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A motion picture soundtrack (and movie) well deserving of its obscurity, this was reissued on compact disc to cash in on Travolta's ascension back into Hollywood stardom. But despite the packaging, he only appears on one track on this ten-track soundtrack, a duet with Olivia on "Take A Chance." Newton-John, for her part, supplies three more tunes ("Shaking You," "Living In Desperate Times" and "Twist of Fate"), while the rest of this soundtrack contains performances from Patti Austin, Steve Kipner, Boz Scaggs, Journey, David Foster and Chicago.


Born: September 01, 1938 in Kingston, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the first vocalists to enter the Jamaican music business, Alton Ellis was generally revered as the greatest and most soulful singer the country ever produced -- that is, until Bob Marley came along. Ellis had his first hit during the ska craze, but made his true lasting mark as the definitive solo singer of the rocksteady era. Sweet, smooth, and deeply emotive, Ellis was equally at home on Jamaican originals or reggae-fied covers of American R&B hits. He cut a series of ska singles for Clement...
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