debut album, “The Glow Of Love” was responsible for launching the career of
all-time great, Luther Vandross and should be in every serious music lover’s
most Disco artists struggled to produce consistent albums, Change pulled off the
double whammy of two best selling and critically acclaimed albums in just two
years. ‘The Glow Of Love’, released in 1980 is perhaps the greatest Italian
dance album of all time and widely regarded as a an international ‘breakthrough’
album for dance music. Change was put together by the Italian dream team of
Mauro Malavsi, Davide Romani and executive producer Jaques Fred Petrus and with
Luther Vandross and Jocelyn Shaw (Brown) on lead vocals it was hardly a surprise
that It was such a huge global success. It features the smash hits ‘Searching’,
‘A Lover’s Holiday’ and the huge title track, “The Glow Of Love” which has the
crown for being one of the most sampled tracks of all time.
follow up album ‘Miracles’ came out in 1981 and proved that Change were no ‘one
album wonders’. It features the
huge Soul Weekender anthems ‘Paradise’, ‘Hold Tight’ & ‘On Top’ and is
widely considered to be another classic of the genre.
one feature’s the original albums whilst disc two is a collectors dream –
including all the original 7” single cuts, rare 12” versions and numerous edits
of key tracks.
of these albums have been in huge demand with collectors as it’s been over 20
years since “The Glow Of Love” has been available on CD and “Miracles” has only
ever been available on CD in Japan around a decade ago. Demand will be high!