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Dance musics most accepted and continuing theme: the declaration of freedom - music

 

It all on track with Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" in 1979, perchance the chief fluke in admired music history. To adhere to up her hit "Never Can Say Goodbye", Gloria's label issued a song called "Substitute". The track bombed. All and sundry hated it, together with the radio DJs and the public. Then DJs ongoing to play the B-Side track "I Will Survive" and the rest is history.

In retrospect, it is no alarm that "I Will Survive" ought to have befall as common and lasting as it did. The theme of the song is universal. Who hasn't loved and lost? But the song went additional and became an Sacred song for reclaiming one's power. One could say Gloria is the Godmother of Girl Power. With "I Will Survive", Dance Music's appeal with a Diva declaring her autonomy was born! The song and theme have proven so admired that even Diana Ross, Diva Supreme herself, did her own account of "I Will Survive" in the late nineties.

Later in 1979, Donna Summer jumped on the bandwagon when she on the loose her duet with Barbra Streisand posh "Enough is An adequate amount (No More Tears)". That song has followed "I Will Survive" into Music Description as a Dance Floor Classic inspiring numerous remakes, counting one by KD Lang and Andy Bell (Erasure) and at least two by Donna Herself: one with Tina Arena for her Live and More Encore CD and a different with British boy band Westlife for DiscoMania.

In the years since the birth of the theme's popularity, it seems that no Dance/Pop Music Diva's career is accomplish devoid of at least one "Declaration of Independence" (DOI) themed track in her catalogue. From Cher's "Strong Enough" to Deborah Cox's "Mr. Lonely", Anastacia's "I'm Outta Love" and "Left Beyond Alone", Sheena Easton's "Strut", Amber's "Taste the Tears" (Sex & the City), Britney Spears' "Stronger", Christina Aguilera's "Fighter", Madonna's "You'll See", Destiny's Child's "Survivor", Tina Tuner's "When the Despondency is Over", Toni Braxton's "He Wasn't Man Enough" and "Hit the Highway", Pink's "There You Go", the list goes on and on.

Perhaps the most accepted DOI track since "I Will Survive" is Whitney Houston's "It's Not Right, But It's OK". The Thunderpuss Remix of the track became so admired a few years back that it was ascribed with revivng Houston's career, such is the power of a Diva declaring her autonomy in song.

And the popularity of the theme continues on in progress hits. Alicia Keys' "Karmastition" is a flow worldwide Radio Hit. And it's still in the pipeline, but Dance Music fans online are animated over the track "Sacrificial Lamb" from Amber's New CD "My Kind of World". This wholely earliest take on the DOI theme has the Pop/Rock Singer belting "Now I leave you with your arrogance, now you're crying, now you're dying, like a sacrificial lamb" on the song's brawny chorus.

Dance Music's attraction with a Diva throwing her man to the path shows no sign of slowing down! Classic hits, existing hits, expectations hits. . . "Declaration of Independence" tracks are as all the rage as ever!

Kevin Snook is the Editor of http://www. MostMusic. BlogSpot. com, a site the facial appearance Dance Music News, Reviews and Articles. Visit http://www. MostMusic. BlogSpot. com to be a factor to our list of "Declaration of Independence" Songs and to add your comments.

Pop/Rock Singer/Songwriter AMBER is a featured Artist. To find out more about Amber, her New CD "My Kind of World" and her new Maxi Distinct delivery "Voodoo", visit http://www. Amber-MCC. com


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