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Cherrill & Robbie Rae - Sign On The Dotted Line / Do You Wanna Dance? download album

  • Performer: Cherrill & Robbie Rae
  • Title: Sign On The Dotted Line / Do You Wanna Dance?
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 1976
  • MP3 album: 1476 mb
  • FLAC album: 1101 mb
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Cherrill & Robbie Rae - Sign On The Dotted Line / Do You Wanna Dance? download album

Cherrill & Robbie Rae ‎– Sign On The Dotted Line, Do You Wanna Dance? Label: A&M Records ‎– AM-411. A. Sign On The Dotted Line. B. Do You Wanna Dance? 3:18.

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The Raes were the Welsh-Canadian husband-and-wife singing duo of Robbie Rae (born Robert Henry Bevan, May 17, 1954 – February 9, 2006) and Cherrill Rae (born Yates), who had a handful of disco-inflected pop hits in the late 1970s. Robbie Rae grew up in Wales and began his recording career as a pre-teen, though his version of "The Lord's Prayer," sung in Welsh, was banned by the BBC, who considered it blasphemous. Before long, he was touring Europe and had his own television variety show in Wales.

Robbie Rae's first taste of the music industry was when he was still a child in Wales, singing soprano in a choir, as his father had done. When he was 14 he was discovered by a local producer, then signed by Decca records, and was soon touring with his brother Martin throughout Europe. He recorded a version of "The Lord's Prayer" in Welsh, which was banned by the BBC because of what they considered 'blasphemy. They signed a deal with A&M Records in '76 and released three pop singles, "Don't Shut Me Out," "Sign on the Dotted Line" and "Oh Me, Oh My". The next spring, on advice from their management team to reinvent themselves, they recorded the 1956 Doris Day hit "Que Sera Sera" into a dance track, cracking the top 40 at the height of the disco craze in '77. That song earned them a Juno Awards nomination for best selling single.

Get on the phone (Played in Hamburg just to make me some money) She says 'I need some money back home' (Played the but never got honey) Big money man says (Big fat money man, he wrote me a letter) 'Don't you worry boy, you're not on your own' ('Don't you worry boy, it's got to get better'). If I'm going to make you a star, boy Get yourself a chauffer-driven car, yeah Sign on the dotted line It's going to work out fine'


A Sign On The Dotted Line 3:06
B Do You Wanna Dance? 3:18

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