Kiss Me Again  

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"Kiss Me Again" is a twelve inch disco single by Dinosaur first released in 1978. The composition is a collaboration between Nicky Siano and Arthur Russell in a session featuring Talking Heads member David Byrne, Fluxus artist Henry Flynt, bass player Wilbur Bascomb, drummer Alan Schwartzberg, vocalist Myriam Valle and the Ingram Brothers. It was the first 12-inch disco single on Sire Records. The A-side is a mix by Jimmy Simpson. The composition can be found on the music compilation Disco Not Disco, an overview of early 1980s atypical dance music.

See also

  • Kiss Me Again 12" (Side B)




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