Found a Cure" is a 1979 single by Ashford & Simpson, from their album, Stay Free. Along with the title track and the song, "Nobody Knows", "Found a Cure" hit number one on the dance/disco chart for two weeks. The tracks replaced Diana Ross's album, The Boss, which was produced by Ashford & Simpson. Found a Cure" also crossed over to the soul singles chart where it stayed at number two for three weeks, as well as crossing over to the pop singles chart where it made the Top 40 peaking at number 36.
Ashford & Simpson – Stay Free. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Winchester Pressing. Backing Vocals – Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson Bass – Francisco CentenoDrums – Chris Parker (2)Electric Piano – Ray ChewGuitar – Eric GaleHorns, Strings – John Davis (5)Piano – Valerie Simpson.
Stay Free, their third straight gold album, contained "Found a Cure," another R&B smash that also made the Top 40 on the pop chart. A Musical Affair, in 1980, featured the hit "Love Don't Make It Right," but was not as successful as previous efforts. Meanwhile, Ashford & Simpson continued to work with other artists, scoring successes with Ross, Chaka Khan ("I'm Every Woman"), and Gladys Knight & the Pips ("Bourgie, Bourgie," "Taste of Bitter Love"). Their own career saw a resurgence in 1984 with Solid, which went gold and.
1. Found A Cure 2. Stay Free 3. Dance Forever 4. Nobody Knows 5. Crazy 6. Finally Got To Me 7. Follow Your Heart Tracks 1 to 7 are the album "Stay Free" – released September 1979 in the USA on Warner Brothers HS-3357 and in the UK on Warner Brothers K 56703. BONUS TRACKS: 8. Found A Cure (Single Version) 9. Nobody Knows (Single Version) 10. Stay Free (Mike Maurro Groove Mix) 11. Found A Cure (Single Version).
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