A thriller about a man, Dr Wolcott, who is wrongfully acquitted of charges that he molested his daughter, Dinah. The deputy district attorney, Joey, takes Dinah with her seeking refuge from Dr. Wolcott's molestation. A non-stop movie with twists and turns and a ferocious mountain lion.
On the heels of his 15th Grammy Pat Metheny, the most honored jazz guitarist in history, offers one of the most adventurous albums of his career. One Quiet Night is simply Metheny and a solo baritone guitar. Completely acoustic, no overdubs, using a rediscovered low Nashville tuning and recorded in his home studio.
One Night In Japan, a live Michael Jackson performance recorded at Korakuen Stadium, Yokahama, Japan on the 12th of September, 1987. Capturing the 'King Of Pop' at the absolute height of his fame and creative prowess, the set features highlights from Michael's entire career, including a medley of Jackson 5 hits!
Spend the Night is the 25th album released by The Isley Brothers on Warner Bros. Records on October 5, 1989. The last official record featuring original members Rudolph and Ronald recording together, Rudolph officially left the group after recording this album which explains why Ronald is the only Isley Brothers member on the cover.
The Night I Fell in Love is the fourth studio album by American R&B singer-songwriter Luther Vandross, released by Epic in March 1985. In 1986, Vandross garnered a nomination for the Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance and two American Music Awards, Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist and Favorite Soul/R&B Album. The first single "'Til My Baby Comes Home" is notable for featuring Billy Preston on organ. The Night I Fell in Love reached number nineteen on the US Billboard 200 album chart and topped the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts, it was ranked #93 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 100 best albums of the 1980s. The album was later be certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
A psychological detective story about a police hunt for the murderer of young boys. The police comissioner ends up tracing the clues to his own home, where he has an adolescent son he has not been able to communicate with. The son is helping and hiding a foreign-born psychopath. All three die in the final shoot-out.
"Quiet Storm" was originally released in 1986 and was one of Peabo's most underrated albums ever. The gorgeous ballads "Since I've Been In Love", "Catch 22" and "Good Combination", however, are all classic Peabo performances which rank right up there with his most popular works. Perhaps because it only got airplay on late-night Quiet Storm radio shows this album failed to get much-deserved exposure.