Pop/crossover artist Taja Sevelle gained a bit of attention with her first single, "Love Is Contagious," in 1987. The album of the same name was produced by the Artist Formerly Known as Prince on his Paisley Park label. Sevelle, with her light, high-pitched vocals displayed her ability to sing R&B-influenced tracks just as well as rock-oriented ones. In 1991, she released Fountains Free (Reprise), which contained songs by such noted songwriters as Carol Bayer Sager and Burt Bacharach. In the fall of 1997 she released her third album, Toys of Vanity (Sony 550 Music).
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