For the special, go to The Raccoons: Let's Dance! Due to contractual issue with John Schneider, his vocals had to be replaced for the songs he originally performed for their album release. He originally sang on "Calling You," "Friends," and "Shining. Calling You - Frank Floyd. You Can Do It - Leo Sayer. Takin' My Time - Leo Sayer. Shining - Hank Martin. The Lost Star - Instrumental. Lions and Tigers - Dottie West. To Have You - Rita Coolidge and Leo Sayer. Friends - Hank Martin and Dottie West.
A music video featuring songs and clips from the "Raccoons" specials, connected by newly animated footage. Title: The Raccoons: Let's Dance! (Video 1984).
The Raccoons: Let's Dance! was released in 1984 and is the last of four Raccoons specials. Unlike the previous three, it was a direct-to-video release by Embassy Home Entertainment and Warner Home Video. However, The Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, and Teletoon have shown it when they were airing the Raccoons series. It also serves as the pilot to the television series.
Run With Us" is the end theme song for the 1980s television series The Raccoons. It was written by Kevin Gillis, Jon Stroll and Steve Lunt. The song was originally recorded by Steve Lunt for the first season in 1985 but was later covered by and is more associated with Lisa Lougheed and included on her first album Evergreen Nights, as well as being heard at the end of every Raccoons episode from the second season until the series ended in 1991 The song was covered by English indie-pop band The Ragamuffins as a secret bonus track on their 2018 album "Cause Of Causes" Charts. The Raccoons: Let's Dance! Evergreen Nights.
Several of the songs were heard during the last special, The Raccoons: Let's Dance!. The album can briefly be seen amongst merchandise on the behind-the-scenes documentary included on the UK The Raccoons Season 2 DVD. Lake Freeze – The Raccoons Songtrack. Soundtrack album by Rita Coolidge, Rupert Holmes, Leo Sayer. However, The Disney Channel and Nickelodeon have shown it when they were airing the Raccoons series. A soundtrack album was released in 1984 to coincide with the special. However, due to contract restrictions, John Schneider was not allowed to feature on the album, despite him performing on three of the songs. This resulted in several other singers (backup singer Frank Floyd and Hank Martin) being drafted in to replace Schneider. Also, four instrumental cues from The Raccoons and the Lost Star appear on this album.
The Raccoons: Let's Dance. The Raccoons: Let's Dance - Guest Cast.