Southbound is an album by folk-rock writer & country singer Hoyt Axton, released in 1975. It reached #27 on the US country charts and #188 on the Billboard 200. Tracks 1 I Love To Sing (Bob Lind) 01:55 2 Southbound (Hoyt Axton; Mark Dawson) 02:34 3 Lion In The Winter (Hoyt Axton) 03:23 4 Blind […]
Somethin’ ‘Bout You Baby I Like is the thirty-sixth album by American singer/guitarist Glen Campbell, released in 1980. The title track, first recorded by Tom Jones in 1974, became a hit on three U.S. charts for Campbell in June 1980, recorded as a duet with Rita Coolidge. Tracks 1 Somethin’ ’bout You Baby I Like […]
“Something ‘Bout You Baby I Like” is a popular song written by guitarist Richard Supa in the early 1970s. The version by Tom Jones reached No. 36 in the UK in 1974. Glen Campbell and Rita Coolidge reached No. 42 in the US with their recording of the song in 1980.
“Hot Stuff” is a song by American singer Donna Summer from her seventh studio album Bad Girls (1979), produced by English producer Pete Bellotte and Italian producer Giorgio Moroder and released as the lead single from Bad Girls in 1979 through Casablanca Records. Up to that point, Summer had mainly been associated with disco songs […]
Jeff Kutash And The Dancin’ Machine is an album by Jeff Kutash, released in 1980. Jeff Kutash (b. 1945) is an American dancer and choreographer and has choreographed for James Brown, Otis Redding, Jackie Wilson, John Travolta, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson, Bette Midler, Cher and Jerry Lewis. The Dancin’ Machine are No No Nonette, Mr […]
“It Keeps You Runnin’” is a song by the American rock band The Doobie Brothers. The song was written by band member Michael McDonald, and served as the third single from their sixth studio album Takin’ It to the Streets. It was also covered and released as a single by Carly Simon. American singer-songwriter and […]
“Till I Loved You” is a song from the never-staged musical Goya: A Life in Song, based on the life of the Spanish artist Francisco Goya. It was written by American composer Maury Yeston. The original was sung by tenor Plácido Domingo and American singer Dionne Warwick. It was subsequently released as a single by […]