Oct 042015

Written by David Nichtern

“Midnight At The Oasis” was a 1974 hit single for American blues/rock singer Maria Muldaur. Written by noted songwriter David Nichtern, “Midnight At The Oasis” reached #6 on Billboard Hot 100. This single was eventually nominated at the 1975 Grammy Awards as “Record Of The Year” and “Song Of The Year.” The best features of the song were Muldaur’s sensual vocal performance, its irresistible soft/rock appeal and, last but not least, the exotic, saucy lyrics.

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Mar 092014


written by Diane Warren

Jonathan David Buck, aka Jon B, is a talented R&B singer/songwriter who enjoyed a successful run in the second half of the nineties. Jon B started his career as staff writer for super-producer Babyface and penned hits for Michael Jackson, Toni Braxton, Luther Vandross and After 7. The singer’s first two albums, “Bonafide” and “Cool Relax,” were both platinum sellers.

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Nov 152009


Written by Diane Warren

Released in 2000, “The Heat” was Toni Braxton’s third album and another huge hit for the singer. It sold over six millions worldwide and was certified multi-platinum in the USA with over two million in sales. Musically, “The Heat” took the performer towards more urban/dance material like the first single, “He Wasn’t Man Enough,” co-written and produced by Rodney Jerkins. Continue reading »