Pussyfoot - Dancer Dance (1978). Pussyfoot is Donna Jones (born Doreen Jones,8 April 1949 in Manchester )is an English performer best known for her work as Pussyfoot in the 1970s, and as a member of The New Seekers since February 1979.Actually, Pussyfoot were a British recording act of the late 1970s. The act consisted of songwriter, producer and musician Mick Flinn, and vocalist Donna Jones. Flinn remained behind the scenes, and Donna was marketed as a solo artist. In 1980, Donna fronted a mainly female band (with Mick Flinn on bass) that adopted her previous stage name Pussyfoot, and the group entered the Song for Europe 1980 contest, (a preamble to the Eurovision Song Contest). Pussyfoot came fourth in the contest. Donna returned to The New Seekers in the late 1980s .
Posted by Gino on August 13, 2019, 9:25 pm, in reply to "Dancer Dance"
Canadian disco producer - singer - songwriter - arranger - multi-instrumentalist Born in 09.09.1955 in Montreal. His heritage is Italian.
Gino began studying piano at the age of 8. By the age of 18 Gino had begun renting electronic keyboards and synthesizers to use in his own home studio. A producer asked him to play keyboards and write a tune for a group called Kebekelektrik. He ended up doing practically the whole LP by himself. Gino hit #1 on the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart twice with "Dancer" / "Dance to Dance" in 1979 and "Try It Out" / "Hold Tight" in 1981, six weeks each. Gino's third biggest hit "It's Alright"/"Look At Yourself" from his mega album "Face to Face" reached #2 for 5 weeks also on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. "Turn it around" was released as a single-only in 1984. Gino also assembled and produced the disco studio group Witch Queen, best known for their Top 10 dance hit "Bang A Gong" / "All Right Now" in 1979.