Disco-soul od supergrupy, w której prym wiodła Sylvia Striplin. Niesłusznie zapomniana płyta z początku ósmej dekady zeszłego stulecia. Całkiem feministyczny i pozytywny przekaz! Produkcja: Roy Ayers.
This vocal ensemble comprised Denie Corbett, Marva Hicks, Susan Beaubian, Sylvia Striplin and Vivian Prince. In 1979 Denie had recorded a disco solo single “What You Won’t Do For Love” and was featured lead with group Station Break on another disco release “Be What You Are. Marva Hicks had recorded a debut solo single “Looking Over My Shoulder” in 1978 and would later infiltrate the modern soul world with “One Good Reason” from her 1991 self-titled debut and only solo album.
Vivian Prince recorded a boogie track “Gotta Get A Hold On You” in 1982 and of course Sylvia recorded a solo project “Give Me Your Love”, which was also reissued by 'Expansion' for 'Uno Melodic'.
As Eighties Ladies; they are best known for “Turned On To You”.
- Produced by the legendary: Roy Ayers & Edwin Birdsong