· David Crosby shares unreleased demo off ‘If I Could Only Remember My Name’ reissue. David Crosby 's classic debut solo album If I Could Only Remember My Name turned 50 earlier this year .
The unreleased Madonna demo is US copyright registration# PAu The demo leaked onto file sharing services from sources unknown around the year Madonna's version has a strong clear vocal with bubble gum instrumentation that vaguely sounds of synth-Motown. There is also an unreleased remix of the Barlow version by Tony Moran.
· Rolling Stone says of the demo: “Compared to the bombast of the final version, the demo presents ‘Let’s Dance’ in its bare bones form, with Bowie’s singing thrust to the song’s.
Later given to singer/model Nick Kamen to record instead. His version with Madonna backing vocals was a big hit in Europe (Germany reaching number 1, UK reaching number 5 in November ). Madonna's version is a unreleased demo with the idential music as found on the Nick Kamen release according to Steve Bray interview.
· January 8, Today would have been the 71st birthday of the late David Bowie. And as a special celebration of Bowie’s music, Parlophone has shared a previously unreleased demo version of his single “Let’s Dance.”. Chic’s Nile Rodgers, who recorded the song in Switzerland with Bowie, shared a statement about the release of the.
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