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" ... 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! Bionic Boogie, which was an alias for the late Gregg Diamond, released 'Risky Changes' on their 1977 self-titled album. 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. Brainstorm was a Detroit-based group that recorded three albums and were active from 1976 until 1980. 'We're On Our Way Home' was released in 1978 on their 'Journey To The Light' album as a two-part song (Part I on the A-side; Part II on the B-side). The ... Tom Moulton's 12" mix of 'Helplessly' was released as the B-side to the Moment Of Truth song called 'So Much For Love' in 1976. Moment Of Truth recorded one album for Salsoul Records before disbanding.