Don't Stop the Dance" is a song by English singer Bryan Ferry from his sixth solo studio album, Boys and Girls (1985). It was released as the album's second single. The track was written and produced by Ferry and Rhett Davies. It made the top 20 of Billboard's Album Rock play list and reached number 26 on the Adult Contemporary chart.
An accompanying music video for "Don't Stop the Dance" was directed by famous music video director John Scarlett Davis and featured the French model Laurence Treil.
The music video begins with various shots of theater lights, and then cuts to Laurence Treil's hips as she dances. The film shows scenes of her silhouette, then Ferry's face as he sings. Segments of old film of people dancing play behind both as the video continues, including women on the beach, chorus girls, ballet dancers, tap dancers and others. Treil seems to play a saxophone during David Sanborn's sax solo portion of the song. File Hashes