The Pursuit Of D. B. Cooper is a 1981 American crime thriller film about infamous aircraft hijacker D. B. Cooper, who escaped with $200,000 after leaping from the back of a Boeing 727 airliner on November 24, 1971. The bulk of the film fictionalizes Cooper’s escape after he landed on the ground. The musical score […]
Photoglo is the first album by Jim Photoglo, released in 1980. James G. Photoglo is an American soft rock singer and songwriter from Inglewood, California. He released two charting albums in the early 1980s and had two hit singles, “We Were Meant to Be Lovers” (#31, 1980) and “Fool in Love with You” (#25, 1981). […]
“We Were Meant to Be Lovers” is a song by Jim Photoglo, released as a single in 1980 from his debut album, Photoglo. It reached No. 31 on the Billboard Hot 100, and No. 14 on the Adult Contemporary chart. Cover versions have been recorded by Rita Remington in 1980 and David Slater in 1988. […]
Hold On Tight is an (Japanese) album by Edward Furlong, released in 1992. Edward Walter Furlong (born August 2, 1977) is an American actor. He won Saturn and MTV Movie Awards for his breakthrough performance as John Connor in James Cameron’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991).
Solo is the first album by Steve Archer, released in 1982. Steve Archer (born January 5, 1953) is an American singer-songwriter and producer. He is a pioneer of the genre of Jesus music, later to become known as contemporary Christian music. He is the former lead singer of The Archers, a contemporary Christian music and […]
Takin’ It Easy is the ninth studio album by Seals and Crofts, released in 1978 by Warner Bros. Records. It was their last album to contain any charting singles. “You’re the Love” reached #18 in early 1978 and the title track reached #79 later the same year. The title track was noteworthy because of a […]
Russell Hitchcock is the self-titled debut album by Russell Hitchcock, best known as the lead singer of Air Supply, released in 1988. The album didn’t reach the charts, though singles “Someone Who Believes in You”, “I Can’t Believe My Eyes”, “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore” and “Where Did the Feeling Go?” had minor recognition. […]
Tokyo Rose is a 1989 album by American musician Van Dyke Parks. The album concerns the intersection between Japanese and American cultures, particularly as reflected in the competitive “Trade War” of the 1980s. The intersection between the two cultures is nowhere more obvious than in the album’s first song, “America”, an adaptation of “America the […]