Remix – Jimmy Simpson. This is also the mix that comes with an awesome break bringing a great track to a true grand finale. Furthermore, no right-minded DJ would have played any of the other adaptions of "Kiss Me Again" back then. Jimmy Simpson, a studio wizard I usually hold in high regard, was obviously overwhelmed with Arthur Russell's ingenious studio madness. His mix simply does not work with the original production.
Read about Kiss Me Again (version) from Dinosaur's Kiss Me Again and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. There is more than one band associated with the name Dinosaur: 1. New York-based avant-garde cellist/composer Arthur Russell formed Dinosaur in the late Seventies, and released the first disco single on Sire in 1979.
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This is from the rare original promo 12" vinyl. com/?d KYK38QGW Artist: Dinosaur Title: Kiss Me Again Format: 12" Promotional Single Year: 1978 Side A (33 1/3 rpm) - Kiss Me Again (13:04) Side B (33 1/3 rpm) - Kiss Me Again (Version) (12:42). LOVE THY BROTHER inClassic Disco & Soul.
Their lone 1981 album on Sire Records (initially released as Big Sky before being tweaked and re-released as Event Horizon) featured few songwriting contributions from Russell, who abruptly left the band at the approach to the Holland Tunnel before an important concert in Washington, . 1976–1980: Discovery of disco and early singles. In 1977, trenchantly attracted to the minimalist rhythms of disco and funded by Siano's "Gallery war chest", Russell wrote and co-produced "Kiss Me Again" in collaboration with a diverse array of musicians-Flynt, Zummo, Byrne (on rhythm guitar) and Gloria Gaynor veterans Wilbur Bascomb (bass) and Alan Schwartzberg (drums)-under the moniker of Dinosaur L. The first disco single.