ERIC PRYDZ - CALL ON ME [SkidVid]
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Call on Me is a song performed by Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz. The song is a house track based on a re-recorded sample of Steve Winwood's song Valerie, originally released in the UK in 1982 to little success, and re-released in 1987, gaining more success by peaking at number nineteen. Winwood collaborated with Prydz on the song by re-recording his vocals. Eric Prydz's Call On Me sold a staggering 2 million copies worldwide, secured 5 weeks as the UK's No.1 single and went on to become No.1 in six countries.
The music video for Call on Me was directed by Huse Monfaradi and features an aerobics class of women performing sexually suggestive gym routines led by Australian dancer and choreographer Deanne Berry, much to the enjoyment of the sole man in the group, played by Juan Pablo Di Pace. It has been said to be inspired by the gym scene in the 1985 film Perfect starring John Travolta and Jamie Lee Curtis but actually it is based on the gym scene in the 1984 film Ninja III: The Domination. The video was filmed in a dance studio in the suburb of Deptford, London in the United Kingdom.