Janet Kay (born 17 January 1958) is a British vocalist best known for her 1979 lovers rock hit "Silly Games".
Janet Kay Bogle was born in North West London, on 17 January 1958. She was discovered singing impromptu at a rehearsal studio by Tony "Gad" Robinson, the keyboardist from Aswad, who recommended Kay to Alton Ellis. The Jamaican-born Ellis, a successful rocksteady vocalist, had relocated permanently to London, where he continued to be involved with reggae music and was looking for a female vocalist to record a reggae cover of Minnie Riperton's song "Lovin' You". In 1978 Kay recorded "I Do Love You" and "That's What Friends Are For". The single "Silly Games", written and produced by Dennis Bovell, was released in 1979 and became a hit across Europe, reaching No. 2 in the UK Singles Chart. The chart success of "Silly Games" led to Kay appearing on Top of the Pops, then the BBC's flagship music programmeЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Silly Games [1979, сингл]
- Dub Dem Silly [1993, альбом]
- Love You Always [21.06.1993, альбом]
- For the Love of You [01.07.1994, альбом]
- Making History [23.07.1998, альбом]
- アイドル・ケイ [23.05.2012, альбом]
- Lovin' You ~ BEST OF J.K. [21.06.1991, сборник]
- The Definitive Hits Collection (1977-1985) [11.06.2011, сборник]