Taana Gardner's 'Work That Body' was one of her first releases, hitting record stores in 1979 as a 12" single or available on her self-titled debut album, 'Taana Gardner' (both found on the venerable NYC label, West End Records). 'Work That Body' was mixe... Amant was a Ray Martinez project (with assistance from drummer Gus Perez) that released a two track vinyl simple titled 'Amant' in 1978. The A-side featured here was called 'If There's Love' and clocked in at 14 minutes and 43 seconds... the B-side was 'H... 'Found A Cure' was released in 1979 as the opening track on Ashford & Simpson's 'Stay Free' album. Enjoy! Jeanne Napoli was a singer/songwriter who released only one album called 'Jeanne' in 1976 on NYC-based Vigor Records (a sub-label of De-Lite Records). The song featured on this video was on the aforementioned album, but the version here is the longer 12" ... Bionic Boogie, which was an alias for the late Gregg Diamond, released 'Risky Changes' on their 1977 self-titled album. El Coco is an alias for the recording duo Rinder & Lewis. The song 'Cocomotion' was part of the album of the same name... and it was released in 1977 on the LA-based AVI Records label. An interesting sidenote: The song was remixed in 1979 and that version... Not much real info on this one other than the fact that it was a 1979 release on a pretty blue colored vinyl with white streaks. It was written/produced by Harry Scorzo, Jr., recorded in southern California, and released by Rampart Records (who released s... 'Over And Over' was a 1977 song released on Sylvester's self-titled debut album. The longer version posted here was a rare 12" extended mix that is prized by afficianados and DJs alike. Sylvester was a San Francisco-based artist who released ten solo albu... 'Touch And Go' was a 1976 song by Ecstasy, Passion & Pain (with Barbara Roy singing lead vocals). This 12" release also featured a slightly longer mix (by Tom Moulton) than the 7" version.