Let's Start the Dance  

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"Let's Start the Dance (1978) by Hamilton Bohannon.

In 1976, Bohannon signed to Mercury Records and two years later had one of his biggest successes with "Let's Start the Dance," which reached no.9 on the R&B chart and no.7 on the disco chart. "Let's Start the Dance" featured singer Carolyn Crawford, whose subsequent albums Bohannon went on to produce. In 1981, a new mix of "Let's Start the Dance" was successful on the dance charts.

The song is reminiscent of "Spank".




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