G-Force is a 1980 album by the namesake UK-American band led by Irish guitarist, Gary Moore. Moore was on an American tour with Thin Lizzy and left the band mid-tour. He went to Los Angeles in an attempt to make a solo rock presence. With the opportunity to tour America in support of Van Halen, Moore recruited bassist Tony Newton (Motown session player and ex-Tony Williams Lifetime), vocalist Willie Dee (born Willy Daffern; ex-Captain Beyond/Pipedream) and percussionist Mark Nauseef (formerly with the Ian Gillan Band and Elf) and the band was formed as G-Force. The tour was a success, and the band supported Whitesnake on their 1980 Ready an' Willing trek. However, the band was short lived, only producing the one eponymous album and re-mixed by Dennis Mackay. The album consisted of more conventional hard rock radio oriented music than Moore's previous efforts. "Trust Your Lovin'" (Newton, Dee) is a non album track, only released on the 7" single "You". Soon after the album was released, G-Force disbanded and Moore joined with Greg Lake of Emerson, Lake & Palmer fame, on a new venture.
Excellent Underrated AOR album from English Songwriter / Musician Adrian Gurvitz, Released in 1979 on Jet label.
The Best of Paul Mauriat, Vol.1 album by Paul Mauriat was released April 30, 2013 on the Universal Music label. The Best of Paul Mauriat, Vol.1 CD music contains a single disc with 15 songs.
German dance-pop duo Modern Talking comprised of Thomas Anders and Dieter Bohlen is the most successful German music act of all-time, literally shaping the musical landscape of the 1980‘s. At the height of their chart success, the duo sold over 75 million records in only three years, achieving a legendary status that has remained unmatched. Originally released in 1991, The Collection compiles 16-tracks from the duo's dominant run in the '80s, primarily of the best material from their first five albums, including such international smashes as "You're My Heart, You're My Soul," …
This 2005 set is a good collection of 24 love songs from throughout Elvis' career. Although there are a couple of odd choices like "Hawaiian Wedding Song" here, for the most part this concentrates on Elvis' big hit ballads and slow dance favorites, which makes this a good choice for love-minded listeners on a budget.
Rare stuff from John Coltrane! The album features Trane playing tenor on only 4 of the album's 8 tracks – making it kind of surprising that they used his name in the title – but the album is a lesser-known batch of large group recordings that offer an interesting early chapter in his career! The main force behind the album is arranger Harry Tubbs – possibly not a name that's as sexy as John Coltrane, hence the billing – but a worthy leader for the date, given the quality of the music.