Let Your Body Go Downtown

Album: Smoovin' (1976)
Charted: 38
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  • This soul/funk song, about the joys of a night out on the town, was written by Lynsey de Paul and Mike Moran. It made to #38 on the UK top 40 within weeks of Lynsey and Mike's Eurovision classic "Rock Bottom." >>
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    Bobby - Atlanta, GA
  • Martyn Ford is a conductor who made a name for himself putting orchestral arrangements on rock songs. Kate Bush, Phil Collins and Elton John are some of the artists he worked with.


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