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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Into the Groove is a song by American recording artist Madonna. It was released as a single on July 23, 1985 by Warner Bros. Records, supporting the 1985 film Desperately Seeking Susan. The song later appeared on the 1985 European re-issue of her second studio album, Like a Virgin, and was also included on her 2009 greatest hits album, Celebration. Remixed versions of the song appear on the 1987 remix compilation, You Can Dance, and the 1990 greatest hits compilation, The Immaculate Collection. Madonna's inspiration behind the song, was the dancefloor, and she wrote it while watching a handsome Puerto Rican man, across her balcony. Initially written for her friend Mark Kamins, Madonna later decided to use it in the soundtrack of Desperately Seeking Susan. "Into the Groove" was recorded at Sigma Sound Studios. A remixed version, titled "Into the Hollywood Groove", was created by Madonna in 2003, it featured a rap by Missy Elliott. "Into the Groove" consists of instrumentation from drums, percussion, congas and whistles.
I Don't Know What It Is But I Love It by Tony Evans - Liverpool and the most unlikely success story in football'Evans tells the story with gusto . . . the anecdotes are apt, and the blood on the streets and the boots on the field are as dramatic and black-humoured as on a battleground' The TimesDalglish. Souness. Rush. Hansen. And, of course, Grobelaar. They rank with the very greatest players in one of the greatest teams of all time.But the heroes of 1984 were an unlikely group to make history.Led by a 63-year old first-time manager and a captain show-off better known for his moves on the dancefloor, Liverpool's greatest season was a booze-fuelled journey to three trophies: the first division title, the League Cup and the European Cup, won on a remarkable night in Rome. The team's theme song was even a much-derided Chris Rea hit.Eye-watering, hilarious, and utterly unbelievable, this is the story of how they did it, and how their season was the last year of innocence in English football. This book is essential reading for fans of Red or Dead, 43 Years With The Same Bird: A Liverpudlian Love Affair and the memoirs of Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher and Kenny Dalglish.'Superbly paced...full of riveting anecdotes' Mirror (Book of the Month)Tony Evans has been football editor of The Times for five years and was born a Liverpool fan. He writes a weekly column for The Game, The Times' weekly football supplement.