"Primitive" is the sixteenth studio album by Neil Diamond. It was released in 1984 on Columbia Records. Its singles "Turn Around", "Sleep With Me Tonight", and "You Make Me Feel Like Christmas" reach #4, 24, and 28, respectively on the Billboard Adult Contemporary singles chart, while "Turn Around" also reached #62 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The album was certified gold by the RIAA on October 5, 1984.
"Live at Last" is the first live album by American singer Bette Midler, a two-disc set released in 1977, Midler's fourth album release on the Atlantic Records label. The album spawned from her live, recorded performance, "The Depression Tour" in Cleveland, entitled "The Bette Midler Show".
Hard Times For Lovers is an album by Judy Collins, released on Elektra Records in 1979. Collins' first album of new material since Bread and Roses in 1976, some extra publicity was earned as a result of the back cover of the Francesco Scavullo-photographed sleeve art, depicting most of a nude Collins as seen from the back. The album was still something of a commercial disappointment, however, peaking at #54 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts.
It was reported on January 1, 2016, that Cole had died on December 31 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Her family stated that at the time of her death, had "ongoing health issues". According to Cole's publicist, Maureen O’Connor, the singer's death was the result of congestive heart failure.
is the fifteenth studio album by . It was released in 1982 on . The album contains the song , which reached #5 on the chart and #1 on the chart in late 1982. The album has been certified Platinum in the US.
is a 2001 studio album by . Distributed by , it was her first release on her label. As of 2015, it is her most recent album of new material. During the release for the album, appeared in a series of television advertisements for , in which she performs a medley of and the lead single from the album, .
El DeBarge is the self-titled debut album by El DeBarge. It was released in 1986 on Gordy Records (a sub-label of Motown and featured the hit singles, "Who's Johnny" and "Love Always". Singer/actress Vanity featured on backing vocals on the track, "Secrets Of The Night". This album went gold.