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Both the title track and "China Girl" were supported by music videos that each received heavy airplay on MTV.
It was supported by the Serious Moonlight Tour , which featured the return of guitarists Carlos Alomar and Earl Slick. Despite the massive success of the album, Let's Dance began a period of low creativity for Bowie.
He felt that he had to pander his music to his new acquired audience, leading his follow-up albums, Tonight and Never Let Me Down , to be critically dismissed.
He would later reflect poorly on the period that began with Let's Dance , referring to it as his " Phil Collins years". The record also ended his longtime collaboration with producer Tony Visconti , whom he didn't work with again until The album was remastered in and included in the box set Loving the Alien — In , David Bowie released his 14th studio album Scary Monsters and Super Creeps.
With the record, Bowie achieved what biographer David Buckley calls "the perfect balance" of creativity and mainstream success.
The murder of John Lennon in December affected Bowie deeply; he cancelled an upcoming tour to promote Scary Monsters and withdrew to his home in Switzerland where he became a recluse.
In July , he collaborated with Giorgio Moroder for " Cat People Putting Out Fire ", the title song of the Paul Schrader film Cat People , and in the same session, recorded " Under Pressure " with the rock band Queen.
The play was recorded in August and transmitted in March Bowie also recorded a soundtrack EP for the play, which was released by RCA in February to coincide with the transmission.
Lawrence , both released in The musical ideals from these artists would greatly influence the new album. Scary Monsters was Bowie's final studio album for RCA Records , who had been Bowie's label since Hunky Dory With a new label and an idea for a commercial sound, Bowie wanted to begin fresh with a new producer.
He chose Nile Rodgers of the rock band Chic , one of the most commercially successful bands of the late s, with hits such as " Le Freak " and " Good Times " He could have gone with Quincy Jones and a more sure-fire chance at a hit.
But he called me up, and for that I feel honoured. Tony Visconti , the producer of Bowie's last four studio albums, was originally scheduled to produce the new album.
However, he chose Rodgers for the project and neglected to inform Visconti, a move that came as a surprise to Visconti, who had set time aside to work on the new record.
It's working out well and we won't be needing you. He's very sorry. Bowie and Rodgers regrouped in Montreux , Switzerland to begin demo work.
In Montreux, Bowie played his new songs on a twelve-string acoustic guitar. Rodgers knew initially that it wasn't a dance song. The two then used old '50s and '60s records to arrange the track into the finished product.
Let's Dance was recorded at the Power Station in New York City, where Bowie recorded Scary Monsters ,  during the first three weeks of December , [a]  being completed in only 17 days.
And we had great players too". I wanted to try people that I'd never worked with before, so that I couldn't predict how they were going to play. However, he claimed that he was offered an "embarrassing" fee to play on the album and declined.
With Alomar gone, Rodgers took his place on rhythm guitar. He also recruited the majority of the new personnel, which included his regular Chic collaborators, keyboardist Robert Sabino and percussionist Sammy Figueroa , along with backing vocalists Frank and George Simms.
The remaining musicians included drummer Omar Hakim whom Bowie called "a fascinating drummer with impeccable timing" , bassist Carmine Rojas , trumpeter Mac Gollehon , and the saxophonists Stan Harrison , Robert Aaron and Steve Elson.
Due to their arrival time, Thompson and Edwards' contributions were limiting, appearing on only three tracks and one track, "Without You", respectively.
Edwards recorded his part for "Without You" in 13 minutes, with Rodgers later writing in his memoir, "I was never more proud of him in my life and it happened on the last day of basic recording.
This was a singer's album," he said. At the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, Bowie saw Stevie Ray Vaughan play guitar.
At the time, Vaughan was an unknown year-old blues guitarist from Texas; his debut album with his band Double Trouble was still unreleased. Bowie however felt Vaughan was different, telling him "he's got a whole other thing going on.
He knows what he's doing in the studio and he doesn't mess around He'd give his opinion on the stuff he liked and the stuff that needed work. Almost everything was cut in one or two takes.
I think there was only one thing that needed three takes. Following the completion of the sessions, Bowie went on holiday in Mexico, where he filmed a cameo appearance for the Mel Damski film Yellowbeard.
Upon closure, Bowie delivered Let's Dance to the label and departed for Australia to film music videos for the first two singles.
The songs on Let's Dance have been characterised by commentators as post-disco ,  dance-rock ,  new wave ,  and dance-pop.
The opening track, " Modern Love ", is an uptempo pop song featuring a call-and-response structure,  which was inspired by Little Richard.
Pegg considers the title track to be one of Bowie's finest s recordings and one of the "all-time great pop songs. O'Leary and Pegg compare the intro to the Beatles ' version of " Twist and Shout ".
The lyrics instruct the listener to "put on your red shoes" and dance under the "serious moonlight". Biographers have noted that "Ricochet" is the only track on the album that's reminiscent of the experimental nature of Bowie's lates recordings.
It didn't roll the way it should have, the syncopation was wrong. It had an ungainly gait; it should have flowed. Nile did his own thing to it, but it wasn't quite what I'd had in mind when I wrote the thing.
Their version was banned by the BBC for its bisexual undertones. O'Leary describes the remake as "more aggressive".
He praises Vaughan's guitar solo as superior to the original, but criticises Bowie's vocal as inferior. After delivering the album to the label, Bowie travelled to Australia in February to film the music videos for the first two singles, "Let's Dance" and "China Girl".
The video for "Let's Dance" was directed by Bowie himself and David Mallet ,  the director of Bowie's Lodger and " Ashes to Ashes " videos.
It follows a young Aborigine couple doing various activities that seduce them to the commercialism of white urban Australia.
Bowie appears singing the lyrics into the camera. The video is an allegory meant to represent the treatment of Aborigine people by white Australian capitalists.
It features New Zealand actress Geeling Ng who,  with Bowie, recreate the famous beach scene from From Here to Eternity He donned a new look, featuring bleached blonde hair and a white suit.
A few days later, the "Let's Dance" video premiered on the UK rock show The Tube , along with interviews by Jools Holland.
It further peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot in April, becoming Bowie's biggest charting single to date. Let's Dance was released by EMI America on 14 April ,  with the catalogue number AML In the US, it peaked at number ten on the Billboard Hot Like "China Girl", "Modern Love" peaked at number two in the UK, held off the top spot by Culture Club 's " Karma Chameleon ".
In the US, it peaked at number It was supported by a music video, directed by Jim Yukich, featuring a performance of the song in Philadelphia on 20 July It was released only in Holland, Japan, Spain and the US, where it peaked at number Upon release, Let's Dance entered the UK Albums Chart at number one, spending three weeks at the top position;  although Aladdin Sane , Pin Ups both and Diamond Dogs were at the top position longer, Let's Dance remained on the chart for over a year.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Bowie's old label RCA issued a collection of Bowie's back catalogue as a way to cash in on its success.
This feat made Bowie the artist with the second highest number of individual album-weeks of all time — with , behind the rock band Dire Straits , who achieved individual album-weeks in You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin.
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It is one of the best-selling UK singles of all time. In late , Nile Rodgers met David Bowie in the New York after hours club Continental, where the two developed a rapport over industry acquaintances and shared musical interests.
Bowie, using a string acoustic guitar that had only six strings, played Rodgers a 2-chord pattern, which the latter would later describe as "dark sounding" and a "folk song"; Bowie wanted to call it "Let's Dance" and believed it to be a hit.
In , Rodgers recalled "This [demo] recording was the first indication of what we could do together as I took his 'folk song' and arranged it into something that the entire world would soon be dancing to and seemingly has not stopped dancing to for the last 35 years!
The music video which uses the shorter single version was made in March by David Mallet on location in Australia including a bar in Carinda in New South Wales and the Warrumbungle National Park near Coonabarabran.
In the beginning, it featured Bowie with a double bass player inside the one-room pub at the Carinda Hotel and an Aboriginal couple 'naturally' dancing "to the song they're playin' on the radio".
The couple in this scene and in the whole video is played by Terry Roberts and Joelene King, two students from Sydney's Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre.
As Bowie opted for real people, some residents of the souls village of Carinda are in the pub too, watching and mocking the couple.
They do not understand who David is nor what the take is all about, hence their behaviour towards the couple as seen in the video is real.
The red shoes mentioned in the song's lyrics appear in several contexts. The couple wanders solemnly through the outback with some other Aboriginal people, when the young woman finds a pair of mystical red pumps on a desert mountain and instantly learns to dance.
Bowie's calling 'put on your red shoes' recalls Hans Christian Andersen 's tale " The Red Shoes ", in which the little girl was vainly tempted to wear the shoes only to find they could not be removed, separating her from God 's grace — "let's dance for fear your grace should fall"  "The red shoes are a found symbol.
They are the simplicity of the capitalist society and sort of striving for success — black music is all about 'Put on your red shoes'", as Bowie confirmed.
Soon, the couple is visiting museums, enjoying candlelit dinners and casually dropping credit cards, drunk on modernity and consumerism.
During a stroll through an arcade of shops, the couple spots the same pair of red pumps for sale in a window display, their personal key to joy and freedom.
Bowie described this video and the video for his subsequent single, " China Girl " as "very simple, very direct" statements against racism and oppression, but also a very direct statement about integration of one culture with another.
The song introduced Bowie to a new, younger audience unaware of his s work. Although the track was his most popular to date, its very success had the incongruous effect of distancing Bowie from his new fans, with Bowie saying he did not know who they were or what they wanted.
Frank Zappa 's song "Be In My Video" from the album Them Or Us mocks music videos generally — and the "Let's Dance" video in particular — as pompous and riddled with cliches.
The shorter, single version of "Let's Dance" has appeared on numerous compilation albums , the first being Changesbowie in ,  and was remastered, along with the entire Let's Dance album, on the box set Loving the Alien — In the movie Zoolander , the song plays as Bowie appears in the movie.
Let's Dance: Bowie Down Under , a short documentary by Rubika Shah and Ed Gibbs, explored the making of the music video in the Australian outback.
It premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in February Jimmy Fallon covered the song as a tribute to Bowie on a episode of Saturday Night Live ;  the episode was the first-ever to be broadcast live across the entire United States.
Nile Rodgers also played the song on guitar. The song was used in commercials to promote figure skating for the Winter Olympics on NBC.
On January 2, , "Let's Dance" was ranked no. The track was a regular on the Serious Moonlight Tour the name derived from a lyric in "Let's Dance" , and was released on the concert video Serious Moonlight.
It was played acoustically in and then reworked semi-acoustically for tours in and later. Bowie's 25 June performance of the song at the Glastonbury Festival was released in on Glastonbury A live recording from 27 June was released on BBC Radio Theatre, London, 27 June , a bonus disc accompanying the first release of Bowie at the Beeb in In , a live performance of "Let's Dance" with Tina Turner peaked at 31 in France.
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