Gibson Brothers And David Christie – Let’s All Dance (1991)

Gibson Brothers and David Christie – Let’s All Dance (1991), 12″ vinyl single.

Alex, Chris and Patrick Gibson are the Gibson Brothers, from Martinique in the West Indies, and are based in France. Their style of music is a blend of dance and Latin rhythms. The band had many hit songs during the 70’s and 80’s including their biggest chart toppers “Que Sera Mi Vida” (1983) and “Cuba” (1980). Also, the Brothers had several number #1 hit singles and have even earned four gold records worldwide.

In 1990/91 David Christie teamed up with The Gibson Brothers to make this great dance track “Let’s All Dance” which was released in 1991 and became a smash hit in Belgium. I love this duet – enjoy the dance mixes below, play it loud!

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Gibson Brothers Featuring David Christie – Let's All Dance 1991. 7" and 12" vinyl

Gibson Brothers Featuring David Christie – Let’s All Dance 1991.
7″ and 12″ vinyl

For more info, please visit the Gibson Brothers Official website at http://www.thegibsonbrothers.fr/

Gibson Brothers and David Christie – Let’s All Dance (Maxi Version)

Spotify playlist: Let’s All Dance – Radio Edit and Long Dub Versions

All mixes are available to purchase from Itunes and Amazon!

Tracklist 12″ vinyl single
Let’s All Dance (Long Dub) 5:25
Let’s All Dance (Maxi Version) 5:27
Let’s All Dance (Radio Edit) 3:30
Let’s All Dance (Instrumental Version) Only available on 7″ vinyl single

Credits

  • Arranged By, Mixed By – Vito Lucente
  • Artwork By [Sleeve] – dIP DESIGN
  • Featuring – David Christie
  • Scratches – Icy T
  • Written-By – Jack Robinson, James Bolden (David Christie), and R. Gammons.
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