C’est Chic is the second studio album by American R&B band Chic, released on Atlantic Records in 1978. C’est Chic includes the band’s signature hit “Le Freak”, which topped the US Hot 100 chart, US R&B, and US Club Play in October 1978, selling six million copies in the US. The album also contains the […]
“Le Freak” is a 1978 funk / disco song by American R&B band Chic. It was the band’s third single and first Billboard Hot 100 and R&B number-one hit song. Along with the tracks “I Want Your Love” and “Chic Cheer”, “Le Freak” scored number one on the disco charts for seven weeks. The single […]
“I Want Your Love” is a song by American band Chic from their second studio album C’est Chic (1978). Featuring a solo lead vocal by Alfa Anderson, the song became a very successful follow-up to their hit single “Le Freak”. According to Kathy Sledge, the song was originally slated to be recorded by Sister Sledge; […]
“Do You Really Love Your Baby” is the second single from the The Temptations, taken from their album Touch Me and got to #88 in the UK Charts.
Busy Body is the third studio album by American R&B/soul singer-songwriter Luther Vandross, released on November 25, 1983. It was certified platinum by the RIAA in January 1985. The album was released around the time Michael Jackson’s Thriller album was in the charts. It hit the number position in the week of April 13, 1984 […]
“I Wanted Your Love” is the fifth and last single from Luther Vandross‘ album Busy Body, released in 1984. It reached #88 in the UK Charts. Musicians Bass Marcus Miller Drums Yogi Horton Guitar Doc Powell Guitar Georg Wadenius Keyboards Nat Adderley Jr Synthesizer Skip Anderson Congas Steve Kroon Percussion Paulinho Da Costa Background Vocals […]
“I’ll Let You Slide” is a song by American recording artist Luther Vandross. The song is from his third studio album Busy Body. Released in 1983, the single reached No. 9 on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart.
“Superstar” is a 1969 song written by Bonnie Bramlett and Leon Russell with a songwriting credit also given to Delaney Bramlett that has been a hit for many artists in different genres and interpretations in the years since; the best-known versions are by the Carpenters in 1971, and by Luther Vandross in 1983. In the […]