The 12″ release of “One” by the Bee Gees features remixes, a dub and an edit by Rusty Garner. It was their last Top 10 pop single in the US.
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The last album Kim Carnes recorded and released on the EMI America Records label was ‘Light House’ in 1986. The only single to chart from the album was “Divided Hearts” and it failed to make the top 40. A promo was issued for club play that featured remixes by Rusty Garner and Paul Sabu whose tagline on all their remix credits is “An Endless Music Mix”.
Back in 2012 I posted the commercial version of this 12″ which had “Letters From The Road” as the b-side. This promo features a Dub mix instead so, I grabbed up a copy when I ran across it. “Strut” was the fifth top 10 single of Easton’s career and was co-written by Charlie Dore who had a #13 hit on the Hot 100 in 1979 with “Pilot Of The Airwaves”.
Ain’t nothin’ gonna to break my stride, Nobody’s gonna slow me down, oh-no, I got to keep on movin’, Ain’t nothin’ gonna break my stride, I’m running and I won’t touch ground, Oh-no, I got to keep on movin’.
The A Side: Strut (Dance Mix) 5:56 The B Side: Letters From The Road 3:22 The Brief: Sheena Easton’s biggest-selling US album of her career was the RIAA certified platinum ‘A Private Heaven’ in 1984. The album produced her fifth and sixth top 10 singles “Strut” and “Sugar Walls”. “Strut” was written by Charlie Dore […]
The A Side: Shame (Dance Mix) 7:16 The B Side: Save The Last Dance For Love 4:19 Shame (Red Mix) 5:24 The Brief: In the early eighties, The Motels put together a string of successful albums and hit singles. The end of that run was marked by the release of the LP ‘Shock’ in 1985. […]
The A Side: Rush Hour (Extended Remix) 7:20 Rush Hour (7″ Version) 4:02 The B Side: Rush Hour (The Red Mix) 7:23 Rush Hour (Instrumental) 5:03 The End Of Love 3:17 The Brief: In the early 80’s Jane Wiedlin played rhythm guitar in a band with Belinda Carlisle, Gina Schock, Charlotte Caffey and Kathy Valentine. […]
A song written by Prince, under the pseudonym Alexander Nevermind, for Sheena Easton’s 1984 LP ‘A Private Heaven’. The song was banned from video play because of the lyrics, not the imagery in the video, and it made Tipper Gore’s Filthy Fifteen list during the whole “music is destroying the very fabric of our society” hysteria in the mid-80’s. The song still went Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B singles charts and notched a #1 on the Dance charts.
“Come As You Are” was the title track of Peter Wolf’s second solo LP That was released in 1987. “Come As You Are” was the first single released to radio.
Side A: Come As You Are (Masquerade Mix) Side B: Come As You Are (Duke of Dilemma Dub) Come As You Are (Vocal Dub Mix) The Brief: Peter’s second solo LP was released in 1987. “Come As You Are” was the title track of that album and was the first single released to radio. It […]
Coming off the smash success of 1984’s “Sunglasses At Night”, Corey released his sophomore album, ‘Boy In The Box’, in 1985. The title cut was the second single released and entered the Billboard Hot 100 on 9/14/85 at #69. The song hit Top 40, peaking at #26 during a 12 week stay on the chart.
Side A: Lucky (Dance Mix) 5:54 Side B: Lucky (Trench Mix) 4:06 The Brief: In 1985, Greg Kihn released his 12th album since his debut in 1976. This offering was titled “Citizen Kihn” and spawned the top 40 charting single “Lucky”. The song first appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart on 2/16/85 at […]
Side A: Kim Carnes – You Make My Heart Beat Faster (And That’s All That Matters) (Dance Mix) 6:04 Side B: Kim Carnes – You Make My Heart Beat Faster (And That’s All That Matters) (Instrumental Version) 4:15 The Brief: The second single from Kim’s eighth studio album, ‘Cafe Racers’. “You Make My Heart Beat […]
The 12″ release of “Crazy In The Night (Barking At Airplanes)” by Kim Carnes features a Dance and a Dub mix by Rusty Garner.
“Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair)” was the 1st of 3 singles from Sheena Easton’s ‘Best Kept Secret’. 12″ remixes by Rusty Garner & Greg Mathieson.