This vinyl rip of the Girls Nite Out Promo 12″ from Tyler Collins features Larry Robinson’s Soul IV Seoul remixes. It was a Top 10 Pop/R&B hit in 1990.
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Tyler Collins’ “Girls Nite Out” was a Top 10 pop and R&B hit in 1990. This 12″ features 8 tracks of various remixes by Larry Robinson and Full Force.
The “Method Of Modern Love” special limited edition two-record UK 7″ single includes the live tracks “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)” and “Maneater”.
“Single Girls” was the second single released from ‘Rock The Room’ and became the Dazz Band’s last Top 20 hit on the R&B charts. This 12″ release features remixes by Keith Cohen and Steve Beltran.
“Foolish Pride” was written by Daryl Hall and produced by Hall, David A. Stewart and Tom “T-Bone” Wolk. Remix on this 12″ vinyl rip by Shep Pettibone.
Hall & Oates with David Ruffin & Eddie Kendricks released the live medley of “The Way You Do The Things You Do / My Girl” in 1985. It was a Top 40 Pop & R&B hit.
“Human Touch” was the 8th of 17 US Top 40 hits for Rick Springfield. This promo 12″ features a remix and instrumental by John Luongo.
“Instinctual” was Imagination’s last to chart in the US, and it topped the Dance chart, while sadly not crossing to R&B, and only getting to #62 in Britain.
This promo 7″ of “Back To The Cave” by Lita Ford was issued to radio with more “pop” friendly mixes by David Thoener. It came from the “Lita” album of 1988.
“Sunshine On My Shoulders” became Denver’s first #1 single on Billboard’s Hot 100 on March 30, 1974. He would go on to rack up 3 more #1s in 1974 and 1975.
Black Box featuring Martha Wash’s vocals released “Everybody Everybody” in 1990. It was the first of three #1 Dance hits the group scored in the 90s.
Black Box hailed from Italy and appeared on the music scene in the US in a big way in 1990. The group garnered two back-to-back #1 Dance hits with today’s record and “Everybody Everybody”. They topped the chart again in 1991 with “Strike It Up” which would also be the last single by the group to even appear on the US dance charts. Black Box were “fronted” by lip-sync singer Katrin Quinol but, the actual vocals on their 3 hits were performed by Weather Girls veteran Martha Wash. Wash was uncredited and wound up suing for credit and compensation, rightfully so. The suit was settled in 1990 to Wash’s satisfaction.
From Rick Astley’s 1991 album ‘Free’, here’s my favorite Rick Astley track… this UK 12″ vinyl rip is from Rick Astley’s “Cry For Help” of 1991. It features an extended version on Side A. It was a #1 Adult Contemporary hit in 1991.
I hope everyone that celebrated Thanksgiving yesterday had a wonderful time with friends and family. Now, here are some leftovers…
Here in the northern hemisphere, autumn is is in full swing. The days getting ever shorter and the nights cooler and longer. No better time than now to take a jazz break. For the next couple of weeks, there will be records from George Benson, David Sanborn and Boney James. To kick things off… the lovely and talented Candy Dulfer. So, sit back fellow babies, relax and let your mind float downstream…
Ronnie Milsap is primarily known as a country artist. He has crossed over on the pop charts on several occasions, previously noted here with “She Loves My Car”. One interesting fact I discovered, while researching chart info for this record, was that Ronnie had a Top 20 hit on the Billboard Top Selling Rhythm & Blues Singles chart in 1965 with “Never Had It So Good”. Add an entry to the Hot Dance/Disco charts from this record and Ronnie has charted on Billboard’s pop, R&B, dance and country charts in his career. Not bad for an old boy from North Carolina.
I just got your message Baby, So sad to see you fade away. I’m like a boy among men, I’d like a permanent friend. I’d like to think that I was just myself again. Tell me why is it I’m digging your scene, I know I’ll die Baby.
I, I-I, I ‘ll do anything ,That you want me to do, Yeah, I, I-I, I’ll do almost anything, That you want me too, ooh, Yeah.
But I can’t go for that, nooo (No) No can do, I can’t go for that, nooo (No) No can do.
The Brief: Depending on your musical taste, the concept album that served as a soundtrack for the musical stage production Chess, was one god-awful messy hodge-podge of crap with a few gems thrown in or a dazzling score that covers nearly all the pop bases. Either way, the worldwide hit “One Night In Bangkok” was part […]
The Brief: In 1987 the 3rd and final sequel to the 1979 blaxploitation movie Penintentiary was released. The soundtrack to the movie featured songs from such artists as Freda Payne, Yarbrough & Peoples, Midnight Star and The Gap Band. “Sweeter Than Candy” was The Gap Band’s contribution to the soundtrack and the song also appeared on […]
The Brief: Another band formed in Memphis, Tennessee, like the Bar-Kays, was Chocolate Milk who released 8 albums between 1975 to 1982. The last LP to bear their name was ‘Friction’ and it contained the single “Who’s Getting It Now” which was produced by Allen A Jones, the producer and manager for the Bar-Kays. He produced […]
The A Side: Celebrate Youth (Dance Mix) 5:20 The B Side: Celebrate Youth (Dub Mix) 6:20 The Brief: Richard Lewis Springthorpe was born in South Wentworthville, a western suburb of Sydney, Australia in 1949. As Rick Springfield he began beating around with various bands in Australia and moved to the US in 1972. His debut […]
“Swept Away” is a song written by Daryl Hall & Sara Allen and produced by Daryl Hall & Arthur Baker for Diana Ross. The single is from the album of the same name that was released in 1984 and reached #26 on the Billboard 200 album chart. The week that “Swept Away” hit the Hot 100 it was the highest debut song of the week.
This 12″ is a promo from Nona Hendryx’s “I Sweat (Going Through The Motions)”, the A side is the LP version and on side B is an instrumental that runs 4:57.
This 12″ single released in support of Hall & Oates’ ‘Rock ‘n Soul Part 1’ greatest hits album features the #8 pop hit “Adult Education”. On the flip-side is “Maneater” which hit #1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 on December 18, 1982 and held the top spot for 4 weeks.