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Ready for a Brand New Beat by
Call Number: 782.42164 K965R
Publication Date: 2013-07-11
Can a song change a nation? In 1964, Marvin Gaye, record producer William 'Mickey' Stevenson, and Motown songwriter Ivy Jo Hunter wrote 'Dancing in the Street.' Recorded at Motown's Hitsville USA Studio by Martha and the Vandellas, it was supposed to be an upbeat dance recording--a precursor to disco, a song about the joyousness of dance, the ...
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