Daniel Earl Hartman a.k.a. Dan Hartman was an American musician, singer, songwriter and producer who hailed from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is best known for his disco hits Instant Replay, Love Sensation and Relight My Fire as well as penning the second biggest hit for the Edgar Winter Group, Free Ride, of which he was a member. Having schooled himself playing bass and writing songs for his first band The Legends (which also included his brother Dave) Hartman joined the Edgar Winter Group and appeared on three of their albums before going solo in 1976. In 1979 Hartman released Relight My Fire (R&B #67, Pop #169), and again hit the top of the Disco charts with the title track, a bonefide disco classic that featured Hartman''s friend Loleatta Holloway on vocals and is preceded by the understated Vertigo which perfectly sets your anticipation before the main event. Relight My Fire was subsequently covered by U.K. boy band Take That featuring Lulu, who took their version to the top of the U.K. Pop charts in 1993.