Thursday, July 28, 2011

REGINA (RICHARDS) | Collectibles


REGINA RICHARDS AND THE RED HOT
Tyger [7"]
A&M Records
1980



REGINA RICHARDS AND THE RED HOT
Don't Want You Back [7"]
A&M Records
1980



REGINA RICHARDS AND THE RED HOT
Ton Of Bricks [7"]
A&M Records
1981

REGINA RICHARDS AND THE RED HOT
REGINA RICHARDS AND THE RED HOT
A&M Records
1981



REGINA
Curiosity
Atlantic
1986





REGINA
Baby Love [7" & 12"]
Atlantic
1986



REGINA
Beat Of Love [7" & 12"]
Atlantic
1986



REGINA
[Her Hit Tune Clones The Tones Of Madonna, But Regina Swears She's Not Just A Knockoff]
People
8|25|1986



REGINA
[Curiosity - Promo Ad]
Music Life
11|1986



REGINA
[How To Be A Pop Star]
Star Hits
11|1986



REGINA
Music Life
12|1986


REGINA
Extraordinary Love
10SW-67
Warner Bros./Atlantic
7|25|1988

1 comment:

  1. Regina (Regina Richards-Lee), is definitely one of the BEST artists of all time, in my opinion. She not only wrote most if her own music, but had such a soothing voice.
    Her choice to trade fame, for a family is quite understandable! But I just wish her second studio recorded album had been released! Regina said, it was more of the actual style of music she wanted to perform. But Atlantic records didn't think they would bank on it, so it was not released... SHAME! One of the songs she wrote for it, "Up All Night", has recently released on mp3. I hope Regina's "Step it Out" surfaces sometime too!
    Debra Torres (mis-spelled Torre, by her record label), released a rushed version of "Step it Out" & "Up All Night", and though she has a nice voice, the recording industry rushed the production with poor quality and weak promotion. So obviously, it didn't go as far as it could had...

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