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Most of the Girls Like to Dance But Only Some of the Boys Like To

Don Dixon

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Dixon put together Most of the Girls Like to Dance but Only Some of the Boys Do out of demos cut from 1981-1984. It's a kind of best-of from a man with a pure pop sensibility and a wicked sense of humor when it comes to matters romantic. (The 1986 CD version adds two songs to make a total of 16.)

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Awesome

what can i say he's an excellent talent (I loved his work on R.E.M's album 'Murmur' by the way).
this album is awesome buy it it's well worth the money

Biography

Born: 13 December 1950

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Best known among the key producers to emerge from the American underground's jangle pop movement of the early '80s, Don Dixon also enjoyed a cult following as a solo performer. A native of North Carolina, he dwelled in relative obscurity for well over a decade as a member of the little-known Arrogance before attracting his first significant notice around 1983 after co-producing with Mitch Easter R.E.M.'s landmark debut LP, Murmur. Subsequent work on Chris Stamey's It's a Wonderful Life, the Windbreakers'...
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