Pleasure is a band from Portland, Oregon. Blending soul, funk and jazz with a street edge, they became a cult group on the underground black music scene of the late 1970s. They are perhaps best known for their 1979 hit, "Glide" from the album Future Now. They released their most recent album, Now Is The Time, in May 2019.
Music for Pleasure is the second studio album by English punk rock band the Damned. It was released on 18 November 1977 by Stiff Records. Music for Pleasure was produced by Nick Mason of Pink Floyd. The Damned originally sought out former Pink Floyd member Syd Barrett, but were unsuccessful due to his reclusive lifestyle
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The Pleasure Seekers (band). This article is about a band. For the film, see The Pleasure Seekers. For the song, see The Pleasure Seekers (song). The original band included Suzi Quatro and Patti Quatro, Nancy Ball (drums) (born 1947, Detroit, Michigan, USA), Mary Lou Ball (guitar) (born 1950, Detroit, Michigan, USA), and Diane Baker (born 1947, Detroit, Michigan, USA), whose father was in Art Quatro's band, on piano. Later on in April or May 1966 Arlene Quatro (born Arlene Sue Quatro, November 26, 1941, Detroit, Michigan, USA) replaced Diane Baker on the piano. In 1968, they were one of the earliest all girl rock group to be signed to a major label, Mercury Records.
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