Saturday, July 20, 2013

Liquid Heat

Liquid Heat was a female R&B/dancemusic duo from the 80s. Not much information is given about them, but one of the member's name is Linda K. Holland.
In 1986, they released their only self-titled album. It's unknown how or if the album made the charts at all.
The only single released from the album was "Dr. Please" which also failed to make any impact on the charts.
Liquid Heat's last musical release was the single "Nice Girls" in 1989. It's unknown how or if the single charted.

After that, it seems as if Liquid Heat has faded into obscurity. Nothing much has been heard from them since.

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Brandon H said...

The second member of the group is named Leslie Cole, who is the lighter skinned one. There are now quite a few songs by them that has shown up on youtube. Also, they shouldn't be confused with The Liquid Heat band, which was a straight funk group who came out around the same time. Unfortunately I couldn't find any info as to what happened to them. Considering the Holland influence is all over this album, I can only imagine that Linda K. Holland is related to the Holland family in some way. But I've found nothing that definitively link them together. Though just based on the credits, it looks like the second girl had little to no creative control. But this album has insanely good production, though it's clearly way too stuck in a particular era.

Nina Infante said...

Linda K. Holland is the daughter of Brian Holland, of Holland-Dozier-Holland fame. In fact, her father wrote most of the tracks on this album.