|A||Dance With Me||2:57|
|B||Dance With Me Instrumental||2:57|
|CLS-730||Linda Singer||Hold On Tight (7")||Celsius||CLS-730||Canada||1982|
|15.101||Linda Singer||Hold On Tight (12")||Dynasty||15.101||France||1983|
|11 070, 11.070||Linda Singer||Hold On Tight (7", Single)||Dynasty, Dynasty||11 070, 11.070||France||1983|
Come Dance with Me! is an album by American vocalist Frank Sinatra, released in 1959. Come Dance with Me! was Sinatra's most successful album, spending two and a half years on the Billboard charts.
Linda Perry (born April 15, 1965) is an American singer-songwriter, musician, and record producer. She was the lead singer and primary songwriter of 4 Non Blondes, and has since founded two record labels and composed and produced hit songs for several other artists. They include: "Beautiful" by Christina Aguilera; "What You Waiting For?" by Gwen Stefani; and "Get the Party Started" by P!nk
Svetlana Lvovna Geiman (Russian: Светлана Львовна Гейман; born 29 April 1977), known professionally as Linda (Russian: Линда), is a Russian singer and songwriter. Her style incorporates trip hop, electronic, and ethnic music. Since January 2012, she has been married to Greek composer Stefanos Korkolis. Linda's translations.
from the album Save the Last Dance for Me. B-side. In 2009, Swedish artist Jessica Andersson recorded a cover version of Damita Jo's on her 2009 album, Wake Up. In 2010, Matchbox 20 lead singer Rob Thomas performed a live acoustic version at the 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony In 2012, American composer and producer Kramer covered the song and included it on his sixth album The Brill Building. In 2014, Leonard Cohen included a cover version of the song on his Live in Dublin album.
Celsius - canada - 1983.
Linda Hopkins, one of Broadway’s great gospel and blues voices, died at the age of 9. She was 92. Perhaps best known for her popular one-woman show Me and Bessie - a 1970s tribute to blues singer Bessie Smith - and the 1980s revue Black and Blue, Hopkins won a Tony Award in 1972 for her show-stealing performance in the musical Inner City. She lost to her co-star Brown.
American singer Linda Ronstadt is an award-winning superstar of both pop and country music. She has sold more than 100 million albums worldwide. Born in Arizona in 1946, Linda Ronstadt began performing with the Stone Poneys in the 1960s before finding success as a solo artist. Her breakout 1974 album, Heart Like a Wheel, earned her the first of 12 Grammy Awards. Following a stronger reception for her 1973 album Don't Cry Now, Ronstadt finally hit it big with Heart Like a Wheel (1974). In addition to the hits "You're No Good" and "When Will I Be Loved," the album featured a cover of Hank Williams's "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You)," which earned the singer the first of her 12 Grammy Awards. Don't Cry Now would eventually be certified double platinum. In 1975, Ronstadt delivered a highly successful follow-up with Prisoner in Disguise.