Here is The Style Council with “My Ever Changing Moods” from a 1984 UK 12″ release featuring the Long Version and two non-album tracks.
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Haircut One Hundred’s UK 12″ release of “Prime Time” features the Late Night Shopping Version with “Too Up Two Down” on the b-side.
“Qualified” was Lois Lane’s first single from the album ‘Precious’. Prince and Kirk Johnson are credited with lyrics, music, production and arrangement.
“I Wanna Be” is from ‘Fortune Fairytales’, Lois Lane’s second album released in 1990. The song on the flip side is the non-album track “Attracted To You”.
This UK 12″ release of Cathy Dennis’ “Too Many Walls” features the L’Autre Mix, album version and Acappella. It was a #1 Adult Contemporary hit in 1991.
Producer, arranger, and songwriter Ralph MacDonald’s “In The Name Of Love” was a Top 20 R&B hit in 1984. The track features vocals by Bill Withers.
Well, I stand up next to a mountain, Chop it down with the edge of my hand, Well, I pick up all the pieces and make an island, Might even raise just a little sand.
‘Cause I’m a voodoo child, Lord knows I’m a voodoo child.
One of the 4 members of ABBA out on her own as a solo act. This would be the only single she ever placed in the US Top 40 as a solo artist. The song was written by renowned songwriter Russ Ballard and produced by Mike Chapman who enjoyed great success with Blondie. This 12″ AOR mix was serviced to rock radio stations.
‘Cause you give me a good vibe don’t you know baby? You give me funky love, funky love, Could this be what love’s all about baby, Or is it just another dream? Is this for real or is it just another dream? Is this for real or is it just another dream? Is this for real or is it just another dream? Is this for real or is it just another dream?
Everyone’s a winner, baby, that’s the truth (yes, the truth), Making love to you is such a thrill. Everyone’s a winner, baby, that’s no lie (yes, no lie), You never fail to satisfy (satisfy)
The Brief: I purposely scheduled this record right after George Michael because listening to this song always brought to my mind the Wham! sound from ‘Make It Big’. I never paid much attention to this duo other than knowing this song and was curious what I would find out about them when I looked them up […]
The A Side: Heartache (Remix) 7:40 Heartache (Bonus Beats) 5:08 The B Side: Heartache (Original Version) 7:45 Heartache (7″ Edit) 3:32 The Brief: Helen “Pepsi” DeMacque and Shirlie Holliman were backing vocalists for Wham! before striking out on their own. The British duo released their debut album as Pepsi and Shirlie in 1987. It was […]
The A Side: Kiss (Art Of Noise Mix) 8:09 The B Side: Kiss (Battery Mix) 8:16 Kiss (7″ Version) 3:30 The Brief: Art Of Noise’s one-off collaboration with Tom Jones provided the group with their biggest mainstream hit. The song hit #5 on the UK Singles Chart, which was higher than Prince charted with the […]
Side A: Cry (Extended Remix) 7:25 Side B: Cry (Single Version) 3:55 Cry (Extended Version) 6:30 The Brief: “Cry” was promoted with one of the most memorable music videos of the 80’s. Using a technique known as analog cross-fading which was a forerunner of the digital technique known as morphing. The song itself entered the […]