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Friday, August 12, 2011

J. C. Cunningham

John Collins Cunningham, *13-11-1950 Brownsville, TX
By Praguefrank

ca January 1980 unknown – J. C. Cunnigham (Bean Bone Production)
001 38696 THE PYRAMID SONG Scotti Bros SB 601
002 I'M A LOVER NOT A FIGHTER Scotti Bros SB 601
ca December 1983 Hollywood, CA – J. C. Cunnigham (Producer: Snuff Garrett, Steve Dorff)
003 BCA2822 LIGHT UP Viva 7-29311/1-25173
004 THE GREAT LOVE Viva 7-29311/1-25173
ca February 1984 Hollywood, CA - J. C. Cunnigham (Producer: Snuff Garrett, Steve Dorff)
005 CCA2973 SETTIN' THE NIGHT ON FIRE 7-29108/1-25173
006 YOU BETTER RUN TO HIM 7-29108/1-25173
007 CCA2975 HEAVEN AIN'T WHAT IT USED TO BE 7-29220/1-25173
008 CCA2976 LOVE WAS MADE TO BE MADE 7-29168/1-25173
009 BODY TALK 7-29220/1-25173
010 IF IT HADN'T BEEN FOR PLANES 7-29168/1-25173

Viva 1-25173 J.C. Cunningham
: Light Up; Mama And Daddy Still Waltz; Heaven Ain't What It Used To Be; Love Was Made To Be Made; Settin' The Night On Fire; Body Talk; Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile; You Better Run To Him; If It Hadn't Been For Planes; The Greatest Love – 01-10-84

Scotti Brothers (1980)
SB-601 The Pyramid Song / I'm A Lover Not A Fighter – 10-06-80 (UK issue on 11559)
Warner – Viva (1984)
7-29311 Light Up / The Great Love – 09-03-84
7-29220 Body Talk / Heaven Ain't What It Used To Be – 13-07-84
7-29168 If It Hadn't Been For Planes / Love Was Made To Be Made – 07-09-84
7-29108 Settin' The Night On Fire / You Better Run To Him - 01-85


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  3. JC Cunningham was born in 45 NOT 50
    He passed away in 2020
    (source sister in law/neighbor)



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