The Tea Dance is the second album by D.C. LaRue, released in 1976 on Pyramid Records. D.C. LaRue (born David Charles L’Heureux) (born April 26, 1948 in Meriden, Connecticut) is an American singer, songwriter and producer. His music was successful in clubs and on dance music charts worldwide during the 1970s and early 1980s.
The Sea Of Dirac is an album by Jun Fukamachi, released in 1977 on Kitty. Jun Fukamachi (May 21, 1946 – November 22, 2010) was a Japanese jazz fusion composer, arranger, keyboardist, and synthesizer player. Fukamachi played with The Brecker Brothers and Steve Gadd, among others, and released albums on Polydor and Toshiba in the […]
Carol Townes & Fifth Avenue is the only album released by the same group in 1976. Carol Lynn Townes is an American soul singer from Warrenton, North Carolina. Hailing from a family of gospel singers, she made her debut singing gospel at age three. She moved to New York in the early 1970s, joining a […]
Tightrope is the 1977 debut solo album of jazz guitarist Steve Khan. Bob James who just got him signed to Columbia Records produced the album for his own Tappan Zee label, a sub-division of Columbia. Bob James plays a then fashionable Oberheim polyphonic synthesizer. All other musicians were (at some point) members of the Brecker […]