februari 18, 2017

Teri DeSario – Moonlight Madness (1979) - Lp

Teri Lynn DeSario (born November 27, 1951) is an American singer-songwriter from Miami, Florida.
DeSario worked within several music genres out of high school. She was vocalist, played recorder and harp from 1970–1977 with a Medieval and Renaissance music group, the Early Music Consort, headed by scholar and Pro Musica member Arnold Grayson. She began her career as a singer/songwriter in the folk genre and later expanded her love of folk music with her passion for jazz. After marrying horn player, arranger, and composer Bill Purse, they founded a pop-folk-jazz collaborative called Abacus. One night a long-haired man walked into the club where she was performing, claiming to be the producer of the Bee Gees; it turned out he actually was. Barry Gibb heard her demo of original music and was so inspired by DeSario's vocals that he wrote a song for her called "Ain't Nothing Gonna Keep Me from You" and helped her obtain a recording contract.

"Ain't Nothing Gonna Keep Me from You" from 1978 was DeSario's first hit single, written by Barry Gibb from her first album Pleasure Train, also released in 1978. Even though the first single from her debut, Pleasure Train, made #43 on the U.S. pop charts, she hadn't really enjoyed the recording experience and wanted a new direction. It was then that she bumped into an old school mate she had as a teen, Harry Wayne Casey (KC) of KC and the Sunshine Band.
In the U.S., DeSario is mainly known for her duet with KC, lead singer of the R&B and funk group KC and the Sunshine Band of the Barbara Mason cover, "Yes, I'm Ready" from 1980 (#2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and certified gold, Adult Contemporary #1 for 2 weeks) from her second album Moonlight Madness, released in 1979. Follow-up singles (album title track) "Moonlight Madness" and a remake of "Dancin' in the Streets" charted but didn't make the Billboard Top 40.
By the end of 1980, her hit "Yes, I'm Ready" granted herself one-hit wonder status, with the disco-era making an exit, even though her duet with KC was a pop-fused remake of a slow-dancing ballad.

Side A
A1. Moonlight Madness – 4:59
A2. Heart Of Stone – 3:25
A3. With Your Love – 4:28
A4. Hold On, Hold On – 4:54
A5. Dancin’ In The Streets  (Featuring [Duet] – KC) – 3:10

Side B
B1. Sell My Soul For You – 5:39
B2. Goin’ Thru The Motions – 3:28
B3. Fallin’ – 3:08
B4. Yes, I’m Ready  (Featuring [Duet] – KC) – 3:05
B5. You Got What It Takes – 5:16

Musicians
Production

H.W. Casey – production and management
Erick Zobler – audio engineering
Mixed at Devonshire Studios by Humberto Gatica and Mike Mancini (assistant)
SNB – mastering
Don Foster – management
Shaun Harris – contractor
Harry Langdon – photography
Edward Beckett and Gribbitt! – design
Alice Gellis – wardrobe
Armando Cosio – hair and make-up
  
Notes
Release: 1979
Genre: Disco, Funk
Format: LP
Label: Casablanca Records
Catalog# 571063
Prijs: € 7.00

Vinyl: Goed
Cover: Goed

0 reacties:

Een reactie posten