Starland Vocal Band was an American pop band, known primarily for "Afternoon Delight", one of the biggest-selling singles of 1976.
The group began as Fat City, a husband/wife duo of Bill Danoff and Taffy Nivert.
Danoff and Nivert co-wrote the song "I Guess He'd Rather Be in Colorado" and then, with John Denver, "Take Me Home, Country Roads" which became a hit single in 1971. The duo recorded two albums as Fat City, and two more as Bill & Taffy, all released from 1969-1974. In the mid 70s, Starland Vocal Band was formed and subsequently signed to Denver's label Windsong Records.
Starland Vocal Band was also composed of Jon Carroll (keyboards, guitar, vocals) and Margot Chapman (vocals). Carroll and Chapman married after meeting as members of the group, but later divorced. Their son Ben Carroll is also a musician.
The group's debut album was the self-titled Starland Vocal Band and included "AfternoonЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Starland Vocal Band [1976, альбом]
- Rear View Mirror [1977, альбом]
- Christmas at Home [1980, альбом]
- A Golden Classics Edition [сборник]
- Afternoon Delight: The Best of the Starland Vocal Band [сборник]
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