Released in 1968, Love Child marked an evolution toward a more mature sound for the Supremes. Great producers including Ashford & Simpson, Smokey Robinson, Harvey Fuqua and many others contributed to its success, including the #1 single title track.
The 1978 film "Thank God It's Friday" tells the story of the staff of the fictional Los Angeles club, The Zoo. The soundtrack features some of the biggest names of the disco era including Donna Summer, Diana Ross, Thelma Houston and The Commodores. Temporarily Out Of Stock
The last studio album Jefferson Airplane recorded during their main period of activity, Long John Silver highlights the complex interplay of Jorma Kaukonen's wah-wah guitar and Papa John Creach’s sweet violin on rousing songs like “Eat Starch Mom.”
Whatever Happened To Benny Santini?, Chris Rea’s debut album, is named for a potential stage name considered for Rea. The album introduced his husky voice and smooth, grooving melodies on tracks like the Top 40 hit, “Fool (If You Think It’s Over).”
This album marked the beginning of nationwide domination from the Ohio players. Not only did they make a move to a new record label, they also put out what was one of the best albums of 1974. The concept: hard core funk, but with a bit of everything thrown in... especially Jazz and Gospel harmony, and even touches of the pop/rock of the era.