Jean Carn Don't Let It Go To your Head
live lead vocal
JEAN CARN Happy To Be with you
sounds and looks like live vocals. Also known as JEAN CARNE . In 1976, Carn was signed to Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff's Philadelphia International Records; her debut album in 1977 Jean Carn (PIR 34394) was a classy affair that merged the best of '70s soul and jazz with solid songwriting and tight instrumental support (MFSB, Instant Funk). The debut single "Free Love" went to number 23 R&B. Several of the album's tracks received considerable radio airplay. In June 1978, her second album for the label, Happy to Be With You (PIR 34986), was released. It included the hit single "Don't Let It Go to Your Head."
Carn's third Philadelphia International album When I Find You Love (PIR JZ 36196) was more of a return conceptually (musically and sonically) to that of Jean Carn. Produced by Dexter Wansel, Gamble and Huff, and Jerry Butler, the album rates as one of Carn's best efforts. The smooth and halting "My Love Don't Come Easy" peaked at number 43 R&B in the summer of 1979. At this time Ms. Carn was switched from the Philadelphia International label to the subsidiary TSOP imprint for her final outing. Released in August 1981, Sweet and Wonderful a duet featuring Glenn Jones, containing a stunning and classy remake of the Spinners' "Love Don't Love Nobody," on which Jean sang all the backgrounds, which went to number 35 R&B.
CROWN HEIGHTS AFFAIR I'm Gonna Love You (live)
black soul / disco / funk band
CROWN HEIGHTS AFFAIR I Love You (live)
disco era band dressed in open collar hot pink shirts and black vests. classic Disco era late 1970's fashions / styles
Description: Jean Carn - Don't Let It Go To Your Head Jean Carn - Happy To Be With You Crown Heights Affair - I'm Gonna Love You Crown Heights Affair - I Love You
Keywords: adult female
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