Gary Michael Wade - I Wanna Dance mp3 album
After the Dance (Vocal) (Alternate Version)" – 5:14. I Wanna Be Where You Are (After the Dance)" – 4:01. You Are the Way You Are (Instrumental)" – 4:26. Is Anybody Thinking About Their Living?" – 4:23. 2002 remaster bonus tracks. Michael Eric Dyson (2005). Mercy, Mercy Me: The Art, Loves and Demons of Marvin Gaye. New York, NY: Basic Civitas Books. Nathan Brackett, Christian Hoard (2004). The New Rolling Stone Album Guide.
I Wanna Be Where You Are" is a song written by Arthur "T-Boy" Ross and Leon Ware for Michael Jackson, who took the song to number 7 in Cash Box and number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also reached number 2 on the . R&B singles chart in 1972. His third straight Top 10 Pop hit during his early solo career with Motown. It was also the first collaboration between Ware and Ross, the younger brother of legendary superstar Diana Ross
Michael Jackson child sex accuser Wade Robson claims King of Pop and his companies ran 'world's most sophisticated' operation to entice children to Neverland Ranch and molest them. The celebrity choreographer is suing MJJ Productions and MJJ Ventures. Robson is claiming the two companies ran a 'covert child sex abuse operation', inviting children to the ranch for free and giving them gifts. It was Staikos who Robson's mother contacted when the seven-year-old and his family arrived at Disneyland for a performance with his dance company, according to the complaint. Robson had met Jackson two years earlier in Australia after winning a dance competition run by MJJ Productions. Robson has claimed that Jackson (pictured together in an early photo) abused him for years after he met the King of Pop and stayed at Neverland Ranch when he was seven years old.
Clocks strikes upon the hour and the sun begins to fade Still enough time to figure out how to chase my blues away I've done alright up 'til now, it's the light of day that shows me how And when the night falls loneliness calls Oh! Wanna dance with somebody, I wanna feel the heat with somebody Yeah! Wanna dance with somebody, with somebody who loves me. Oh! Wanna dance with somebody, I wanna feel the heat with somebody Yeah! Wanna dance with somebody, with somebody who loves me. I've been in love and lost my senses spinning through the town Soon or later.
It wasn’t, ‘I wanna go down the disco and dance. It was, ‘I wanna do that dance of life with somebody. That was the thought behind the song. We sent our demo version off to Clive Davis and he loved it. But not everyone loved their version-producer Narada Michael Walden didn’t think it fit for Whitney. Walden said, It reminded me of a rodeo song with Olivia Newton-John singing. I love Olivia Newton-John, but for Whitney Houston it didn’t seem right. Merrill and Rubicam didn’t get to hear the finished song until the album was done, when Clive Davis invited them to an album listening party, where he told them it would be the album’s first single and predicted it would go The song became a Houston’s fourth hit in the United States-it went in 14 countries. I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Track Info.
Oh! I wanna dance with somebody I wanna feel the heat with somebody Yeah! I wanna dance with somebody With somebody who loves me. Oh! I wanna dance with somebody I wanna feel the heat with somebody Yeah! I wanna dance with somebody With somebody who loves me. I've been in love and lost my senses Spinning through the town Sooner or later the fever ends And I wind up feeling down. I need a man who'll take a chance On a love that burns hot enough to last So when the night falls My lonely heart calls. The first single from Whitney Houston's second studio album. Her first "Platinum" single in the USA. Shannon Rubicam, one of the co-writers of this song, said, "That song got written pretty quickly, as I recall.
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|A1||I Wanna Dance|
|A2||I Wanna Dance (Accapella)|
|B1||I Wanna Dance (Boyd Jarvis Remix)
Remix – Boyd Jarvis
|B2||Strong As You|
NotesWritten by Gary Michael Wade and Joseph Longo. Produced by Joseph Longo III for Pal Joey Productions. Vocals by Gary Michael Wade. Engineer: James Patton.
|CAB 012||Gary Michael Wade||I Wanna Dance (12", W/Lbl)||Cabaret||CAB 012||US||2004|