Relight My Fire

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"Relight My Fire" is a popular song which was written and released by Dan Hartman in 1979, when it topped the US dance music charts for six weeks.wikipedia
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Dan Hartman

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"Relight My Fire" is a popular song which was written and released by Dan Hartman in 1979, when it topped the US dance music charts for six weeks.
Among songs he wrote and recorded were "Free Ride" with The Edgar Winter Group, and the solo hits "Relight My Fire", "Instant Replay", "I Can Dream About You", "We Are the Young" and "Second Nature".

Take That

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It was also performed by Costa Anadiotis' band Café Society in 1984 and British boy band Take That (with Lulu in a featured role) in 1993.
It peaked at number one in the UK and spawned six singles, with four being consecutive UK number one singles – their first number one "Pray", "Relight My Fire", "Babe" and the title track "Everything Changes".

The Tomorrow Show

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It also adapted an instrumental version of Dan Hartman's Relight My Fire as its theme.

Café Society (South African band)

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It was also performed by Costa Anadiotis' band Café Society in 1984 and British boy band Take That (with Lulu in a featured role) in 1993.
Next up was the Dan Hartman song "Relight My Fire", which utilized the vocals of Lolly Peterson and Anneline Malebo.

Lulu (singer)

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It was also performed by Costa Anadiotis' band Café Society in 1984 and British boy band Take That (with Lulu in a featured role) in 1993. The music video depicts the band and singer Lulu dancing and partying in a club atmosphere.
Later that year she guested on the cover version of the Dan Hartman song "Relight My Fire", with boy band Take That.

José Galisteo

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In 2007, José Galisteo, a contestant on Spain's Operación Triunfo, recorded it on his debut disc, Remember.

Relight My Fire (album)

Relight My Fire
The song is from the 1979 Dan Hartman album Relight My Fire.
Released in 1979, the title track, "Relight My Fire", became a hit single.

Anastacia

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In late January 2003, Billboard reported that Grammy Award-winnig remixer Hex Hector recently spent time in the studio with Martin and Anastacia.
On December 7, 2009 Anastacia opened the annual Royal Variety Performance with Lulu and Chaka Khan, performing a rendition of "Relight My Fire".

Loleatta Holloway

Loleatta Holloway is credited as a featured vocalist on some versions of the record, singing the "strong enough to walk on through the night" refrain.

Everything Changes (Take That album)

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UK Singles Chart

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The second of the band's twelve number-one hits, it topped the UK Singles Chart for two weeks in October 1993.

Shout (Isley Brothers song)

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It was the first UK number-one single for Lulu and at the time broke the record between an act's chart debut and their reaching number one on the UK Singles Chart, happening 29 years 148 days after her debut with "Shout" in 1964.

Nobody Else Tour

The band performed Dan Hartman's "Vertigo/Relight My Fire" version as the intro and opening number of their Nobody Else Tour (featuring Juliet Roberts in the female vocal role).

Juliet Roberts

Julie Roberts
The band performed Dan Hartman's "Vertigo/Relight My Fire" version as the intro and opening number of their Nobody Else Tour (featuring Juliet Roberts in the female vocal role).

Love to Infinity

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In 1999, Love to Infinity remixed Take That's cover and issued it on a "12" vinyl" pressing "3.0 Hitmixes". In 2005, the track was remixed for their reunion compilation, known as the 'Element Remix'. However, only a 3 track CD single featuring the new remix was issued to DJs while the commercial CD single pressing was withdrawn.

Remix

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In 1999, Love to Infinity remixed Take That's cover and issued it on a "12" vinyl" pressing "3.0 Hitmixes". In 2005, the track was remixed for their reunion compilation, known as the 'Element Remix'. However, only a 3 track CD single featuring the new remix was issued to DJs while the commercial CD single pressing was withdrawn.

Twelve-inch single

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In 1999, Love to Infinity remixed Take That's cover and issued it on a "12" vinyl" pressing "3.0 Hitmixes". In 2005, the track was remixed for their reunion compilation, known as the 'Element Remix'. However, only a 3 track CD single featuring the new remix was issued to DJs while the commercial CD single pressing was withdrawn.

CD single

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In 1999, Love to Infinity remixed Take That's cover and issued it on a "12" vinyl" pressing "3.0 Hitmixes". In 2005, the track was remixed for their reunion compilation, known as the 'Element Remix'. However, only a 3 track CD single featuring the new remix was issued to DJs while the commercial CD single pressing was withdrawn.

The Garden (Take That song)

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Weer de Leeuw'' in the Netherlands on March 14, 2009 to perform "The Garden".

Back for Good (song)

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They also ended up performing "Back For Good" and "Relight My Fire" due to popular demand from the host and audience the next day.

Music video

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The music video depicts the band and singer Lulu dancing and partying in a club atmosphere.