After seeing the cover
of the motion picture soundtrack album to "2001-A Space
Odyssey" at the age of 8, I found myself memorized by the
I begged my father to buy it for me and this became my first
music purchase. Soon after, I began collecting and listening
to movie soundtracks. The lure being the strings and dramatic
arrangements which most albums of this genre contained.
Throughout this time I was exposed to various styles of popular
music - my older sister, Lolly played her top 10 and soul 45's
always. So music constantly filled the house. It wasn't until
my exposure to club/disco music that the connection was complete.
The infusion of disco music during 1975 - 1978 was very experimental
and exciting. It wasn't until I desired to have this music to
myself for listening pleasure is when I developed my love for
disco and pop music.
the end of the 70's, the 80's and the start of the 90's I used
my self-crafted style of music blending and disc
jockey runs for various venues and friends. My main focus
was to share the music, which I found so beautiful and uplifting.
Which is why "disco" music played such an important
role in my initial attraction. It was celebratory and the arrangements
of "Euro-disco" were flowing such as classical music
sharing music with others and friends who laid their trust in
my selections and love for the art.
to dream of creating my
own music from the earful of influences I was experiencing
throughout time. One of the most wonderful opportunities came
about when a club artist by the name of Sharon Redd back in
1988 told me to, "do it!" These simple words
and her beautiful influence gave me the moments to simply pen
lyrics to record someday.
Gary Rader from Rader Recording Studios in 1989 gave me this
opportunity. You may hear a few songs, which Rader arranged
and helped me with my frail and non-intensive vocals - the objective
was to record, what was in my heart and soul. To share these
songs with friends and loved-ones was the other reason for their
I hope you
will take the time to discover