- "Change of Heart" was produced by Jimmy
Jam and Terry Lewis, and was produced by Jacques Fred Petrus,
the creator and executive producer of Change. The duo flew
to Italy to produce the album but they never got paid!
- Mary Davis, after separating from the SOS Band,
generated two albums, Steppin’ Out and Separate Ways,
which was a LaFace production (LA, Babyface,
DeRock, and Kayo). LaFace also produced
tracks off of the Mac Band’s first album. "Stuck"
was the first single. After she released this album, Mary worked at Peppermint
Records in Atlanta until August 1995 where she reunited with the
band for live shows.
- We all know about Junior Giscombe because someone
peeked. That someone didn’t know that James "D-Train"
Williams was a football player who decided he wanted to sing instead
and hooked up with Hubert Eaves III.
- For Dynasty’s "The Only One", yes, it’s true
that Leon Sylvers, III produced this album, but the writers
were no other than the ones mentioned above, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. These
tracks were done before Flytetyme took off in full force.
- Last but not least, Portrait’s neo-soul "On And On"
was graced by no other than Grover Washington, Jr. (Dec.
12, 1943 – Dec. 7, 1999).
Today, the man on the turntables is no other than KB, who’s bouncing the tunes
After Party. Head on over there and bounce to it! With Koffee Brown
all the way to Dave Hollister, you have no choice but to bob
your head. I know I’m bobbin’ mine.
Coming this weekend: another collabo, and stay tuned for the next OSW…it’s
already in the works….