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Album Review

The R&B/funk/urban contemporary women's ensemble Klymaxx began their careers in the early '80s with this debut album on Solar. It was a historic occasion on many levels. This marked the beginning of the Jam/Lewis production combine, as Klymaxx was the first band they wrote songs for and produced. It also marked drummer Bernadette Cooper's entry into the arena as a bandleader, making them one of the rare African-American women's groups that was as much an instrumental as vocal unit. In fact, they got more attention for the fact that everyone except Loreana Porter played an instrument than for their harmonies, which were, to put it mildly, routine. Porter had a strong voice, but used it more to punctuate songs and shout than to interpret lyrics.

Customer Reviews

Great Album

Even though I'm 27 (going on 28) years old, I love the 80's and I like the way Klymaxx bringing the 80's alive.

Just to be clear again

This was their SECOND album on SOLAR

Revisited

I remember when this album came out. I had just learned to Dj & was worker at a couple of local clubs. I just revisited this album. Wow I don't remember it being this funky! A great album & buy. They were truly talented artist.

Biography

Formed: 1979 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '80s, '90s

All-female band formed in 1979 by producer/drummer Bernadette Cooper, guitarist Cheryl Cooley and keyboard player Lynn Malsby. The original lead vocalists were Lorena Porter Shelby and Joyce "Fenderella" Irby, who later left for a solo career. In 1990, the group became a trio, with Shelby, guitarist...
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