Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Keep the Fire Burnin'
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
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One of the best CD's that I have bought in the last years!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is an excellent CD, which contains his greatest hits of the 70's / 80's (some in remixed and longer versions) and some newer songs from the 90's. From the 70's are the more known hits like Instant replay or Relight my fire. My favourits are the well arranged monster versions of Indigo/Relight my fire (11 Min.) and Countdown/This is it (14 Min.) and of course the title song Keep the fire burnin' featuring Loleatta Hollaway (My God, that lady has a voice!). I really enjoy that CD and I can listen to it from the beginning to the end (77 Min.) without getting bored. Thanks to Dan Hartman, Sony records, amazon.de and my postman!"
Gone But Definitely Not Forgotten
Reginald D. Garrard | Camilla, GA USA | 06/11/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I remember when I saw the late Dan Hartman on the old American Bandstand show some twenty-plus years ago that I thought "This guy has a lot of energy!" Well, this release showcases his hits as well as other dance tunes that he did so well. His last major hit "I Can Dream About You," produced after the heydey of disco, is here, as well his version of the James Brown song "Living in America" (which Hartman wrote). The thumping trilogy of "Instant Replay/Countdown/This is It" all mesh together to make one extended party jam.But, it is the 10 minute-plus "Vertigo/Relight My Fire" which really "keeps the fires lit." This is an orchestral/rhythm section/percussion opus. Hartman just lets the vocalists, himself included, and the instrumentalists "cut loose" with a blaring, throbbing, and stinging amalgamation of discofied FUNK! No, this is not the original version, being a more instrumental one, but it still ROCKS!SMOKING!"
Disapointing Best Of...
Snow Wombat! | Sorel-Tracy, Quebec Canada | 02/03/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"They should have gone with the original versions and not with those stupid remixes. Relight My Fire is the best example. I was not expecting to hear an Instumental/Remix version. Original versions would have given the listeners the real taste of his music."