Music – 1982 – Quarterflash – I Will Stand By You – Performed Live In Concert

Quarterflash released their second album, Take Another Picture, in 1983. It reached # 34 in Billboard…. and scored the single “Take Me to Heart”….which reached #14. The group released their final album, Back Into Blue, in 1985…..which peaked at # 150 in Billboard. The group later disbanded after getting dropped from Geffen Records.  In 1990, Quarterflash reunited, hiring session musicians, including…

Music – 1982 – Quarterflash – Give Me The Right Kind Of Love – Performed Live In Concert

The group Quarterflash was formed by merging two popular Oregon bands….Seafood Mama and Pilot….  and while continuing under the name Seafood Mama….the band originally released a picture-sleeved single of “Harden My Heart” on a local private label, Whitefire Records, in the spring of 1980…..which was a big hit on Portland radio stations and got the…

Music – 1982 – Quarterflash – Find Another Fool – Performed Live In Concert

It is rare to find a female who plays the saxophone really well….cuz here at ImaSportsphile….we have always thought of the sax as a male instrument….with the shape….and the sounds that come out of it…., they all just look and sound very male….I mean, just think about it….can you think of any great female sax…

Music – 1982 – Unknown Rock Band – Everybody Sees It Differently

There really isn’t much you can say about a music video that you don’t know the name of the group performing it….nor do you know for sure that the name of the song is “Everybody Sees It Differently”…. so, we write a couple of non-educational sentences…..that kinda like “Fake News”….our viewers get “Fake Copy” …..even though the music is…

Music – 1982 – Roger Hodgson + Supertramp – Give A Little Bit

The music group Supertramp….known as Daddy in 1969 – 1970….were an English rock band formed in London in 1969….although their music was initially categorized as progressive rock….they later incorporated a combination of traditional rock, pop and art rock into their music. The band’s work is marked by the individual songwriting of founders Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies….and the prominent use of Wurlitzer electric piano and saxophone….and though their early style was progressive….they…

Music – 1982 – Quarterflash – I Will Stand By You – Performed Live In Concert

Quarterflash is an American rock group formed in 1980 in Portland, Oregon….with a band that was originally made up of the two current members…. Orinda Sue “Rindy” Ross on lead vocals and saxophone….and her husband Marv Ross on guitars…..along with Jack Charles on guitars…..and Rick DiGiallonardo on keyboards / synthesizers….plus, Rich Gooch on electric bass…. and Brian David Willis…

Music – 1982 – Quarterflash – Harden My Heart – Performed Live In Concert

“Harden My Heart“ is a song by the rock group Quarterflash….which was written by their guitarist Marv Ross…..and was a million-selling Gold-certified single….after which it was featured on the band’s  band’s Platinum-selling Quarterflash album that was released in 1981. The song was originally released as a single in early 1980 by Seafood Mama….which was Quarterflash’s predecessor band…..as It featured more sparse instrumentation but…

Music – 1982 – Quarterflash – Give Me The Right Kind Of Love – Live In Concert

The group was formed by merging two popular Oregon bands, Seafood Mama and Pilot …. while continuing under the name Seafood Mama….the band originally released the single “Harden My Heart” on a local private label, Whitefire Records, in the spring of 1980….with the B-side track being “City of Roses”. “Harden My Heart” was a big hit on Portland radio stations…

Music – 1978 – Todd Rundgren + Utopia – Caravan + Can’t Stop the Loving Action + Road To Utopia

    Utopia is an American rock band formed in 1973 by Todd Rundgren. During its first three years, the group was a progressive rock band with a somewhat fluid membership known as Todd Rundgren’s Utopia. Most of the members in this early incarnation also played on Rundgren’s solo albums of the period up to 1975. By 1976, the group was known…