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You Can Leave Your Hat On - Dan Reed Network - Rainbow Child (Vinyl)

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  1. Rainbow Child Producer – Dan Reed, Nile Rodgers Written By – Dan Reed: 2: You Can Leave Your Hat On Producer – Dan Reed Network Written By – R. Newman* 3: Make It Easy Producer – Dan Reed, Nile Rodgers Written By – Dan Reed: 4: Come Alive Producer – Dan Reed Network Written By – Dan Reed:
  2. Disc 2: Slam [Alt Intro/Mix] | Come Alive | Slavery | Rainbow Child [Live in Sweden ] | Money | Baby Now I [Live in Sweden ] | Burning Love | Get to You [Live in Sweden ] | Come to Me | Under My Skin [Live in Sweden ] | You Can Leave Your Hat On | Living With a Stranger [Solo Acoustic] | Tatiana | Stronger Than Steel.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rainbow Child on Discogs. Label: Mercury - DRN ,Mercury - ,Mercury - ( ) • Format: Vinyl 12 Dan Reed Network - Rainbow Child (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  4. All Tracks - Dan Reed Network Dan Reed Network - Topic DAN REED NETWORK - Get To You [] by Bernard Hinault. Dan Reed Network - You Can Leave Your Hat On (cover) by ElGorillos1.
  5. Artist: Dan Reed Network - Title: Rainbow Child - Format: 7 Inch (Vinyl) - Country: UK - Label: Mercury - Year: - Description: Gatefold Pic Sleeve B/W You Can Leave Your Hat On (Drng3) - .
  6. Dan Reed Network are a modestly successful funk-rock band from Portland, Oregon. Consisting of singer and guitarist Dan Reed, guitarist Brion James, bassist Melvin Brannon II, drummer Dan Pred and keyboardist Rick DiGuiarllonado, the Dan Reed Network started off in , and released three studio albums (Dan Reed Network, Slam and Heat) before their unofficial breakup in
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Sleeve Vinyl release of Rainbow Child on Discogs. Label: Polygram Records - DRNG3 • Format: Vinyl 7 Dan Reed Network - Rainbow Child (, Gatefold Sleeve, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1).
  8. "You Can Leave Your Hat On" is a song written by Randy Newman and appearing on his album Sail Away. According to a retrospective AllMusic review by Mark Deming, the song is a "potent mid-tempo rock tune" and a "witty and willfully perverse bit of erotic absurdity". Newman later admitted the song was, "too low for me to sing it.

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