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Judy Cheeks


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Judy Cheeks is a female dance music singer born in Miami, Florida and is the daughter of gospel singer and preacher Rev. Julius Cheeks. In 1978 she hit #10 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart with “Mellow Lovin’,” and then had a career resurgence in the nineties, when she re-emerged with a string of dance chart hits, including two #1s in 1995: “Respect” and “As Long As You’re Good To Me” as well as “Reach”, which appeared on the “Summer Hitmix ‘94” CD released by ZYX records.

1978 album “Mellow Lovin’” was produced by Anthony Monn (of gay icon Amanda Lear fame) in Giorgio Moroder’s legendary Musicland Studios in Munich. Cheeks also appears as a backing vocalist on Lear’s 1979 album Never Trust A Pretty Face and on Boney M.’s Ten Thousand Lightyears and Kalimba de Luna - 16 Happy Songs as a member of vocal trio La Mama.

“Judy Cheeks” (1973)
“Mellow Lovin’” (1978)
“No Outsiders” (1988)
“Respect” (1996)

“Mellow Lovin’” (1978) US #65, US Dance #10
“I Still Love You” (1988) UK #98
“So In Love (The Real Deal)” (1993) UK #27
“Reach” (1994) UK #17
“Take Time/Respect” (1995) UK #23, US Dance #1 (“Respect”)
“You’re The Story Of My Life/As Long As You’re Good To Me” (1995) UK #30, US Dance #1 (“As Long As You’re Good To Me”)
“Reach” (remix) (1996) UK #22


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