UK home-grown black disco band from the 1970's. Dabbled in disco / funk / reggae in the mid to late 1970's - and became very popular in the UK. Biggest hit was "Disco music (I like it)" (it was also the first 12" single on the Magnet label).
The band was discovered at the time on a British TV band contest called "New Faces", which the band won the show. They where then picked up by Pete Waterman, and signed to Magnet Records UK, now at EMI, and released 4 albums and quite a few singles worldwide. They toured the world, and became very succesful in Europe as well as the UK.
Listen for our Parliament-styled p-funk tracks; along "Life is a fight", their version of Fatback's "Street dance", and "Get up".
J.A.L.N. stands for "Just another lonely night".
Disco music (I like it) / (same) (Magnet 12" [UK] MAG 73, 1976)
I got to sing / Say say say (Magnet 12" [UK] 12 MAG 97, 1977)
Get up / Got things to do (Magnet 12" [UK] 12 MAG 118, 1978)
Universal love (Magnet 12" [UK] 12 MAG 131, 1978)
Movin' city high / Mockin' bird hill (Magnet 12" [UK] 12 MAG 137, 1978)
Life is a fight (Magnet LP [UK], 1976)
Movin' City High (Magnet LP [UK], 1977)
Street dance (Magnet 7" [UK], 1975)
Life is a fight (Magnet 7" [UK], 1976)