Wild Blue - No More Jinx (1986) [2009, Reissue]
Pop/Rock, AOR, Female Vocal | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPEG) | 36:22 Min | 285,24 Mb
Label: Chrysalis Records/Renaissance Records (USA) | Cat.# RMED-184 | Released: 2009-07-14
Wild Blue grew out of a Chicago group called Jinx that toiled in the local club scene beginning in the late 1970's. The core members of this band were Joe Zanona (keyboards), Terry Curtin (bass guitar), and Frank Barbalace (guitars). They had been looking for a female vocalist, and they found one in Renee Varo; Mike Neff was also added as the drummer. A few years later though, they got a dreaded call: There was a cabaret singer from California who had been using the name Jinx for some 15 years. They tried to work out a deal with her, but to no avail, so they started calling themselves Wild Blue. Thus, the name of their first LP, No More Jinx is basically an inside joke.