Change of Heart is the fifth studio album by the Italian/U.S. ensemble Change. It was released in 1984

9.9 was an American R&B group formed in the mid-1980s. The group consisted of members Margo Thunder, Leslie Jones and Wanda Perry. The group formed in 1985 in Boston, Massachusetts. They signed to RCA Records and released their first album, 9.9, and the single, "All of Me for All of You". The single reached #5 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

"Mama Used to Say" is the debut single release from British singer-songwriter Junior, taken from his debut studio album.

Con Funk Shun was formed in Vallejo, California by high-school classmates Louis A. McCall and Michael V. Cooper. With Louis on drums and percussion and Michael providing lead vocals and lead guitar, the group included Karl "Deacon" Fuller (trumpet), Paul "Maceo" Harrell (saxophone/flute) Cedric Martin (bass Guitar), Danny "Sweet Man" Thomas (keyboards), and Felton "Slyde Clyde" Pilate (trombone/lead vocals).

Song Bird is the second studio album by American singer Deniece Williams. It was produced by Maurice White and released on October 28, 1977, by Columbia Records


Fats Gaines was a jazz musician and orchestra leader born in Kansas, who had a significant presence in the San Francisco Bay music scene from the early 1950s to the first half of the 1980s. He experimented with various musical genres throughout his career, including Rhythm and Blues, Soul, Funk, and Disco, but always maintained the guiding presence of jazz in his music.