Ready To Roll is the eighth album by Thelma Houston, released in 1978 on Motown Records. It was a modest success, peaking only at #74 in the US R&B charts. The single “Saturday Night, Sunday Morning” gained momentum in 1979 and was included in a remixed version on Houston’s Ride to the Rainbow album in […]
Yes It’s You Lady is a 1982 album by American singer Smokey Robinson. As 1981’s Being with You it was produced by George Tobin in association with Mike Piccirillo and recorded and mixed at Studio Sound Recorders, North Hollywood, California. It was released on the Motown sub-label Tamla.
“Old Fashioned Love” is the second single by Smokey Robinson, taken from this album Yes It’s You Lady. It peaked at #60 in the US Billboard Charts. Muscians Bass Scott Edwards Drums Ed Greene Guitar Mike Piccirillo Synthesizer Mike Piccirillo Sax Joel Peskin Trombone David Stout Trumpet Harry Kim Bells Mike Piccirillo Percussion Howard Lee […]
“Tell Me Tomorrow” is the first single from Smokey Robinson‘s album Yes It’s You Lady. It was released in 1982. It reached the US Billboard charts at #33 and #51 in the UK.
Good News From The Next World is the tenth studio album by Scottish rock band Simple Minds, released in January 1995 by record label Virgin. The album’s recording started in the band’s own studio in Perthshire, Scotland, in 1993, and finished in Los Angeles, US, in summer 1994. The two original band members – singer […]
“She’s A River” is the first single released from Scottish rock band Simple Minds‘ 11th studio album, Good News from the Next World. Written by band members Charlie Burchill and Jim Kerr, the song was inspired by Herman Hesse’s novel Siddhartha, a book about self-discovery. Released on 16 January 1995, “She’s a River” reached number three in Canada and Italy, number seven in the Flanders region of […]
Love Makes No Sense is the fifth studio album by the American recording artist Alexander O’Neal. The album was his final release for Tabu, and his first album made without formal production from Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. Sales were not as strong as his earlier releases, it went on to peak at #89 on […]