May 18, 2015

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Earlene Bentley - Caught In The Act (Vocal) b/w Caught In The Act (Instrumental) (1984) - single

I can trace Bentley back to acting as early as 1975 when she appeared in an episode of the U.K. TV series "Gangsters" where she portrayed a singer.
Earlene burst on the disco scene in 1983, long after the 'original' disco-era. Producer Ian Levine, who has always brought the best in divas to the dance floor, gave Bentley her first
worldwide hit with "The Boys Come To Town." The song was tailor-made for the gay high-energy dance crowd. Originally released on the U.K. label Record Shack, it was quickly
picked up for American distribution by the quintessential gay dance label Megatone.  It topped the club charts and established her as a major disco artist of the 1980's. What followed next was two more releases on Record Shack in 1984. "I'm Living My Own Life" and "Caught In The Act" were both superlative examples of the high-energy sounds
emerging from England at the time.

A - Caught In The Act (Vocal)  (3:29)
Written-By – Ian Levine-Fiachra Trench / Produced-By - Ian Levine-Fiachra Trench / Arranged By – Fiachra Trench
B - Caught In The Act (Instrumental)  (3:31)
Written-By – Ian Levine-Fiachra Trench / Produced-By - Ian Levine-Fiachra Trench / Arranged By – Fiachra Trench

Label:  Channel Records
Genre:  Electronic, Hi NRG
Catalog#  Chan 45-21

(P) 1984
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