Freddie Perren) 3:25
  5. Don't Turn Around (Bruce Woolley, Rodney Thompson) 5:26
  6. Don't Make Waves (Eric Matthew, Sally Jean) 5:15
  7. School (Roger Hodgson, Richard Davies) 6:59

Studio[edit]

  • Mixed At – Mom & Pop's Company Store
  • Mixed At – Sigma Sound Studios, New York
  • Recorded At – Manta Sound

Personnel[edit]

  • Arranger – David Van De Pitte
  • Producer – Harry Hinde
  • Master – José Rodriguez
  • Mixers – Michael Hutchinson, John Luongo
  • Bass – Bob Babbitt
  • Drums – Charles Collins
  • Guitar – Bruce Nazarian, Paul Sabu
  • Keyboards – Carlton Kent
  • Percussion – Jim Maelen, Paulinho Da Costa
  • Saxophone – George E. Palisky, Jr.
  • Synthesizer – George Small

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Awards". The Raes. allmusic.com. 2013. Retrieved 13 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "Dancing Up A Storm". The Raes. discogs.com. Retrieved 21 November 2013.